I'm only 16 but am attending college and I want to be a great physicist one day. I would like to learn as much as possible through this forum and throw some ideas out there and see whether they're stupid or not. Ok, here it goes: Since time can be measured in milliseconds, microseconds, nanoseconds, picoseconds, femtoseconds, attoseconds, zeptoseconds, yoctoseconds, etc., it is assumed that we can reach an infinite number of smaller units for time. Infinitessimal amounts of time, even. My idea is that no two things can happen at the exact same time. The chances of it happening are 1/[tex]\infty[/tex]. In Calculus 1/[tex]\infty[/tex] is equivalent to zero. So, essentially, there is zero chance of two things happening at the exact same time. Again, I know it's a little far-fetched. But aren't most theories? Also, I'm trying to put 1 over infinity in my previous statements but I haven't quite figured out these codes yet.