So, I would like to start off by saying I know how time works and accept it for what it is, but have a curious question about it. So we all know that 60 seconds make a minute, but how can we tell when exactly a second passed? Let me explain ( this is all hypothetically of course): We can break the second down into milliseconds and all that, but when looking at going from zero to 1 second from example: 0s------>1s Doesn't time have to move through an infinite amount of numbers to get to one second? Like it has to go through 0.2s, 0.5s, 0.9s, 0.99s, 0.999999s, 0.99e900s, etc. Since it isn't possible to go through an infinite amount of numbers, wouldn't it make sense that we could never get to one second and thus time being non-existant? Again I know how time works in all, but this always made me curious.