Hi. I have been pondering on what movement is for a long time, and I think I have a theory (unprovable as of now). This is my theory.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1.Movement is tiny quantum jumps through space

2.movement is allowed my spacetime and energy

Listnen to these questions. What is the smallest amount of "matter". Back then when we knew nothing about the atom, some would either say "infinitely small" or "I don't know". Well, we now know there there is a limit, atoms and subatomic particles. Now let me ask this, what is the smallest movement? Is there a limit or can something move "infinity" small? I think that there is a limit, and if there was, than how would it move from one point in space to another with out crossing that gap? This is where my theory of "quantum jumps" come in. Can anybody enlighten me on this topic?

Thanks in advance

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# What is movement?

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