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... Touch two of your fingers together. No matter how slow you do it, they still meet. However if you keep "zooming in" on the space between your fingers, the distance between them will get bigger. In theory you could just "zoom in" forever, meaning the distance between your two fingers would be infinite, so the question is: how do your two fingers ever meet? My solution to this is that there is in fact not infinite space between objects, but rather all matter in our universe is arranged in a tiny, smaller than sub-atomic grid, just like objects in a video game is arranged in a grid. This means that when two objects are about to touch, at a tiny, unremarkable scale, they snap into place, eliminating the need to travel an infinite distance. What do people think of this idea?