So in this post I will first explain what Zeno paradox is, have some fun whit it and then present an argument that I think make Zeno paradox wrong. Of course I will probably be wrong and I would like to be disproven.

What is Zeno paradox? Imagine you want to cross a room. To do so you need to croos half of it. Then the half of what remain, and the half of what remain and so following this logic you could never cross the room but we do it every day !

What following isn't really Zeno paradox but just bear whit me.

Let's apply this to time for fun. Since you can alway make a ''laps'' of time smaller. Second, milisecond, nanosecond. Alway up to infinity. So in the end you have and infinitly small amount of time. We will call it NOP. But becaus NOP is infinitly small you need and infinity of them for any time to pass but sice you can never reach infinity no time should ever pass

Multiverse

The ultimate multiverse theory say that for evey decision job taken, youtube comment written, every chemical reaction, every possibilities, there is a new universe that creat itslef where it did not happen. So if we apply the NOP to this here is what happens: For evey NOP whee you don't stand up and shout ''I love Iamnoone !'' there is new universe that creat. But since NOP is infinitly small what would happen is that in literally not time there wouold be an infinity of other universe.

0

But the problem whit Zeno paradox is that you alway end up whit infinitly small whch is equal to 0. Not very close, equal. So the 0 make the room crossing possible, the time to pass possible and the not an infinity of universe (following the ultimate universe theory) possible and the zeno paradox wrong.

So ?

Zeno's paradox only exists because mathematics struggles to define infinity in a definite way.

Math, at it's fundamental, is a process. Numbers do not make up math. Operations on numbers make up math. A number is defined by operations that create it. Eventually all rational numbers can be traced as a very long series of operations performed on 1.

Irrational numbers and infinities are described by operations that

continue indefinitely. In the case of irrational numbers (or any valid limit in calculus), we can specify properties of such perpetual operations with respect to ones that do terminate. Metaphorically, we "trap" this process that never stops moving between ones that do stop moving. Infinities are operations that cannot be "trapped" in such a way.In the case of Zeno's paradox, you can trap the infinity in space, but not the infinity in time. In space, you can say for sure that over time you will approach the opposite side of the room and you will never get past the other side of the room. You are constantly going towards it, and you are doing so in a way that any point closer can be reached and no point beyond it can be reached.

The infinity in time cannot be trapped, because there is no time beyond which you can move no more. There is always more room to move so there is always more time to spend. What happens in reality is you will essentially be standing still, but theoretically you would still be moving. Time passes regardless.

IMO, multiverses are the result of physicists getting too carried away with math. At a quantum level, everything is explained in terms of probabilities, and every possible outcome must be accounted for. Because reality can only accommodate one, the only way to make the math still seem intuitive is to say there are other "hidden" realities.