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Due to the domination of the British Empire over the whole world for more than three centuries, earned the English language, the privilege of being an international language and the most-spoken language in the whole world regardless of the native speakers in whole. By chance, it also became a subject of interest for me. As the years passed by, and I experienced the wonders of Physics; my mind changed. I then began to find my interest in the subject of Physics and it grew at its most when I came to know about the black holes, string theory, etc. Afterward, I came to know that Mathematics is the language of Physics and it is a matter of fact that Mathematics was the holiest worldly subject for me before Physics therefore it caused me no harm accepting the fact that ‘Mathematics is the language of Physics or nature’. My fields of interest are Physics, Mathematics and the English language and also Arabic. I see my future in becoming a physicist INSHALLAH (GOD WILLING). I’m a Muslim free from any kind of denominationalism, and do not believe in what the today’s so-called Muslims believe in. My religion is free from flaws and polytheism. It’s peaceful and it gives the message of peace.

"A follower doesn’t necessarily express a religion. A religion is self-expressed by its contents."


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comment Spacetime Diagrams
I mean why we call the worldline of $\mathcal{O'}$ the time axis of $\mathcal{O'}$?
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
Please see this: math.stackexchange.com/questions/21199/is-dy-dx-not-a-ratio.
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
So, velocity has nothing to do with the question if the object is in motion at some instant or not. Right?
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
But in classical mechanics, velocity and position are completely deterministic, aren't they?
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
@KvdLingen Isn't the velocity that we derive from the blurry image the average velocity?
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
I, now, think that it is not a physicist's job or of a student studying physics to indulge in such kind of philosophical arguments. All we can believe in is the language of mathematics as it has proved to be fruitful. As far as the question of the motion of the arrow at an instant is concerned, I do not know how to imagine it. However, the arrow has a precise location at every instant given by the function $x(t),$ and some definite velocity as calculus tells us. But, it is very difficult for me to say anything about the arrow's motion, as we perceive it in an interval of time, at an instant.
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
@dmckee I'm sorry, but can you tell me what the words 'discrete' and 'continuous' mean in their mathematical sense?
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comment Zeno’s Paradox of the Arrow
Do you mean that there is no such instant as $t$ in time?