Let me make sure we're on the same page here. Xeno's paradox says that you can never reach a point because in order to reach it you would first have to cross an infinite number of discrete intervals, right? I don't see the paradox. Xeno is simply wrong. There is only a paradox if you believe that logic dictates it will take an infinite amount of time to pass through an infinite number of discrete intervals. In fact, this is faulty logic. There is no disconnect between logic and the real world here.