It is impossible to cover the space in a trajectory continues: A furniture, when having covered supposedly the space of a position to the other in a trajectory continues and when reaching any distance of the initial position, would have that to have varied infinitely of position, therefore as in elapsing of the presumption movement all the busy positions for the furniture would have certain distance of the previously busy positions for it, no busy position for it could be immediate to the other, but between all they would have that to have had position you would intermediate of form that enters any busy positions for it would have had an infinite intermediate series (practical example: before arriving at one second position the furniture she would have that to have passed for the half of the trajectory and before arriving at the half of the trajectory she would have that to have thus passed for one room of the trajectory and infinitely). Therefore to cover the space in a trajectory she continues would be necessary that the furniture arrived at the end of infinite positions. What it is impossible, therefore the infinite does not have end. It is impossible to move of position in the space: As it is not possible to cover the space in a trajectory continues, so that a furniture could move of position in the space would be necessary that it left to exist in its position and later it started to exist in another one, but this would mean to say that the furniture leaves to exist for some time returning later a existence. What it is impossible, therefore as it does not have possibilities in the nothing is not possible to resurge of it. Comment: if something occurs is because it is possible, then if something appears of the nothing to appear of the nothing is possible and if to appear of the nothing is possible then has possibilities in the nothing and if it has possibilities in the nothing in the nothing has some thing.. Andi Potamkin, New York City may find this interesting as well.