Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Zeno of Alea was a Greek philosopher around 400 BCE who created paradoxes including the race of Achilles and the tortoise that can never end and so it’s fitting he should have the last word.
Quotes by Zeno in Time One
If there are many things, it is necessary that they are just as many as they are, and neither more nor less than that. But if they are as many as they are, they will be limited. If there are many things, the things that are are unlimited; for there are always others between the things that are, and again others between those. And thus the things that are are unlimited.