Zeno's paradox becomes all the more perplexing in the world of Perl. The infinite number of infinitesimally small distances converges to 1. (I used the ratio test to figure that out. I couldn't use the root test too effectively since there weren't any exponents involved.) So I voted for that, and so far I'm with the majority.
A quantum leap makes some sense, but I don't know the wavefunction of Perl, let alone its Hamiltonian. The product of the position and momentum changes when I click on this site happens to be MUCH larger than h-bar.
Maybe Perl exists in infinite-dimensional Hilbert space... I'd add something about that to our voting options. Or better yet, the shortest distance might only be found by using the Kronecker delta.
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