In the world of distance, is there such a thing as negative distance?
Let’s explore this idea and find out. Distance, as defined in the dictionary is “the measurable physical space between two objects.” This means that distance can be positive or negative and it depends on how you measure.
I’ll give an example. If we start at Point A which has a certain number of miles to get to Point B then there are more miles between Points A and C than from B to C because the difference is greater for the additional mile covered before reaching point C with respect to points A-B rather than just choosing one direction in order to find out if distance should be counted towards or away from either point so therefore, “negative” would not apply here but only when measuring back along a different path. In this scenario, what’s important is whether your