I'm not sure why you think
Zenos paradox seems valid but is obviously wrong
Aristotles account of the paradox, is the first sustained thinking on this paradox that has come down to us and still bears thinking on, even today. He reports that the usual answer, which everyone knows, but no-one appears to think that Aristotle knew and understood it, is as he said 'adequate'. But its not the full story.
Aristotle suggested that the problem lay in how we thought of reality and space; the former, in his ontology, was through through actuality and potentiality; and the latter, in his notion of place. (He asked, for example, does place itself have a place?!)
When we consider, than in modern physics, that even the notion of a particle loses its primacy (for example in relativistic quantum mechanics we discover a single particle theory is simply not viable. Instead, one has a many particle theory) and that, again, in the quantum notion of space, the notion of a point place also loses it primacy; we see just how astute the early thinkers on space and time were (much more so, than certain modern, cheap and shoddy thinkers)...