About 5 years ago, I started to think about if time were to stop. I reasoned that you would be immobile because air cannot move out of the way. Wiggling what you can move, the air would feel pretty bumpy and full of gaps. If you could move around, you would suffocate to death because again, the air is not flowing.
Assumptions to make: You and your bodily functions continue to work if time stops. When referring to "stopping time," we understand everything except you is unable to move, even if time does not exist
Conclusion: If a person were to stop time and try to maneuver around, it would be troublesome.
Does my conclusion make sense and how can we overcome the problems?