i was going over my basic electronics from scratch, and i was going over ohms law. well i understand the simplicity behind the law and how voltage, current, and resistance are all related, but i started thinking about what if resistance was 0... so there would be no voltage or current right? well when i try to visualize this, 0 resistance would mean there is no resistance for the electrons to pass through. so how can there be no voltage or current? like if we took a copperwire and connected it from the + to the -, then it would be a short circuit. wouldnt there be a voltage and current still? even if for a brief period of time before something bad happens? maybe im thinking the wrong way? let me know! thank you