This question isn't the same as this
I don't want a mathematical proof or something of the sort. I want a verbal explanation that intuitively will convince me why this is true.
The way I see it, when you plot a continuous function like say the weight of all the people in the world. This will be continuous, right? Now for any given weight w, there will have to be some number of people who have that particular weight right? So why will the probability of someone having that weight w be zero?