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Posted by James/">James on October 20, 1998 23:11:31 UTC

The mininum distance is a time relative issue relative to speed.. The smallest unit of measure I know is a micron as the smallest unit of energy is a light quantum the smallest unit of time is a nanosecond but back to your question the point of 0 (zero) distiance is relative to time zero distiance occures at zero time.. In three diminatule realities such as our's there is time or the forth diminsion wich is the limiting factor..

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