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Re: Further REanswers To The Big Question

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Posted by Dave/">Dave on March 24, 1999 01:05:13 UTC

: theoretically, there shoudl never be a "smallest measure" of time, should there? but along these lines, the "smallest" i know is a picosecond

Just because I like to argue, I will agree with James that there is no SMALLEST measure of time and I'll toss out the next prefix jus for fun : the femtosecond. Femto is a common prefix in respect to farad values of capacitance as in femtofarads and as a time measurement in SUB-picosecond X-Ray pulsers.


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