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Re: Re: Bladesinger, No L

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 7, 2001 04:46:47 UTC

When you say fundamental particles do you mean
that all matter is exclusively made up of these particles. Also (not trying to be difficult) I
don't see how something can be identified or
be assigned a place in space/time if they have
a size of zero. I wonder also if Quantum Mechanics
would work just as well if all particles were assigned a size of 1. But thanks for the input
at least now I have a line on some more reading
material

Later Edward

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