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Posted by Paul Rest o on September 18, 1998 04:35:30 UTC

: And let's not forget Planck space. Max Planck said that there is a smallest possible amount of space, 10: to the power of -43 meters if I recall recorrectly. Very small yes, but it can be considered the smallest: length that can be desribed meaningfully, sort of the quantum fondation of reality.: -Paul

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