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Posted by nåte on October 2, 1998 06:21:54 UTC

anyone ever wonder if time can be broken down to a finite level? Like maybe the time it takes an electron to jump from one level to another? is this instananeous, or a small measure of finite time? or maybe some sub- atomic level change that is a constant just as the velocity of light is a constant?

i think too much...goodnight...

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