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Posted by Fred/">Fred on August 6, 1998 12:14:06 UTC

Can somebody tell me what happens to a particle if its dimensions can be shrunk down close to the Planck-Wheeler length of 1.6210-33 cm?

Will the space around it be so destorted that it will be ripped out of our 3 dimensional universe and end up somewhere else?

Any scientific or non-scientific ideas, theories, facts etc. on this topic will be hugely welcome.



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