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Re: Smallest Particle In Our Universe!!

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Posted by Robert Barbrow/">Robert Barbrow on August 6, 1998 14:17:28 UTC

i have no idea what that Planck-Wheeler length is

but im going to give you my two cents anyway as is my right

heres my therory:

lets say that the entire univese consits of your house and this particle.

okay somthing happens and the particle is floating around you computer. and then it is ripped out of 4d space( hight length depth and time) and ends up by the far reaches of you bathroom yesterday. why stop there would it not be ripped out of 4-D space yet again this time in you familyroom on the 6th see what my point is , is that unless the pariticle has grown which i dont think would happen i think that it would ocuppy every point and every time in you house( the universe) and there fore once it gets to small it is riped out of 4-D space and pushed into 5-D space where it ocupies all know space and time but then again i dont know anything about it so it just my theroy

that reminds me when you read this post a explantion of what the Planck-Wheeler length of 1.6210-33 cm is so i can see how well i screwed up

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