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Re: Planck Length?

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Posted by Paul Rest/">Paul Rest on August 19, 1998 00:09:22 UTC

Planck length is the smallest meaningful length possible (as far as we know). The length of Planck length is 10 to the power of -35 meters and planck time is 10 to the power of -43 seconds. Hope this helps.

-Paul

: : what is this planck length you speak of?

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