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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 26, 2004 08:50:04 UTC

In the observable universe we see space is always continous.Isn't that a prove that we could think of space as continous absolutely.And if it is not then how could it end???
And why don't you answer my question:If space is made by discrete units then why is there a discrete unit of space after each discrete unit of space????????

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