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Planck Length Explained

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Planck Length Explained

PostMon Oct 09, 2017 2:20 am

Wade says, "...along with token Negro scientist, which Hollywood will not
let us do without! Excellent video, assuming you can see it."

Jamilul Huq, 2 weeks ago posted...

I have a question. Since you can't have anything smaller than the Planck
length, then the circumference of a circle will always be a discrete number
of Planck length as will be its diameter. If that is so, then Pi would most
definitely be a rational number. I wonder what Zeno would have thought about
time and length being finite?


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