Short distance singularities

by mateomy
Tags: distance, singularities
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Jun19-12, 10:06 PM
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I'm reading some random articles on the super symmetry and related topics. I haven't taken my QM course yet at school so I'm lost as to what this means. Can someone explain it to me or at least direct me to some links? The way I'm seeing it is instant action at a distance for short scales. Is this right?
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