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## Main Question or Discussion Point

So, the three very small quantities:

Planck length

Planck mass

Planck time

Does the physical interpretation actually mean for example that when something moves, the smallest distance it can move is one Planck length, that there's no such thing as moving half a planck length?

And further that all other lengths, masses and times are just integer multiples of their associated Planck units?

Am I understanding this correctly?

And if that interpretation is correct, this is proven? (i.e. tried through rigorous and exhaustive experimentation)

Planck length

Planck mass

Planck time

Does the physical interpretation actually mean for example that when something moves, the smallest distance it can move is one Planck length, that there's no such thing as moving half a planck length?

And further that all other lengths, masses and times are just integer multiples of their associated Planck units?

Am I understanding this correctly?

And if that interpretation is correct, this is proven? (i.e. tried through rigorous and exhaustive experimentation)