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Hello, I'm new here, excuse my english...

Are there points in our space?

If there are not, as it seems obviously if space was (is) created since big-bang (can points be created?), the consecuences are strong.

For example, we deduce inmediately the uncertainty of positions --if there are not points, there are not (x,y,z)--, every function f(x,y,z) is aproximate, the space is not continuos, we are not in R^3 but in Q^n, etc...

What do you think?

Llorenç Balsach

http://www.webcom.com/musics/escrits.htm [Broken]

"The matter-energy is not inside a space-time, but the space-time is a manifestation of the matter-energy"

Are there points in our space?

If there are not, as it seems obviously if space was (is) created since big-bang (can points be created?), the consecuences are strong.

For example, we deduce inmediately the uncertainty of positions --if there are not points, there are not (x,y,z)--, every function f(x,y,z) is aproximate, the space is not continuos, we are not in R^3 but in Q^n, etc...

What do you think?

Llorenç Balsach

http://www.webcom.com/musics/escrits.htm [Broken]

"The matter-energy is not inside a space-time, but the space-time is a manifestation of the matter-energy"

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