Time and time again I always hear people say that Planck Lengths are the smallest units of meaningful distance.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But I don't think this implies nothing can be smaller than this or that spacetime is discrete, correct? It just means talking about anything smaller than this would be like talking about, say, half-pixels. It's meaningless, but it doesn't prevent some deeper framework from existing.

Would this be a correct way to phrase it?

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# Can someone clear up the implications of Planck units once and for all?

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