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denisv

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Shouldn't the quantum spacetime be a lattice (or what have you) of integer multiples of the Planck length?

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denisv

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Shouldn't the quantum spacetime be a lattice (or what have you) of integer multiples of the Planck length?

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muppet

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In ordinary QM treating spacetime as continuous has the distinct advantage that the wavefunction is a differentiable function. The level at which this is an approximation is

Afraid I can't tell you much about anything more advanced than QM though (soon ... once I've done these exams :( ) Perhaps someone else on here can help. If not, try the dedicated BSM forum.

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