In his 2001 Three Roads to Quantum Gravity, on its p.l66, Smolin says, "M theory, if it exists, cannot describe a world in which space is continuous and one can pack an infinite amount of information into any volume, no matter how small." As a lay person, I'm hoping to get an informed opinion as to whether that is still considered to be the invariable case, either in M theory or in any other extension of string theory that may controvert it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Do M or string theory imply a lower limit to size?

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