here's the link http://www.newscientist.com/channel...100-atomic-jitters-hint-at-quantum-spume.html in a nut shell 1- pollen in water jiggles - other small particles also jitter in solution. 2- einstein explained this as brownian motion & atoms 3- einstien did not directly observe atoms, but inferred them from their actions on pollen 4- mass spectroscopy of different small particles (fullerens, cessium atoms) have blurring Charles Wang, of the University of Aberdeen, UK notes they are similar regardless of the kind of particle used. 5- one possible explanation is that these elementary particles are experiencing space-time jitters (others explanations ahve not been ruled out) 6- these would be quantum gravity analogue to brownian motion 7- the calculated scale by Charles Wang, of the University of Aberdeen, UK. and published is on the order of 10-25 8 string theory predicts similar effects on the scale of 10-18. string theory has been experimentally falsified if these results r reproducible. :rofl: & other alternative explanations have been ruled out.