Apologies if this question has been asked already. I've been given resources to help me understand, but it's been hard for me to wrap my head around the answer and, for that matter, it is difficult to understand a text when you have to look up every other word (an exaggeration, but you know ... ). I've been taught that General Relativity says that the universe is continuous. How is that so if the universe is made up of matter, which is discrete?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# B Is the Universe discrete or continuous?

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