ive been reading about people thinking sub planck scale spacetime is "non commutative". i have a vague idea of non commutative geometry mathematically, but there's no "space" in non commutative geometry so how can SPACEtime be a non commutative ring?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i thought non commutative geometry was just a mathematical generalization of normal (commutative) algebraic geometry. im not a physics students so im not in a position to judge, but i find many things in math applied to physics with absolutely NO physical manifestation/interpretation

sorry if this sounds stupid

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# Non commutative geometry

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