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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The top speed of information is c.

1. Then is it correct to say that theoretically there cannot be any simultaneous happenings in the universe (like theories depend on causality)?

2. Is it then correct to deduce that only one particle in the universe is at changing state at a given time (Planck time?)?

3. So - theoretically - no single particle can even move and rotate simultaneously... ?

4. Or can not move "along more than one axis" at a time (Planck time?)... ?

5. Again I'm confused... :D ?

1. Then is it correct to say that theoretically there cannot be any simultaneous happenings in the universe (like theories depend on causality)?

2. Is it then correct to deduce that only one particle in the universe is at changing state at a given time (Planck time?)?

3. So - theoretically - no single particle can even move and rotate simultaneously... ?

4. Or can not move "along more than one axis" at a time (Planck time?)... ?

5. Again I'm confused... :D ?