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So I am a little confused on the Planck scale. Correct me if I'm wrong (I hope this doesn't sound idiotic) but I believe that any field on a classical scale should be able to be quantized and work on a quantum scale/Planck scale, where the Planck length and the Planck time are the fundamental units of space/time that interactions in the quantum field can be observed. Is this correct? I know it's more complicated, but do I have the basics of it down?

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