Hello, I was just reading upon plank's constant and it was theoretically the 'smallest measurement' possible.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Does that mean that space itself follows this rule?

For example, you can't have an atom 'between' a plank distance..(like a grid where you can only have positions in the intersections of those lines)

So the smallest distance an object can you is a plank a time?

I'm just not sure if I have the right notion of plank length..

Thanks!

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# Plank's Constant/Length

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