Does this paper [https://arxiv.org/pdf/1505.06963.pdf] give sufficient reason to accept/believe that the infinities where we "find" singularities can never really happen because there is a minimum length scale that prevents it? Hoping that I have made at least a reasonable deduction from the article. I also sense that they may misuse the notion of quantum fluctuations (based on other threads herein); but reserve the right to be wrong on that too. Just interested in getting some opinions on this rather than starting a fight. Sometimes just asking a question in here leads to a scolding.