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If time is a real quantity and has fundamental units (quanta), shouldn't distance (a real quantity) also have quanta? (I know there are some quantum theories that model quantised distance.)

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Time is imaginary and so is distance (neither have any "real" value but have imaginary value).

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# Homework Help: Time and entropy

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