I am wondering about the smallest bits of space time possible(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

and my musings lead me to the smallest quantum of energy.

Then I have a mental picture of the 'smallest' wave packet

possible as the building block of everthing else.

For example, is the 'smallest' photon possible a

1 Hz photon? - (near absolute zero K?)

- then E = h*1 etc? Then I can start applying

Schrodinger and/or matrix math to find out more?

Or am I on the wrong track here?

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# What is the smallest Quantum of Energy?

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