Subject: Is there a unit of time that can't be any briefer?
Date: Tue Jan 21 19:05:42 1997
Posted by: Jonathan Powell
Grade level: grad
School/Organization: Columbia University (graudated)
City: New York State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
Message ID: 853895142.Ph
Is there a unit of time that can't be any briefer?
Does "time" have a unit that can't be any briefer? As an analogy,
just as in atoms, where there are protons, and quarks, and so forth,
but at some point we seek to find some "ultimate particle", does
"time" have some measured unit that, if it were made any smaller,
nothing at all would happen?
Re:Is there a unit of time that can't be any briefer?
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