On 24 Apr., 13:49, WM <mueck...@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote: > On 24 Apr., 08:20, netzweltler > > > If it is Planck length what is meant by shortest possible wavelength > > No. Planck mass, for instance, is certainly not the smallest possible > mass: 10^-8 kg. > > > Wikipedia says "... it would become impossible to determine the > > difference between two locations less than one Planck length apart."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planck_length > > It doesn't read like there is no difference, it just cannot be > > determined. > > How should there be a difference if it cannot be determined, even in > priciple by reality itself? > > Regards, WM
What does "no difference" mean in this case? 0? Or an undefined difference between 0 and Planck length?