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Has Time in the Universe been found to be Discrete or Continuous? [duplicate]

I have a question, has the Universe been found to come in Discrete Quantum, like Quantum Physics or is it Continuous in Nature? I was wondering if time was like a Continuum, like the fluid in a soft ...
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Can there be true instantaneous/stepped acceleration? [duplicate]

The time derivative of acceleration (m/s²) is jerk (m/s³). I know that when you push on an object, there cannot be true instantaneous acceleration, which leads to infinite jerk, because the object ...
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Does the Planck length imply that the smallest different between any two wavelengths must also have a limit?

I was looking at a video called How Hot Can It Get, and at 7:08, the host Michael states that if an object were to reach a temperature of $1.41 \times 10^{32}$ K (planck temperature), the ...
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Is the “game of physics” which would use energytesimal (like Planck's quantities) rules to create all physics, time and space etc known? [closed]

Game of Life creates "life" using simple rules. Does something like "game of physics" exist and is it known?
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Minimum amount of space [duplicate]

I always believed that there were no limits in the world and then I learned that a minimum temperature exists, and maybe a maximum speed. And now I am wondering about the boundaries of the world. Is ...
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Can a region of space-time be viewed as a particle with properties of it's own? [duplicate]

Can a piece of space-time having 3 spacial dimensions and 1 dimension of time be viewed as a particle? Could this piece of space-time have properties of its own (mass, spin, charge) independent of ...

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