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>If we measure these things by Planck instants and Planck constants, then we
>are measuring them by multiples of the smallest distances and durations
>possible in the universe. Nothing arbitrary about that.
Using the instants and constants as a measuring device is what's arbitrary.
There are other tools we could use even though the results we get might be
different. Besides, how do you know there's nothing smaller? Maybe we just
haven't found it yet. ;-)>
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