Is the planck length distance considered far away from our level of existence ?

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  • 1 month ago

    Not sure what you're asking. A Planck length is so short that we have no way of actually observing anything that length. We can't even use very very ... very precise detection devices because any such devices that we have are not nearly precise enough.

    I once read that the distance between nuclei (e.g., protons and neutrons) for an atom was determined to be a Planck length. If I understand what you're asking, that's way way beyond our cognitive level of existence. There is no way we will ever be able to detect such a distance.

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