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i think our experience of time *seems* continuous (not discrete intervals or skips)
but the theory is that it ,in fact, does occur in discontinuous skips ( a Planck-length of time )

So the "invention" of that length, according to the smallest distance we can currently count on, is not only just a measurement, but describes an actual aspect of time? and how it works?



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