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Started by AstroMart, 04/07/2018 03:51PM

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Posted 12/06/2010 06:07PM #10
No, it is simply the smallest measurable size, according to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principal.

"Though parted by a gulf more impassable than any sea, the telescope lets us traverse what otherwise had been barred and lands us at last above the shores we went forth to seek. Real the journey is, though incorporeal in kind. Since the seeing strange sights is the essence of all far wanderings, it is as truly tavel so the eye arrive as if the body kept it company." Pervcival Lowell
Posted 12/06/2010 06:08PM #11
If you know how big the whole of the Universe is, I'll take it into consideration. wink

"Though parted by a gulf more impassable than any sea, the telescope lets us traverse what otherwise had been barred and lands us at last above the shores we went forth to seek. Real the journey is, though incorporeal in kind. Since the seeing strange sights is the essence of all far wanderings, it is as truly tavel so the eye arrive as if the body kept it company." Pervcival Lowell
Posted 12/06/2010 08:26PM #12
Posted 12/07/2010 07:04AM #13
Thanks. Then, if the question pertains to the known and measurable then your solution is logical. But in a gant chart of objective reality, my perceptions and measurable boundaries I can only say I am neither at the top nor the bottom.

"I know engineers. They love to change things."

- Leonard McCoy (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Posted 12/07/2010 07:07AM #14
Is the universe base10?

"I know engineers. They love to change things."

- Leonard McCoy (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Posted 12/07/2010 07:20AM | Edited 12/07/2010 07:21AM #15
Richard Dawkins mentioned the "middle-world" where we live in this TED speech
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6308228560462155344#

Actually this is a "must watch" video for this discussion.
Posted 12/07/2010 07:22AM #16
Nice addition.

"I know engineers. They love to change things."

- Leonard McCoy (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Posted 12/07/2010 07:50AM #17
Nice link, TED talks almost always distract me from the mundane grind.

"I know engineers. They love to change things."

- Leonard McCoy (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)