Planck length

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Max Planck discovered, as already mentioned by the black body radiation, that energy comes not as a real number, but as a natural number, ie, as multiples of a basic unit. The elementary length is: l (p) = 1.616252 · 10 ^ -35 m. All common lengths, paths, distances, etc. .. are always a multiple of this basic unit.

Conclusion from the previous theory

In my theory, the Planck length is taken as the equivalent of a photon, as well as the Planck time and elementary mass. This is the context that shows the world formula. Photon is meant here a little bit more abstract, as a particle and quantum, which moves with the speed of light, the highest velocity, not necessarily just the light itself. What can we say now about the structure of the space in the smallest? In any case, there is a natural limit beneath that no space in our sense occurs. However, one must remember the division by zero. Namely that it's probably between the elementary length and actual zero element are still many areas that are a natural multiple of zero, but does not correspond to the actual room. But this is real space. It also can be derived from the equivalence of space and time that the relative velocity of all photons at the micro level must always c. So we come closer to the structure of space. If the room is two dimensional, this results in a structure of equilateral triangles, which relates to the paths of the photons and thus the nature of the room. This is the only way to ensure that all photons move relative to the speed of light c. In a three-dimensional sphere, it would always triangles with the angle sum of 270 degrees. The reason is that the conditions on the curved, non-Euclidean spherical the angle sums differs from normal.

Theory of relativity, quantum theory and space

According to the quantum theory, there is a minimum length, the Planck length. But is this changing in the course of the relativity theory, that means I look at a Planck length from awy of 1m, it is then smaller? Probably it is, but regarded with zero distance, this length is always the same. However, there is in my opinion, below the Planck length the zero length. This touches the issue of whether zero is a natural number, which I will say in my essay on Heisenberg's uncertainty principle a bit. This means that spaces overlap. According to Einstein, the curvature of space can be compressed and stretched. For larger masses of the elementary mass, the rooms are but one above the other. This is reflected in rotation speed. During rotation might be thought as this can only be described using angles, but ultimately you can also describe points in space that are consistent laid on another. This also explains the equivalence of space and time. When rotation is just as much space as needed during locomotion with the difference that spaces are occupied at one point, superimposed over one another.