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Posted 03 March 2012 - 11:16 AM

<strong class='bbc'>Image credit: NASA/ESA/ESO</strong>
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Jay Alfred: All elements, including spacetime, appear to be discrete and bounded by the Planck scale. As we get closer to reality’s ‘screen’ the image becomes pixelated — each pixel no larger than the Planck scale of 10^33 cm. It’s as if reality is being projected from a cosmic LCD projector. We see galaxies, stars, planets, plants, animals and ourselves on the universal screen. Is the Planck scale the ‘resolution’ of this cosmic projector? Are multiple universes projected on multiple screens in a kind of multi-level Cineplex to generate the multiverse?

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