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the length of a string is infinite. Why?

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  1. estudier
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    10 to minus 33 centimeters

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  2. rvgupta
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    sure

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  3. sauravshakya
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    Was that question from physics?

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  4. rvgupta
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    it can be

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    Another riddle...

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    noted...

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  7. Miyuru
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    Less than 2^32

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  8. rvgupta
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    it isnt a riddle, but a mind que.

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    6 ?

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  10. estudier
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    len(string) = 6, lol

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  11. rvgupta
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    |dw:1349613256873:dw|

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  12. rvgupta
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    i think it can help u

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  13. estudier
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    That was my first answer (assuming strings exist)

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  14. rvgupta
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    if u know then to measure the length of a string a blackhole is required

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    Refernce?

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    Reference*

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  17. rvgupta
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    ok what is time in the whle universe is the length of string

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  18. estudier
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    I don't even know what "measure" means at that scale....

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  19. estudier
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    I'm not that clear on "time" either (at any scale)

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    in that scale we r going at the level of quantum mechanics

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    ans: infinite. how?

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