Bent, Stathis,

Suppose that space is discrete. It has some elementary unit. Let's call it
SU.
Suppose there are 3 of these units out there in a right triangular fashion(
L shape)
Then what is the distance between two distant angles? is it made up of some
integer numbers of space unit? Pythagoras' theorem says no. You might say we
can not measure such distance because when we're talking about elements of
space there should be nothing smaller than it... So what is that distance?
How you gonna make a discrete space when it's intuitively continuous.

Mohsen Ravanbakhsh.

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