On 9/3/2012 9:00 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
Even if there were evidence of quantized space, it could not be distinguished from
evidence of quantized synchronization of detection.
All theories of discrete space proposed so far predict that there will be a slight
dependence of the speed of photons on their frequency. Over cosmic distances this implies
that photons from a supernova will arrive here at different times depending on their
frequency. Since this would be *non-synchronized* detection I expect it is easily
distinguished from whatever is meant by "quantized synchronization of detection".
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