Authors: Stephen J. Crothers
The alleged existence of so-called Planck particles is examined. The various methods for deriving the properties of these "particles" are examined and it is shown that their existence as genuine physical particles is based on a number of conceptual flaws which serve to render the concept invalid.
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[v1] 14 Mar 2011
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