# Spacetime can be neither discrete nor continuous

@article{Corda2018SpacetimeCB, title={Spacetime can be neither discrete nor continuous}, author={Christian Corda}, journal={Modern Physics Letters A}, year={2018}, volume={33}, pages={1850069} }

We show that our recent Bohr-like approach to black hole (BH) quantum physics implies that spacetime quantization could be energy-dependent. Thus, in a certain sense, spacetime can be neither discr...

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