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Thus the distance is uncertain by a Planck length.

What are "positive points"?What are "negative points"?

Why are there "negative points?" between "positive points"?

Why does "right" make sense in 3D (or rather 4D) space?

If "negative points" are between "positive points", why must zero (of -ve) be to the right of zero (of +ve)?

Why does measurement with "negative points" make shorter distances than with "positive points"?

Positive points are those points best described by positive integers, negative points are those best described by negative integers

Because one can choose one's x-axis pointing to the right.

zero for the negative points is slightly to the right of the zero of positive points

So that one can choose the origin of one's coordinate system anywhere.

Electrons age slower than protons, which is a big difference in charge not often mentioned.