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Great question. Let me take a layman's stab at this...
I assume you're asking could two 1-Planck scale particles, and 2-Planck scale particles? However, isn't a Planck scale particle, by definition a theoretical particle thought to be a tiny black hole whose Compton wavelength is equal to its Schwarzschild radius?
So:No, total distance travelled, from rest, at a given acceleration of c^2/R
c^2t^2/2R= extra distance travelled due to acceleration?
(Where t is the age of the universe.)
Extra distance due to acceleration depends what you are comparing it to eg constant speed cts = at2/2, as we said earlier, so 13.8 x c4/2R2 billion light years.@alancalverd Alan, did you mean c2/2R x 13.82 billion light years.
Iím still not sure how Smolin derived c2/R as being the acceleration.