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That means (force) can only happen in many small steps.

If the equivalence principle holds you may expect gravity to be continuous and not quatised.

Quote from: nilakThat means (force) can only happen in many small steps.It is true that angular momentum is quantized in quantum systems.However, I understand that linear velocity is not quantized (at least, at levels above the Plank scale). - This suggests to me that linear momentum is not quantized.QuoteIf the equivalence principle holds you may expect gravity to be continuous and not quatised.Einstein's relativity is not a quantum theory, in either velocity or gravitation.People hope that someday, they may be able to produce a quantized version of gravity (and maybe length).Zeno was way ahead of us!