Limit for possible quantization of time.

A trio of theoretical physicists at the Pennsylvania State University has calculated the upper limit for the possible quantization of time /…/ and suggest a possible way to prove it. /…/ General theory of relativity suggests that time is a continuous quantity, one that can move slower or faster depending on acceleration and gravity conditions. But quantum mechanics theories suggest that time ticks away at a steady pace, like the frames of a movie being played out. In this scenario, time must be universal. For both theories to be right, this contradiction must be explained in a rational way. Some theorists have suggested that one possible explanation for the apparent discrepancy is that time can be quantized as spacetime, similar to theories describing quantum gravity. /…/

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my comment:
interesting, but before it will be proven i stick to my own opinion about time — read the related articles..