Anyways, is there an actual limit on how small something could actually be? The smallest that we know of right now are called Quarks, and that is subatomic. With the way our universe is, could size be infinite on scale of big or small?
And, on the other side, we have a limitation on what we can see. When something becomes too small we can longer observe it with our eyes. Could the converse be true (objects too big that we cannot process them)?
Edit: observer effect has nothing to do with the second question of observing small or large objects. Making this clear.
Edited by q64ceo, 17 February 2013 - 08:21 AM.