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Posted by Kerry A. Murphy on February 20, 2000 03:46:39 UTC

(hbarG/c3)1/2 = 1.616x10-35m

I have read a lot books and articles that speak of the Planck length and what it signifies, but I have never seen an explanation of why those basic constants of natural science are associated in that specific way. How did this derivation come about and is there any way of putting how they are associated into words.

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