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## Main Question or Discussion Point

for each massive body is assigned a wave length by the De Broglie formula: lambda=h/mv

but, for example, a stone wich has a mass of 10 kg and wich is moving with a speed of 100 m/s, is assigned a wave length that goes beyond the Planck length that is the limit.

how is this possible?

thus, if i want to see the QM effects on it i would to observe it at a distance lower than the Planck length

and this is impossible.

but, for example, a stone wich has a mass of 10 kg and wich is moving with a speed of 100 m/s, is assigned a wave length that goes beyond the Planck length that is the limit.

how is this possible?

thus, if i want to see the QM effects on it i would to observe it at a distance lower than the Planck length

and this is impossible.