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If the gravitational constant had a different value, say a lower value than the present value, and since the gravitational constant is a part of Planck dimensions, such as Planck mass, Planck length, etc., how would quantum and classical processes be affected? Are there problems which use the Planck dimension, such as Planck mass, which would be better served if the gravitational constant had a different value?