If we set c=G=1, then c=1 leads to [itex]L=1/T [/itex], the [itex]G=1[/itex] means that [itex] M=L^3/T^2[/itex] and combining the two means that [itex] M=L=1/T [/itex] so far so good. But say if I also want [itex] \hbar=1 [/itex] this seems to imply [itex] M=T/L^2 [/itex] but combining this with [itex]c=1 [/itex] which gave the [itex]L=1/T[/itex] now suggests that [itex] M=1/L=T [/itex]. Which seems inconsistent, what am I missing here?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Natural unit confusion

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