(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); PhilthyPhil said:The question I am trying to answer is:

'Explain why you would expect the Plank length to depend on the three fundamental constants G, c and h, ie assume that there is some function with f(lp,G,c,h)=0'

So..., what is the answer?

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# Planck Length Question

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