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[tex]\gamma (E_1) \rightarrow e^+ + e^- \; \; \; E_1 = 2 m_e c^2[/tex]

[tex]\gamma (E_2) \rightarrow p^+ + p^- \; \; \; E_2 = 2 m_p c^2[/tex]

[tex]\gamma_p (E_3) \rightarrow m_p^+ + m_p^- \; \; \; E_3 = 2 c^2 \sqrt{\frac{\hbar c}{G}}[/tex]

[tex]E_n[/tex] - photon energy

[tex]\gamma_p[/tex] - Planck Photon

[tex]m_p^+[/tex] - Planck mass (matter)

[tex]m_p^-[/tex] - Planck mass (anti-matter)

Given that reaction 1 and 2 are possible when energically feasable, is reaction 3 possible if energically feasable?

Can a 'Planck Photon' exist at the dual Planck Energy threshold?

If possible, what type of unifying principle would such a reaction represent?

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