A few of the formulas that I have seen for calculating Planck's constant involve, amoung other things, dividing by the velocity of light. It appears as though the finiteness of the velocity of light and that Planck's constant is not zero are related. This would imply that QM and Special Relativity are related at a fundamental level. Comments? Thanks in advance.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Planck's Constant Related to Velocity of Light?

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