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Would Planck's length be subject to length contraction if an object hypothetically of the length had a velocity near c?

I suspect that it won't becuase Planck's length is defined by the invariant, physical constants of G, c and the reduced Planck's constant. Thus, Planck's length would not be subject to relativistic effects like length contraction.

I suspect that it won't becuase Planck's length is defined by the invariant, physical constants of G, c and the reduced Planck's constant. Thus, Planck's length would not be subject to relativistic effects like length contraction.

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