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E = h * f

f = c / wavelength

1) Is there a theoretical limit on maximum f (minimum wavelength of Planck length)?

2) Is there a theoretical limit on minimum f of 1 (maximum wavelength of c)? (ie// the maximum distance that a photon can cover in unit time?)

2a) Are there radio waves that exist < 1 Hz?

3) Is it possible to measure E < h ? Is this distinguishable from E = 0?

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