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An Attempt to Resolve the Quantum Paradox of 720 Degrees Rotation

Authors: Vito R. D'Angelo

Postulating a new Planck constant, the Planck circumference, symbol (P), where its diameter equals the Planck length. Utilizing the Planck circumference as the lynch pin in the schematic of the Planck constants and associated dimensionless constants hierarchy ,i.e., The Planck time, Planck length, Planck circumference, half of the reduced Planck constant, reduced Planck constant and the Planck constant. It will be shown that the reduced Planck constant (h-bar) inherently consists of two Planck circumferences multiplied by their respective ratio (half of h-bar)/(P) = 1.038499006. Therefore, the two Planck circumferences of 360 degrees constitutes the 720 degrees manifest in quantum calculations.

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