Relativity and Cosmology

   

On the Significance of PLANCK’S Constant

Authors: Robert Spoljaric

Planck’s constant h has dimensions of energy (ergs) × time (seconds) called “actions.” Action is a four-dimensional constant and is the same size for all observers in special relativity, even if those observers disagree as to the size of the energy and time components of that action. The various guessed at formalisms of non-relativistic quantum mechanics introduce h arbitrarily, empirically. But being inconsistent with special relativity would seem to render that ad hoc introduction out of context. In this brief article we shall generalise the Planck-Einstein relation to reveal a new mass-free paradigm of Relativity, leaving little of the classical physics which preceded it. Furthermore, we historically avoid the misguided advent of non-relativistic quantum mechanics altogether, to finally reveal the true significance of h. The maths employed here has been used in [1] and [2].

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