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Q & A: Planck level for dark matter

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Most recent answer: 04/08/2013
Q:
Is there a theoretical planck level that is fundamental to both baryonic and dark matter?
- patrick fenex (age 54)
san bernardino, ca, usa
A:
The Planck scale involves only the h, c, and G. The first two are just conventional units used to describe the basic rotational symmetry and relativistic symmetry of all physics. G describes the strength of gravity, shared by dark matter. So the Planck scale is the same for dark matter, whatever it might turn out to be.

Mike W.

(published on 04/08/2013)

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