If Planck's constant were much, much larger how would this affect our everyday lives?
Normally, Planck's constant (usually called h) has a value of 6.2618 x 10^-34 Joule-seconds (J*s). This is an important constant in Quantum Mechanics. So if we were to increase Planck's constant by about 10^14, what would happen?
A lot would change. For one thing, I doubt ...
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