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(**The manuscript “The Quantum Distance” is almost identical to “Quantum Mechanics and Ether: the theoretical derivation of Planck’s constant”)

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**The article “The Quantum Distance” is identical to the article  “The hydrogen atom: an electromagnetic free rotator”.

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