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Requantization

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Requantization is a process of conspansion that changes Planck's constant by applying an internal scaling factor to spacetime nestings. This rescaling (which is identified with the rate of inner expansion) holds the contents of the universe invariant. One objection among readers may be that there are no observable changes in fundamental constants (such as elementary charge or electron mass) that would be expected from invoking the cosmological scaling of conspansion. However, this objection isn't really valid because one must remember that all measurements will be inherently limited by the scaling itself.