Thanks for your thoughtful response PmbPhy. I am just using the language that Planck and Einstein and the other fathers of quantum language used. Maybe the translations from German to English are off a little, but I would encourage you to go back and read some of the original papers. Fascinating reading!

I stumbled across Planck's original relationship a bit by accident. After digging back through all his old papers and his quantum derivation, I wrote it all up in a nice paper. Hans Peter Duerr and I (Hans Peter ... Director Emeritus Max Planck Institute for Physics, and Heisenberg protege) sat down together and went through the mathematics step by step. Afterwards he smiled and said in his wonderful German accent, "Well your mathematics are correct ... the question now is the interpretation!"

Interestingly, Hans Peter had not read Planck's original papers, and I suspect many other physicists have not read them either. When I presented the work at the annual APS meeting, there was only one physicist in the audience who had read any of them!

The point is that if we use Planck's ORIGINAL relationship, we gain many more degrees of freedom. Measurement time is no longer a standardized value of 1 second. And the clear chemical and materials effects of EM radiation below the molecular bond threshhold (IR, MW and RF) no longer violate quantum relationships. We suddenly have a real constant for light that is conserved over time and space, yielding a wonderful candidate for the fundamental quantum of light. When you think it through, many of the paradoxes - those that Heisenberg, Bohr and others struggled with - just dissappear!

So Planck's complete equation has many interesting applications.

PS - The cites to the original papers by Planck, Einstein and others can be found in my papers at

www.EinsteinsHiddenVariables.com. The mathematics I reviewed with Hans Peter are laid out in good detail in papers #1 and #2.