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Why are the Planck charge and Planck mass values so much larger than observed particles? [duplicate]

The Planck charge and mass values seem rather unusual. Is this an indicator that there is a lack of understanding in current theory, or is there a logical explanation for the magnitude of these two ...
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Why is Planck mass much larger than the smallest mass that we actually know about? [duplicate]

The three fundamental constants $h$, $c$ and $G$ are manipulated and rearranged in different ways to get the Planck time, Planck mass etc. The Planck time is said to be the smallest time possible and ...
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Planck mass is about the mass of one eyebrow hair

Unlike most Planck units named after "Planck" such as Planck length, Planck temperature, etc, the Planck mass seems more closed to daily life. It is about $10^{-5}$g, same order of magnitude of one ...