More important: J should show us a concept how he can preserve Newton mechanics without using mass...
Sure. And even that concept isn't any self-defined-never-heard-mambo-jambo which one could mostly expect..
Here is also good discussion about this;
Especially the answer of the "Isopycnal Oscillation".
Basically the Fr=1 is neutral, in FR<1 there is acceleration and Fr>1 there is deceleration
Notice that Fr= ak= s
where a is the wave amplitude and k is the wavenumber and as wavenumber~frequency (f)
therefore Fr = af so you can think about plancks constant with that.
Further wave energy is basically ~ E= a^2
and Power is ~P = a^2*f
Which proposes that planck constant is a squared value of the very basical stuff. This is would make the Kitzlings constant also a plain ratio.
...this is ofcourse short chat answer, but I hope it helps forward those who are interested.