In this work we investigate the geodetic motion with rotational momentum in the Kaluza Klein theory with minimally coupled gravitational and electromagnetic fields. We find that the orbits follow generalized Kepler ellipses, where these orbits undergo a rotation of the perihelion and the ellipses are disturbed by an additional wobbel motion in the radial direction. This disturbance is caused by a rotational potential that becomes gravitationally active. When the masses of the particles envolved is increased, this rotational potential can amplify to a potential barrier that devides the orbit into a confined inner orbit and an outer orbit. When we apply these findings to micro physics, the generalized Kepler ellipses describe the electro magnetic interaction force, whereas the cases with increased masses organically belong to the electro strong and electro weak interaction forces. In the case of the electro magnetic interaction force we can look for ideal circular orbits. We find that discrete orbits of such kind exist and that they coincide with Bohr’s circular orbits in the atom. Quite naturally, from these findings a numerical procedure can be defined in order to determine the Planck constant numerically, which is the constant increment in rotational momentum between adjacent circular orbits. In order that such a constant increment exists, which guarantees the stability of the atom, none of the other natural constants can have a deviating value to the value taken from the measurements