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RE: RE: Why Do Particles Spin?

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Posted by CL on April 7, 2000 03:07:42 UTC

Thanx a lot for the encouraging compliment.....I can`t wait to take those classes! I`m 16 so I guess I have a long way to go. A couple more questions though.... I read in a book that a blackhole, in many respects, can be treated as a collosal elementary particle since it can be identified by its three intrinsic qualities: mass, charge, and spin. Does this magnetic dipole moment have anything to do with blackholes, and do quantum theories even apply here? Since a blackhole is nothing more than an intense gravitational field, does it make sence to say that it is even spinning (what is there to spin?), and is there a frame dragging effect taking place within the horizon (considerring that frames are infinitely tipped away from ours how would they drag) or is this impossible to know? Internal frame dragging could have no physical effects in our outisde universe could it? I know I ask millions of questions, but this has got to be the most intersting subject that I could ever even conceive of. Thank you for your time and reply.

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