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Posted by Bruce on January 30, 2001 20:16:05 UTC
A quote from the Tony Smith page concerning Kerr-Newman metric describing fundamental particles.
"As Wald says in General Relativity (Chicago 1984),
if e^2 + a^2 is greater than M^2, the Kerr-Newman metrics do not describe the usual Gravitational
Black Holes resulting from Gravitational curvature of SpaceTime.
Such Kerr-Newman metrics do describe Compton Radius Vortices


the Gyromagnetic Ratio of a Kerr-Newman Black Hole is 2, the same as the Gyromagnetic Ratio of a spin 1/2 Electron."

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