Alexander likes it, and asks: “Please, show me the plot where will be pointed out normal axes, in particular axe of symmetry.”

I respond: This is for an x, y plot, with y the SPIN axis. I can distinguish a very near-field, and a meso-field. My near-field approximations seem good out until maybe 0.4 of ‘a’. Meso-field is as in the Kerr metric, basically r^2 + cos^2.. Except at the ring tip where the cos=0, this changes not much until that similar scale, then we see the “far-field bending”, yah??

FRIENDS, THE PROVERBIAL SHIT HITS THE FAN !!!

“The DKS electric field has a “Tinker Bell” point in the axis, where all fields are zero. My rearrangement of ‘r’ terms and consequent juggling of TWO INDEPENDENT PARAMETERS, allows me to sequester this at the very edge of the ring.”

# ELECTRON VERY NEAR-FIELD

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