Steve, now that you see what Kerr geometry has in store, try out the the DKS fields, for a HOOT…………….. They are quite distinct from mine, and the tangential field is pretty weak. There is no very near-field, piece of cake, haaaaaaaaaaaaa. The action here is right near the ring edge. Let’s make Burinskii eat his heart out with cool plots. MY ORIGINAL INTENT WAS to produce plots like the DKS plots, with my field components, however. If the mountian does not move to Mohammed, Mohammed will move to the mountain. Yours troooly metaphorically challenged. Irregardless, or REGARDLESS as the case is, I say what I say. My fields are better.
Perhaps to quibble over “very near-fields”, because only as the cosine goes to zero at the very ring edge, does the DKS field get HOT… Burinskii admitted a month ago, working to see his field right here. He admitted also never concerning himself with the “Tinker Bell” point on the SPIN axis.
I WILL LAUGH LAST.