Poking at Steve, I get at last that he calcs the color intensity in Kerr coords, which is not right in near-fields !!!   My apologies, and we will soon have all this RIGHT. I emailed Burinskii. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE SQUARE ROOT OF -D, the determinant of the Kerr transform.
I am confused but working at it. On one hand, scalars are invariant.
However we are looking at ENERGY per UNIT VOLUME.  Energy is the


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  1. Right now I feel stupid and slow, as I can’t see this all the way thru. I can say magnitude of any radial vector, if you start with a covariant form as do the DK fields, is E_r E^r, which is the square of the covariant form, times g^rr. IN KERR, THIS IS (r^2+1)/(r^2 +cos^2).


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