I awake to two emails from Alexander Burinskii:

“The result is not low? In fact it is infinity!

Numerical integration done in PRD about 2002 (four authors) sows that

total energy of the external Kerr-Newman field integrated from

r_e = e^2/m to infinity is exactly equal to m,

just as it is for spherical electron

(here r_e is the Kerr spheroidal coordinate equal to classical radius of electron).”

‘I fail to see what a classical energy radius has to do here !!’

I give credit for some typo of misunderstanding, for his word “infinity”. Now I am satisfied, we are talking. Furthermore I say: ‘When I integrate energy density of the DKS fields, they develope too many factors of 1/2 from the orders of (r^2 + cos^2) in the denominator.’ ‘You will need to show me some difference in using the K-N metric, as opposed to my answers in Kerr metric geometry.’

# TALKING TURKEY

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