HISTORY of DOMINANT PHYSICS … Yes, stars spin also, but not quite so fast as energy

Screen shot 2017-07-08 at 7.38.23 PMOur studies of cosmology go on the left, and particle physics on the right. Massive objects  also spin, like a pulsar, collapsed star. It is also true that elementary particles  have spin. When we figure the mass part, the Schwarzschild radius here, it is ridiculously small, wouldjablieve E-57 meters ¿¿¿   SO, little particles of any sort are ruled by SPIN. In fact GR produces a characteristic size, up at E-13 meters, for Planck’s constant of SPIN, angular momentum. ON THE OTHER END OF SIZE SCALE, collapsed stars can spin hundreds of times per second [!!!] but not so fast that their surface gets to the speed of light. Kerr’s solution of the EFE’s accounts both mass and spin, as sourcing a field. WE ARE FREE TO CONSIDER DIFFERENT REGIMES OF EACH.
Don’t take my word for it; definition of Schwarzschild radius is:  2m = GM/c^2.  Working in mks system, G is about E-10, c^2 is E17, and G mass of the sun is 2 E30 kg.  On the other hand, mass of an electron is E-30 kg, uh-huh.  SEE THE  DIFFERENCE ???

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