Di Mario, Domenico
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 26, 2013
A model for a black hole electron can be developed starting from three basic constants: h, c and G. The result is a comprehensive description of the electron with its own associated mass and charge. The precise determination of the rotational speed of such a particle yields accurate numbers, within one standard deviation, of all quantities, including one of the most critical characteristics of the electron: its magnetic moment and its magnetic moment anomaly.