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4) The electron, I hypothesize, is really much, much smaller in size than was previously thought, and can be modelled by counter-rotating rings (or spheroids) of both positive and "negative" mass, such that the positive and negative amounts of mass exactly cancel each other, but a concentrated "gravimagnetic" field remains, which accounts for the accepted measured value for the effective mass of the electron. In effect, the electron can be likened to a tiny "black hole", where either the positive or negative mass content alone would constitute an incredible amount of mass confined to a VERY small region of space (thus forming a black hole).Richard P. Crandall, author of They All Told The Truth: The Antigravity Papers].