”quantum Mechanical Black Holes: Issues and Ramifications”

  • B. G. Sidharth
  • Published 1998


The recent model of Quantum Mechanical Black Holes is discussed and its implications for cosmology, particle structure, low dimensionality and other issues are examined. 1 The ”Ganesha” Quantum Mechanical Black Hole Model It was shown in a previous communication that a typical elementary particle, the electron can be considered to be what was termed a Quantum Mechanical Black Hole (or QMBH), made up of a relativistic fluid of subconstituents, or ”Ganeshas” described by the Kerr-Newman metric giving both its gravitational and electromagnetic fields and also the anomalous gyromagnetic ratio. Alternatively the QMBH could be described as a relativistic vortex in the hydrodynamical formulation. It was pointed out that the QMBH or vortex could also be thought of as a relativisitc rotating shell reminiscent of the earlier Dirac model. Proceedings of the International Symposium on ”Frontiers of Fundamental Physics”, Universities Press (in press).

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@inproceedings{Sidharth1998quantumMB, title={”quantum Mechanical Black Holes: Issues and Ramifications”}, author={B. G. Sidharth}, year={1998} }