Foundations of Physics 19 (3):339-348 (1989)
AbstractA classical model of an elementary particle is considered in the framework of the bimetric general relativity theory. The particle is regarded as a spherically symmetric object filling its Schwarzschild sphere and made of matter having mass density, pressure, and charge density. The mass is taken to be the Planck mass, and possible values of the charge are taken as zero, ±1/3e, ±2/3e, and ±e, with e the electron charge
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Elementary Particles in Bimetric General Relativity. II.Nathan Rosen - 1989 - Foundations of Physics 19 (11):1337-1344.
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