If we take

and modify this to be

we can remove the addition of r

_{s} and we arrive at

. The Schwarzschild radius calculation itself is

so that with our equation we ar dealing with half the Schwarzschild radius. That is 1 Planck length. So adding this to r

_{s} gives us an orbital velocity of c at 1.5r

_{s}. This means that, for a Planck mass black hole, particles with rest mass can only maintain a steady orbit at twice the radius at a velocity of (1/2)c. This also means that photons can ONLY orbit at 1.5r

_{s}. Of course the scales are so small that particles would actually have to be point sources. It reality this would be an impossible situation. As a model though it may yield some useful results.