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It predicts for the electron: 1*(what the J = mvr formula predicts, with r the maximum charge radius).The proton model is not sufficiently developed yet.
For the electron: v = 3.559 x10^10 m/s, so I have that problem.
Rotating charge is necessary for it to have a magnetic moment.
For the electron: v = 3.559 x10^10 m/s, so I have that problem. I could just define it's size two orders of magnitude larger.
My model predicts it being slower than that because the circle with electric charge on it also needs to rotate, so bringing this into consideration may bring the speed down due to the permittivity of free space.
the permittivity of free space.
This is a constant.