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    What is a Kerr-Newman ultracompact object?

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    At the center of the Crab Nebula is "the most powerful known particle
    accelerator in the universe."
    The researchers say that they are mystified about how anything they
    can imagine could possibly accelerate particles to such enormous
    energies.
    I predict unequivocally that a Kerr-Newman black hole with a mass of
    between 1 and 8 solar masses will do the trick with ease. Such an
    object will produce the particle acceleration and the Gamma-ray bursts
    that are observed, and further, I feel quite confident that this is
    the only physically real class of objects in nature that are up to the
    task.
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