Event horizon of elementary particles

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Has anyone ever considered the outer event horizon of a point particle (classical electron perhaps...)? Does it make sense to consider it Kerr and charged because of spin? Is it comparable with a Planck length? I know we would need a quantum gravity to deal with it, I'm just curious to see what comes out...Thanx
 

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Thanx, I hadn't seen it, anyway not much has been said there. I suppose there isn't much to say... Anyone knows more about the topic?
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