The interaction of electricity and magnetism in Einstein-Maxwell theory

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I consider stationary axially symmetric solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell equations. These show that, in general, time-independent electric and magnetic fields acting together cause rotational effects in the spacetime. An electric charge placed on the axis of a magnetic dipole induces a region of closed timelike curves.

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