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Particles and fields physics
In 1971, Hawking suggested  that there may be a very large number of gravitationally collapsed charged objects of very low masses, formed as a result of fluctuations in the early Universe. A mass of of these objects could be accumulated at the centre of a star like the Sun. The masses of these collapsed objects are from and above and their charges are up to ±30 electron units .
Prodanov, E. (2009). Daemon Decay and Inflation. Physics Letters B, vol. 681, no. 3, pg. 214-219. doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2009.10.029