Einstien relativity question, could gravity be caused by electron spin and planets orbiting on their axis?

I had previously thought that gravity could be caused imbalances by electric charges in planets, Feynman thought of this first and probably Faraday before him & probably somebody else before him.

Einstien never watched the artificial gravity in 2001 Space Oddessy.

What happens to relativity in cases like this is?
If something hits off the outside of the rotating ship, it'll experience a type of antigravity, is this real from a relativistic standpoint???
Could gravity be caused by a rotating atoms nucleus or electrons flying around in orbitals or spn.
It's explored in this amazon book & this pdf. I never either it I'm just looking around & curious & only came up with this hot potato brainfart a few minutes ago, some I'm sure have this well explored, but I hope it will cause some imaginations to go whirring.


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