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Re: Black Holes Spinning

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Posted by antinova2 on May 25, 1998 21:45:16 UTC

: : : I am looking for information on using the spin of a black : : : as a enery source. Is there any books, papers, web sites : : : that anyone would suggest to get some further infomation.

: : Black Holes don't spin! There aren't any!

: Yes they do! Black holes are characterized by three : quantities, regardless of what they have been formed from, : namely mass, charge, and spin (or momentum). : Otherwise they would contradict the rules of : conservation of energy and angular momentum.

: It must be remembered that black holes are not : nothing! They just don't let us get any : information out ouf them.

the energy of a black hole is in the singularity of its focal vacuum. to harness this great force, it would seem that one would have to send an electrically opposite charge from within and draw out the energy, back into the universe in a sort of manufactured big bang creating an unzipping effect. this i believe would create a nebulae.

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