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Posted by Chris Duncan on July 30, 2002 22:06:18 UTC

From what I understand of this article is that in order for there to be the interaction between two objects in space that is currently known as gravity, the object(s) need to spin. I think I've read of the possibility of blackholes with zero spin. Is this article saying that if we were to somehow stop a blackhole's spin, that the gravitational interaction would disappear?

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