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Re: Black Holes Spinning

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Posted by Ryan Pierce/">Ryan Pierce on April 23, 1998 18:58:11 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.

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