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Posted by Robert Barbrow/">Robert Barbrow on March 11, 1999 15:21:07 UTC


lest say the we have a dying star and its like the earth has a rotation along a defined axis. now lets say that it gets smaller causing it to rotate faster ( like an ice skator pulling in their arms) .

my question is would the black hole be spining at Infinite speed if it hit Infinite density

would the speed actually break the light speed limit

or would it sort of just self destruct buy the force of the spin

how would a spining black hole differ from a black hole that had no spin

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