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Re: Spin Blackhole Spin

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Posted by myat/">myat on April 23, 1999 11:51:09 UTC

: Question:

: 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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