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RE: Big Bang, And A Question About Kerr-metric

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Posted by Pranov on March 28, 2000 21:14:33 UTC

How can you explain a light hole?
Will all the matter and energy not be contracted because of gravity nearby a light hole?
And in the big bang was gravity not present?

And another question:
If anyone knows about kerr-metric, and rotating black holes, can anyone tell me what happens to a black hole, with an angular monentum so large that it is just below the critical value for creating the black hole, and it is given more angular momentum?
Will the black hole stop being black and be torn apart?

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