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Singularity Spining On 2 Or More Axis

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Posted by Robert Barbrow/">Robert Barbrow on July 9, 1998 13:59:49 UTC

I know if the singularity isn't spinning it looks allot like a point infinitely small and such and if its spinning as most stars galaxies do before they collapse they become more like a fisbee ( I also think that they look allot like those " acme holes" that they use in cartoons) how ever it looks it is 2d flat along on axis

what happens if the singularity is spinning on more than one axis ( like the fisbee but lets say its also going end over end would it look more like a line or a ellipse ?

and I had a second thought/question what would happen if a black hole merged with a black hole that was spinning in an opposite direction sort of like a matter antimatter collision would it just: A) stop and form a black hole with no spin( provided that they were both spinning at the same rate) B)anilate each other C) allow all the matter that was at one far end of the event horizon to be set free as the black hole became a no spin point singularity ?

please e-mail me with you ideas.

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