Academic problem: What should be the rotational speed of a planet at the equator such as there is no surface gravity? Plugging centripetal force=gravitational force...
we get, assuming sphericity and uniform density
For a black hole with effective density we get
Can this frequency be given a sense in the context of Kerr black holes (extremal case) and rotating black holes and/or gravitational wave frequencies? I feel I should protest since, as we know from black hole thermodynamics, surface gravity can not be reduced to zero...
What I did here is usually made with planets or stars in "academic problems". Is the calculation meaningful for black holes as well with suitable care?