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Black hole explosion due to rotation

There is in fact an upper-limit to the angular momentum of the black hole that is described by the Kerr solution. If a black hole existed with a higher angular momentum, you'd have a singularity ...
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Black hole explosion due to rotation

No. Consider what "explode" would mean in this context: It means each piece of material tears away and exits the black hole. By definition, that simply can't happen. The material would need ...
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