A couple of interesting black hole papers

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In another thread (on Oppenheimer-Snyder collapse), I posted a link to some lecture notes on gravitational collapse. Checking on the author, I find he is extremely prolific on many fundamental areas of GR (from the computational standpoint). Of particular interest:

http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.0122
catch phrase: you probably cannot produce super-extremal Kerr black hole

http://arxiv.org/abs/1209.6138
If two bodies collide, gamma factor does contribute to likelihood of forming a BH;
LHC hasn't got a chance to produce them, though.
 
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No more to add. These papers stand on their own. Looking back on these, I find the second particularly interesting for validating the hoop conjecture for extreme collisions.
 

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