Hello, I am new to this forum! I have only just completed my first physics class, but I like to learn about some of the more advanced topics in physics on my own time. I was watching a video about black holes and I noticed a part of the video that stated "any matter that enters this region of space spins so fast that centripetal force tends to fling it out" (22 minutes). I was wondering, how fast is that? Could you fling a space ship that fast? If not, if the object were near the density and mass of a black hole, but was not at the density and mass of a black hole, then would it be possible? If not, with the said object if you had a part of the space ship inside the warped region of space effected by the almost black hole's gravity and a engine outside of said region it pushing the craft, relative to the part of the ship inside the gravitational region of the black hole, would it be moving faster than the engine actually is pushing it (given that the part of the craft holding the engine on was not warped)? (Image of what I am describing attached) Sorry if this sounds silly, I just like to theorize even though I do not have large amount of knowledge about physics.