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Such that any object that falls into this spinning ergosphere, will also begin to 'accelerate' to match the ergosphere's spin direction (of course, according to the theory, the object is still basically free-falling and only seem to accelerate from an outside observer). Eventually, this object will appear to travel around a spinning black hole at many times faster than light, if it's even possible to see.

I've did further reading about 'space frames' and 'frame dragging'. But my math is not good so I'd like to ask if 'space frames' can move faster than light -

__a sound and realistic enough theory__, thanks!