had a thought. suspect that i am wrong but not sure where. no idea of the maths involved but suspect(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

As an object approaches the speed of light relativistic forces come into play – effecting time dilation density etc

Can the same theory be rearranged to show that

As you approach the density & time dilation involved at the event horizon of a black hole the conservation of angular momentum would accelerate any rotating matter to the speed of light?

If this is true could the event horizon of a black hole become an extremely narrow ring? Circling its own common center of gravity – material approaching the speed of light at the same time that it forms an event horizon?

If an object of this type existed could they reach galactic sizes ?

Could its diameter, density, rotation, frame dragging of such an object account for the observed effects associated with dark matter ?

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# Question combining - black holes & conservation of angular momentum

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