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I wonder how Black-Holes can rotate and be charged..

As far as I know a black-hole consists of a singularity which is a point with unlimited density and the event horizon. The singurality is just a point with no dimensions so how can it rotate and since nothing can escape its gravitational pull including electromagnetic radiation how can it have a charge.

I dont know if the answer lies in the event horizon, but as i see it the event horizon is not "made of anything".. Its just the point in space in which the escape velocity becomes higher than the speed of light, so how can it rotate or have a charge?

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# Rotating Charged Black-Hole?

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