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This is a thought experiment I have been tangling with for quite some time now and still cannot find anything worthwhile on the net to determine its outcome.

I'd like to know what happens if two singularities would collide head on. ( I know that singularites have no strict dimensions and it would be hard to let them actually collide in a pure mathematical sense but bare with me)

If given the singularities are of same proportions (mass, velocity) would the collision create a single new singularity with zero velocity at point of impact?

I cannot imagine them bouncing off since both would enter each others event horizon.

Would increasing the velocity change the outcome of the collision?

Thanks in advance.

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