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Time Travel - Between two Kerr metric black holes w/detached event horizons

  1. Apr 2, 2012 #1
    So imagine your on earth at a latitude of 30 to 45° N, between two rotating Kerr Metric Blackholes with detached event horizons (dual singularities) allowing you to be shielded from the crushing force of the black holes. Which way do the rotating black holes need to rotate for the past and which way do they need to rotate for the future? Does the earths rotation even matter? I don't care about the nay saying that I would be crushed and it wouldn't matter or spaghettified. Which rotational direction would they need to rotate for my mass (spaghettified, intact, or annihilated) to go in the future or past and is momentum required or can you be stationary?
     
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