What would happen? Would the result be a non-rotating black hole? During their collision when their ergospheres overlap, would it generate an area where nothing could move in either direction along the plane of rotation? Also, since the force of their gravitational pull would be the same, would they cancel each other out? Like would particles in the overlapping event horizons no longer fall towards either black hole?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Two identical black holes, but rotating in opposite directions collide

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