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fastest man-made object frame dragging?015:22, 10 October 2013
Spinning013:03, 20 September 2013

fastest man-made object frame dragging?

Given that einstien shows mass=energy could the high speed/energy of this small mass spinning object cause frame dragging around it; similar to that cause around the large mass of our spinning sun? if so have we witness some kind of rosen bridge/ dimensional event with it's 'disappaerarnce?! P.S> NOn-expert

194.168.208.42 (talk)15:22, 10 October 2013

My girlfriend spins faster than that. But then again, she hates it when I call her an object.

65.51.209.126 (talk)13:03, 20 September 2013