Does a star disappears from space time, if it spins faster than light?
No because they can't exist. Imagine trying to hang on at the edge of a merry-go-round (dia. = 10 ft.) spinning at 1 revolution per sec. Now increase that rotation to 31 million revs per sec.Does a star disappears from space time, if it spins faster than light?
Hypothetical. Big universe but chances are not good anything gets close to C, maybe neutron star has some hope of getting close.Are we posting about reality here, or just some imaginary fleet of fancy?