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Now this rotational energy gas a maximum value for a given mass of black hole.
However, if a black hole was magnetized and there was a strong enough magnet in the area stuff could come out and you could make calculations but that is something that would cost trillions of dollars and would require a lot of tools we don't have I'm sure. Anyway that's the only way to take matter of a black hole that I can think of
Ryth the only thing you would reach with a 'super magnet' would be stuff outside the Event horizon.A 'event horizon' is the beginning of a gravity well so deep that light passing it can't turn back (think mirror:)All light reflected inside a spinning black hole has only one way and that's down.As for a super massive black hole meeting a more 'normal sized' Black hole I will have to trust what Madidus wrote.But it is a very interesting thought though. As there exist bigger and smaller infinity's defined in mathematics?Can there be bigger and smaller 'singularitys forces' in spacetime?And if there was, would it matter
Well, a maximal rotating black hole would be one that is rotating at light speed.