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  • adj. That does not rotate.


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non- +‎ rotating


  • In Hartle, Thorne, and Price, an “exact analytical solution is found for the lapse, shift and spatial metric of a moving, nonrotating black hole” which leads Felber to claim, “The exact results confirm that a large mass moving faster than 3-½c could serve as a driver to accelerate a much smaller payload from rest to a good fraction of the speed of light.”

    Objections to Kaku and Liu’s “How to Time Travel?”

  • For a nonrotating black hole the accretion disk can rotate in any direction.

    Supermassive Black Holes Spinning Backwards Create Death Ray Jets? | Universe Today

  • “Cement trucks” portland cement, that is deliver a talcum-fine gray powder in dry-sealed, nonrotating, sausage-shaped trailers into concrete plants all over the place.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Another was the following argu - ment: Consider a nonrotating reference frame K and


  • Because these internal elements are significantly smaller than the nonrotating front elements, the lens focuses faster, drains less battery power, and also accepts filter-ring-mount accessories.

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