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Kerr, Roy - Roy Kerr (1934) is a physicist born in New Zealand that suggested in 1963 the existence of rapidly-rotating black holes (Kerr vacuum.) With sufficient rotational speed, such black holes would become annular and any trace of an event horizon would disappear, turning them into wormholes.
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Origin of the term - New Zealand.
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Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: kerr vacuum, keer metric, black hole.
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