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When a massive star collapses in on itself, the resulting neutron star is spinning extremely fast. Scientists liken this fact to how ice skaters tuck their arms in while spinning to make themselves spin faster. It got me thinking... Is it possible that supermassive stars begin spinning faster than light once they collapse far enough in that brief, cataclysmic formation of a black hole? Could this be one of the reasons that the laws of physics seem to just give up where black holes are concerned?