It is a stated fact that, as an object is accelerated to the speed of light;
A- it’s weight increases to infinity,
B-It flattens out…size shrinks to zero,
C-time slows down to zero
This also sounds like the formation of a black hole.
Lets say you take an object (a solid sphere, one kilometer in diameter, and one million metric tons) and start accelerating it towards the speed of light. At what point does the sphere’s weight overcome the electromagnetic force
(The electrons’ repelling each other, separating the atomic nuclei), thus creating a neutron star?
And at what further velocity is required for the conversion to go all the way to black hole formation?