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    Why does light accelerates after being slowed down

    Umm, photons simply bounce off molecules. That's why you actually see light in the first place without actually looking directly at the source. If you took a flashlight and turned it on in space, you wouldn't see the light beam unless your pointed it right at your eye.
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    Does increased velocity increase gravity?

    Black holes only form from one perspective and will not form from any other perspective. Rest-mass determines whether something will become a black hole or not. Read Doc's link.
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    Exploring Time Travel into the Past

    That isn't true, many concepts in physics work forward and backward in time and it DOES happen in a few cases.