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## Main Question or Discussion Point

A thought experiment.

So what about Exotic Matter? If a particle with negative mass were to somehow pass the event horizon of a black hole, would it not then be repelled from the black hole at a velocity greater then

*C*is considered to be a constant speed, that can not be exceeded. Once light passes the event horizon of a black hole however, the gravitational pull is strong enough to exceed,*C*. This is indicated by the supposition, that not even light can escape the event horizon of a black hole.So what about Exotic Matter? If a particle with negative mass were to somehow pass the event horizon of a black hole, would it not then be repelled from the black hole at a velocity greater then

*C*?