Imagine there is a piece of paper negative mass

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Imagine there is a piece of paper negative mass simply pushes up while mass pushes down doesn't that mean that a blackhole would be created by mass and negative be same a rip in the paper or in other words space

ps I am not very advanced in physics so don't flame me and try to keep your answers simple

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Using some punctuation marks and proper grammar would help us to understand what you want to say.

As a first guess. Using negative mass is a very bad thing to do in physics. If you do so, you open Pandora's box.
 
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A black hole is created by a huge amount of mass concentrated in a infitesimally small point pushing down on space-time because of gravity. It creates a rip because it is so small and dense.

This is analogous to pushing down on a piece of card with a pin, it creates a rip.

On the other hand negative mass particles could hypothetically be used to keep a wormhole open (and a wormhole is very similar to a black hole, except it is two-way).
 

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