I was thinking the other day about how mass creates valleys in fabric of space-time and how objects follow that path. Then I came to think, isn't it theoretically possible that there could be a negative mass that creates hills in the fabric of space-time?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What do you guys think about this? Is it plausible? What would be the implications of this?

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# Negative Mass and its Implications

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