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- The principle of relativity posits that the fundamental laws governing physical phenomena remain invariant across all inertial frames of reference. However, a pertinent quandary about mass arises.

it requires less energy to impart acceleration to an object than to the entirety of the universe, This would break the principle of relativity since the amount of energy to move an object should be the same as the amount of energy to move the rest of the universe. This observation implies a diminutive total mass for the universe.

Denoting the mass of the universe as 'M', the mass of an object as 'm', and the acceleration of that object as 'a' (vector), we can express the resultant force acting on the object and the rest of the universe as:

F = ma = (M - m)(-a).

Thus, by equating the opposing forces, we get:

-aM = 0, which means M equals zero.

Consequently, if this proposition is true then the total mass of a relative universe is zero and the negative masses are real.

(information about the nothingness universe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-energy_universe)

Denoting the mass of the universe as 'M', the mass of an object as 'm', and the acceleration of that object as 'a' (vector), we can express the resultant force acting on the object and the rest of the universe as:

F = ma = (M - m)(-a).

Thus, by equating the opposing forces, we get:

-aM = 0, which means M equals zero.

Consequently, if this proposition is true then the total mass of a relative universe is zero and the negative masses are real.

(information about the nothingness universe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-energy_universe)

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