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Based on some of the comments (now deleted), it looks like the first user who voted to close did so because they were focusing on how the OP was trying to apply scaling space to Newton's second law. Perhaps the first user figured that the OP was talking about their own theory of scaling space then? Although in my (speculative) opinion, this user seemed upset ...


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General comments (not addressing OP's specific question): Questions on negative effective mass are on-topic. Questions on particles with imaginary mass (tachyons) and/or negative mass are non-mainstream, and therefore often off-topic. Questions on fields with imaginary mass (tachyonic fields) are on-topic.


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I am the OP in question and I feel like I should post some clarifications, since some people seem to be jumping to even further conclusions than I did in the post. I don't think there is anything non-mainstream about my question, it was mostly a question about sloppy maths and I was well aware that I was in the wrong when I posted it but couldn't see why ...


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First, I would reconsider your assumption that the question was closed purely because it asked about negative mass. The only way to know for sure is if those who voted to close decide comment on your question (which can no longer happen since you deleted it) or decide to post here. Typically, questions here are not closed purely because of their topic. ...


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