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Uh, no. I mean yes, that's what the math says but it's not what would actually happen - which betrays a problem.Apparently, there is no problem with thermodynamics, because they are not actually moving. Negative mass has negative momentum and sum of momentum is zero. Negative mass has negative energy and positive mass has positive energy, so sum is again zero.
Martin Tajmar explains it quite well here @8:54 and onwards:
The guy specifically references weaponizing this. Take two masses, one positive, one negative. Let them accelerate for free to near relativistic speeds. Aim at enemy. When the resultant positive and negative masses impact you at .99C, do you think nothing will happen?
Same goes for perpetual motion.
Same goes for free energy.
Seems like a 'something for nothing' deal that the universe doesn't seem to like. The house always seems to win.