This question about repulsive black holes has been heavily down-voted. Just in case those reading this might have joined in on this, I'd like to make a pitch for not doing it.
The OP doesn't understand the physics. Of course, if the OP did understand it, the OP wouldn't be posting here. But in this case, there's some pretty serious misunderstanding going on (negative-massed photons??).
Fair enough. In fact, that and some other oddities make it very hard to tell what's being asked, and for this reason the question has been put on hold. Well done!
But why down-vote?
If you're at all charitable as a reader, I think it's clear what the OP is trying to do.
- I want black holes backwards
- I have a vague idea how this might work, but don't know much about physics
- I don't want to write a "please work out my world for me" idea-generation question, because that's not cool on this SE
- I will make a stab at it, and probably get it wrong
Isn't that pretty much exactly what we'd like this person to do? And then, if all goes well, the ongoing comments will refine the question until it can be reopened and ready for prime-time.
But three down-votes in a very short time, especially when the only apparent criticisms are "this isn't clear" and "you don't know much physics," boils down to a clear message of rejection.
Anyway, that's my WB.SE gripe for the day.