When Albert Einstein took his mind trip up to the speed of light, it was to a one way destination (+300,000kps (closed systemically)). Standing by the railroad track, all his observer ever observed was positive (+) velocity to his stand by the railroad track. But to the universe that stand by the railroad track is strictly relative . . . the observer in that inertial rest frame is in no way standing still with regard to the universe, nor is the ground he stands upon inertially at rest as far as the universe is concerned. There is velocity in the universe negative to his zero of velocity in his inertial rest frame. Negative velocity all the way to (-300,000kps (closed systemically)).
Einstein at +300,000kps is infinite in mass, sort of infinite in all space-time. Einstein at -300,000kps is, therefore, infinitesimal in mass, sort of infinitesimal in all space-time. He possibly contracted the closed system universe absolutely one way, he possibly expands the closed system universe absolutely the other. Except to finite, to relativity, though, there is no real difference between infinitesimal and infinite. They are both infinite, and infinity. But to "finite", to "relativity," he did no more than move universe plane to universe plane, relativity to relativity, uncertainty to uncertainty, in both directions (infinity = '1' (constant)). That is, providing he survived the closed systemic gravitational-like acceleration up and out into the then apparently contracting universe around him, one way, and deceleration down and in into the then apparently expanding universe around him, the other way.
But the very concept of a negative of space-time in the negative of velocity (a velocity negative to Einstein's observer on Earth) all the way to a potentially negative speed of light value (-300,000kps) -- the duality existing ((+/-) 300,000kps) then infinitizing the speed of light --may have some sort of kinship to other possible negative entities and dimensionalities:
PowerPoint Presentation (nasa.gov)
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It's a Multiverse Universe.