Is it possible to verify negative mass with gravitational lensing? The following video proposes an idea that galaxies are surrounded by negative mass: https://youtu.be/MZtS7cBMIc4
Could this be proven or disproven by looking at gravitational lensing of distant galaxies, by looking at Hubble Deep Field images? I would expect if negative mass surrounded a galaxy, it should cause the opposite effect of the positive mass galaxy. If there is surrounding negative mass, there should be an “anti” lensing effect just outside the normal lensing effect. Could someone perform this analysis and confirm or deny that idea?
Edit: In the following image, and others, I have looked to see if I could see such an effect out further from the source visually, and it is hard to tell. There are so many galaxies in front that aren't affected by the lensing. It might take a computer analysis of images surrounding the "ring" effect to see if there is a "radial effect" around the ring. Most images probably don't show enough of the surrounding area to where the radial effect as predicted in the paper Izumi et al. (2013) would be apparent. If this is present, I would think it indicates negative mass surrounding the positive mass, and would be a huge discovery confirming negative mass! If absent, it would likely show that there is at least not a significant amount of negative mass clustered around the galaxies (wouldn't be a total disproof of negative mass).
Image from: Galaxies - Gravitational Lensing