Scientists Claim They Made Time Go Backwards...But Did They?

By : Seeker - 4 months ago
Scientists performed an experiment where they claim they reversed the arrow of time, but did they really? Here’s what we know.

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Scientists Reverse Arrow of Time in Quantum Experiment
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/physics/scientists-reverse-arrow-of-time-in-quantum-experiment/
“Time only moves forward—or does it? Physicists refer to this idea as the “arrow of time,” and the idea of unidirectional time seems to hold true for life and objects on a human scale. But on a quantum scale, things seem to work differently, even strangely.”

Can We Actually Time Travel? Einstein Says 'Ja!'
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“With a deep understanding of time and relativity, traveling through time might actually be possible, according to Albert Einstein.”
Time-Travel Gaze Reveals the Shape of Ancient Galaxies
https://www.seeker.com/time-travel-gaze-reveals-the-shape-of-ancient-galaxies-2334298091.html
“Astronomers are seeing what Earth's own galaxy looked like in its youth by scanning the skies for some of the oldest objects in the universe. Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), a large radio observatory in Chile, researchers have taken "baby pictures" of Milky Way-like galaxies when their star formation was just beginning to accelerate. At that time, the universe was nearly two billion years old.”

Time-Travel Gaze Reveals the Shape of Ancient Galaxies
https://www.seeker.com/time-travel-gaze-reveals-the-shape-of-ancient-galaxies-2334298091.html
“Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), a large radio observatory in Chile, researchers have taken ‘baby pictures’ of Milky Way-like galaxies when their star formation was just beginning to accelerate.”

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Scientists Claim They Made Time Go Backwards...But Did They?