Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> I always theorized that time bounced back-and-forth in both
> directions. After time flows from the big bang to the big crunch, it
> would bounce back and flow the other way The big crunch played
> backwards becomes the big bang for the next iteration of the
> universe. Our big bang was the previous big crunch likewise reversed.
> I have absolutely no evidence for this view.
Does the radioactive (beta, etc.) decay
constant "feel", in advance, that the
time arrow is changing? I mean: when the
transition from big-bang to big-crunch occurs.
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