On Sun, 22 Aug 1999 Sayke@aol.com wrote:
> yea. ok, so lets say ive got this antimatter clock merrily
> spinning away, backwards, suspended via maglev in a vacuum
> chamber. then, to be ornery, i adjust the magnetic field slightly
> to tilt the clock to the side... how does the clock respond? does
> it actually tilt? that would require that it move forward in
Then again, some quantum physics experiments do show that at least some influences happen "backwards" in time.
The only logical conclusion would be that time _is_ symmetrical, influences going both ways. Cause-and-effect would be "reduced" to the weaker relationship of correlations, but then again, we haven't ever observed cause and effect, have we?
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