Re: Matter traveling backward in time

Clint O'Dell (
Mon, 23 Aug 1999 15:17:34 MDT

Mike Lorrey wrote:
>No it would not. We would see it the entire time. However we would first
>encounter it in what it considers its later life, while it would encounter
>us in what we consider our later life. If I met an anti-matter clock, i
>would think that it is moving backwards, while an anti-matter person would
>think its moving forwards. If I talked with an anti-matter person, I would
>hear their last word first, and their first word last.... Any Questions?
>Mike Lorrey

If every moment in time contained a "photograph" of each position of every particle and they all moved forward in time, then that may be true. Particles would come by one after the other like light reflected from an object. So you must be saying that every part of time contains a different position of ourselves. Or is there another way it could work?

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