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Scientists Were Able To Reverse Time With a Quantum Computer

In a breakthrough study, scientists reversed the direction of time, seemingly contradicting basic laws of physics.
They believe the results could also alter our understanding of the processes governing the universe.
By using electrons and quantum mechanics, researchers turned back time in an experiment that has been likened to the equivalent of causing a broken rack of pool balls to go back into place.
To an outside observer of the experiment, it looks as if time is running backwards.

Lead researcher Dr Gordey Lesovik said: "We have artificially created a state that evolves in a direction opposite to that of the thermodynamic arrow of time."
Most laws of physics make no distinction between the future and the past. If an equation is used to describe the collision and rebound of two identical billiard balls and a close-up of the event is recorded with a camera and then played in reverse, the event can still be represented by the same equation.

Cite: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/sc...90781.html

The “time machine” described in the journal Scientific Reports consists of a rudimentary quantum computer made up of electron “qubits”.
A qubit is a unit of information described by a “one”, a “zero”, or a mixed “superposition” of both states.
In the experiment, an “evolution program” was launched which caused the qubits to become an increasingly complex changing pattern of zeros and ones.

Scientists ‘make new kind of matter’ thought to break laws of physics
During this process, order was lost – just as it is when the pool balls are struck and scattered with a cue.
But then another program modified the state of the quantum computer in such a way that it evolved “backwards”, from chaos to order.
It meant the state of the qubits was rewound back to its original starting point.
Most laws of physics work both ways, in the future and the past. If you see a video of a pool ball knocking into another one, for instance, and then reverse that same video, the physical processes would both make sense and it would be impossible at the level of physics to know which way around would be correct.

But the universe does have one rule that goes only in one way: the second law of thermodynamics, which describes the progression from order to disorder.
If you saw a video of someone breaking a perfectly arranged triangle of pool balls into a mess, for instance, then watching that backwards would obviously look nonsensical.
The new experiment is like giving the pool table such a perfectly calculated kick that the balls rolled back into an orderly pyramid.
The scientists found that, working with just two qubits, “time reversal” was achieved with a success rate of 85 per cent. When three qubits were involved more errors occurred, resulting in a 50 per cent success rate.

Cite: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style...20516.html
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(03-14-2019, 08:05 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: So what year is it now

Time is an artificial construct, so the year is whatever we want it to be.
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(03-14-2019, 08:12 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote:
(03-14-2019, 08:09 AM)sivil Wrote:
(03-14-2019, 08:05 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: So what year is it now

Time is an artificial construct, so the year is whatever we want it to be.

If only

I know what you mean.
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(03-14-2019, 08:14 AM)Capnron Wrote: 1984

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If this info is just being let out then i have to believe from my own experiences that they have already created time travel and are just easing us into the info.

Also remember

Time travel will only be for the wealthy not for us peons.


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I knew I felt something back in January.
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If I had to live my life over again...

...I already had trouble getting through it the first time...

...I probably won't improve anything...

...I didn't have time to get it right the first time...

...but somehow, somewhere, I had time to do it over again...
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