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Logic violation…

Associate Professor Dr Joan Vaccaro, of Griffith’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics, has solved an anomaly of conventional physics and shown that a mysterious effect called ‘T violation’ could be the origin of time evolution and conservation laws. In her research published in The Royal Society Dr Vaccaro says T violation, or a violation of time reversal (T) symmetry, is forcing the universe and us in it, into the future. (1)

Spoiler: There is no explanation WHY this violation happened. The article just states that the theory which postulates such a violation can accommodate for the time flow we experience and the time arrow we see in physics.

We live in a world where we “feel” time flowing.

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Without knowing what time is. And yet we “feel” it. Could it just be that we learned to think this way? Could it be that in the beginning people did not even have the notion of “time” in their heads? Could we just be victims of a philosophical dogmatism like the “One parallel line can be drawn to a given straight line” case? Could we change the parallels axiom? Could we accept other principles? Could we imagine a paradoxical world?

Search your feelings.

You know it to be true…

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  1. alphachamber

    This is interesting. Ther are indeed cultural differences in the perception of time (and location too). This can be demonstrated through linguistics. I.e. the much researched Hopi tripe as well as the just researched Phnong (in the Cambodian and Vietnam highlands) have a hugely different vocabulary and perception of time and in describing geographical location. I.e. our term for past can be used to define a past as well as a future event. Professor Sylvain Vogel just finished a highly regarded works about this subject.

    1. skakos

      Indeed our language is based on the philosophy we have chosen to follow. Even the very idea of… ideas (the Platonic world) is evident in a simple sentence as “This is a chair”…

  2. larryzb

    Our daily experience in the physical world, where night follows day (which in turn yields to a new day) conditions us to think in terms of past and present and future. The physical world is in time, so to speak.

    Perhaps you could stay at a zen center for 6 months and “feel” differently.

    1. skakos

      Perhaps you could.

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