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Did Physicists Just Prove Time Travel? Sent Particles Of Light Into The Past

Published on December 15, 2015 by   ·   No Comments


Amanda Froelich

Hoverboards, flying cars, free energy and more, every day the prospect of living in a futuristic worldseems more reality and less fiction.

This is especially so, now that scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia have reportedlysent particles of light into the past.

Scientific American reports that the researchers used single particles of light (photons) to simulate quantum particles traveling through time. They have, in effect, shown that one photon can pass through a wormhole and then interact with its older self.

Their findings were published in Nature Communications. 

“Closed timelike curves” (CTC) are the source of the time travel conundrum. CTCs are used to simulate extremely powerful gravitational fields, like the ones produced by a spinning black hole. Theoretically, they could (based on Einstein’s theory of general relativity), warp the fabric of existence so that spacetime bends back on itself – thus creating a CTC, almost like a path that could be used to travel back in time.

Many physicists reportedly find CTCs “abhorrent, because any macroscopic object traveling through one would inevitably create paradoxes where cause and effect break down.” But others disagree with this assessment.

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