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Author Topic: What would happen if the movement of quantum particles is reversed ?  (Read 1375 times)

Offline donchiragjain10036

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According to me, time is a factor of motion and position.

If you alter the motion of an object, you change its time frame reference.

If it is so, then if you reverse the quantum movements of an object, then time should flow backwards, which would imply in the reversal of physical laws like gravity and electromagnetism , and etc.



 

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According to me, time is a factor of motion and position.

If you alter the motion of an object, you change its time frame reference.

If it is so, then if you reverse the quantum movements of an object, then time should flow backwards, which would imply in the reversal of physical laws like gravity and electromagnetism , and etc.

I believe it may be the same as putting tooth paste back in the tube.
Time is not a direct cause of momentum. I believe momentum is indirectly related to time.
 In its simplest linear form

Momentum = distance/time

The unit measurement of time, from earths point of view, is a comprehension of a recognizable and common period of earths recurring momentum.
Year rotational orbit related to the Sun, day revolution on its axes with respect to the sun, hrs, min, and seconds as a fractional measurement.
This reference can change with the respect to/from, what ever, where ever you establish your view point.
We are always relating time to earth time.

Traveling at the speed of light, Quantum Leaping forward backward in time, a multiple parallel universe
might be the final adventures man will experience, "to go where no man has gone before"... with respect to his present knowledge. Where, when this boundary is crossed, there is no return to your immediate medium of existence. Leaving no record of the experience to the previous realm, and it all is lost, into the "past's future, future's  past," simultaneously >>>
I know that they hold  no possessive meaning, to us, so far, the reference of past and future exists only in the present.
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What I think should really happen is that time should flow backwards for the particular object whose quantum movements are reversed.

If for example, you produce a material with reversed quantum movements, then the matter would repel gravity and have a different charge.

The force of repulsion should be equal to the mass of both the object divided by the square of distance between them.
 

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