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Reversibility and Entropy.
Then you have to link those experiments Ethos, so we can see them.
Ethos, rereading myself, what I mean is that I do not expect time reversibility. Entropy I expect though, it makes sense to me too, even though some of its definitions seems to collide for me. But I expect only one arrow, as defined locally. With that arrow directly related to the clock 'c' becomes, split to Planck scale.
But then there is one thing more, and it is macroscopically being at rest relative microscopically.
Ethos, you need to open a thread for your ideas And start from what you think are the simplest definitions. Break it down into small parts and we will see.
But myself I don't expect the arrow we have to disappear before we too disappear scale-wise. And there is a thing differing our views, in where I think you have more support for your view Ethos But to me it's logically inconsistent to assume that you will see something expressing itself under the arrow we know, but backwards in time?