Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Is time an ephemeral construct of material existence?

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The nature of time is an ancient and unanswered question, but today this ignorance handicaps scientific progress. The problem of the arrow of time, entropy, the big bang and the cosmological principle is dependent on the understanding of time. However, new clue might be emerging in a new idea that considers time static.The idea, proposed in 1982 by Page and Wooters, suggests that the universe maintains a static state with respect to outside observers.

The 2013 paper by Moreva and her colleagues, 'Time from quantum entanglement: an experimental illustration' did not get much mention in the news or even scientific circles. The experiment proves the principle of 'static time.' Moreva and her colleagues have used an interconnected pair of photons to prove this controversial idea. As their carefully controlled system develops, the photons evolve relative to each other, which is experienced by internal observers as time. This is a powerful idea. The implication of the experiment is that our environment and the whole visible universe have clock-like properties. When we look at galaxies that lay at increasing distance from us, we find that we are observing a younger and younger version of our world. The further out we look, the closer things get to the big bang. However, to arrive at the notion of a static universe, we have to find the correlating, entangled subsystem of this clock-like material world. Where in the universe is the other half of entanglement?

In practice we know that whatever goes up also comes down. A cup of hot water cannot cool down without warming up its environment a little. Entanglement acting through mirror symmetries and dualities would always produce energy conserving, symmetric spatial topology. But if this is true, than negative curving space and anti-gravity should be part of our world. This is only possible, if experience is limited to the visible part of the universe. In Einstein's general relativity the universe should have two poles, black and white holes. While black holes form point-like singularity, white holes would be sources of expansion. This quality seems to satisfy the entangled pair of the black holes. In black holes time grows so old, it stops changing, whereas in the white holes time is point-like. They expand space, so nothing, not even light can approach them and this would make their discovery a practical impossibility. However the existence of Polar Regions allow the whole of cosmos to maintain a static state. This way time stretches between the poles and forms the basis of a cosmic symmetry. Time is one directional and points toward the black holes only within gravitational regions. Moving toward the black holes would destroy not only life, but material structure as well. Reversing time is possible by moving toward the expanding white hole regions of space, but this would also mean an end to biological systems and even matter. Anti-gravity would push people, spaceships and even planets or galaxies away due to its expanding, cold influence. Support of this comes from some recent studies on vacuum, which found anti-gravity effects.

Existence and life is limited to mild gravity regions. Here we are at Home.

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