Classical physics make time travel impossible. But what about ‘timeless’ travel?


Classical physics make time travel impossible. But what about ‘timeless’ travel?
A pair of scientists from the UK recently published a pre-print research paper discussing the theory of a universe with no beginning. Imagine it: our universe has always existed. The Big Bang either never happened or it was simply another event in the infinite history of… itself. On the surface it sounds counter-intuitive. According to the researchers, a quantum physics paradigm called a “causal set” structure makes it possible for the universe to exist beyond its perceived origin. Per the duo’s paper: Did time ever begin? It is hard to decide which answer is more unsettling: the idea of an…
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