> Does time go back and forth? I don't know.
Or it could be both :-)
The classic fallacy of Scientists is duality. Matter behaving as _both_ a wave AND particle is the best proof that:
One truth does not negate another truth
But to answer your question, Time is multi-dimensional. It depends on which level you are talking about ...
From our human, biological perspective / perception time is linear (male) (to prevent insanity.)
The higher reality is that time flows in all directions (female) (non-linear) BUT one hasn't _experienced_ it all yet.
The Buddhists would say "There is only Now; the past, present and future are all Allusions" and they would partially be correct.
> "MAYBE THERE'S JUST ONE ELECTRON!" Feynman once shouted.
Indeed that is one possibility. That would explain the "Spooky Action From a Distance". It is the _same_ photon, just appearing in different phases at a different time/space.
That's the greatest thing about Feynman. He always kept an open mind. He was never a pseudo-skeptic. If he didn't know, he was motivated to suspend judgement until he knew more.
Modern science has become "Cargo Cult" thinking.
> because if there were significant amounts of antimatter in the Universe, we would expect there to be lots of 0.511 MeV gamma rays in the cosmic radiation but there is not.
First, the problem is we don't _know_ how much antimatter there is. We are making assumptions about 99.99999% of the universe based on less then %0.0000001 of what we can directly measure.
Second, how do you reckon that?
The question is not "Does extraterrestrial life exist?" but
"Why the hell do we look so similar??"
News in 2024.
Are you the Time Cube guy?