Question: Within the context of quantum mechanic, what is the behavior of TIME ?
What I read from TFA is that they observe a certain particle at the before time frame, and then compare it with another particle at the after time frame, and found some "entanglement"
What if the experiment is carried out on the reverse --- someone checking out a particle at the after time frame and then, some others compare it with another particle at the before time frame and see if they entangle or not
I do understand that experiment that I have just described can't not happen with the limited technology that we have, for the after can not happen _before_ the before
That's why I am falling back to my original question --- what is the behavior of TIME within the context of quantum mechanic ?
Can an "after" happen _before_ a "before" ?