Retrocausality, Time Travel and Quantum Mechanics

time travel, retrocausality, quantum mechanics

The indistinctness of quantum mechanics creates a band of troubles, from maliciously shifting time-of-flight computations between satellites to mudding up Newton’s elegant, all-seeing physical examples of the universe. However, when it concerns subjects as ethereal as the New Physics, integrating really harebrained concepts like negative mass and, yes, time travel, …

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