Reversing Time’s Arrow: Qubit Simulated Particle Regression

In 1927, British plumian professor of astronomy at the University of Cambridge, Arthur Stanley Eddington, developed the concept of time's arrow, which he sought to use to better explicate the asymmetry or mono-directionality of time. One year later, in 1928, Eddington described the concept in his book, The Nature of the Physical World, "Let us… Continue reading Reversing Time’s Arrow: Qubit Simulated Particle Regression