Discussion in 'Time Travel Discussion' started by NaturalPhilosopher, Sep 1, 2017.
Quite possibly, can you elaborate your thought further?
Yes it is. Time is influenced by speed.
Sure I can elaborate. I'm thinking that quantum time is a fluctuation of the virtual photon/pair production flux that surrounds every particle. Some alternative theories say that virtual pair production are actual pairs and if true it's an extreme exchange of real energy with the particle. The positions and electrons pop in from nothing seems like and then rush towards each other to annihiliate. If we reverse that process what would happen?
Since all time is relative movement(clock ticks in relation to the sun moving across the sky, etc) is this a more universal particle level movement we need to pay attention to?
Science knows time slows near massive bodies and when going fast, but nobody explains why. Are both those situations altering the virtual energy fluctuation around particles known as the dirac sea. Is that the same sea of energy known as the higgs field that gives matter mass? Sure seems like it's identical to me.
So if we reverse the charge polarity sign of the pairs popping in from the dirac sea of potentiality would matter then also change it's charge sign and time travel?
When an object stops moving due to time stopping, how does that actually happen? Only makes sense if there's a hidden movement of matter on the tiniest scale.
Relativity today makes no attempt to explain the causality of why it works only correlation.
Correlation doesn't mean causation.
You could say exactly the same for the previous reigning theory on motion - Newton's.
So we can assert that scientific theories concerning fundamental realities do not address causation, because they can't.
Well science is 100% about predicting the future. In other words study of causation. Just because we haven't completed a unified field theory doesn't mean it cannot be done. A dark ages mindset is claiming what can or not be done before it is.
Actually, you have that wrong. Science constructs models that predict the behavior of systems.
As was previously stated, causation isn't part of it, unless the cause is part of the model.
For example, physics can make predictions of where a billiard ball will go if struck by another ball at a specific velocity and a specific angle. But momentum includes mass, a quantity that is defined, not explained (possibly explained now with the Higgs, but the Higgs itself is not explained.)
So the actual (original) cause is not addressed, just subsequent behaviors and what those subsequent behaviors cause.
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