Quantum Physicists Suggest The Future Might Be Influencing The Past

by Conscious Reminder

The world we live in full of amazement and wonder. And everyday scientists are trying to solve the mystery that world is, and all their findings do is to fill us with even more awe.

Quantum physicists and quantum mechanics over the world are trying to solve the mysteries of time and whether or not its nature is linear.

Even how matter exists can be changed by perception alone. The double slit experiment has proven that the wave and particle nature of matter can be changed when we look hard enough at something.

If this revelation wasn’t enough, there is now news that time doesn’t function like the way we always thought.

It has been an age old belief that the past influences the future. And our actions today have effects on the events in the future. But what if someone told you that the future can influence the past?

Or that the actions which will be taken in the future can reach back in time and alter the events of the past?

This theory is called retrocausality and it posits that events in the future affect the past. This is explained by the fact that time might not be completely linear.

Instead of moving straight forward in just one direction, time sort of vibrates and moves forward as well as backward.

Although, this theory has not yet been proved true beyond doubt; there are many scientists who are ready to debate in favor of and against the notion.

Those in favor of it compare time with particles and wave nature of matter and argue if time doesn’t necessarily move in one single direction, there is nothing stopping it from moving backwards.

Just like classical physics explains the rather weird nature of particles and waves, quantum physics too should be able to do the same.

A lot of research is yet to prove these points but the possibility is exciting nonetheless.

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