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Are you going now?  Scientists manage to create “time travel”;  See how

Are you going now? Scientists manage to create “time travel”; See how

a time travel It is one of the most discussed topics in science fiction. However, real studies on this topic have existed for a long time and have remained unchanged until today. It appears that a team of scientists has made significant progress with this approach.

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According to El País, a team from the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the University of Vienna has found a way to speed up, slow down, and even go back in time. The system uses quantitative knowledge to make it workable.

Study finds a way to “time travel”

When we think of the quantum universe, we’re dealing with the smallest particles that are ubiquitous in space, on Earth and beyond. The conventional laws of physics don’t apply 100% in this universe full of particles called qubits. They are able to exist in more than one state at the same time, and this process is called quantum entanglement.

In practice, researchers from the aforementioned institutes have figured out how to make the time of these particles move forward or backward. This may be the first experiment capable of demonstrating what the “journey” to the future or past would be like.

“In the theater, a movie is shown from beginning to end, regardless of what the audience wants. But at home we have the remote control to manipulate the movie. We can go back to a previous scene or skip several scenes forward,” compares researcher Miguel Navasquez, co-author of the study. The comparison says that the “theater” would represent classical physics, while the “home” would be the quantum realm.

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Particles transported to the “past”

Studies have shown that it is possible to restore an electron and a photon to their previous state. This means that they were able to make this particle go back in time. However, repeating such a process on larger people or objects is still considered virtually impossible.

“If we could lock a person in a box without any outside influences, that would theoretically be possible. But with our currently available protocols, the probability of success would be very, very low.”

It would take millions of years to return a person back in time.

The scientist also said that the return time of anything depends on the amount of information in it. “A person is a physical system that contains a huge amount of information. It would take millions of years to rejuvenate a person in less than a second, so it is meaningless.”

However, the research is taking a leap forward in studies of temporal linearity throughout the universe.