Saturday, October 20, 2012
DEBUNKING the TIME TRAVEL MYTH.
Causality (also referred to as causation and commonly refers to the relationship between an event (the cause) and a second (later) event (the effect), where the second event is understood as a consequence of the first. Please remember that little word: later
Now the Second Law of Thermodynamics, discovered in the 19th century, helps define an arrow of time. This provides an opportunity to physically describe how causes differ from effects: The sum of effects can never have lower entropy than the sum of causes.
However, if we could go back in time, we should find that on the contrary the sum of effects have indeed a lower entropy that the sum of causes, so the Law of Entropy collapses.
Hume defines causality with these terms:
1. "The cause and effect must be contiguous in space and time."
2. "The cause must be prior to the effect."
3. "There must be a constant union betwixt the cause and effect. 'Tis chiefly this quality, that constitutes the relation."
If someone goes back in time he, the effect is prior to his cause (the parents.)
But there are more fundamental contradictions, because that presumed jump back in time cannot be isolated from the rest of the time-space continuum, so all the effects come prior to the causes, which is totally and absolutely impossible and absurd.
The universe can be seen as an infinite chain of events following one after another according to the law of cause and effect.
So, those who talk about going back in time are denying the Universe including themselves of course.
Why? Simply because nobody lives in a personal, individual time-space continuum. We all share the same space-time continuum, and consequently, if one individual goes back in time, the whole Universe goes back with him.
As we , here and now, know this didn’t happen and will never happen.
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