On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 1:50 PM, LizR <lizj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don't understand your point, are you arguing that time is asymmetric
>> or that it is not? The existence of neutral kaon decay strengthens the
>> already very strong argument that time is asymmetric, but only very
>> slightly. Yes a movie of neutral kaon decay would look slightly different
>> if run forward rather than backward, but not if you looked at the reversed
>> film in a mirror and you assumed the electrical charges were reversed. CPT
>> (Charge Parity Time) symmetry still holds true.
> > I'm arguing that time is symmetric,
Good luck winning that argument when nearly everything we observe, from
cosmology to cooking, screams at us that time is NOT symmetric.
> I don't know why there is so much fuss over Bell's inequality
> it was actually discovered before Bell died that there's a perfectly
> reasonable explanation for how his inequality can be violated that retains
> locality and realism.
John K Clark
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