On 1/8/2014 10:58 AM, John Clark wrote:

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On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 2:59 PM, Jesse Mazer <laserma...@gmail.com<mailto:laserma...@gmail.com>> wrote:> Well, most physicists already agrees physics is time-symmetricI think you would have enormous difficulty finding one single physicist on the face ofthe earth who says time is symmetrical.... well OK,... maybe a physicist who just hag astroke. You could find many that think Quantum Mechanics states time is symmetrical, oralmost symmetrical. So much the worse for Quantum Mechanics.

`The equations of evolution are CPT invariant (with possible exceptions from GR). Vic`

`Stenger has written a book "Timeless Reality" in which he shows that the counter-intuitive`

`aspects of QM, like violation of Bell's inequality, can be explained by this`

`time-symmetry. Costa de Beauregard first proposed this analysis of EPR. All the`

`physicists I know regard the second law of thermodynamics as a statistical, not`

`fundamental, law. That's why statistical mechanics can be used to derive the second law`

`for simple systems.`

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