History and Philosophy of Physics


The Placement of Two-sided Time in Physics

Authors: Stephen P. Smith

This note describes two-sided time, as different to time as a one-way flow. Possible investigations of two-sided time in physics are recommended in areas pertaining to: the second law of thermodynamics; treating gravity as an echo returning through an aether; a chronology of cosmic inflation; in the standard model of physics; and in the holographic principle.

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