Physics tackles some of the most profound questions we can imagine, such as why time appears to move forward but never backward. In Physical Review E (PRE), a journal published by APS, physicists recently attempted to reconcile two different definitions of time’s flow. One definition is based on our psychological experience, in which we can never remember the future, and another comes from the branch of physics known as thermodynamics, in which time’s flow is defined by the universe moving into a more and more disorganized arrangement. Inside Science News Service covered the recent PRE paper in a news article.
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