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Moscow's Mad Scientists Have Figured Out How To Warp Time Reader 03/14/2019 (Thu) 02:23:50 Id: 8a7f82 [Preview] No. 14188
Moscow's Mad Scientists Have Figured Out How To Warp Time As Putin Seeks To Dominate Space-Time Continuum

Lead researcher Dr Gordey Lesovik, of Moscow’s Laboratory of the Physics of Quantum Information at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, said: “We have artificially created a state that evolves in a direction opposite to that of the thermodynamic arrow of time.”

His team used a rudimentary quantum computer, which carries information on subatomic particles. He hopes their findings, in journal Scientific Reports, will help improve processing power.

So how does it work? Well the time machine is actually a rudimentary quantum computer made up of electron qubits.

A qubit is a the basic unit of quantum information – a unit that represents one, zero, and both one and zero at the same time.

Researchers ran an "evolution program", which caused the qubits to enter a complicated changing pattern of ones and zeroes.

And during this process, the order was lost – like hitting balls at the start of a game of pool.

A separate program then modified the state of this quantum computer so that it evolved backwards, returning from chaos to order.

This allowed the qubits to return to their original starting point.

Scientists were able to perform this so-called "time reversal" successfully 85 per cent of the time with two qubits, and had a 50 per cent success rate with three qubits.

The team were able to then calculate the probability of a "smeared out" electron spontaneously "localising" back to its recent past – travelling through time, in effect.

And it turns out that if you observe 10billion freshly localised electrons every second for 13.7billion years, you'd only see this happen once.

And even then, the electron would only travel no more than a ten-billionth of a second into the past.

That's not ideal, because not being able to predict time-reversal makes the system useless to scientists.

That's why it's so important that scientists were able to successfully "reverse time on demand" with a quantum computer.

No doubt this technology will be seeked by demonic tyrannts around the world to control and end Man's destiny.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/8624077/time-machine-experiment-quantum-physics-electrons/
https://web.archive.org/web/20190314010451/https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/8624077/time-machine-experiment-quantum-physics-electrons/



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