Physicists claim time travel IS possible - here's all you need to know
Physicists claim time travel IS possible - here's all you need to know

Physicists claim time travel IS possible, here’s all you need to know

Physicists have speculated that parallel universes could allow for quantum leaps and even time travel.

Researchers from the Griffith University’s Center for Quantum Dynamics and the University of California came up with the Many Interacting Worlds Theory that gives a whole new perspective on the ideas underlying quantum theory.

“The idea of parallel universes in quantum mechanics has been around since 1957,” physicist Howard Wiseman said in a statement. “In the well-known ‘Many-Worlds Interpretation’, each universe branches into a bunch of new universes every time a quantum measurement is made. All possibilities are therefore realised – in some universes the dinosaur-killing asteroid missed Earth. In others, Australia was colonised by the Portuguese.”

“But critics question the reality of these other universes, since they do not influence our universe at all,” he added. “On this score, our “Many Interacting Worlds” approach is completely different, as its name implies.”

There are three main points to the MIW theory, according to the Griffith statement. First, that the universe we live in is just one of an unknown “gigantic” number of worlds, some of which are “almost identical to ours,” but most are “very different.” Second, all of the worlds are “equally real,” existing continuously through time with precisely defined properties.Third, quantum phenomena arise from “a universal force of repulsion between ‘nearby’ (i.e. similar) worlds, which tends to make them more dissimilar.”

“All quantum effects arise from, and only from, the interaction between worlds,“ the physicists explained in their abstract.

Hall said the radical new theory may even create the extraordinary possibility of testing for the existence of other worlds.

“The beauty of our approach is that if there is just one world our theory reduces to Newtonian mechanics, while if there is a gigantic number of worlds it reproduces quantum mechanics,” he said in the statement. “In between it predicts something new that is neither Newton’s theory nor quantum theory. We also believe that, in providing a new mental picture of quantum effects, it will be useful in planning experiments to test and exploit quantum phenomena.”

American theoretical physicist Richard Feynman once noted: “I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” And the MIW group admits that their theory is a bit out there.

“Any explanation of quantum phenomena is going to be weird, and standard quantum mechanics does not really offer any explanation at all ‒ it just makes predictions for laboratory experiments,” Wiseman told the Huffington Post in an email. “Our new explanation… is that there are ordinary [non-quantum] parallel worlds which interact in a particular and subtle way.”

Motherboard asked if the theory suggests that humans might someday be able to interact with other universes.

“It’s not part of our theory,” Wiseman replied. “But the idea of [human] interactions with other universes is no longer pure fantasy.”

Others in the quantum mechanics field ranged from skepticism to excitement, Huffington Post reported, noting there is no consensus on whether “many interacting worlds” exist or interact.

“There are some who are completely happy with their own interpretations of QM, and we are unlikely to change their minds,” Wiseman said in his email. “But I think there are many who are not happy with any of the current interpretations, and it is those who will probably be most interested in ours. I hope some will be interested enough to start working on it soon, because there are so many questions to answer.”


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    1. I am not willing to give an entire thesis as to the great number ways that the above article is so destructive,
      outside of the fact that it represents the level of poor science which has infiltrated mainstream
      academia. I would suggest reading up on biocentricity first.
      To help make my point I offer some simple questions to ponder.
      What is the distance between any two points in a quantum singularity?
      What is the distance between any two points in an expanded singularity?
      where is the zero point of the universe located?
      if length is factor distance over time, and time is relative to the observer, who’s ruler do you use?

    2. There just are no real scientists any more!

    3. I have believed for years now that we travel to parallel universes for years now. I do not believe in death. Religions beliefs are that after death people go to heaven. However I am not religious and have been through two experiences that have shown me that there is a continued existence after our bodies die. I look forward to the future studies I this field.

    4. This theory makes for great science fiction and fantasy, but there is no evidence. It’s all good to make wild claims, you just have to back it up with something or else people will rightly deem you delusional.

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