Time Symmetry

Jan 6, 2020

Time symmetry is a powerful tool in theoretical physics. Symmetry in physics means invariance – lack of change- under any kind of transformation. It has become evident over the years that practically all laws of nature originate in symmetries. Physics is the study of that symmetry.

One of the prevailing concepts about time is that you can reverse the symmetry of time.

The reversal of time is only relevant in social interactions where one can observe the symmetrical nature of interactions. Where you see symmetrical interactions and asymmetrical interactions. This is accomplished on a singularity of one’s person and their self-assessment of evaluation in the present state.

In astro-physics in recent experiment if you have three moving objects (black holes) moving towards each other and past each other in complicated orbits. In the end one black hole leaves the other two. The second simulation starts with the end of the first situation and the escaped third black hole tries to turn back time to the initial situation. It turns out that time cannot be reversed in 5 percent of the calculations.

The scientist involved explained irreversibility using the concept of the Planck length. “The movement of the three black holes can be so enormously chaotic that something as small as the Planck length will influence the movements. The disturbances the size of the Planck length have an exponential effect and break the time symmetry.”

They further add, “So not being able to turn back time is no longer just a statistical argument. It is already hidden in the basic laws of nature.”

This aligns itself with Einstein Laws of Relativity and Hawking’s idea of the concept of time being a singularity in its origin. Time having its own sub space and being 2 dimensional.

Time as an elementary force particle having 0 mass ,0 energy, 0 spin until it is disturbed by mass occupying space, spin and velocity. Having an X, Y, Z axis with a starting singularity of 0. It would bounce from its zero state T = zero to T = + 1, or -1.
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Nov 11, 2019
I have to wonder if something like the potential of three black holes coming into proximity with one another has ever occurred in the universe to date. I would imagine it would be quite the astounding occurrence.
Jan 6, 2020
They already have evidence where two black holes merge into one. I am sure there exists 3 black holes that orbit each other but it would be extremely hard to detect at this time.
Black holes come in different flavors (sizes and densities etc.) So, you have 3 Black holes name them simply, 1,2,3 with one being a small black hole, two being a mid-size hole and three being a super black hole. All 3 are orbiting each other in whatever elliptical orbits. 1 loses its kinetic energy to 2 and 2 absorbs it creating a larger black hole. Now you have two objects orbiting each other and just say that 2 gets absorbed by number 3. Now 3 has increased its size 2-fold.

It is like looking at a roulette wheel. You spin the wheel and throw the steel ball into an elliptical orbit around the wheel. Over time the steel ball will lose its kinetic energy when it reaches the event horizon it will fall towards the center. Kinetic energy never reaches 0 but carries some energy across as it gets absorbed by the larger object.