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Why does time have a direction, great minds wonder

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On a great cruise. Here’s a conference that investigates the nature of time:

his conference will bring together leading researchers across a wide range of fields within physics and cosmology, as well as from computer science, complex systems, biology, philosophy, and psychology. The participants will discuss a number of interrelated foundational questions related to the nature of time.

– How does time “flow”?

– Why does time have a direction?

– How does the universe evolve?

– What does it mean to record a memory?

– What does it mean to perform a computation?

– What happens as we think?

– How does complexity emerge?

– How do organisms age?

– How do species and genomes evolve?

All perfect thing for a cruise. You dock and who cares?

Hat tip: Pos-Darwinista

6 Replies to “Why does time have a direction, great minds wonder

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    Mung says:

    Is time a natural phenomenon?

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    bornagain77 says:

    Chuck Missler: The Dilation Of Time – short video
    http://www.disclose.tv/action/....._Of_Time_/

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    material.infantacy says:

    Perhaps time can be considered an artifact of a limited speed for light.

    I’ve also heard it suggested that entropy may indicate the arrow for time.

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    bornagain77 says:

    of related note:

    Time Dilation – General and Special Relativity – Chuck Missler – Video – With reflections on the (empirically verified) Theistic structure of reality in the description; of note; the atheistic conjectures for a infinity of multiverses, as well as string theory, and M-theory, have no empirical verification!
    http://www.metacafe.com/w/7013215/

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    bornagain77 says:

    As to why God only allows a forward direction of time, it must be that there are ‘timeless’ consequences for actions performed within time by contingent beings that would threaten the structural, and logical integrity, of the contingent reality the contingent beings are based in.

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