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September 03, 2018 Monday 12:50:16 PM IST

Wanna travel backwards in time?

Science Innovations

Childhood is the most amazing part of life’s seasons. What if it is possible to travel backwards in time and revisit our golden childhood days? A new study reveals that it is possible to travel backward in time and redo the memorable events, though theoretically!

You might have enjoyed the night sky with numerous twinkling stars. Do they actually twinkle? Jon Hakkila and co-workers from the College of Charleston in South Carolina studied the light rays (gamma rays) emitted from the collision of two stars and found that the resultant pulses resembled reflections in a mirror and are reversed in time.

This invention can form a strong theoretical basis in revealing the mysteries of black holes. In future, would it be possible to develop a real life on Earth, as in “star war movies”?!

 


Source: https://www.livescience.com/63415-time-reversed-structures-gamma-ray-bursts.html

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