An international group of scientists have been able to cheat the laws of thermodynamics, causing the computer to go back in time a fraction of a second.
One of the main tenets of modern science – the movement of time on one line from past to future. To change the course of time, as we’re told by all modern researchers.
Russian scientist Gordey Lesovik from Moscow a few years ago revealed violations of the law of thermodynamics at the quantum level. And now finally managed to send one electron to the point where it was 0.06 nanoseconds ago, thereby bypassing the seemingly fundamental law of thermodynamics.
This is one of a series of works devoted to the possibility to violate the second law of thermodynamics – the law of physics, closely related to the distinction between past and future. Now we come to the problem with a third party – we artificially create such a state system, which itself develops in reverse from the point of view of the second side. says Gordey Lesovik from Moscow physical-technical Institute in Dolgoprudny.