In an incredible departure from Einstein's theories, scientists have found ways to make light go both faster and slower, and now researchers have found a way to make it go BACKWARDS?and when it does, it goes FASTER than usual. This research could be a window into making time travel a reality.
Researcher Robert Boyd sent a pulse of light through an optical fiber, and before it even entered the fiber, it was exiting at the other end. Boyd was able to actually see that the pulse inside the fiber was moving backward.
Does this mean we will someday be able to travel back in time?and if we do, could we effect the way the future (which is our present) turns out? The physorg.com web site quotes Boyd as saying, "I know this all sounds weird, but this is the way the world works."
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