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http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/arxiv/27030/

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The idea is straightforward (no really!). Metamaterials can be made to behave like ordinary space with two dimensions of space and one of time. But they can also be made to behave like other types of spaces, with two dimensions of time and one of space, for example.

Smolyaninov points out that an interesting situation occurs when these two materials are place end on. If a time dimension is perpendicular to a space dimension, it simply hits a dead end. In other words, time runs out.
Combine this with the Time Cloaker that just came out, and you're a modern day Dr.Who.
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This is all based on the assumption that Time is fluid and has movement. Where is the proof that Time "moves" at all ?
    
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This is all based on the assumption that Time is fluid and has movement. Where is the proof that Time "moves" at all ?
What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
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Where is the proof that Time "moves" at all ?
The fact that tomorrow is not yesterday is something of a clue.

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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
That's a quirk of one's neurological processes, not of time.
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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
Electrical misfire in the brain. Epileptics experience it many times a day due the chaotic electrical signals inherent in their condition.

Instead of sensory input passing to the short-term memory it goes directly to long-term memory, hence why you think you've experienced an event previously.
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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
I have too, and I honestly believe that they are real. This is however my opinion and there is no proof of this.

Edit to add: And even if Deja Vu is real, it does not mean that time has movement. It could very well mean that Time is fixed, and that our viewpoint changes.
    
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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
this, i have deja vu so much, one time i was eating an icecream on the wall and i knew it felt similar (i never did this in the past before), this universe is too complex to comprehend.
    
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This is all based on the assumption that Time is fluid and has movement. Where is the proof that Time "moves" at all ?
Dude, come on....
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Where is the proof that Time "moves" at all ?
[QUOTE]=Blameless;14351151]The fact that tomorrow is not yesterday is something of a clue.

QUOTE]

This is by no means a fact. It is an assumption. Again: Where is one shred of proof of this?
    
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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
While you dream, your mind can put together a random combination of events that could happen based on what has happened. It's happened to me a couple of times. It's blurry in my mind but it's still there. Then I remember the whole event while the event is occuring. The thought "hasn't this happened before" just enters my head a leaves since I know I've seen it in somewhere like a dream since the exact same thing can't happen twice.
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