For centuries, humans have been fascinated by the idea of time travel. Although it has always existed as a fictional concept, scientists have finally discovered real evidence of it. Researchers Till Bohmer and Thomas Blochowicz, in the study “Time reversibility during the aging of materials” published in Nature Physics, found microscopic evidence of time travel in the structure of certain materials, specifically glass.
The study found that glass has a unique structure that is constantly changing, with molecules moving into new places instead of following traditional molecular structures. This continuous movement causes glass to reverse time on a molecular level. The researchers used scattered laser light and an ultra-sensitive video camera to observe these changes and document them as they occurred.
This internal movement of glass makes it impossible for scientists to determine whether the changes are happening forward or backward in time. While it may not bring us any closer to achieving time travel, this discovery has the potential to change our understanding of materials and their properties on a fundamental level.
In 2023, a new study was released that challenges the theoretical possibility of time travel. According to this study, findings about the relationship between light and other objects indicate that time in the universe can only move forward. This revelation will certainly change people’s perspectives on time travel and its feasibility.