Scientists have found evidence of time travel at a microscopic level, challenging the notion that it is a figment of the imagination. A study conducted by researchers at the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany delves into how time behaves in the structure of materials like glass. Glass molecules move to different locations, effectively reversing time on a molecular level.
To test this concept, scattered laser light was used to observe the glass structures. The researchers witnessed the glass samples pushing and reforming into new arrangements. Due to the way glass moves around internally, scientists cannot definitively determine if the changes are occurring forwards or backwards. However, this knowledge will certainly alter the way we think about certain materials used daily.
This discovery comes after a new study in 2023 that challenges our understanding of the feasibility of time travel. The research suggests that time in the universe is unidirectional, all due to a new study into light and its relationship with other objects. Despite these findings, humans may still be able to manipulate time on a smaller scale through scientific advancements and technological developments.