BaBar data recently analyzed might confirm that time is wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.
If you are a B meson, time may not run the same in both directions for you. This is based on a report in Physical Review Letters called "Observation of Time-Reversal Violation in the B0 Meson System" which has this abstract:
Nature Blogs's Eugenie Samuel Reich explains this HERE. If that is not clear, just watch this video:
Tangentially, this, and the episode with the little boy in the gas mask looking for his "mummy," might be the scariest of the current Dr Who episodes.
I liked Sean Carroll's brief take on this as well:
I don't even know which episode this one is. I agree about the "Are you my mummy" episode, tho.
Did you notice the later reference to "Are you my mummy"?
That clips comes from the weeping angels episode. "Don't blink!" I did not notice the mummy reference. I think I was too wibbly from all the timey wimey abstract text.
I think the Mummy reference is from a fairly recent episode. They happen to come cross a gas mask for no particular reason, and someone, I think The Doctor, picks it up and puts it half way on and says "Are you my mummy" then they just move on like nothing happened.
OK, sort of as I remembered it but not quite:
Not enough co-authors.
(But thanks for the link!)
Oooh, we don't have cable so I'm always a year behind everyone, waiting for it to come out on Netflix. I love when the show is self referential.
Me too, just Netflix here