In article <ey3vh6oiyse.fsf at lostwithiel.tfeb.org>,
Tim Bradshaw <tfb at tfeb.org> wrote:
>I doubt this. Causality violation is absolutely toxic, in the sense
>that if you have a causality violation you basically have no laws at
>all -- or alternatively any rules you want!
Not necessarily; they may just not apply all the time.
Anyway, I now hear that someone has managed to reproduce, in a lab, something
I was earlier told was impossible, about once a month. I consider modern
physics to be a kind of magic, and I don't see that it makes any difference to
me either way. :)
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