Chronology protection conjecture, Physics

Chronology protection conjecture (S.W. Hawking)

The concept that the formation of any closed timelike curve will be destroyed automatically trhough quantum fluctuations as soon as it is formed. In other term, quantum fluctuations prevent time machines from being produced.

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