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Entropy 2005, 7(4), 208-220; doi:10.3390/e7040208
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Two-way thermodynamics: Could it really happen?

Received: 15 April 2005; Accepted: 20 September 2005 / Published: 6 October 2005
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Recent Advances in Entanglement and Quantum Information Theory)
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Abstract: In previous publications I have suggested that opposite thermodynamic arrows of time could coexist in our universe. This letter responds to the comments of H. D. Zeh (previous letter in this journal).
Keywords: time's arrows; two-time boundary conditions; causality; cosmology; quantum measurement theory time's arrows; two-time boundary conditions; causality; cosmology; quantum measurement theory
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Schulman, L.S. Two-way thermodynamics: Could it really happen? Entropy 2005, 7, 208-220.

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Schulman LS. Two-way thermodynamics: Could it really happen? Entropy. 2005; 7(4):208-220.

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Schulman, L. S. 2005. "Two-way thermodynamics: Could it really happen?" Entropy 7, no. 4: 208-220.


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