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Volume 3, Issue 1, 2010

 

On The Arrow of Time
Lucian Miti Ionescu


Abstract
The interface between classical physics and quantum physics is explained in terms of the qubit
model for quantum interactions, within the framework of Quantum Information Theory. The waveparticle duality emerges naturally, having its roots in the creation and annihilation of possibilities: quantum logic. The arrow of time is a relative concept, encoding the system-observer hierarchy. As a byproduct, an explanation for the “missing” anti-matter is proposed, based on the CPT-Theorem in the context of Feynman Processes. A digression regarding the nature of mass leads to a connection between the fine-structure constant
and algebraic number theory.  Full Article