Do antiqubits go backwards in time?
Based on the notion of thermal time corresponding to a quantum system , we show that time also moves forward in thermal time derived from an antiqubit, i.e., a system with negative information. The concept of thermal time can thus be applied to entangled quantum systems.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 05 March 2014
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