Feynman’s Time

Stochastic and probabilistic, an arrow that points one way only in that it favors likely events over unlikely ones.

From “Richard Feynman on the Distinction between Future and Past” by Jørgen Veisdal:

“There should be somewhere in the works some kind of principle that Uxles only make Wuxles, and never vica versa, and so the world is turning from Uxley character to Wuxley character all the time — and this one-way business of the interactions of things should be the thing that makes the whole phenomena of the world seem to go one way.”

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