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<p>However, for the sake of cl...

However, for the sake of clarity, there’s two points I need to make first:

  1. Time crystals are a wickedly difficult concept to understand and even harder to explain.
  2. The Google team might have created time crystals. This is pre-print research and has yet to receive full peer-review. Until the rest of the scientific community has time to review and replicate the work, we can’t say for sure it’s legitimate.

In colloquial terms, it’s a big screw you to Sir Isaac Newton.

Time crystals are a new phase of matter. For the sake of simplicity, let’s imagine a cube of ice.

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