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Time Keeps On Slippin’ Into The Future – Here’s Why

Even astronomer Phil Plait finds the physics a bit confounding, but here – complete with animated cartoons – is the explanation he’s gotten from his buddy Sean Carroll, a cosmologist. (Basically, it’s all about entropy.)
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