arrow of time

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Etymology[edit]

Reported coined in 1927.

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Noun[edit]

arrow of time ‎(uncountable)

  1. (physics) A term used to distinguish a direction of time within a four-dimensional relativistic view of the cosmos.
  2. (philosophy) The subjective feeling of movement from past to future.
  3. Entropy.

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