Velocity reversal and the arrows of time

Foundations of Physics 18 (12):1205-1212 (1988)
Abstract
Agendanken experiment is proposed for distinguishing between two models accounting for the macroscopic arrow of time. The experiment involves the veloeity revesal of components of an isolated system, and the two models give contrasting predictions as to its behavior
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