I have been a “trekkie” probably almost all my life. And like many of you, I think Star Trek: the Next Generation was the best series to-date. Like many of you, I especially like the hope for humanity’s future ST represents.
Anyways, my question. I was recently watching the ST: TNG series finale “All Good Things” on cable and a local tv station. And they mentioned the very interesting theory of “anti-time”. They said it was a “relatively recent” theory, which for the time the series is set could be now, or in our immediate future.
Is there really such a theory in physics now as anti-time? In “All Good Things” they said its relation to ordinary time is analagous to matter to anti-matter. This certainly makes sense to me at least.
I did a couple of brief searches of the internet. And so far, I can’t find “anti-time” in any context except ST: TNG. Could this really be another ingenius invention of the writers of ST? Or did they get it from some place else?
Thank you in advance to all who reply:)