Neutral Kaon exception
The behavior of a particle called the neutral Kaon provides an exception to the generalization that physical processes are time-symmetric AND this asymmetry may account for the time-asymmetry expressed by the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
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The physics of time »The physics of time
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Asymmetric physical processes »Asymmetric physical processes
Neutral Kaon exception
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