Sandip Dhore

Can quantum physics reveal previous events?  

Because quantum physics admits all possibilities, studying past occurrences may be a viable task.

I think that energy holds particle, particle-wave duality or matter and performs the function of absorption and emission with varied patterns.  

By which events occur, which is directly related to the fundamental particle energy.  

After the occurrence of an event, the energy present in the related particle, particle-wave duality or matter becomes inactive.  

If we can activate the passive energy in the particles of the past in the cosmos, we may be able to observe previous occurrences in the future.

I'm not sure if my statements are illogical or reasonable, but I believe both are possible.

The energy in the cosmos can be active or inactive, but it cannot be depleted.

Perhaps quantum physics will one day reveal us past occurrences in the future.