Set in 2015, a highly classified experiment goes awry and as a result the entire universe including non-observable and all multiverses are trapped in an infinite time loop whereby each cycle lasts 24 hours. If our memories can be carried over from one cycle to the next but everything must eventually reset to the same exact setting at the start of the next cycle, can the modern civilization still be able to improve on existing technology such as developing commercialized flying cars or pocket size fusion reactor that comes with energy storage just to name a few?
Allow me to clarify/set the rules:
- The entire universe inclusively starts and ends each time loop at different timing as the disruption of time-space ripples from the point of man made accident at the speed of light.
- The duration of each time loop lasts exactly 24 hours.
- All changes made during the time loop will be reverted/rolled back to exactly match the setting when the disruption took place.
- All memories inclusively is carried over to the next cycle in the form of an intuition.
- Only memories that involves bio-chemical process within the human's brain in the absent of any artificial means is carried over.
- Whether does anyone realize about the time loop is irrelevant as the disruption of space-time cannot be slowed, stopped or reversed.
- No two time loops are the same unless "if you roll the dice enough times..."
- I'll take a break then continue later to cover a few loopholes :)
Excellent answer if any must devise scientific proven way(s) for civilization to progress technologically within the rules stated, and such progress would eventually leads to the development of commercial flying cars etc in at least one of the time loop.