1. Nor you have proven or can prove your argument either! ...1. It is not my job to come up with a counter-example to my own argument.
2. All you have succeeded in convincing me is that further discussion is a waste of time.
2. It would also help if you were not kind of cantankerous, sometimes.
Have you read the whole thread? There was a dispute, not exactly what you're asking though, and was resolved back then (about whether, at least in everyday macroscopic life, we can tell apart the two possible directions of time):
(Proven wrong:)As long as time moves in the same direction for everything, it does not matter whether that direction is labelled "forward" or "backward". Ripples from a rock dropped in a pond will appear to move outward either way.
The smaller the circles the lower the entropy ... thus more into the "future", thus inwards. q.e.d
No, only if you choose the false direction, as you suggested.
"Time reversal" is a tricky thing! ...
[In Particle Physics it may be a symmetry, but not in everyday life ...]