NASA Scientists Discover Evidence of a Parallel Universe Where Laws of Physics are Reversed!


According to a study, in a scene right out of "The Twilight Zone," a team of NASA researchers conducting an experiment in Antarctica have discovered evidence of a parallel world with physics that is completely opposite to our own.


A cosmic ray detection experiment has discovered particles that may be from a parallel universe that also emerged from the Big Bang, according to the Daily Star. The idea of a parallel universe has been around since the early 1960s, largely in the imaginations of fans of sci-fi TV series and comics.


NASA's Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna, or ANITA, was transported by a massive balloon far above Antarctica, where the freezing, dry air offered the ideal setting with little to no radio noise to skew the results.


From space, there is a continuous "wind" of high-energy particles that come to Earth.


The paper claims that whereas higher-energy particles are blocked by the solid substance of our planet, low-energy, subatomic neutrinos with a mass close to zero may travel through Earth fully.


Accordingly, the detection of high-energy particles is only possible when they are traveling "down" from space. However, the team's ANITA detector discovered heavier particles, known as tau neutrinos, which are coming "up" from the Earth.


According to the Daily Star, the discovery means that these particles are really moving backward in time, providing proof of a parallel world.


According to University of Hawaii experimental particle physicist and principal ANITA scientist Peter Gorham, the tau neutrino could only behave in that manner if it transformed into a new kind of particle before traveling through the Earth and then back again.


Lead researcher Gorham remarked that he and his colleagues had seen numerous of these "impossible events," which some were dubious about, in a Cornell University report documenting the strange phenomena.


“Not everyone was comfortable with the hypothesis,” he told New Scientist.


The simplest explanation for the occurrence is that two universes, ours and one that from our viewpoint is operating in reverse with time moving backward, were created at the moment of the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago.


Of course, if there are people in a potential parallel world, they would see us as being the backward ones.


We're left with the most interesting or least interesting choices, according to Ibrahim Safa, another experimenter.

Reference: Research paper

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