Scientists Discover Evidence of Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backward
[Editor's Note: This story has been updated on the site with a new headline "No, Scientists May Not Have Discovered Evidence of Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backward." Below, I have reprinted the original story, simply because it's much more interesting. Remember, you can't believe anything you read online, including this disclaimer. Good luck!]
By Eric Brown / The Mind Unleashed
The existence of parallel universes sounds like science fiction, but over the years a number of prominent physicists have come to believe the idea is not only compatible with conventional physics but that it may explain some of the anomalies in quantum theory.
Scientists working for NASA's Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) have been conducting a cosmic ray detection experiment. Antarctica is the ideal environment for such an endeavor because a persistent wind of high-energy particles rains down from outer space unperturbed by radio noise.
However, ANITA scientists discovered something surprising: tau neutrino particles that seem to be arising "up" from the Earth, implying that they're moving backward in time.
Principal ANITA investigator Peter Gorham, an experimental particle physicist at the University of Hawaii, says he was surprised by this and checked for computational or equipment glitches to explain the finding.
Gorham says these "impossible events" are controversial but "could indicate that we're actually seeing a new class of sub-atomic particle that's very penetrating. Even more penetrating than a neutrino, which is pretty hard to do. This particle would be passing through almost the entire earth. So this could be an indication of some new type of physics, what we call beyond the standard model of physics."
Surprisingly enough, one of the simplest explanations for such a finding is that when the Big Bang occurred 13.8 billion years ago, it formed both our universe and a mirror universe where time flows in reverse. Inhabitants of that universe would likely not experience time going backward but would rather perceive us as the reverse universe.
Another possibility is that the Earth was inundated from cosmic rays from a supernova blast that penetrated our planet.
Scientists have increasingly come to accept the possibility of multiple universes. A few years ago astronomers considered evidence of a "bruise" on our universe, an anomalous "cold spot" that could represent an ancient collision with another universe in the multiverse.
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