NASA Scientists Detect Parallel Universe Where Time Runs Backward

Rodiano Bonacci
Mag 21, 2020

The experts, in an experiment being carried out in Antarctica, used a giant balloon to carry NASA's Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna, or ANITA, high above Antarctica, where there would be no radio noise to distort its findings.

A group of NASA scientists has detected evidence of a parallel universe - where the rules of physics must be the opposite of our own.

CNET notes that the initial report claiming that scientists found evidence of a parallel universe appears on New Scientist in an article behind a paywall that may have caused subsequent reports to be based entirely on the opening paragraphs, which are visible for free.

"It was as if the cosmic ray had come out of the ice itself".

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

That means the high-energy particles can only be detected coming "down" from space, but the team's ANITA detected a heavier particle, so-called tau neutrinos, which come "up" out of the Earth.

Gorham explained that the Big Bang, which happened almost 14 billion years ago, likely resulted in the formation of two universes - the one that the people of Earth live in and another where everything operates in reverse.

But not everyone is convinced.

"The unusual ANITA events have been known and discussed since 2016", said Ron Ekers, an honorary fellow at Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

Pat Scott, an astroparticle phenomenologist at the University of Queensland, said that while the theory was "plausible" there were myriad of other theories that could account for ANITA's detections.

"Whilst parallel universes sound exciting and sexy when discussing the ANITA signal, alternative ideas are still on the table", Lewis added.

"There's nothing that necessarily makes it a detection of a parallel universe", Scott told CNET.

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