NASA Scientists Find Evidence Of Parallel Universe Where Time Runs Backward

NASA's Operation IceBridge Studies Ice Loss In Antarctica

NASA's Operation IceBridge Studies Ice Loss In Antarctica

A group of NASA scientists working on an experiment in Antarctica may have detected evidence of a parallel universe. A universe in which the rules of physics are the opposite of ours, therefore time runs backwards.

Since the 1960's, people have found fascination in the concept of a parallel universe, but they were mostly fans of sci-fi TV shows and comic books. Now a 'cosmic ray detection' experiment has found particles that could be from another realm that also began in the Big Band, the Daily Star reported. The findings they discovered imply that these particles are actually traveling backward in time, suggesting evidence of a parallel universe.

Principal ANITA investigator Peter Gorham, an experimental particle physicist at the University of Hawaii, noted that he and his researches had seen several "impossible events." “Not everyone was comfortable with the hypothesis,” he told New Scientist.

The most simple explanation they say is that at the moment of the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago, two universes were formed. One being ours and the other a perspective running in reverse.

More details and information of the actual study done can be found here.

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