An exciting novel discovery in Antarctica has made the whole scientific circle boosted presenting the first physical proof of a parallel universe.

Perhaps, parallel universes might sound like fiction to you. But this idea has an origin which runs back to a large number of years. The physicists who are now in the modern world believe that this idea isn’t only able to exist with conventional physics but also with the explanations in quantum physics. 

An exciting novel discovery in Antarctica has made the whole scientific circle boosted presenting the first physical proof of a parallel universe. 

The scientists who are working for NASA’s Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) are now conducting a cosmic ray detection experiment. They have selected Antarctica as the ideal area for such an experiment due to the continuous wind of high-energy particles raining from outer space.

ANITA Antarctic Hang Test/University of Hawai’i at Manoa

May be you’re wondering about ANITA. Well, ANITA is a stratospheric balloon which transports quite complicated equipment into the high sky of Antarctica. This can ferry the instruments over a million square kilometers. All these ferried instruments go in search of heavier tau neutrinos trapped by solid-state matter. But when these instruments won’t find such typed particles they’ll soon move “down” towards the Earth.

Amidst the project the NASA scientists who are working on the ANITA discovered tau neutrino particles moving upwards from them, making all of them surprised. This incident implied that they’re shifting backward in time. 

Peter Gorham who is the principal ANITA investigator and an experimental particle physicist at the University of Hawaii, states that he was amazed by this accidental incident and searched for computational or equipment glitches to carry out further explanations on the novel finding.  

“What we saw is something that looked just like a cosmic ray, as seen in reflection off the ice sheet, but it wasn’t reflected,” stated Gorham. “It was as if the cosmic ray had come out of the ice itself. A very strange thing. So we published a paper on that, we just suggested that this was in pretty strong tension with the standard model of physics.”

Gorham continues stating, “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.”

The simplest theory which explains the existence of another universe is the Big Bang Theory which is on the grand explosion which took place 13.8 billion years ago. There it is said that another mirror universe was formed by the explosion in which time runs in reverse. This suggests verbal evidence for the existence of another universe. But the inhabitants of that universe won’t experience a reverse in time. Instead they’ll feel our universe going backward in time, not them.  

“Not everyone was comfortable with the hypothesis,” Gorham stated the New Scientist. 

There’s another possibility to accept the concept of parallel universes due to the inundation of Earth from cosmic rays from a supernova blast that stabbed our planet. 

At present many scientists have agreed with the idea about the existence of multiple universes. Several years back, astronomers found proof of a “bruise” on our universe. They suggested that it was due to a large ancient collision with another parallel universe. At present the area with the bruise has an extreme “cold spot” . 

And also the final paper of Stephen Hawking which was released soon after his death proposed a theory to explain the alternate universes.

Source of the information: www.dailystar.co.uk