A pay-walled report by New Scientist on April 8 titled "We may have spotted a parallel universe going backwards in time". That is what many information studies appear to be suggesting, attributing the "finding" to NASA scientists. These particles are creating hypothesis as a result of rising up from the Earth whereas nonetheless containing a excessive stage of power, one thing that contradicts our understanding that these high-energy particles are exclusively detectable after they fall from area.
Speaking of discoveries in Antarctica, scientists also found something unusual happening to the frozen continent. According to these findings, NASA scientists believe they may have stumbled upon a parallel universe because these particles are believed to be traveling backward in time, something that most people believe to be impossible. The group of scientists working for NASA's ANITA used a giant balloon to haul it high above the Antarctic region where there is cold dry air that offers the right environmental conditions to apply it as it is very little or nearly no radio noise that could distort its findings. The ANITA telescope can "find" neutrinos from space and collide with the matter on the ice sheet in Antarctica.More news: Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning win charity golf match in Hobe Sound
That means the high-energy particles can only be detected coming "down" from space, but ANITA apparently detected heavier particles which seemed to come "up" out of Earth.
Australian science agency CSIRO honorary fellow Ron Ekers says that they have known about the anomalies and have been discussing them as early as 2016.More news: The New York Times is honoring coronavirus victims by listing their names
Media outlets from around the world used research out of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa to promote a theory about parallel universes.
"'Exotic physics' could be the place this idea of a parallel universe matches into the dialog". "After four years there has been no satisfactory explanation of the anomalous events seen by ANITA [NASA's Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna] so this is very frustrating, especially to those involved". "So now, if these events are real and not just due to oddities in the detector, then they could be pointing to physics beyond the Standard Model", said Alex Pizzuto, one of the leads on the paper published in The Astrophysical Journal. Errors are a a part of scientific experiments when researchers attempt exhausting to seek out one thing new. However, Neil Turok from the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics theorized that these particles that were discovered may be right-handed neutrinos that are moving backwards in time.More news: Elon Musk’s SpaceX to launch first astronauts from USA soil since 2011