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NASA Scientists Discover Evidence of a Parallel Universe Where Time Runs Backwards

A group of NASA scientists working on an experiment in Antarctica has detected evidence of a parallel universe where the rules of physics are the opposite of our own, according to a report.

Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna or ANITA is a NASA sponsored group that was funded for $35 million in 2003 to study “ghostly particles that fill the universe”. Little did they know this will lead them to something which is now considered to be possible and only strong evidence of a parallel universe.

The research uses a specially made balloon that “detects radio waves emitted when high-energy neutrinos interact in the Antarctic ice shelf,” NASA reported. The mission in charge is Peter W. Gorham of the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu.

Antarctica was the chosen place for study because of its “cold dry air where there is little or no radio noise to distort its findings.” according to the Daily Star.

there is a constant ‘wind’ of high energy particles coming from outer space – some of which are a million times more powerful than anything we can generate ourselves

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During the balloon’s third flight scientists decided to look over the data from the random noises it recorded in previous flights. What they discovered was ground-breaking, according to New Scientist, which was something impossible. The signal wasn’t coming from space but rather it was coming up from the ground. 


That could mean that these particles are actually traveling backwards in time which is possible evidence of a parallel universe.

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Principal ANITA investigator Peter Gorham, of the University of Hawaii, suggested the only way a particle could behave that way is if it changed into a different type of particle before passing through the Earth and then back again.

Gorham, lead author on a Cornell University paper describing the odd phenomenon, noted that he and his fellow researchers had seen several of these “impossible events,” which some were skeptical about.

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

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