what’s behind the alleged finding that NASA would have confirmed

The news was circulated yesterday by various media in the world, but the scientific evidence of this alleged finding was not confirmed by the space agency.

NASA confirms the existence of a parallel universe where time would go backwards. The news circulated yesterday by various media in the world. But it goes without saying that the US government’s aerospace agency has not confirmed this. It was not close to doing it.

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In principle, in the official accounts that NASA has, where they usually keep the news about their actions and discoveries quite updated, they do not report anything about this supposed parallel universe.

NASA never reported the existence of a parallel nuniverse at any of its official sites (illustrative image)

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But the research on which these media based their news was a little further: an article published on April 8 of this year in the New Scientist magazine, entitled “We may have spotted a parallel universe going backwardsin time” (“May that we have discovered a parallel universe that goes back in time “).

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The information comes from research produced by scientists who analyze the results launched by the Anita radar to capture unique cosmic rays in Antarctica.

What the original article says

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "There it is explained that the mentioned article of New Scientist He quotes a scientist named Peter Gorham, who does not actually work at NASA, but is a professor of physics at the University of Hawaii, in the United States. Gorham happens to be part of the team of scientists working on the Antarctic Transitive Boost Antenta (Anita), a project that is funded by NASA. “Data-reactid =” 75 “> Explained there that the mentioned article of New Scientist He quotes a scientist named Peter Gorham, who does not actually work at NASA, but is a professor of physics at the University of Hawaii, in the United States. Gorham happens to be part of the team of scientists working on the Antarctic Transitive Boost Antenta (Anita), a project that is funded by NASA.

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What New Scientist reports on its site is that in an experiment carried out by Anita’s team in 2016, which was published in 2018, neutrinos -subatomic particles- were detected, which did not come from the sky, but, apparently, from the ground itself terrestrial, something theoretically impossible.

Then one of the possible explanations for this phenomenon emerged that surprised the team of scientists: that the neutrinos have come from a parallel universe.

New Scientist is the only outlet that talks about this explanation for the discovery of Gorham and his team, in the month of April this year. After the publication in Daily Star, the information was replicated in various media around the world.

The cited scientist’s explanation

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "A while before, in an interview with your university in 2018, Gorham explained that it is likely that his team has discovered a new type of particle and, therefore, we are facing a new model of physics. He doesn’t mention the possibility of a parallel universe in the interview. “Data-reactid =” 81 “> A while before, in an interview with your university in 2018, Gorham explained that it is likely that his team has discovered a new type of particle and, therefore, we are facing a new model of physics. He does not mention the possibility of a parallel universe in the interview.

In the New Scientist article, Gorham says that a hypothesis that emerged was one “that not everyone was comfortable with.” But in this quote he would not be referring to the existence of a parallel universe, as some media interpreted it.

The existence of a parallel universe is just one of the hypotheses that try to explain the origin of the neutrino rays that scientists detected in Antarctica

What Gorham explains in the interview in New Scientist, is a very complicated phenomenon that could have happened with the detected neutrinos. He says that these particles may have crossed our entire planet – from north to south, passing through the center of the Earth – and that is why Anita’s globe detected them as coming from the Antarctic soil.

But, as he explained, neutrinos do not have the capacity to “pass through matter at high speeds”, although there is a type of these neutrinos that can transform into another type of particle, called that they can pass through matter.

However, Anita’s scientists explained that it is highly unlikely that neutrinos will transform into another particle and then turn back into neutrinos. But they calculated that the chances of something like this happening are “one in a million.”

So later in his article, New Scientist explores another hypothesis, for which he quotes other scientists: a possible explanation for this transformation and retransformation of neutrinos is the existence of a parallel universe, which was created at the same time as ours during the Big Bang, but which is constantly contracting (unlike ours, which is constantly expanding).

But in conclusion this hypothesis is just that, a hypothesis, and it has not been proven. And for its part, NASA did not say anything about it. Although it is very nice to read it in the headlines and the idea is fascinating for those who do not resign themselves to the idea of ​​the existence of a single universe.

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