Researchers conducting an experiment in Antarctica discovered particles from a universe that was born during the same Big Bang the created the one we live in, according to NewScientist. Despite them, many scientists consider that they are likely to be real, so they continue to search for information through tests around the world.Through the Antarctic Impulse Transient Antenna (ANITA), Peter Gorham and several experts have found particles not belonging to our universe in an Antarctic rapid radio burst (FRB) detection experiment, the ideal location to capture this type of signs. The sudden interest in the work had led to Gorham, who is responsible for the research, being misquoted in some stories and the UH News story on his work from December 10, 2018, "UH professor's Antarctica discovery may herald new model of physics", has been misinterpreted by many journalists taking the inaccurate parallel universe story at face value. What is ANITA and the NASA connection? It used the ANITA or Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna, involving several radio antennas that are installed on a helium balloon that is flown at an altitude of 37,000 meters above the Antarctic's ice sheet.
ANITA was first launched in 2014. Soaring high above Antarctica in the cold, dry air allowed them to get near ideal readings. As the temperatures go up, the ice will melt and create a moisture-filled environment that the algae would be able to thrive in.
Scientists working on other, similar, projects said that if the ANITA team's findings aren't the result of a weird experimental error, the implications are incredible.
However, when they smash with atoms, they produce many secondary particles that are detectable. This allows us to investigate where these particles are from in this universe. However, ANITA reportedly discovered a heavier particle that comes from "up" out of the Earth.
Of course, if there are any inhabitants of a possible parallel universe, they'd consider us as the backward ones.
Which, frankly, explains a lot in 2020. It also mentioned that the New Scientist article was a paywall.
"This whole parallel universe thing was not invented by us but somehow we have gotten tagged with it", said Gorham. For now, we'll just have to wait and see if there really is a parallel universe where everything runs backwards. The weirdest part of these particles means that somewhere, times moves backwards, thereby promoting the idea of a parallel universe where both physics and time behave in an opposite way than our own universe.