In science fiction books , the existence of parallel universes is a constant that repeats itself normally. However, in real life, this postulate does not have strong evidence to show that they exist. 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 perfect location to capture this type of signs.
In a study published by Cornell University, scientists showed they found tau neutrinos , a particle that travels at speeds close to that of light along with FRBs, “leaving Earth“ . Low-energy neutrinos with a mass close to zero can completely pass through our planet, but higher-energy objects are stopped by Earth’s mass, according to the New Scientist .
That means that high-energy particles can only be detected by going down from space, but ANITA apparently detected tau neutrinos that seemed to come out of Earth . The finding implies that these particles are actually traveling backward in time, suggesting evidence for a parallel universe , according to the Daily Star .ANITA principal investigator Peter Gorham, an experimental particle physicist at the University of Hawaii, suggested that the only way tau neutrino could behave in this way is if it morphs into a different type of particle before passing through Earth and then again. For him, it could be the parallel universe that was theorized with the BIg Bang , but whose answer “still bothers the rest of the scientists.”