NASA Detected a Parallel Universe Where Time Runs Backwards After A Strange Experiment Made in Antarctica
Antarctica is without a doubt one of the weirdest regions on the planet, as well as the current epicenter of conspiracy theories.
Every day, we learn something new about it, to the point where we realize we don’t know anything about it, which just encourages us to ask more and more questions about it and its well-guarded secrets.
Today, it was NASA who was on our side, offering enough documentation of their experiment that no one could testify against them. They conducted an experiment on the Antarctica grounds in which they essentially uncovered proof of a parallel world in which the rules of physics operate in a completely different way.
Parallel worlds have been largely recognized as common knowledge since a group of scientists proposed the hypothesis during a major meeting in the 1950s.
It was merely a notion at the time, but when additional proof was unearthed over time, it became clear that this was far more than a sequence of coincidences, to say the least. The first person to suggest it was Erwin Schrodinger, who subsequently corrected himself by noting that it was foolish to contemplate, but not impossible to envisage.
Today, NASA proved this notion by conducting a ray detection experiment, during which they identified a particle that has never been observed anywhere else on the planet.
According to NASA experts, the characteristics of this particle are out of this world, and it is proof that time in that parallel universe is going backward.