Is There a Parallel Universe? The Truth Behind the Viral ‘NASA Parallel Universe' Discovery

Jessey Anthony
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What if there was a world where you and I exist? It's true! Your doppelganger might be out there. Call it superstition or fantasy, you and I may have our twinnies living somewhere on another planet.

For some of us, the idea of a parallel universe sparks our wildest imagination. In 2020, the Korean drama “The King: Eternal Monarch” was released. The drama projected two parallel worlds.

Lee Min Ho passed through a mysterious portal and into a parallel world, where he discovered that most people living in the Republic of Korea as it is in real life are identical to those living in his world, the Kingdom of Corea.

Parallel worlds mean that every character has a counterpart in the other world, living a completely different life. I was super excited to see how they’d handle the intricacies of this concept, especially with a mystery/thriller story.

If you haven't watched The King: Eternal Monarch now will be the time to watch it because the reality isn't far behind as scientists embark on a mission to uncover a parallel world to the one we are living in.

According to this source, scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Eastern Tennessee are working on a way to open a portal to a parallel universe. This seems out of the ordinary and much more strange that it is an actual experiment that’s happening right now.
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Leah Broussard the scientist leading the experiment is optimistic that her findings will be a game changer. She is looking to find a world identical to ours where life is mirrored. She is going to beam subatomic particles down a 50-foot tunnel. The beam will pass through a powerful magnet and hit an impenetrable wall with a neutron detector behind it.

The concept of a parallel universe has been around since the early 1960s, especially in the minds of fans of sci-fi TV shows and comic books, but now a cosmic ray detection experiment has found particles that could be coming from a parallel domain.

Recently, there has been speculation that NASA scientists in Antarctica have discovered a time-traveling neuro. They found that there is a constant "wind" of high-energy particles coming from space to Earth.

In this mirror world, positive is negative, left is right and time runs backward. The finding implies that these particles are actually traveling backward in time, suggesting evidence of a parallel universe, according to Forbes.

Unless there is an error in these findings by the scientists this might prove that a parallel world does exist out there.

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Jessey Anthony is a fitness enthusiast with over 5 years experience in fitness and health career. She is also a content writer and an entrepreneur.

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