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No, there is not a parallel universe in Antarctica where time runs backwards
Mixed reports surrounding the possible discovery of a parallel universe in Antarctica have found their way into global news outlets in recent weeks. The initial stories were incorrect, so how did so many outlets get it wrong?
The actual source of the tale came from the April edition of New Scientist magazine. “We may have spotted a parallel universe going backwards in time” ran the feature in question, which reported the atypical results of a particle detection study in Antarctica.
The results of the experiment, named ANITA (Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna), could have implications for the antiverse theory, a theory which postulates that our universe could be the mirror image of an antimatter universe extending backwards in time before the Big Bang.
Confusion seems to have arisen from the fact that most reports were simply based on the first paragraphs of the initial article because it is behind a paywall. However, a more detailed reading reveals less-exciting results.