Why do physicists think that we live in a “mirror universe” hidden in space time?

Beijing time on July 7, according tomedia reports, if the reverse of time and space what will happen? Is there a “mirror universe” hidden? There have been numerous reports that NASA has discovered particles from another parallel universe in which time reflux exists. In fact, these ideas are incorrect, and the true story is more exciting and awe-disseque, including: a mysterious journey from the Big Bang into the other end, like a mirror universe.

Earlier, the universe formed the oldest thing we could see, the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB), which was formed 370,000 years after the Big Bang, when the universe cooled down from a hot, opaque plasma.

A 2018 study suggests that our universe may have mirrored reflections in space-time, and that there is a cosmic partner beyond the Big Bang. If so, it could explain a mysterious signal that a new particle is breaking ice from Antarctica.

In fact, NASA’s idea of finding parallel universes appears to be a fabrication, first published by the British tabloid The Daily Star.

“Cosmic Mirror”

To understand how the Daily Star came up with this bizarre theory, it’s important to look at the two 2018 studies first.

The first study was published by Physicist Latham Boyle of the Circular Institute in Alberta, Canada, and colleagues who came up with a concept of mirrored universe, where our universe has mirror reflections in space-time. The report was published in the December 2018 issue of The Journal of Physical Review Letters.

‘I don’t think anyone can fully understand the composition of the cosmic mirror, ‘ said John Learned, an astrophysicist at the University of Hawaii and co-author of the second study. Renedder is understood to be the founder of Boyle’s theory.

Boyle’s work aims to fill a gap in the theory, using the Ramda Cold Dark Matter Theory (CDM) to solve the mystery of the origin of the universe. CDM explains how the universe is formed based on two key factors: the idea that unknown dark energy causes the universe to expand, to extend the time of expansion back to a region far enough, and the universe occupies a certain point in space;

“The CDM theory is very effective in many cases, but there are some disturbing results in the modeling process,” Said said. “

For example, measurements of the expansion of the universe do not change over time, so measurements based on early cosmic data are not consistent with those used in modern cosmic data. In addition, the CDM theory does not explain why cosmic matter exists, because it predicts that after the Big Bang, matter and antimatter will exist and annihilate each other at an equal rate.

Boyle’s team believes that today’s universe can be imagined as a wide, flat circular structure, on top of yesterday’s smaller circular structure, while yesterday’s circular structure is located above the smaller circular structure the day before.

Boyle’s team believes that today’s universe can be imagined as a wide, flat circular structure, on top of yesterday’s smaller circular structure, while yesterday’s circular structure is located above the smaller circular structure the day before.

When astronomers look deeper into space, they actually go back in time, and the most distant galaxy we can see so far is GN-z11, which has existed for 13.4 billion years, or 400 million years after the Big Bang.

When astronomers look deeper into space, they actually go back in time, and the most distant galaxy we can see so far is GN-z11, which has existed for 13.4 billion years, or 400 million years after the Big Bang.

Prior to that, the universe had a “dark age” that lasted millions of years, during which we could not see any thing bright enough. Earlier, the universe formed the oldest thing we could see, the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB), which was formed 370,000 years after the Big Bang, when the universe cooled down from a hot, opaque plasma.

Telescopes can’t see anything before the cosmic microwave background radiation, Boyle says, and tracing space-time like this is like looking down through a “cosmic cone.”

Telescopes can’t see anything before the cosmic microwave background radiation, Boyle says, and tracing space-time like this is like looking down through a “cosmic cone.”

From this point of view, the CDM theory focuses on a single point hidden in the cosmic microwave background radiation, and Boyle’s theory looks at opaque walls formed by microwave background radiation at different times and obtains different conclusions about microwave background radiation.

Boyle points out that the standard view is that the hot-dense period in the cosmic microwave background (from our vantage point on the cosmic cone) is more or less a “great period of chaos.” In the crusis of cd-ROM theory, this is known as the “expansion era” of the accelerated expansion of the universe, the theory that the universe was in a chaotic situation.

The standard view is that the hot-dense period in the cosmic microwave background (from our vantage point on the cosmic cone) is more or less a “great period of chaos”.

However, the cosmic microwave background radiation is not chaotic, its structure is relatively simple, according to the CDM theory, after the disorder disappears, there will be a strong squash process. ‘We’re eager to explore a simpler image of the universe, where you can pay more attention to the surface value of the evidence, ‘ Mr. Boyle said. Although we can’t see the whole process of the Big Bang, we can observe it very close, making it super simple, what if we focus only on the surface value of these observations?

He points out that from a space-time perspective, there may still be a big explosion behind cosmic microwave background radiation, which is like a cosmic mirror, but it’s much simpler than most of the sings that appear in Einstein’s theory of gravity, a very special super-simple singopic type that you can solve through singotracking (the equation that controls space-time).

However, the corresponding observations were no earlier than cosmic microwave background radiation, and normal cosmological models were predicted earlier, but tended to stop at the time of the Big Bang, but not in Boyle’s theoretical scenario.

“You’ll find that the inference and extension of the theory, as research and analysis continues, physicists will say that the universe is a double cone, probably a second universe in space-time, which has continued since the Big Bang,” Boyle said. This seems to be the most natural and simple extension of the universe we have ever seen. “

The universe in the second cone is too deep in space to observe, and space-time seems to be backlooking from our frame of reference, in which time passes through the Big Bang, just like our universe. The “Away from the Big Bang” in the cosmic mirror is the opposite of the time direction of our universe, but it’s not like the “time backwards” we think.

Zero Particle State

‘We don’t have evidence of the existence of the universe at the moment, but once we find the relevant evidence, you’ll find that there’s an extra symmetry in the universe that you can’t see when you look only at the upper part of the universe cone, and symmetry is a wake-up call to physicists, suggesting that there is a deeper truth about the universe,’ Boyle said.

And this cosmic double cone could help physicists explain the mystery of cosmic symmetry cracks that have plagued them for years, known as “charge, space, and time symmetry (CPT),” said Rened. “

Finally, in 1956, Wu Jianxiong, a physicist at Columbia University, led an experiment that proved that CPT symmetry was not absolute. Wu Jianxiong’s experiments showed that the “charge symmetry” in the CPT symmetry state was imperfect, and further experiments showed that some particles can disrupt both charge and nominal balance. But while CPT symmetry is broken, most physicists believe cpT symmetry still exists in normal conditions, and no particles can break all three elements at the same time, but at the particle level, the universe presents CPT symmetry.

But the CDM cosmological model itself lacks CPT symmetry, which is related to space-time curvature and strange quantum vacuum, which Boyle refers to as a “zero particle state”, and when the universe emptys particles, the spatial properties are uncertain and the cosmic CPT symmetry is destroyed.

Boyle said his theoretical model preserves the cosmic CPT symmetry, adding a second cone to space-time, and at the same time, the zero particle state is uncertain, thus enabling the cosmic CPT symmetry repair. It would seem as if the universe was in violation of CPT symmetry, but in fact we didn’t see the universe as a whole, and if the universe really had CPT symmetry, it would actually contain two space-time cones instead of one, what does that mean for the rest of physics?

The truth about the real ity of “NASA scientists”

The most practical result of the symmetry of the universe CPT is a simple explanation of dark matter, and the popular theory of intangible cosmic matter relies on the fourth undetected neutrino, often referred to as inert neutrinos. Boyle’s CPT symmetry seems to point in this direction, and three neutrino types are now known: electron neutrinos, meson neutrinos, and tau neutrinos, all of which are “left-handed”, meaning they fly around without a right-handed pair. The standard model assumes that unlike other particles, neutrinos do not have such partners, but CPT’s symmetrical cosmic structure disagrees.

Boyle and colleagues found that their cosmological theory meant that there was a symmetrical structure in the standard model, which meant that the presence of each left-handed neutrino meant that there was a right-handed neutrino, and that there was a symmetrical mirror image between them. But unlike left quarks and right quarks, left-handed and right-handed neutrinos don’t bond together. In contrast, right-handed neutrinos disappeared in the early days of the universe and cannot be detected.

Boyle said it was not clear which of the three known neutrinos had matching symmetry, but they had a special energy feature, the 480-pico-electron volt (PeV), a measurement of particle mass. And 480PeV neutrinos may explain the dark matter missing in the universe.

Details of how the CPT-symmetric universe produced 480PeV are tricky, and Renedd says few physicists know these neutrinos except Boyle and his team, but Boyle is not crazy, they are respected leaders in the field and they know what they’re doing.

The researchers are preparing to launch the Antarctic Pulse Transient Antenna (ANITA) experiment, which uses balloons over Antarctica to receive seemingly impossible particle signals.

Forty years ago, particle detectors over Antarctica discovered something that physics couldn’t explain, and the Antarctic Pulse Transient Antenna (ANITA) twice captured signals from high-energy particles that appeared to be emitted directly from the Antarctic ice.

High-energy particles like this should not exist, and all known standard model particles should not appear above The Earth and erupt with such high energy, but the Antarctic pulse transient antenna detects this phenomenon. In June 2020, the mainstream interpretation theory was that the Antarctic pulse-transient antenna detected inert neutrinos. Renedder, who was involved in the project, found that the 480 pico-electron volt (PeV) was very consistent with the findings of the Antarctic pulse transient antenna.

If these high-energy particles are really coming from space and then pass through The Earth to produce this anomaly, they must have decayed beneath the Surface of the South Pole, creating a large number of lighter particles, allowing the Antarctic pulse-detecting transient antenna to detect high-energy particles emerging from the ice. Boyle’s 480-pimed electron-volt microsphere neutrinos just explain the mass range of mysterious particles of Antarctic pulse-transient antenna decay.

A team of researchers from Renedder and other researchers developed a program in which 480 pico-electron-volt neutrinos can achieve this goal, as they described in their 2018 paper, “AnITA Events Can Be Evidence of the CPT Symmetry Universe.”

If an ANITA particle sreally fits Boyle’s hypothesis, then the two-cone cosmological theory is valid, but the hypothesis is still a bold guess that they must address the most important question: how to get the particles close enough to Antarctica. The model shows that neutrino dark matter, like the 480-skin electron volt scale, will fall in the center of the Earth when it hits the Earth, with out of enough areas to cause anomalies in the ANITA particles.

The researchers believe that a recent encounter with a large, invisible dark matter disk stirred up the 480-skinned electron-volt-grade neutrinos on Earth, causing some neutrinos to hover near the Earth’s surface. (Leaf Town)