Now before you think I've gone running off the end of the twig on this one by titling a blog "Time Reversals and Parallel Universes...in Antarctica" and filing it under "geoengineering," bear with me a bit. I've not only run off the end of the twig, I'm probably falling like Wile E. Coyote into a very deep canyon, with an Acme steel vault following me. (For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, see "Road Runner" on Youtube. Any one will do.) Indeed, I had to blog about this one, not only because of my inherent interest in the high strangeness surrounding our southern most continent, and not only because of my inherent interest in things like time reversals and parallel universes, but also because of the fact that I received versions of this story from no less than E.E., C.M., P.T., B., D.D., K.M., and J.K.:
Let's take the Daily Mail article as a guide here, since there's a bit more information contained in its version than in the others. There, we read this:
Researchers working in Antarctica have been trying to understand the behavior of a mysterious new particle.
Some suggest it's evidence that during the Big Bang a second universe was created that mirrors our own, consisting mainly of antimatter, and in which time flows backward.
But then the researchers, led by University of Hawaii's Peter Gorham, realized their data showed the exact opposite of what they had been looking for: a stream of high energy particles traveling out of the Earth's surface and into space.
The particles were believed to be tau neutrinos, a type of slow moving particle that has the capacity to temporarily transform into a high energy particle called a tau lepton before returning to its low energy state.
Soon other researchers began analyzing the ANITA data to grapple with the mystery, including Neil Turok of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada.
Turok suggested the right-handed and left-handed neutrinos could be related in the same way that matter and antimatter are related, pointing specifically to a concept that posits matter and antimatter are the same type of particle just moving in opposite directions through time.
According to this theory, the still mysterious 'right-handed' neutrinos' observed in Antarctica weren't just new particles, but pilgrims from an entirely new universe.
That new universe would have formed during the Big Bang at the same point as our own, but moving in the opposite direction through time, contracting rather instead of expanding, and comprised primarily of antimatter rather than matter .
And there you have it. Assuming all this to be true for the sake of our "off-the-end-of-the-twig-of-high-octane-speculation," K.M. proposed the idea that it might mean that there is a "conservation of time," i.e., that if time flows in one direction in one universe, it might flow in the opposite direction in another, with both universes summing to zero and thus "everything is conserved, including time." It's a fascinating idea, and dovetails quite well with the idea that there might be another universe composed of anti-matter, where are the particles are the "same," yet spin in opposite directions and thus having reverse polarities to particles and fields in this one, i.e., what is a "north" or positive pole in this universe, would be a south or negative pole in the other one. Everything would be, so to speak, "upside down." And the idea of a "parallel-but-opposite" universe formed at the moment of "the big bang" would also solve a perplexing problem, namely, that of the matter/anti-matter anisotropy of our universe, which has such a preponderence of matter and so little anti-matter; the amounts are not equal, and hence our universe is anisotropic (non-equal) with respect to matter and anti-matter. Presumably, such a "parallel-but-opposite" universe would also be anisoptropic, but possessed of a great amount of anti-matter and little matter, so that taken together, the two would "balance the books." And since everything runs in the opposite direction in an anti-matter universe, time would be conserved.
Well, all that's a bit of fun speculation, but way beyond the actual implications of the articles, whose implications are big enough: there may be evidence of a parallel universe "touching" our own, via the planetary dynamo of Earth itself, manifesting itself at Antarctica. Or to put it differently, maybe every planet with geomagnetic features similar to the Earth has such a mechanism at its southern/negative pole, and if so, then maybe every planet has a kind of "membrane" or "common entangled surface" with another universe at its southern pole, which possibly may act as a kind of "gate" to that world.
As one might imagine, my high octane speculation of the day has more to do with the possible connection of this revelation to the strange people over the years who've been associated with the southern polar continent. It's a very bizarre list, from former Nazi "Deputy Fuehrer" Rudolf Hess, and Reichsmarschall Herman Goering, to former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Admiral Richard Byrd, to some British and Spanish royals, and former Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin whose tweets both before, during and after his Antarctic trip were... well... just strange. That's a bizarre list of people, and one has to wonder just why they all have either visited the place, or shown such curiosity about it. Might this story have something to do with it?
And while I'm at it, another thought occurs: Might we even have been given a clue that "they" have been experimenting with time for a (pardon the pun) very long time? Might we be watching the result of a gigantic experiment involving the entire planet itself, one perhaps involving massive man-made magnetic fields, the resonance thereof, and ... well, I'll leave it at that, because that idea implies that what the article is talking about is something that arose only recently...
In short, I don't know about you, but I cannot get rid of the feeling that perhaps, just perhaps, the veil might have been pulled back just a little with respect to the strange goings on in Antarctica.
See you on the flip side...