The reality of parallel worlds and time travel is proved?

///The reality of parallel worlds and time travel is proved?

parallel world travelIn 2002 Nobel Prize winner, American physicist Raymond Davis made a sensational statement: the existence of a parallel world is proved. Neutrino, the smallest particle known to science, exists simultaneously in two worlds: in ours, the material one, and in a parallel one.

Up until the 1930s, scientists used to deny the existence of supernatural forces. It changed in 1930 with the discovery of neutrino particles. In the 1920s during the first experiments on the splitting of the nucleus it turned out that some part of energy disappears to nowhere.

Then young Swiss physicist Wolfgang Pauli suggested a crazy hypothesis: there are particles with no mass, and they can freely depart from the laboratory, without being recorded by physical devices. These particles carry off the missing energy. Pauli was first laughed at, but soon it was found that he was right. The new found particle called “neutrino” had almost no mass and could travel at the speed of light, freely passing through any obstacle. That was a completely new view of space and time. By studying the properties of neutrinos, scientists got a chance to access such things as zero-transportation, an instantaneous movement of objects in space-time (despite Einstein’s theory).

Studies related to the properties of neutrinos are classified in many countries. It is understandable: the first one who will discover the laws of parallel worlds, will get into his hands of a powerful weapon and the key to unlimited power over people, nature and time. Indeed, studies of neutrinos have shown that time travel is a reality.

The laws of fundamental physics say: if an object is moving with the speed of light, time stops for it. That is, if we put a clock in a capsule moving with the speed of light, the hands will stop. And if the capsule is dispersed faster than the speed of light, the hands will start moving in the opposite direction. It was only a theory, but in May 2012 it was proved in practice, when scientists dispersed neutrinos faster than the speed of light and found that the particles overtook the time, i.e. they had reached the destination a few nanoseconds before they started the way!

Another sensational discovery was made by researchers from the University of North Carolina and Rochester. It is known that neutrino is the basic matter which the universe is built of. Earth is permeated by fluxes of neutrinos: every second 10 billion of these particles pass through our body. Scientists were able to establish that neutrinos can transfer information! With the help of neutrino it is possible to instantly send messages to any distance in any environment!

In fact, the first message using neutrino beam has already been transferred. But the transfer took a long time: one word was passing for 2 hours, which is explained by the fact that the neutrino catcher handles only a single particle from 10 billion neutrinos. Scientists believe that over time the process will be greatly accelerated, and the neutrino communications will supersede all other forms of communication.

Maybe that could also explain the phenomenon of clairvoyance? Cosmologists claim that half of the neutrino fluxes in the universe are moving through time in the opposite direction, i.e. they carry information from the future into the past. Perhaps, some people on Earth are capable of receiving this information because of some innate abilities. And we call these people psychics or clairvoyants.


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  1. PaleBlue February 3, 2013 at 3:03 am - Reply

    “…in May 2012 it was proved in practice, when scientists dispersed neutrinos faster than the speed of light…”

    The results suggesting that neutrinos move faster than light were overturned. There was a loose cable in the link to their GPS equipment, which is used to time the departure and arrival of the neutrinos. Tests with the instrument that gave those results after it was fixed, as well as neutrino tests from other independent experiments show that the speed of neutrinos is consistent with the speed of light.

  2. hl2modrift February 6, 2013 at 4:57 am - Reply

    There are way more errors in this paper than just the fact that neutrinos can’t travel faster than light.

  3. Skeptical February 6, 2013 at 9:32 pm - Reply

    I really like the way you are trying to use fringe science for an explanation for phenomenons like clairvoyance that haven’t even been demonstrated to be actually occurring!!! Step 1 is to demonstrate that there is an effect, and after that, then maybe you can begin to worry about how that effect comes about.

    • cynical February 12, 2013 at 11:43 pm - Reply

      may·be (mb)
      Perhaps; possibly.
      n. Informal
      1. An uncertainty:

      as in a suggestion, not written in stone or declared a truth/law. People can do that, it’s ok to think without having a hypothesis proven.

  4. Imohtep February 27, 2013 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    I just love how you guys are trying to prove this to be a negative

  5. Bingo April 4, 2013 at 12:00 pm - Reply

    Sorry, but pretty much everything in here is a sloppy, incorrect interpretation of scientific terminology. Neutrinos aren’t said to “exist simultaneously in a parallel universe” just because they don’t interact with normal matter. They’re still all the way here, in this universe, moving through the mostly empty space that normal mater is full of. “Parallel universe” in the cosmological sense means something totally different – no interaction is even logically possible anymore; there’s a complete & irreversible causal separation of the two “universes.”

    Also, relativity says nothing anywhere about clocks going backwards at velocities greater than the speed of light, but it does say that it would require infinite energy to accelerate a massive object such as a clock to light speed, which is why only massless particles like photons ever actually go that fast. For massive objects, externally observed time slows closer to zero as velocity approaches lightspeed, but it’s an asymptotic relationship – it never actually reaches zero, nevermind “less than zero.”

    Finally, the word “flux” simply describes multiple particles passing through an area (or the force of a field throughout a region) , there’s no need to pluralize it. “Neutrino fluxes” doesn’t really mean anything…

    Some other places I wasn’t even really sure where you were coming from, like I guess you might be getting the “half the neutrino fluxes moving backward in time” thing from the idea that antiparticles behave as the “time-reversed” counterpart of their normal cousins? But that isn’t so much macroscopic motion through time as it is quantum-scale behaviors like spins.

    Anyway, interesting thoughts, but the conclusions you jump to are not actually supported by the concepts you’re referencing, I encourage you to read into these subjects more deeply!

    • Anna April 4, 2013 at 2:43 pm - Reply

      Thank you for your comment, it is really informative!

    • casey sharp April 20, 2013 at 6:52 am - Reply

      Nicely said. I could not have said it better myself. I was about to try until I read your comment and thought I think they get the point.

  6. kulls (@kulls2) June 28, 2013 at 3:09 pm - Reply

    Parallel words have always attracted me. Time travel is possible but only if taken seriously and scientifically.
    Thank you for this post

  7. Leah October 22, 2013 at 2:59 am - Reply

    @Bingo, your comment made me feel all sexy inside.

  8. Max July 9, 2014 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    just because not everything is proven does not at all mean it does not exist. I think you did a wonderful job Anna i would love to discuss more on this matter and others to you.

  9. ozge February 8, 2015 at 5:38 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the great article. i really appreciate it. I have been making research on the internet for a very long time and now come up with something useful.

  10. Gee February 25, 2016 at 11:36 am - Reply

    Interesting article but I have to add to some of the other examples of inaccuracies that pepper the content:

    “It is known that neutrino is the basic matter which the universe is built of.”

    This isn’t true since the standard model comprises Bosons (the force carrying particles) and Fermions (the matter/antimatter particles). Fermions comprise Quarks and Leptons, with Neutrinos belonging to the latter group.

    Since there are 12 Fermions, with Neutrinos making up 3 of these 12 particles, it can only be said that Neutrinos are one of several particles constituting the basic matter from which the universe built.

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