Published on Jun 9, 2019
The June 8th, 2019 issue of New Scientist contained a revelation that some particle physicists believe they've found evidence for a parallel reality universe that creates the so-called Dark Matter which seemingly pervades our universe. This mirror universe shares neutrons with our own and contains 5 times more matter than we see here which gives rise to currently unexplained gravitational forces at galactic scales. Scientists from Oak Ridge National Labs such as Leah Broussard were interviewed about the implications of neutron decay rates and parity violations in particle physics. Also included are Zurab Berezhiani from the University of L'Aquila in Italy. The article also mentions Dark Matter pioneers Fritz Zwicky and Vera Rubin as well as Lee and Yang, Nobel Prize winners in 1957.