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Evil doppelgangers may have populated universe before big bang, says cosmologist

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Cosmetologists recently uncovered an image of the universe seconds before the big bang, says the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s peer reviewed journal Science on April 1. The discovery came from Tachyonic Retrospective Inferences of Cosmologically Extrapolated Preconditions, or TRICEP, imager, which showed deflations that preceded the big bang when inflatons were propelled outward creating the rapid inflation of the universe.

While cosmologists don’t all agree on what this discovery means, Doug Neidermeyer, a cosmologist at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York and TRICEP spokesperson, believes the deflations are antiparticles of inflatons and occupied a universe filled with antimatter.

Neidermeyer explains that the universe before ours mirrored our own universe and was likely filled with doppelgangers of everyone on earth. According to Neidermeyer, these doppelgangers composed of antimatter would be the exact opposite of the living beings in this world.

If cosmologist Neidermeyer is correct, your evil twin may really exist in the form of a doppelganger in a mysterious universe that existed before time began.

Science announced on April 2, that their article was just an April Fool's joke - but I'm not so sure. The idea of an opposite world has been around for a long time. I think maybe the doppelgangers took over to retract this story.

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