Unlocking the Ultimate Symmetry of a Mirror Universe

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In summary, the ultimate symmetry of a mirror universe refers to the idea that every aspect of the universe is mirrored or reversed in a hypothetical parallel universe. Unlocking this symmetry would require a deep understanding of the fundamental laws of physics. However, there is currently no solid evidence to support the existence of a mirror universe and research is focused on exploring the theoretical possibilities rather than proving its existence. If a mirror universe were to be discovered, it could have significant implications for our understanding of the universe and open up new possibilities for space exploration.
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Why not a duplicate, mirror-image anti-matter universe?
After countless google searches, I decided to ask the experts. The multiverse idea seems to be popular among physicists, but the idea of a mirror universe seems much more plausible. Like quantum theory, it’s symmetrical. For every quantum fluctuation in our universe, there would be an equal and “opposite” fluctuation in a mirror universe, down to the last neutrino. Imagine a two-sided quantum field. Virtual particles always appear in pairs, why wouldn’t real particle also be paired? Wouldn’t the left-handed weak force still function in both universes, but in mirror-image form? Is there any known physics that would prohibit such a state? Assuming that the particles in the mirror universe aren’t the bearded, evil twins of our own (the Roddenberry hypothesis).
 
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Quarker said:
Summary:: Why not a duplicate, mirror-image anti-matter universe?

Assuming that the particles in the mirror universe aren’t the bearded, evil twins of our own (the Roddenberry hypothesis).
So, at this moment, has some anti-universe poster written "Assuming the particles in the mirror universe aren't the clean-shaven, evil twins of our own ?"
 
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Summary:: Why not a duplicate, mirror-image anti-matter universe?
:welcome:

It will be interesting to see what an "expert" makes of your question!
 
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I'm afraid we do not discuss personal theories on PF. The more as there isn't the least chance to discuss it scientifically.

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