The cold, dark void: it's become a cliche description of space but researchers have found that some areas of space are colder than others. What's surprising is that this new information has led them to a new hypothesis, one in which a parallel universe exists.
These cold spots are caused by huge clouds of microwave radiation left behind from the Big Bang. This cloud covers the sky but is visible with specialized radar. Yet, within this mysterious cloud is an inexplicable void, sometimes referred to as a 'supervoid' which sounds way cooler than 'cold spot'.
Scientists have been trying out different hypotheses for the supervoid, the most mind-blowing one being that it was caused by a collision between our Universe and another, unknown Universe.
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