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originally posted by: ADAMandEVIL
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, astronomers snagged a two-for-one deal on mysterious blasts of radio waves from other galaxies. An unprecedented double burst recently showed up along with four more of these flashes, researchers report online November 25 at arXiv.org.
originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: Restricted
Could you elaborate on the process you used to arrive at this conclusion? I'd definitively like to take a look.
originally posted by: intrptr
What other explanation could there be for such a powerful double burst of radio energy?
And if one had such energy why make a communication appear as a Pulsar, however rare?
Besides that I think they are each unique navigation beacons for transversing the cosmos, I mean.
We wouldn't want the beacon to turn itself off while we're in a spaceship some 5 billion light-years from home…
originally posted by: InnerPeace2012
a reply to: ADAMandEVIL
Wow, and I just had to type "radio signal from out space" in google and you know what, this ain't the first signal received that has baffled Scientists.
ETA: This is really blowing my mind folks..all declassified documents relating to UFOs from National Security Agency archives...including information of ET Message (radio signals). Are we not seeing a form of disclosure now are we?
The list of declassified documents
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: flice
I think the issue here is that these FRBs must be INCREDIBLY INTENSE! Think Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, soaked in nuclear material and in the middle of a fight/make up sex/fight/make up sex cycle, on a hurtling lump of the dying earth, heading into a black hole, while both of them are amped on performance enhancing steriods, HGH, and a cocktail of blood additives created by fermenting the vital fluids of the entire Avengers roll call of heroes through comic book history. That sort of intense.