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Nicola Tesla did indeed pick up rhythmic radio signals in 1899, and he did believe they came from space. Today we believe he was correct, and that what he picked up were pulsars, giant deep space sources of pulsing radio signals that were formally discovered in 1968. As pulsars were unknown in Tesla's day, he did his best to explain what he thought they might be: intelligent but undeciphered signals.
originally posted by: Dharma Employee
a reply to: ManFromEurope
I love abusing commas, it's a uk thing designed to challenge, european prejudice about americans and piss off punctuation, bores,
originally posted by: UFOtoday
A few minutes later, at about the four and a half minute mark, Cristoforetti can be heard sounding shocked and amazed. Her Russian colleague, Shkaplerov, can also be heard saying, “tiho, tiho, tiho,” which in Russian means, “calm, calm, calm.”