Many people throughout threads on ATS have brought up the fact that aliens may be communicating with us through a medium we have not yet discovered.
In other words, it's as if we were trying to contact someone living in 1700s America using radio signals. However, what if aliens have harnessed the
power of the stars and actually use pulsars, magnetars, and 'burpers' (whose
existance has been proved just this week? Perhaps they do not have
powerful enough transmitting devices that can be manufactured, so they somehow use these celestial bodies to send communications to the far reaches of
the galaxy and we simply have not decoded or picked up on their messages mixed in with the radio waves we get from these bodies in space.
Alien discussion has been discussed in multiple forums, however this specific statement has not been widely discussed...now if I could kindly ask you
to stop posting unless you have a theory about this type of communication. Thanks.
Interesting theory.... All I have to say is maybe. As far as I know....even on the radio frequencies, we are only looking at the frequency of Helium
(hydrogen maybe? not sure at the moment without looking it up) There are plenty of spectrums that we as humans may not even know about yet. So,
yes.....it's a definate possibility. Good post!!!!!
Pulsars have "natural" explanation which fits to obervations.
Also radiation bursts from magnetars would be quite lethal to anything close to them.
And if they would have big enough energy resources to change evolution of stars/control them they would 100% sure have capability for very long range
communication... with much simpler methods than "tweaking" stars, using even ordinary radio waves and lasers (for directed transmissions).
One would think that aliens and humans would want to make their signal stand out from the crowd by specifically using frequincies and patterns that
clearly indicate artificially generation, such as a stream of prime numbers or PI.
But those signals we receive know certainly warrant more investigation, who knows there might be pattern and if not at least we learn more about
natural phenomena in the galaxy....
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