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Do we overlook alien beacons?
Signals from E.T. may be just as transient as Jupiter comets
By Ray Villard
updated 8:12 a.m. MT, Mon., June 21, 2010
Last week Hubble Space Telescope images definitively showed that the bright flash of light seen on Jupiter was simply a meteor. Albeit, a blinding bright meteor to be seen across 400 million miles of interplanetary space. As reported by Ian O’Neill, Hubble failed to find any telltale debris as seen in Jupiter comet and asteroid impacts.
Now Hubble astronomers tell us that Jupiter super-meteors might be detectable as frequently every few days. Australian amateur astronomer Anthony Wesley just got lucky because he was viewing a video transmission of Jupiter when the brilliant flash appeared.
Originally posted by andy1033
I really would not care for these things. There is no way on earth humans run planet earth fact.
On topic go and watch carl sagan little blue dot on youtube, and i think you will get the answer to your question.
I would suggest the nsa already know about what that article is about.Seti i would suggest is nothing compared to what the nsa are doing.
Originally posted by Larryman
Yes. Until we begin scanning for faster-than-light ET messages... then we are missing their messages.
SETI does not scan for modulated zero-point field messages.
Originally posted by jonnyc55
For example, why not make a crop pattern with a human shaking hands with an alien , then E.T. would gaze at it and construct a message, with the pattern of a alien hugging a human. I know it sounds stupid but it's the best i can think of at the momemnt.