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Rendlesham forest binary code decoded

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posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 07:50 PM
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Thanks for clearing it up, it indeed seems that the term was understood at that time. It just sounded strange because it simply didn't feel like a term to be used at that time.

Rugu




posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 08:50 PM
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I agree this is BS; not that I think that the binary code is BS....but as I understand it the code has to have a 'key' in terms of what these 1s and 0s translate TO....essentially this is like back-engineering machine code. Any advanced civilization would know that the first thing you fire off this way would be some fundamental formula or pattern, as we have seen in better sci-fi films - something that can be used as a reference point by which the 'key' is understood.
Any random assortment of binary, put through the blender of different interpretation methods, will yield tidbits of something, like monkeys at typewriters.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:01 PM
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I saw the same episode the other night. Love the topic. S & F
Reminds me, of the Voyager 2 Incident.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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pretty cool hmmm i made my own code! go to this site

www.roubaixinteractive.com...

put this in for starters

011101110100010101000001010100100100010101001000010001010101001001000101

that was my measseg oh and here is the site exsplaing the aphalbet of binary so you no witch input numbers

www.tekmom.com...



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:17 PM
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Originally posted by micpsi

Originally posted by Shino
He could have decoded it himself whilst in the Air Force and come out with it as soon as he came out with the Rendlesham story. You don't need a specialist or a computer to encode or decode binary into text.


Yes, he could had he known what kind of code it was. But he didn't.

Yes, he could had he wanted to destroy his military career. But he didn't.


And yes he could be lieing through his teeth in an effort to make some cash.
I have no clue if he is telling the truth or not but there is no reason to believe him without some objective evidence.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:36 PM
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Has anybody actually stated what the full message is? I know I saw some stuff with coordinates and Ireland but what is the full message?



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:38 PM
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I have watched countless documentary's about this well know case i was aware of someone touching the craft but never was it said binary code was put up on the crafts surface why has this not been mentioned till now?



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:46 PM
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I'm am both fascinated by and skeptical of the Rendlesham incident. On the one hand, you have air force officers attesting to having seen an exotic and unexplained craft, and you further have one person supporting those claims in a sworn affidavit (although that person did not witness the details claimed by the other two.) Evidence was allegedly examined at the site of the incident.

Unfortunately, on the other hand, the reasons for my skepticism in this case are:

1) Jim Penniston and John Burroughs were the only two to have investigated the alleged sighting at the time it initially allegedly. They are the only ones who claim to have seen the alleged craft directly, and their accounts do not corroborate one another’s. In fact, they contradict each other. Penniston says he touched the craft, and extensively examined it for a lengthy period of time. Source: www.youtube.com... Burroughs, meanwhile, stated that as soon as they saw the craft, "we all hit the ground, and it went up into the trees." Source: www.youtube.com...

2) Penniston, who the binary message is attributed to, initially reported that he encountered the craft at the location that Col. Halt says he investigated (the site of the original landing/sighting report.) He (Penniston) however subsequently stated that he examined it at a different location.

3) Penniston’s notebook, which he claims contain detailed notes and sketches from his encounter, is dated December 27th, the day after the event was actually documented to have taken place.

4) Col. Halt’s initial report claiming to have examined the landing site and found depressions and evidence of radiation as well as burn makes, also attributes the same inconsistent date to the events. Furthermore, again, the site of this alleged physical investigation differs from that of Penniston’s alleged encounter with the craft.

5) Col. Halt’s affidavit testifies that he believes what was seen to be of extraterrestrial origin. However, he did not witness Penniston’s alleged encounter with the craft, or see it up close as they claim to have done.

6) New wrinkles seem to keep evolving from the original story, such as - now - this binary message. As others have mentioned, never once prior to this have I heard this element of the tale (that does not mean that it has never come up before, mind you.)

en.wikipedia.org...

So, at best, there is a large degree of inconsistency in the accounts, and the person to whom this binary message is attributed is the most inconsistent of the bunch as far as I can tell, at least.

I make it a rule not to make assertions I cannot prove, so I cannot say that this event did not take place as reported. Maybe it did. Maybe their memories were altered by the event or other forces of which they are unaware, somehow. I can only say that there are inconsistencies giving cause for me to be highly skeptical, personally.
edit on 1/1/2011 by AceWombat04 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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Fascinating! Havn't heard of Hy Brazil before, it sounds like some kind of Atlantis tale!

S+F



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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I've heard of this case before but this new documentary/decoding is the first I ever heard about a code being found.. so I was googling around and came across the wikipedia article ( I know, I know ) and so far I don't see any mention of code.. I've never dug deep into this I confess but binary is pretty easy to identify just by looking at it ( not easy to read of course ) .. why did it take so long for this to surface? This could easily have been drawn up after the fact .. I guess my suspicion is just getting the best of me... I'll keep reading on



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by AceWombat04
I'm am both fascinated by and skeptical of the Rendlesham incident. On the one hand, you have air force officers attesting to having seen an exotic and unexplained craft, and you further have one person supporting those claims in a sworn affidavit (although that person did not witness the details claimed by the other two.) Evidence was allegedly examined at the site of the incident.

Unfortunately, on the other hand, the reasons for my skepticism in this case are:

1) Jim Penniston and John Burroughs were the only two to have investigated the alleged sighting at the time it initially allegedly. They are the only ones who claim to have seen the alleged craft directly, and their accounts do not corroborate one another’s. In fact, they contradict each other. Penniston says he touched the craft, and extensively examined it for a lengthy period of time. Source: www.youtube.com... Burroughs, meanwhile, stated that as soon as they saw the craft, "we all hit the ground, and it went up into the trees." Source: www.youtube.com...

2) Penniston, who the binary message is attributed to, initially reported that he encountered the craft at the location that Col. Halt says he investigated (the site of the original landing/sighting report.) He (Penniston) however subsequently stated that he examined it at a different location.

3) Penniston’s notebook, which he claims contain detailed notes and sketches from his encounter, is dated December 27th, the day after the event was actually documented to have taken place.

4) Col. Halt’s initial report claiming to have examined the landing site and found depressions and evidence of radiation as well as burn makes, also attributes the same inconsistent date to the events. Furthermore, again, the site of this alleged physical investigation differs from that of Penniston’s alleged encounter with the craft.

5) Col. Halt’s affidavit testifies that he believes what was seen to be of extraterrestrial origin. However, he did not witness Penniston’s alleged encounter with the craft, or see it up close as they claim to have done.

6) New wrinkles seem to keep evolving from the original story, such as - now - this binary message. As others have mentioned, never once prior to this have I heard this element of the tale (that does not mean that it has never come up before, mind you.)

en.wikipedia.org...

So, at best, there is a large degree of inconsistency in the accounts, and the person to whom this binary message is attributed is the most inconsistent of the bunch as far as I can tell, at least.

I make it a rule not to make assertions I cannot prove, so I cannot say that this event did not take place as reported. Maybe it did. Maybe their memories were altered by the event or other forces of which they are unaware, somehow. I can only say that there are inconsistencies giving cause for me to be highly skeptical, personally.
edit on 1/1/2011 by AceWombat04 because: (no reason given)


Well put .. and as I said, prior to this I'd never heard mention of a code .. I also don't agree with the idea that any advanced civilization would know binary .. Just because we as humans came up with the system doesn't mean that every advanced race would also understand it. ( I'm a software developer, just for the record )

The whole thing sounds more and more shoddy as I think about it.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:20 PM
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Or perhaps this person typed a phrase into a binary translator, and recieved the numbers, but is claiming the reverse for $$$$.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:27 PM
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Always good have more information about our planet. Great post.

This make me look for more info about some topics.

Thanks.

S/F op.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:29 PM
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"Intergalactic aliens" who come from zillions of miles away -- and they use ASCII code????
en.wikipedia.org...

And they speak English????

ASCII is just a way of representing letters to a system. It uses a string of 1's and 0's to represent letters in the English alphabet (UF was developed to handle other language symbols). We use many other types of character "codes" including ANSI, Unicode, and a lot of others.

But we are expected to believe that these star-traveling voyagers have somehow showed up, found our Macintoshes so appealing that they promptly went out and bought one to learn how we wrote our alphabets... and then started using English to talk to each other.

This is about as likely as my handing you the full ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic set (over 250 different signs) and having you start communicating to me in that language -- by typing your words to me in that language.

Britain recently declassified all those documents and they're up for anyone to see:
en.wikipedia.org...

...no ASCII code mentioned there. I think it's a 'dramatization' made up by the show.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:34 PM
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thanks.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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Originally posted by BRITWARRIOR
I have watched countless documentary's about this well know case i was aware of someone touching the craft but never was it said binary code was put up on the crafts surface why has this not been mentioned till now?


because it was never said at all that binary code was ON the craft....but that upon Touching the craft, later when he went to rest, he began having dreams of binary code and though he didnt understand what it was, he was compelled to write the code down as it was in his dreams.

but IIRC, translating binary to alphanumeric takes 3 steps, if i recall from my navy longhand days, where instructors made us do it the long hand(no calculators/computers) way. once again, there are plenty of online programs now days, that convert binary on the fly, but CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG, it's converting binary code(1/0's) to hexadecimal, then to alphanumerics(whatever spoken language)....trying to get it right in my head is already giving me a headache again!!!

but it's a 3 step process long hand and not easy in the least, as one mistake anywhere, screws up the whole translation.
edit on 1-1-2011 by ahmonrarh because: typo



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Gee, what's the chance of another civilization in another Universe is actually using Ascii for their computers. And why Binary and not the Equivelent Hex Codes, and he even grouped them into 8 Bits

I reckon this story is 01001011 01110101 01101100 01101100 01110011 01101000 01101111 01110100



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:08 PM
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Originally posted by BRITWARRIOR
I have watched countless documentary's about this well know case i was aware of someone touching the craft but never was it said binary code was put up on the crafts surface why has this not been mentioned till now?


Because...the guy didn't tell anybody. Did you listen?



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:09 PM
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i believe the code is true, i wrote down as much of it i could see, then found a website that showed what numbers corresponded to what letter in the alphabet, it was a very tedious process, but it spelt out exactly the message that was decoded.
so i myself have no doubt that this code is real.



posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:23 PM
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from that picture i tired to get some binary out of it:

ok so there seems to be 8 positions
where the lines are either "on" being a line representing "1"
and some of those spaces with out a line or a "null" value so to say, that could represent "0"

Binary sequence starts,
from the top: 12 o clock position:
from top to bottom
left to right
clock wise:

numbers can be run from 12 o'clock
position starting with only left
side then alternating for a second
pass: using the right side,
or using the right side then alternating to the left side, for a second pass...

or left side to right side,
using a singular rotation

the numbers can then be run backwards so to say from bottom to top

then they can also be ran using all
of the afore mentioned methods
counter clock wise


there are 12 left / right sides,
(left and right sides have 8 bits a peice = to 1 byte per side, and two bytes per position)

12.
10010100 L/s
01110011 R/S
1.
10001100 L/s
01000011 R/S
2.
10111100 L/S
11110010 R/S
3.
00001100 L/s
01011001 R/S
4.
10100110 l/s
10000101 R/S
5.
01111010 L/S
11101011 R/S
6.
00010100 L/s
11101001 R/S
7.
00001011 L/S
01101001 R/S
8.
10010110 L/S
01101011 R/S
9.
10010100 L/S
11110001 R/S
10.
00001110 l/s
01101001 r/S
11.
10010110 l/s
01101011 R/S


anybody game to run those numbers in evey method to decipher it? just might tell us something....?

[if you are unclear of the method i used to obtain these numbers PM me for a more consice explanation, i hope i was able to convey they binary sequence i detered from the photo)




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