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Rendlesham forest binary code decoded

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posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:28 PM

Originally posted by MisterBurns
Thing is though, why the hell would he pick that location if he was faking, there isnt actually anything there as far as we know so as far as he knows becuase Hy Brasil is a myth or folklore.

K on Google Earth, that location is in the ocean, no land nearby... however...

If these co-ordinates relate to something ancient, the land masses may have moved since then, earhs axis might have changed several times etc...

One might never know what was at these co-ordinates 10,000's of years ago..

Pretty useful to know, but proving it would require knowing when the co-ordinates were used and mappinng the Earths/Land movements since that time.

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:46 PM
By "touching a craft", are you for real?. To believe in the code first you need to believe in the "craft" that he touched. So where is it, lets all go touch it...oh wait it doesn't exist except in this guys imagination. So you all are waisting your time trying to "decode" (snickers) some binary into a readable language? It seems all your efforts are supposing that it will decode into English? What if the code if it really exists isn't a number to letter language, it could just be numbers that do mean something but we simply do not know the "language".

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posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:47 PM
David Wilcock at the end, was the Buzzkill and loss of complete credibility in my eyes.

RT sighs and moves on.

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:48 PM
reply to post by XPLodER


only left side:
10010100 10001100 10111100 00001100
10100110 01111010 00010100 00001011
10010110 10010100 00001110 10010110

result: ”Œ¼ ¦z –”–

both: left to right
10010100 01110011 10001100 01000011
10111100 11110010 00001100 01011001
10100110 10000101 01111010 11101011
00010100 11101001 00001011 01101001
10010110 01101011 10010100 11110001
00001110 01101001 10010110 01101011

result: ”sŒC¼ò Y¦…zëé i–k”ñi–k

only right side:
01110011 01000011 11110010 01011001
10000101 11101011 11101001 01101001
01101011 11110001 01101001 01101011

result: sCòY…ëéikñik

only left side from bottom to top:
00101001 01100010 0111101 00110000
01100101 01011110 0010100 0 1010000
01101001 00101001 01110000 01101001

result: )1=0e^(Ði)pi

Originally posted by XPLodER

(HI)PIE + 1=O

edit on 1-1-2011 by nvprose1 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 11:48 PM
Look at how distracted you all are. Instead of looking at the stars you are being mislead by charlatans and their sci-fi fantasies.

Binary code....

The only reason binary code exists is so you can break down data/information into 2 bits and store them on magnetic storage devices using North polarity and South polarity magnetism. Also, so transistors can communicate by switching ON and OFF, almost like Morse code. Binary code only exists because of the limitations of human technology.

Other than that, there is ZERO reason for anyone to communicate with binary. Binary just makes the message longer than it needs to be. Why would they send him messages in binary and not just actual text, or words? If they are smart enough to send messages directly to the brain, you would think they could do text, or words, or even pictures.



Just to say hello with 5 characters you have to send a total of 40 zeros and ones. It seems counter productive, and unnecessary, and very unintelligent.

This entire thing seems like a giant HOAX. I wouldn't waste time on it... thats what it seems like they want you to do...

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:04 AM
You should really look into the history of binary code.. Been around since the 17th century.. I Ching is also considered a type of binary code.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:08 AM
Ok so this is probably one of my favorite things I've read on ATS yet. Star and Flag for you sir for putting this up. Hy Brasil... cool!

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:12 AM

Originally posted by Tholidor

To put this new binary information in context we need to keep in mind that although today computer knowledge is almost universal, in 1980 the number of people who understood the binary nature of computer architecture was extremely limited.

I have to agree with your assessment. Heck I took a class in basic programming back in college in 1979 and I still wouldn't of known what binary code was all about. If you're current age is 40's or 50's, back than unless you were a computer science major, you wouldn't know about binary codes. There are people now in this age group that don't want anything to do with computers or know the bare minimum on how to use them. (My brother in-law and sister in-law are a typical example of being clueless when it comes to using a computer).

These guys seem like there in that same age group. I don't know any computer training courses that I've taken that really went into explaining binary code. Some of the teachers might of casually talked about them being on and off switches, but unless you wanted to learn programming or how computers function who would really care? Most people just wanted to learn how to use the internet and maybe some applications.

10010010101 - If I had a mental impression of this back than I wouldn't know what to make of it. It's hard to think what kind of mental state anybody would be in after having that close of an encounter with something that was so conflicting from their everyday sense of reality.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:17 AM
I had seen this when it was aired on the History Channel. I watched the whole film again to refresh my memory of what I knew of the event. Although I have nothing new information wise to add, I do have one question about the records that the U.S. Airforce supposedly has on this event. Where would the records be kept and is it likely that the 9/11 aircraft that hit the Pentagon had two missions: destroy the evidence of the accounting records concerning the trillions of dollars that coundn't be accounted for and records concerning UFO'S?

Strange where my mind wanders sometimes
Any thoughts?

S&F on the info.
edit on 2-1-2011 by yrwehere1 because: added a few words here and there

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:44 AM
How can anyone know why an advanced civilization would use binary code to communicate? It wouldn't necessarily mean that they use it to communicate among themselves. If they communicate telepathically, and can read minds, maybe they knew this guy wouldn't of figured this out until 10 years later?

Years ago scientists said there was no possible way interplanetary travel was possible because man would have to travel at the speed of light. Now they're talking about bending space and time to travel long distances in space.

For an advanced race, that has the technological capabilities that we can't even imagine, how can you expect to figure out why they would do the things they do? It may seem pretty stupid to us, but maybe there is a reason nobody is really contemplating?

I just think this case is very compelling. To think this guy is throwing out this binary code to increase their popularity or to embellish their story, just doesn't make sense.

Just my 2 cents.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:45 AM
reply to post by XPLodER

ran it again just to be sure:

from the 12 oclock position, left side, bottom to top:
00101101 00110000 00111101
00110000 01100101 01011110
00101000 11010000 01101001
00101001 01110000 01101001

result: -0=0e^(Ði)pi

Originally posted by XPLodER

(HI)PIE + 1=O

Originally posted by nvprose1
reply to post by XPLodER

only left side from bottom to top:
00101001 01100010 0111101 00110000
01100101 01011110 0010100 0 1010000
01101001 00101001 01110000 01101001

result: )1=0e^(Ði)pi

hmmmm....? i can see there is two spacing issues with my first attempt
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 12:57 AM
that the coordinates may not be land coordinates, but sky coordinates. I wish I had one of those big radio telescopes and could align it with the given coordinates for a week for observational purposes. I stated in an earlier post that an intelligent being might have made contact with one of our satellites, and upon inspection discovered the binary transmissions coming to and from the device. The aliens themselves may have deciphered their message into code feeling we on Earth would easily understand it. I wouldn't expect the code to come out perfect. If it was perfect with no flaws I'd call BS. For one I have no clue what "alphabet" the aliens use so even converting into English would be a huge challenge, then taking that and converting it yet again into binary, then passing it not into a computer, but directly into a brain probably scramble it a bit, hate it when the interfaces don't match up, then this guy not fully understanding it and eventually writing it down, probably with a few errors himself. After all that if it said go under the sphinx to find the door that leads to the ship or some other "out there" thing again I'd call BS. The message is a bit vague, a bit scrambled, and in need of better research. Look to the sky, that's all I can think. This message is 30 years old, we might have been told here's where we are from, here's where we need to go, here's where to look for the comet/asteroid/meteor that's going to hit Earth, not sure, not enough information and with all the nay sayers and the "taboo" associated with this type of thing, it'll probably be to late if this was a warning. Maybe they were asking direction, who knows?

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:00 AM
reply to post by Ironclad

People apparently knew about it before this guy because someone else posted poems written about the place and there are also supposedly legends, stories and general folklore about the spot.. all it would take is for someone to pick that obscure spot, take some interesting words and partial sentences mixed in with gibberish and noise then feed it into a binary translator ... then you got yourself a mystery that the every day joe will be impressed by ..

as pointed out.. binary doesn't make much sense

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:04 AM
Keep in mind there's no evidence that the binary code we're seeing was written in 1980 .. as mentioned, this new evidence was never mentioned before .. it's not been seen before.. where'd it come from and why was it not mentioned previously?

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:15 AM
Like miniatus said, there are tons of binary to ascii encoders/decoders on the web that could have been used to create this message, also, there were many types of ascii formats back in the day (and there still are) So how did this spaceship know that this was the right ascii encoding?

The Aliens had to have encoded the binary message based on an ascii map, however this event happened in 1980, and while ascii existed then (Teletype used ascii for some of their machines), the primary binary to text encoding was EBCDIC which is a completely different map bit map than ascii. It was only in 1981 that ascii started to become popular.

So did the Aliens take a guess as to which encoding to use? I dunno, seems like they would use the more predomiant encoding if that was the case.
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:24 AM
reply to post by XPLodER

I never heard about Hy-brazil until I saw the Aliens show this thursday. It's worth checking out.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:32 AM
reply to post by XPLodER

How do you learn the language to speak it? Also, no, binary is not the best. Molecular is, with each element being a word or emotion, etc etc. THAT is universal.

This just looks like some guy ho got a binary code translator and translated what he wanted.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:37 AM

Originally posted by Byrd
"Intergalactic aliens" who come from zillions of miles away -- and they use ASCII code????

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.

If one accepts the notion that these beings could travel vast distances to our planet, do you not think they might have the ability to understand our language? If 'they' are truly here, its likely they've been here for a while.

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.

This is a horrible comparison. Words are merely symbols used to communicate ideas through a mutual understanding of the meaning behind those symbols. If you were to hand me a hieroglyphic set, of course I could not communicate effectively, because I do not understand the meaning of the symbols.

However, if you gave the set to an Egyptologist fluent in the language, it would not be an issue. Perhaps the reason binary ASCII code was used is because the person who received the message is capable of decoding it?

I agree it seems unlikely, but so does every other aspect of this story when viewed from 'our' point of view.

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:48 AM
I would of been impressed if the aliens used binary --> petscii and conveyed the message in pictures instead of english.

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 03:14 AM

Originally posted by GoldenChild

Originally posted by Jademonkey2k

The small segment of text that was produced from his code that he wrote is monumental. You would have more chance of assembaling a fully functioning F17 from a tornado passing through a junk yard then writing that from memory.

Its a statistical impossibility that someone today could have memorised that entire sequence, and even less likely that they could have simply guess it.

Not to take away from the rest of your post, or even to suggest that the guy was a savant, but it's certainly not an impossibility that the sequence could be memorised - many people possess the memory skills to do such a thing, and it's apparently a lot easier to remember binary than denary. The world record for memorising a binary sequence is over 4,000 digits, albeit with an unspecified number of errors: link. According to the same website, the record for recalling Pi is almost 68,000 digits: link

I'll bet you an F17 (or equivalent cash alternative) that I could memorise the 12 pages of binary

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True enough i suppose mate, i was just trying to make the point of how complicated and difficult it would be. From what i have read so far on this thread alot of people are saying how easy it would have been to make a messege and turn it into binary code then say it was from the UFO. Agreed it would certainly be easy to do today, infact it would probably take me al of 5 minutes with the right software.

But were talking 30 years ago. There were very few people back then who knew what binary code was let alone have the knowledge to actuly write/convert it. From a techie point of view im just saying that it would have been very very dificult to do back then.

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