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Rendlesham forest binary code decoded

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 02:15 PM
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Originally posted by micpsi
Only to you for some strange reason. Both are highly respected in the UFO world.



No.... Just no...

Linda Moulton Howe is on the Hall of Shame. She is a serial hoaxer who creates fake stories and sensationalizes claims to attract subscribers to her website. She holds important information hostage until you buy products from her, and then that information turns out to be a sham. She lost all credibility years ago.

Till this day she still withholds important information about a certain UFO sighting (California Drone), and she wont release it because we all know it will prove her to be a fraud (again) if she does.

Anything with her name attached to it is highly suspect. She is just another "journalist" that plays on people's curiosity to make her money. She can't even be called a "journalist" because she doesn't do any actual research or journalism, she just finds outrageous claims and regurgitates them onto the internet without doing any fact checking.
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 03:29 PM
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It's sad that your all wasting your time with this story. Why would this guy wait 30 some odd years to reveal that he miraculously remembered a ridiculous amount of binary code, completely bogus... I'm sure he decided to put this out once he found a nifty little tool that converts English to binary, like the link below. Secondly, and most importantly, why would an alien species send a binary code that translates to English. If an alien species knows English, since it would be converting it to binary, than why wouldn't they simply send the message in English and not waste their time converting into binary code?? C'mon people... really???


www.roubaixinteractive.com...



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 03:58 PM
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Really interesting video. Birinary codes cant be easy to make. the video seems to be legit, and it is also the history channel. wonder what it all means



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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You know what I find amazing is if you go to google Earth and enter these coordinates according to this article, it locates a spot that is 2011 feet underwater. Seems like a weird coincidence, maybe we are heading for a official contact with ET this year.

scienceray.com...



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:05 PM
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Fascinating thread, and fascinating comment. I was thinking more of Avalon, never thought to compare the possible location to the Tuatha Dé Danann. Thank you OP, and thank you Kieran1.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:34 PM
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EXPLORATIONOGHUMANITY
0942532N13131269WCONTI)¦S¦
UO USUFO RPLANETARY ADVAN9


If this code interpreted in reverse, maybe the message could read:
[sic] Advanced Planetary UFO [which can be found at these Global coordinates] Use For Humanity Exploration.

What if there is really an "Advanced" UFO, just waiting for humans to locate and use to explore planets that is really located underwater near Hy Brasill?!? Hmmm.

I personally think that the human mind has many MANY dormant features, that can be activated or deactivated at anytime from beyond (or because of a fluke accident like lightning strike). But who knows, maybe the lightning strike was intentional...and from beyond, but our human minds cant comprehend this because of the "Human rule" of seeing is believing. If we are just too undeveloped to "see" these things yet. Our minds can be accessed, believe that. We are even now as humans learning to interact with human brains with technological implants to improve vision or for physically disabled persons interface computers to control on-screen actions for example. If we can do this now, as a species - an advanced species can certainly implant messages into ones brain.

Heck, maybe THIS is the aliens motive all along? To implant odd images and messages that we take in our minds, but dont necessarily understand that take some effort to decipher and interpret? If they were our guardians, which I think they are, I can see how this method would help "Advance" the human species thus the planet as a whole through our own internal psychological discovery when interpreting the message received. They would want to indirectly help us I imagine and not hand us the message on a silver platter. For instance, give a technical message to someone NOT technical, an artistic message to a person with NO creativity or a sensual message to someone who is out of touch with their feelings. This would force the message one received to be decoded the "long way around" and would prove the message receiver worthy of understanding the message if one would ever learn the method to figure the crafted message out. For this soldier at Rendlesham, he had to learn what binary was or provide the message to someone who understood the binary message. What if we are just biological robots that have been grown by a technological species, and this is the technological gods experiment - this planetary kennel to see if we as a species can survive on our own. If we are like the fish in the fishbowl, we don't understand that there is another world of observers from outside of the glass tank. To be honest, that is what we are really like. Humans are just a really REALLY advanced Perfect" robot. Can re-energize and store the energy where? No over-sized batteries required! If I were designing and building the PERFECT robot civilization, I would make it harvest its own energy from available energy sources (food), not need any batteries, can replicate oneself - every version there after would be more adapted to environment...just like, well humans! Mark my words, in the future the fastest computer chips will be biological in nature.

Now to the "experience". Their thoughts of the events as stored in their brain has been interrupted. The internal "clock" that the brain associated with active consciousness has been slightly altered by the technology of the field around the craft. The crafts outer field was able to toggle consciousness and unconsciousness within the patrolmen, thus their story's are inconsistent at times, and they cant explain why. About the craft, a triangular craft that had lights on all sides, and can implant thoughts into the your brain - or you minds eye. Most likley a drone craft that is controlled from the beyond. Well, the triangle on the back of the dollar bill with the eye in the middle - which represents our minds eye. This could be a coincidence, maybe not. Maybe the government is well aware of this type craft. Maybe this is our connection to our higher power... like a drone craft that is constantly observing - ready to implant a message, like inception to gently move by mental persuasion the herd of sheep (us) one way or another for the benefit of society, civilization and advancement. Sorry if so long of a post, I just felt compelled to sign up for an account on this forum and post this. Maybe this is is my binary code moment and there is an alien craft on my roof as I type this.

Anyways, I believe the guys, you can just tell they are not making this up.


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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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Holy Moly GodKil you signed up to post that? I am glad you did, that was a well thought out piece. Welcome! I still can't shake the fact that this is the first time I have seen or heard of this code. It is an old story and for a new piece of info to pop out at this time makes me question the whole thing. They've had these guys tell their stories on all the UFO show's, they even make the UFO circuit down in Nevada, yet NOW they decide to release the code he picked up by the UFO. Smells funny...



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 10:36 PM
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Lets come down from the clouds on this and look at some simple logic.

We all know that binary codes can represent anything numeric or alphabetic , but they are the way machines must process this information, not humans. They are the method used to toggle flip-flops so that they can hierarchicaly register a result.
There are many binary formats: ASCII, Unicode,ECDIC,BCD, Hollerith, multi-bit floating point w/exponent, excess 50 notation ,16/32/64/128 bit integral..., the list goes on for a long time.

It takes only 6 bits to store the uppercase alphabet, numerics 0-9 and some special characters.
Here , we see the translated encoding using our standard ASCII format, 8-bit. That is 256 possiblilities,
again a format designed for machines so that you can store lowercase and upper case alphabet, numerics and another 196 possibilities to spare so you can have special character sets, introducers, attributes and even a space to code the special character codes of another language.

So, if you are going to transmit something in binary to a living organism, (which is stupid in the first place) , why not use a 6 bit encoding scheme, so the organism does not have to deal with the address space of the other 2 bits.... or - why not just use the symbolic characters anyway, since 'they' obviously knew what they where in order to code it into ASCII 8-bit binary in the first place. - SMELLS HOAX- A human invention using human inventions.


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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 11:42 PM
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Yea, replying to my own post, but it occurred to me that the Chinese have a symbolic character set of 80,000 symbols. It takes 33 bits to translate that alphabet....... and a human machine would force that into a 64-bit frame. Imagine getting that sent to you telepathically in binary!!!.... Those smart aliens must have picked an English country as the purveyors of this most important message....... Another reason to write this off as pure B.S. .
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posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 12:37 AM
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Obvious Hoax is Obvious Hoax - the implication is that the UFO story
linked to Rendelsham is Hoax.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 12:56 AM
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New to the board - sad, but I joined just for this topic... and at 1:30AM to boot.

Anyway, I notice that several of you are going with EXPLORATIONOGHUMANITY as one of the decoded lines. Keep in mind that the binary code for "G" is one character different from "F":

G = 01000111
F = 01000110

Easy enough to believe that there was an error in transcribing. EXPLORATION OF HUMANITY makes a bit more sense (whether the story is true or not).

I've also noticed several people question the validity of the message because the binary code was translated into English - and to some extent, I'd have to agree. While transmitted in binary, the code is actually binary representations of English in the form of ASCII. While ASCII is understood across the globe & "HI" will always be translated to "01001000 01001001", the fact remains that the sender had to know that they were trying to say "HI" in the first place. Which raises the argument: why not just say "HI"?

Nonetheless, I'm interested in looking at the rest of the code - has anyone been able to grab the entire ASCII text from beginning to end? I wouldn't mind playing around with the numbers to see if there may have been other transpositions, as well as any missing or extra characters.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 01:03 AM
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So what does the code say? I really am having difficulty finding the meat and potatoes of this claim in this thread unless i missed something? Does it say we are getting fat and stupid? Well i would agree but tell us something we do not all ready know or have heard from doomsdayers.


Can someone throw me a bone here



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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The implication is: That the translated text is in ASCII, and as such, is a fundamental flaw. We need go no further.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 07:01 AM
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I think you hit the nail on the head with the word 'visual'
If one has the ability to see in a 'general' light and progress through evolution to
create and use a technology that can either take you to another planet or allow you to
send a probe, then the natural assumption when communicating would be to show
visual images.

This whole thing smacks of 'a message within a message' scenario of a piece of fiction.
Are we to assume the craft (accepting the event occurred!) could only communicate with
a being that had the capability to accept and store binary information AND have the talent
to accept such information via touch!?

Wouldn't images of it's own planet or certain visual actions of our planet be used to request an
audience with our leader?
B.S may well the answer here.

edit on 3-1-2011 by A boy in a dress because: Left nail varnish in Edit Room.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 07:47 AM
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010101110110010100100000011000010111001001100101001000000110000101101100011010010110010101101110011100110010000001100001011011100110010000100000011101 110110010100100000011010000110000101110110011001010010000001100011011011110110110101100101001000000111010001101111001000000110010101100001011101000010 000001111001011011110111010101110010001000000110001001100001011000100110100101100101011100110010000000101000011010010110111001100110011000010110111001 110100011100110010100100101110001011100010111001110000011011000110010101100001011100110110010100100000011100000111001001100101011100110110010101101110 011101000010000001110100011010000110010101101101001000000110100101101110001000000110000101101110001000000110111101110010011001000110010101110010011001 010110010000100000011001100110000101110011011010000110100101101111011011100010111000100000



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy

Originally posted by micpsi
Only to you for some strange reason. Both are highly respected in the UFO world.



No.... Just no...

Yes, just yes. Any wild accusation can be made without proof. We here at ATS should strive higher than character assassination. Anyone can play that game.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
Linda Moulton Howe is on the Hall of Shame. She is a serial hoaxer who creates fake stories and sensationalizes claims to attract subscribers to her website.

Claim rejected because you offer no proof.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
She holds important information hostage until you buy products from her, and then that information turns out to be a sham. She lost all credibility years ago.

Oh! She did not give you the explosive information you were expecting. How sad!
For you only. Many other people (including me) don't subscribe to her site yet are very satisfied with the level of information she gives.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
Till this day she still withholds important information about a certain UFO sighting (California Drone), and she wont release it because we all know it will prove her to be a fraud (again) if she does.

You don't know that at all. It's just empty supposition. Your negative attitude warps your understanding. There can be other perfectly innocent and acceptable reasons for withholding information. For example, she may not have permission to use the photos, drawings or interviews.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
Anything with her name attached to it is highly suspect.

That's YOUR opinion based upon the narrow evidence of your personal disappointment. It is not an objective position to take that is based upon a weighty amount of evidence.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
She is just another "journalist" that plays on people's curiosity to make her money.

More jaundiced points of view based upon too narrow a base of evidence. An unscientific statement.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
She can't even be called a "journalist" because she doesn't do any actual research or journalism,

Sheer nonsense! Howe does an enormous amount of research in the field, interviewing people and investigating all angles of a case.

Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
she just finds outrageous claims and regurgitates them onto the internet without doing any fact checking.

That's sheer nonsense, too. Howe is VERY thorough in her fact-checking. It was enough to earn her an Emmy years ago for her investigation into animal mutilations and she has never stopped being so thorough since then.

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If you are going to criticize someone as well-known as Linda Moulton Howe, try, first, gathering together some evidence, rather than relying on long-held prejudices that stem from some disappointment you had in thinking you were going to buy information more impressive than it turned out. Howe is an outstanding investigator in the field of UFOs and the paranormal and I reject your opinion as inadequately researched.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 09:19 AM
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Originally posted by A boy in a dress
reply to post by charlyv
 


I think you hit the nail on the head with the word 'visual'
If one has the ability to see in a 'general' light and progress through evolution to
create and use a technology that can either take you to another planet or allow you to
send a probe, then the natural assumption when communicating would be to show
visual images.

This whole thing smacks of 'a message within a message' scenario of a piece of fiction.
Are we to assume the craft (accepting the event occurred!) could only communicate with
a being that had the capability to accept and store binary information AND have the talent
to accept such information via touch!?

Wouldn't images of it's own planet or certain visual actions of our planet be used to request an
audience with our leader?
B.S may well the answer here.

edit on 3-1-2011 by A boy in a dress because: Left nail varnish in Edit Room.


Alternatively, the answer may be an inability of yours to answer the easy questions you set yourself which you wrongly think no one else can answer. No, we are NOT to assume that the craft could only communicate with someone who knew binary code. Penniston says he did not understand it at the time and is still merely the messenger, not the translator. There is no need to assume that it could communicate only with someone who had the ability to accept this information by touch. I know you wanted to create and then exaggerate the improbability of it all by creating a second false question, but I have to point out the possibility to you that the communication might have worked WHOEVER had touched the hull of the craft. Secondly, why on Earth do you assume that the pilot(s) of the craft wanted to be taken to our leader?! I thought such stereotyped thinking about aliens and UFOs had disappeared by now. It just is not good enough to prescribe what YOU think aliens would want to communicate to Earthlings, then - because they didn't in this case - use that as an argument that the story is all made up. That is such weak thinking that it makes your conclusion of likely B.S. worthless.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 09:48 AM
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why has this guy never mentioned this before now?...ive heard him talk many times and never heard him mention this binary code attack he had..

very very suspicious...



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 10:33 AM
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We’ve been looking at it all wrong.

They’re not meant to be 1s and 0s, they are dots and dashes. I’ve run the “binary” code through a Morse code translator randomly adding spaces until syntax is achieved. So, for example, 10001100 = . - - - . . - - which reads “Jim” and 01101101 00010111 1110111 = - . .-. .-. --- .-. .. ... - .... which decodes to “terrorists”.

Morse decode (punctuation added for clarity):

“Jim, you are right, this is a device from the future. We know you don’t understand binary so were transmitting Morse directly into your brain. This is a crucial message. You must alert the authorities about an incident that will take place around 20 years from now. The date will be September 11, 2001. Terrorists will attack America with hijacked airliners. For God’s sake, Jim, don’t sit on this! Only YOU can prevent it happening!”


Of course, I jest. But the fact is that Penniston said he believed the original incident to be some contact with people from the future and he now reveals that they gave him a message of importance which he admits to doing nothing with for 30 years. So if he was telling the truth, it could have been a vital message such as an alert about 9/11.



posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 10:42 AM
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... Alternatively, the answer may be an inability of yours to answer the easy questions you set yourself
which you wrongly think no one else can answer. No, we are NOT to assume that the craft could only
communicate with someone who knew binary code.

Thank you for your brusque answer and I apologise if I gave off the idea that nobody could answer it.
I must 'brush up' on my debate skills!
I was attempting to ask if the supposed action of the craft was a standard one, what was the
chances that the 'toucher' would be able to find the binary information useful.


... Penniston says he did not understand it at the time and is still merely the messenger, not the translator.
There is no need to assume that it could communicate only with someone who had the ability to accept
this information by touch.

Thank you for your response.




... I know you wanted to create and then exaggerate the improbability of it all by creating a second
false question, but I have to point out the possibility to you that the communication might have
worked WHOEVER had touched the hull of the craft


I assure you, I was not wanting to create and exaggerate anything. The second question wasn't
false, it was just a question and I again, apologise if I've upset you.
I was looking at the report from another angle and asked questions from that angle, I'm sorry if
I didn't just accept the video as fact.
Must try harder BIAD!



Secondly, why on Earth do you assume that the pilot(s) of the craft wanted to be taken to our leader?!
I thought such stereotyped thinking about aliens and UFOs had disappeared by now.
It just is not good enough to prescribe what YOU think aliens would want to communicate to Earthlings,
then - because they didn't in this case - use that as an argument that the story is all made up.
That is such weak thinking that it makes your conclusion of likely B.S. worthless.


The 'leader' mention was a light-hearted quip... sorry again about the levity.
It's just not good enough for who? Is there a 'gauntlet'-like test one must endure at ATS?
It may well be that these assumed aliens did communicate with 'Earthlings' and the message has
possibly failed, but I believe that most here would wish to make sure the account has noble merits
and not just accept that Halt's and the computer expert's interpretation at face value.

Thank you for the 'weak thinking' comment... happy new year.
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