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NSA releases 29 messages from space?

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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:36 PM
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*Bangs his head*

I know this has been said by others, but it can't be said often enough:

All these are are attempts at describing what messages might be and how we might solve them.

Basically they posted the "signals" in one issue of the magazine and said "try to solve. The key is in the next issue." Similar to a newspaper putting the crossword puzzle in one day and the answer to that puzzle the next day.




posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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Originally posted by Ear-Responsible
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Haha are you seriously THAT naive? Your home computer is cake to an elite hacker. And yes the mods response was uneducated. Hence the sarcasm tags..


Naive? You're funny!!!

Tell ya what; you find one of your "elite hackers" tell him to get a file, or, indeed, any other data off my computer. Now, I'm not talking about one of the others on my wee network, nor, the server, but, "this" machine! I'll bet "pick of litter" from my Wolf's next one (around Feb. 2012 ... worth $700+). Your hacker will also have to leave no tracks, or any other indication he was there

Actually, you seem like someone who has accepted, hook, line, and sinker; the BS about how weak security is. Though, I will give you; that any computer could be better secured. Yet mine only has what I need, and since I don't have any seriously sensitive data here (only business "secrets" of my clients, and some of their outdated data), my security just isn't that tight. Yet, I seriously doubt you or anyone else could break in.

In other words; BRING IT!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:42 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
Well I've read through it and it appears they are trying to decipher the messages but are having a bit of trouble. Maybe they released it on the web in the hopes that somebody who thinks outside the preprogramed conventional box can crack it?


I'm going to try, yeah really, hey man I got an A in calculus, and my professor was excited after I missed a whole week of lecture from being sick and taught myself derivitives LOL.
Peace,
Marriah
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:47 PM
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Originally posted by cuthbert
*Bangs his head*

I know this has been said by others, but it can't be said often enough:

All these are are attempts at describing what messages might be and how we might solve them.

Basically they posted the "signals" in one issue of the magazine and said "try to solve. The key is in the next issue." Similar to a newspaper putting the crossword puzzle in one day and the answer to that puzzle the next day.


I hope you alerted mods otherwise you're going to be banging your head continuously until the world ends or ATS closes... which ever comes first.

*** General Message: If you don't alert mods to redundant threads to get them closed, you can't get mad that they remain open and continue to receive replies, help the mods do their job. That's like freaking out over a burning house but refusing to call the fire department. ***



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by Nobama
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I hate hearing the word hacker thrown around, when no one here really knows how hacking is done, seriously you guys watch to much movies..


CEH here. I know all there is about system penetrations, been coding since 1977, that is probably older than most people on this thread.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:57 PM
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I was a bit surprised by the number of people who actually believed this. NSA is never going to release anything like this and diclosure won't happen until the aliens land on the White House lawn. Disclosure is like believing in the Rapture. You hope and pray it will happen, but in your heart you know it won't happen in your lifetime, if at all.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by cuthbert
*Bangs his head*

I know this has been said by others, but it can't be said often enough:

All these are are attempts at describing what messages might be and how we might solve them.

Basically they posted the "signals" in one issue of the magazine and said "try to solve. The key is in the next issue." Similar to a newspaper putting the crossword puzzle in one day and the answer to that puzzle the next day.


However, if you look at yet another article on the site you will find:



In the most recent issue of the NSA Technical Journal- Vol. XI, No. 1Mr.
Lambros D. Callimahos discussed certain aspects of extraterrestrial
intelligence and included seueral messages to test the reader's ingenuity.
In the foUowing pages, Dr. H. H. Campaigne offers additional communications
from outer space.


Recently a series of radio messages was heard coming from outer
space.
The transmission was not continuous but was cut by pauses
into pieces which could be taken as units, for they were repeated over
and over again.

(emphasis mine)

This would seem to indicate that there were indeed unknown, non-Terrestrial radio message received. And, further, that they were decoded, and perhaps understood.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:01 PM
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Originally posted by maestromason

Originally posted by Nobama
reply to post by Ear-Responsible
 


I hate hearing the word hacker thrown around, when no one here really knows how hacking is done, seriously you guys watch to much movies..


CEH here. I know all there is about system penetrations, been coding since 1977, that is probably older than most people on this thread.


You don't know ALL there is to know, nobody knows everything. Coding from 1977 means nothing. It's like saying somebody coding for Microsoft since 2001 has nothing on you who has more experience on the older systems. Yes you might know a thing or two about DOS, C++ and the older coding methods but it doesn't by any means make you any better than a top "penetrator" who started in 2009.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:06 PM
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I agree, IF and that is a huge IF there are other conscious beings out there I doubt that they would be interested in primordial slime that cannot get along with each other let alone another "species of high intelligence".

Drake's Equation has been narrowed down since its inception, so that makes the chances a lot more slimmer. You have a better chance of winning the Lotto and becoming a millionaire, than seeing a "grey" come to this planet. I would rather win the lotto.
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:12 PM
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I guess you never saw the X-Files show about the government putting a binary code in a comic book, offering free comic books for life it someone could solve it. A little kid solved it. So putting this in a magezine,
So that is not unheard of. As a matter of fact it is very cost effective. The same thing was done in the UK to break the code of the of the Sheperd's Monument. It got cracked.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:14 PM
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Originally posted by scottlpool2003

You don't know ALL there is to know, nobody knows everything. Coding from 1977 means nothing. It's like saying somebody coding for Microsoft since 2001 has nothing on you who has more experience on the older systems. Yes you might know a thing or two about DOS, C++ and the older coding methods but it doesn't by any means make you any better than a top "penetrator" who started in 2009.


I've got a few years on him, and have been at it for nearly 40 years. Does that mean I don't know anything either?

Y'all need to understand something; If it wasn't for the work that he, I, and people like us have done, back inprehistoric times, y'all wouldn't have those machines you take for granted.

Yeah, he's old, probably started with Unix, or something even older (JCL?), but, he, like I, have an advantage; we were around when it all started, and we built what you have today.

That said; No he doesn't know everything. But, I'll bet he has a better clue than the rest of y'all.

Oh, by the way (almost forgot to mention); C++ is currently the language of choice forall major applications (Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Unix, . . .). Every serious application you run was written in C++.

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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by AnthraAndromda

Originally posted by scottlpool2003

You don't know ALL there is to know, nobody knows everything. Coding from 1977 means nothing. It's like saying somebody coding for Microsoft since 2001 has nothing on you who has more experience on the older systems. Yes you might know a thing or two about DOS, C++ and the older coding methods but it doesn't by any means make you any better than a top "penetrator" who started in 2009.


I've got a few years on him, and have been at it for nearly 40 years. Does that mean I don't know anything either?

Y'all need to understand something; If it wasn't for the work that he, I, and people like us have done, back inprehistoric times, y'all wouldn't have those machines you take for granted.

Yeah, he's old, probably started with Unix, or something even older (JCL?), but, he, like I, have an advantage; we were around when it all started, and we built what you have today.

That said; No he doesn't know everything. But, I'll bet he has a better clue than the rest of y'all.

Oh, by the way (almost forgot to mention); C++ is currently the language of choice forall major applications (Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Unix, . . .). Every serious application you run was written in C++.

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Easy tiger, I didn't, nor did I mean to say/mention/put across that what you guys did back in the 70's is irrelevant now. You laid the foundation for the software we use today. I understand bits of C++ but I was taught old school. I use the more up-to-date software which is mainly C++ back-end. A lot of people don't know that, they just think that the modern day software is what the coding types are today. I praise you guys, I bet you can code in Binary too! That takes some time to understand.

I think you missed the point I was getting at though. Just because you can code in those languages and have a vast amount of experience, it doesn't by any means make you a given for being able to penetrate absolutely any system in the whole world. You simply cannot have the knowledge to do this. You know those types of coding because you were taught those types of coding. I don't have any doubt that with time & effort working on a specific system, you could find a way... So could anyone, chances are though, by the time you break through the security, you're found out, system is shut down and the bug is fixed.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:31 PM
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Nvm.
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:31 PM
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Originally posted by Nobama
reply to post by Ear-Responsible
 


I hate hearing the word hacker thrown around, when no one here really knows how hacking is done, seriously you guys watch to much movies..

..and you know what about me exactly?



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:34 PM
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muchas gracias senor!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:35 PM
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They can't decide how to make disclosure, they don't want to lose political clout, they don't want competition between shadow governments, they want to be able to control clandestine national security agencies in a undemocratic way and, continue to control extraterrestrial affairs in a secret.
Come on, read between the lines here, sounds like b.s. There is nothing to disclose except deception. Read on at the website below.

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:40 PM
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Gawd, here we go again. More rhetoric about Planet-X a.k.a Nibiru.
Even if it was real, based on the only Life Model we have to compare to, how could any life let alone Inteligent life evolve when a Planet is on such a large elipitical orbit. Having no fixed sun, going from extreme cold and dark to bright and hot. It sounds like something Ron Hubbard would write about, Oh I forget he did write about it.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:40 PM
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Wheres that young einstein kid at.. he would give the code a run for its money i would suspect!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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I am RAW, that is all YOU NEED TO KNOW, that is if you understand what RAW is.

I love boolean algebraic expressions.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:43 PM
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i got curious and went the site i go to when i play words with friends that can unscramble words, www.wordswithfriendscheat.com...ht tp://www.wordswithfriendscheat.com/words-with-friends-word-generator/

I used this website to unscramble possible words from the list that was generated on page 2 posted by Erongaricuaro.

on list #29 of the list of scrambled words I got: JAPAN from:
NKVPAAJCV

Anyone can help if ya want. Creepy that Japan got messed up recently with their Tsunami and earthquakes.

Perhaps these are warnings that their planet has gone thru.
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