posted on Apr, 11 2014 @ 03:30 PM
Signal heard to start up strongly at 19:51 GMT. I have been thinking--- When the signal displayed extra, weaker pulses, interspersed with the usual
ones, a few days ago, I tended to think that there could be another transmitter in the picture, or a change in the pulsing format. Perhaps that was
It could have been round-the world propagation, from a not-too-distant transmitter. The short path providing the stronger pulses, the round-the-world
path supplying the weaker, interspersed pulses, delayed slightly by their longer trip. It takes a radio wave about 1/7 of a second to go all the way
around the world. The way the secondary pulses faded in and out, even more than the usual ones, tends to support this possibility.
In order for the time delay to be long enough to be perceived as an echo, the transmitter would have to be substantially closer in one direction, than
in the other.