Monday, August 29, 2016

Is Earth being contacted by ALIENS? Mystery radio signals coming from a sun-like star baffle scientists

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 Two SETI research groups will track HD 164595 tonight using the Allen Telescope Array (pictured) in northern California and the Boquete Optical SETI Observatory in Panama
Two SETI research groups will track HD 164595 tonight using the Allen Telescope Array (pictured) in northern California and the Boquete Optical SETI Observatory in Panama A spike in radio signals coming from the direction of a sun-like star has excited astronomers.

The signals seem to be originating from a sun-like star known as HD 164595 in the constellation Hercules, around 95 light years away.

Scientists suggest they are likely to be the result of a natural phenomenon, such as 'microlensing', in which the star's gravity strengthens and focus signals from elsewhere. 

But astronomers have also asked Seti (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) to take a closer look at whether they could be a message from ET. 

More @ Daily Mail


 An illustration depicts the Breakthrough Starshot Nanocraft, revealed at a press conference on April 12, 2016.

Stephen Hawking Helps Launch Project 'Starshot' for Interstellar Space Exploration

 Stephen Hawking wants humanity to reach the stars. 
The famed cosmologist, along with a group of scientists and billionaire investor Yuri Milner, unveiled an ambitious new $100 million project today (April 12) called Breakthrough Starshot, which aims to build the prototype for a tiny, light-propelled robotic spacecraft that could visit the nearby star Alpha Centauri after a journey of just 20 years.

"The limit that confronts us now is the great void between us and the stars, but now we can transcend it," Hawking said today during a news conference here at One World Observatory. [Stephen Hawking: 'Transcending Our Limits' With Breakthrough Starshot (Video)]

More @ SPACE


  1. From another report.

    Fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first discovered from records in 2007, and we finally saw one in real time last year. As their name suggests they are rapid bursts of radio energy, known to originate at great distances, and therefore contain a lot of energy. That aside, we don't know their source. Superficially similar bursts, dubbed perytons, turned out to be produced by microwave ovens being prematurely opened in telescope tea rooms.

    Note to Astronomers:
    1. Microwave oven off
    2. Radio telescope on.

  2. I am not convinced of life anywhere beyond this planet. Some time ago I came across a DVD, Journey to the Center of the Universe, that leaves one with the impression that the science centered secular world is far more interested in propaganda than in reality. It leaves one wondering if much of any science is fact based and that none of it should be accepted without actual real facts rather than accepting secular nonsense found in global warming and other "political" science. It is put out by the same people that produced the Principle. Like any science DVD it is to watch at your own risk and reward but Galileo may have been wrong.

  3. Yes, they're black aliens, informing the Nation of Islam they're on their way to zap all the jive honkies and Jews. Problem is, they're going to have to stand in line.