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Friday, 27 November 2015

Two Weird ‘Alien’ Radio Signals Are Detected From Outside Our Galaxy

Here we go again. People need to understand that scientists are always discovering things that create new noise out in space.  Quasars, planets -there's a whole parcel of causes.  So, while this sounds interesting, all other possible causes need to be ruled out first -it is a nightmare as the AOP Bureau's Signals From Space under Franklyn A. Davin-Wilson found out.

Oh, and then you have to ask if whoever sent the signals still exists as a civilisation now.


Two Weird ‘Alien’ Radio Signals Are Detected From Outside Our Galaxy

Rob Waugh


Astronomers heard two mysterious radio signals from outside our galaxy - unexplained blasts of radio energy which last a few milliseconds then are never heard again.

Scientists using the Parkes radio telescope in Australia heard two ‘Fast Radio Bursts’ this month - separated by just 2.4 milliseconds, according to researchers at the Max Planck Institute.

Radio telescopes have detected Fast Radio Bursts since 2001 – incredibly short, high-energy pulses which last for a few milliseconds and erupt with the energy the sun releases in a day.

But follow-up searches by non-radio telescopes have come up empty - leaving the source of the high-energy signals a mystery.

Astronomers have previously speculated the signals could come from evaporating black holes, or even from distant alien civilisations.

The new ‘double flash’ rules out some of the sources astronomers previously thought might cause Fast Radio Bursts.

For instance, the bursts could not be caused by neutron stars colliding - as they can collide only once.

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