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Are these mystery radio bursts messages from ALIENS? Freak frequency from outside the Milky Way baffles astronomers

    Scientists are trying to work out what is causing Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs)
    The strange signals occur for a few milliseconds and come from nowhere
    The first was detected in 2007, but only a handful have been seen since
    In April the latest discovery was made, but still the mystery persists
    Explanations range from colliding neutron stars to alien signals

By Jonathan O'Callaghan

Published: 11:40 EST, 16 May 2014 | Updated: 12:45 EST, 16 May 2014

In 1967 British astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell was left stunned by mysterious pulsing signals she detected coming from outside the solar system.

For months she suggested the signals could be of an extraterrestrial intelligent origin, but they were later proven to be rapidly spinning stars known as pulsars.

However, a new series of mysterious signals, known as Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), has again got astronomers scratching their heads and wondering if, maybe, we’re picking up alien messages.


In 2007 a radio burst was picked up by astronomer Duncan Lorimer and his team. The origin of the signal could be colliding neutron stars or possibly an alien message. This image shows the dispersed signal from the original millisecond radio burst that suggests it must have originated billions of light-years away



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What, exactly, is it about the signal that suggests it might be from some intelligent source, as opposed to some novel physical phenomenon?

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What, exactly, is it about the signal that suggests it might be from some intelligent source, as opposed to some novel physical phenomenon?


Its the Wow! signal all over again. They have not been able to explain that signal either.

http://www.bigear.org/Gray-Marvel.pdf
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Who knows, this could be from the planet where those Green Skin Orion Girls come from, and they are sending a message "Orion needs men".     Well one could hope.   But alass, Mrs. Navycando would not let me go anyway.
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Who knows, this could be from the planet where those Green Skin Orion Girls come from, and they are sending a message "Orion needs men".     Well one could hope.   But alass, Mrs. Navycando would not let me go anyway.


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It's the text of "To Serve Man"......

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What, exactly, is it about the signal that suggests it might be from some intelligent source, as opposed to some novel physical phenomenon?

...said Scully to Mulder.
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