Scientists Have Been Receiving Bizarre Signals from Space, and They Have No Idea What They Are

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Over the past 15 years, scientists from all over the world have been picking up strange signals from outer space, and they all have several factors in common. They last a fraction of a second, and arrive with the same amount of energy our sun would emit over the course of a month (albeit in the form of radio waves, so most of us would never notice).

What’s most bizarre about these signals though, is that they don’t appear to line up with any known natural phenomenon. All ten of the bursts that have been recorded over the years, have a near identical pattern. Their “dispersion measures” are all being recorded in multiples of the same exact number. 187.5.

Unlike most strange phenomena however, the scientific community hasn’t been scrambling to find a “normal” explanation. These signals are so inexplicable, that many scientists are willing to accept the possibility that they may in fact, be coming from an alien civilization.

They claim there is a 5 in 10,000 probability that the line-up is coincidence. “If the pattern is real,” says Learned, “it is very, very hard to explain.”

Cosmic objects might, by some natural but unknown process, produce dispersions in regular steps. Small, dense remnant stars called pulsars are known to emit bursts of radio waves, though not in regular arrangements or with as much power as FRBs. But maybe superdense stars are mathematical oddities because of underlying physics we don’t understand.

It’s also possible that the telescopes are picking up evidence of human technology, like an unmapped spy satellite, masquerading as signals from deep space.

That just happens to be the most reasonable explanation so far. By all appearances, this does not look natural. Each burst of energy encompasses a wide range of the radio spectrum, and contain a massive amount of energy. They’re so powerful, that researchers suspect that bare minimum, they are coming from across our galaxy, with some estimates placing their origin at billions of light years away.

On the surface, this would lend itself to a natural phenomenon. However, the incredibly short duration of the signal indicates that the source is probably several hundred kilometers in size, which is far smaller than the pulsar stars that would normally cause this kind of energy burst. And let’s not forget the disturbing regularity the number 187.5 that shows up in this signal.

The most tantalizing possibility is that the source of the bursts might be a who, not a what. If none of the natural explanations pan out, their paper concludes, “An artificial source (human or non-human) must be considered.”

“Beacon from extraterrestrials” has always been on the list of weird possible origins for these bursts. “These have been intriguing as an engineered signal, or evidence of extraterrestrial technology, since the first was discovered,” says Jill Tarter, former director of the SETI Institute in California. “I’m intrigued. Stay tuned.”

If this is coming from an alien civilization, they would obviously be highly advanced. To emit a signal of this magnitude would require a level of technology that we can’t even begin to imagine. While some of the researchers question why aliens would send out a signal on such a wide band of the radio spectrum, to me it makes sense. If they were trying to contact another species from across the stars, they might not know what radio frequency they’re listening to.

Either way, it’s safe to assume that whoever was the intended recipient of this signal, it’s certainly not us. If it came from billions of light years away, or even from within our own galaxy, they might even be extinct by now. The signal was probably intended for someone in their own backyard, so to speak.

Whatever this is, whether it’s a natural phenomenon we don’t yet understand, or if it’s aliens, or even if it’s from some top-secret spy satellite, one thing is for sure. The universe is one hell of a strange place, and we’re just scratching the surface.

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21 thoughts on “Scientists Have Been Receiving Bizarre Signals from Space, and They Have No Idea What They Are”

  1. Hmmmm…are we being set up for the old alien invasion trick shown on the last card of the illuminati card deck? Or as suggested by Werner von Braun and Richard Hawkins?

  2. Funny the folks who often pass themselves off as scientists these days seem pretty incapable of anything. There are still serious scientists out there but they are getting fewer.
    This group of ass-hats and parasites is desperate to use anything to distract and intimidate the sheep. Aliens would have no interest in this cesspool of dirty water, soil, air, food and moronic sheep.
    But hey it will scare a few people.

    1. “Science” is the new religion. Mostly tax-funded (those who pronounce “discoveries” of additional “human history-origin”, et al.) “…And a reaction of excitement rippled throughout the scientific community…” [all genuflect]). Plus, it gives intellectual types a place to hide. Lengthy expositions and indecipherable proclamations, with a host of “possibly-could-be”‘s, “might-have-happened”‘s, etc.

      I never trust anybody who uses “science” as the subject of a sentence. Too collectivist for my tastes — presumes to include everybody currently studying natural phenomena, including my 5 year-old granddaughter.

      Few of whom are in total agreement.

      Nor do I trust writers who begin their sentences with “we know”. Who knows? You? The neighbors down the street? I don’t know. I might agree if I trust the writer, but I’d have a better chance if s/he would say something like, “so-and-so has come to thus-and-such conclusion by this-or-that methodry”…etc. Sam

    2. They do have an interest, MFN. google Larry King CNN ufos shut down missile silos in US, UK, and USSR. ‘They’ monitor all suspicious launches. ‘They’ have zapped a few. ‘They’ have told us.. no nuke war allowed. as that will ‘tear’ up space and that may screw them as well. and The Pleiadian Mission by Randolph Winters, based on that site, has the answers.The nasa, seti etc bullcrap is just fertilizer.

  3. I accidentally launched my RX1247 with a transmitter in the on position apparently it is putting out a signal more powerful then I intended . sorry

  4. It would interesting to do a design study of how big this transmitter would have to be, assuming it was focused on our solar system and not broadcasting omnidirectionally.

    This transmitter may be much smaller than the size of a sun.

  5. Wow, et may exist. How exciting! And all this time nasa, seti, astronomers and Govts have been telling us.. no such thing.

    Millions have opened the Billy Meier site, and read The Pleiadian Mission by US psychologist Randolph Winters, based on the Meier’s 70+ years ongoing et contacts in Switzerland. Many here share common ancestry with this et race, descended from an ancient race from the Lyra Constellation, sun Vega. This group of et now claim to be 12,500 years ahead of us in tech, medicine and knowledge The Creational Laws. They have given us 1000s of pages of data!

    They live 500 light years distant in the Taurus Constellation, sun Taygeta, on 4 inhabited planets, in a slightly different ‘time’. They take 7 hours to get here in their own ships, but have a new ship on loan from friends in the Dal parallel Universe that gets here in a millionth of a second. This is the ‘Wedding Cake’ shaped Ship, as noted on close-up photos on film, pre-photoshop. (100 of Meier’s close up film photos have been analysed by JPL and found to be genuine)! The Dals also gave them the tech for their ‘big spacer’, 10 miles in diameter, fully self contained and with a crew of 144K.

    If you believe that 4M years ago your ancestors were chimps, who evolved to Lucy in Ethiopia, whose descendents then went on a 10-20 thousand Km. walkabout, to magiically become Caucasian, Indian, Oriental, Eskimo retc.. that when humankind in this Dern Universe has a history of nearly 100 billion years, in this Great Time, a Great Time being 311.04 trillion years… this info will no doubt upset you.

  6. Agreed. I’d even go so far as to say the chances are greater that there ARE extraterrestrial beings “out-there” than the chances that there are NOT — due to the vastness of just this solar system, not even trying to broach “our” galaxy, which (if you can believe scientific determiners) is only one of a hundred BILLION — give-or take a few

    And the “Milky Way” galaxy is “…a disk about 120,000 light years
    across with a central bulge that has a diameter of 12,000 light years
    (see the Guide to Space article for more information)…”

    I’m an educator (long retired). I don’t care how extensive your formal studies, you can’t in reality comprehend a light year as a linear distance.

    ONE light year. In terms of “miles” or “kilometers”. A fer piece is my estimate.

    So whatever the Cause or the Precipitator that gave rise to human kind must be active in other parts of the universe. We’re not smart enough to crunch the numbers of chance to try to figure it out — it just, well…must be.

    And one or more of them might just be advanced enough to send out signals indicating they’d like to strike up “our” acquaintance. Sam

  7. Remember President Ronald Reagan asking if it would take an alien threat to bring the world together? ( by that he meant to go along with the NWO plans ) Jade Helm ? False flag emergency broadcast warnings in multiple states? Now alien signals? Let’s see how long it takes for “them” to produce fake alien holograms in the skies via Haarp, Darpa and chemtrail technology. Sounds like they have everything almost in place to create a global false flag psyop alien invasion . Let the games begin!

  8. Just a question….this article makes it sound as if there is a worldwide drive by scientists to detect ET life.
    I myself am aware of only one, “poorly-funded” group that continuously searches for ET life, and that is SETI.
    So who are these “world-wide” scientists, and who do they work for?
    Why are they not mentioned/identified in this article?
    Just asking.

  9. Isn’t it amazing how ready “many scientists” are to take a single repeated number as indication of an intelligent source. And yet, perhaps the majority of those same scientists are prepared to fight “tooth and nail” against ANY suggestion that the amazingly complex, self-correcting code within DNA is an indication of an intelligent source?

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