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    Mmm, yes, very curious, very interesting...

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    I do not recall how far radio signals like television and AM/FM travel in space prior to dissipation.

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    http://earthweareone.com/mystery-rad...ender-unknown/

    Oh... and did you know the NSA has confirmed proof of extra-terrestial messages on their website:

    http://www.ufointernationalproject.c...rials-website/

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    Quote Originally Posted by xDhirax View Post
    http://earthweareone.com/mystery-rad...ender-unknown/

    Oh... and did you know the NSA has confirmed proof of extra-terrestial messages on their website:

    http://www.ufointernationalproject.c...rials-website/
    Not really...

    See, e.g., http://www.openminds.tv/nsa-practice...gnals-668/9405

    It was an exercise within the NSA, a 'what if' scenario: if we would get a message, would we be able to decipher it. So one group was tasked to come up with what such a message could look like, and the other group then had to try an decipher it. There were no 'real aliens' involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    Not really...

    See, e.g., http://www.openminds.tv/nsa-practice...gnals-668/9405

    It was an exercise within the NSA, a 'what if' scenario: if we would get a message, would we be able to decipher it. So one group was tasked to come up with what such a message could look like, and the other group then had to try an decipher it. There were no 'real aliens' involved.
    It seems that was a misinterpretation seeing how they state:
    To add further confusion, in the winter of 1969 NSA Technical Journal, an article titled, “Key to Extraterrestrial Messages” was published. This referred to the test message that Dr. Campaigne had proposed in his article, and was just that, a key to the exercise.
    Although these messages do not appear to be real extraterrestrial messages, Callimahos did have a strong interest in the subject.
    For a better interpretation here is the most important part of the article:
    Apparently, these messages had actually been received via the Sputnik satellite, but no one had any idea how to decode them at the time.

    At some time, unspecified in the document, Dr. Howard Campaigne and some other NSA super mathematicians in the crypto department had been given the task of decoding the messages. There were a total of 29 messages to be decoded — quite an undertaking.

    It is curious, to say the least, that this document was cleared for release on October 21, 2004. Why was that? Because the NSA did not release it into public information until April 21, 2011. Though cleared for release, the NSA had been stonewalling it along with hundreds of other NSA documents about contact with UFOs and extraterrestrials until they lost the lawsuit brought by Peter Gersten, a lawyer from Arizona. When they well and truly lost, the judge’s order had to be carried out, and the documents had to be released.

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    Here is the latest on those unexplained radio bursts. It looks like they have a definite mathematical pattern. Maybe they're not random.

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2015/...pid=NL_SciTech

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    Quote Originally Posted by xDhirax View Post
    It seems that was a misinterpretation seeing how they state:

    For a better interpretation here is the most important part of the article:
    None of what you post changes the fact that this was an internal NSA exercise.

    The fact that it ended up on the web is indeed because of Gersten's FOIA request. But that still doesn't make it about a real extraterrestrial message.
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    http://www.examiner.com/article/alie...rn-heard-space

    Here is another article on the signals. At 2/10,000 statistical chance that there might be a natural explanation, we should take the position that this is an event of alien origin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by majicbar View Post
    http://www.examiner.com/article/alie...rn-heard-space

    Here is another article on the signals. At 2/10,000 statistical chance that there might be a natural explanation, we should take the position that this is an event of alien origin.
    "..... as much energy as the sun releases in a month.", but they then seem to indicate that it could be some terrestrial satellite close by. But, which is it? It sounds like a pretty sketchy operation.

    http://www.newscientist.com/article/...1#.VSTAFRz38yi

    http://www.newscientist.com/article/...l#.VSPfJMu9KSM
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