Not so strange if you've read Larson's paper on Astronomical X-Ray Sources. When matter is accelerated past the speed of light, you get a high-energy radio burst. I always love how they say "No one knows what causes them" when they really mean "I have no clue as to what causes them."BURSTS of radio waves flashing across the sky seem to follow a mathematical pattern. If the pattern is real, either some strange celestial physics is going on, or the bursts are artificial, produced by human – or alien – technology.
The linear pattern is most likely some matter coinciding with an ultra-high speed jet (3-x), which accelerates particles across the unit boundary. It is like a bug flying into a fire hose shooting water... the bug gets accelerated, produces the radio burst, then falls out of the hose. If these folks had read Larson, then they would also be looking for X-ray and gamma emissions nearby, where the bug fell out and dropped to sublight speeds again.
It IS... as daniel posted on Facebook, two aspects, space=1, time=0, in three dimensions: 10 10 10 = 42.I always thought the universe's number was 42
I've heard that most ETs are telepathic, so they don't need a cell phone network. Radio communication is just so passé, and surely the sign of a very primitive society.If ET was calling from outside solar system and/or outside the galaxy I wonder how much the message would be garbled by those transitions?