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Ultra-high speed matter phone home

Post by bperet » Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:27 am

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.
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."

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.
I always thought the universe's number was 42
It IS... as daniel posted on Facebook, two aspects, space=1, time=0, in three dimensions: 10 10 10 = 42.
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?
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.
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thanks Bruce,

Post by duane » Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:59 am

thanks Bruce,

I'm starting to like RS even more because the answers seem to be in there

and you didn't have to add a new "dark" space or time to explain it

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Mysterious Glow Detected At Center Of Milky Way Galaxy

Post by Djchrismac » Tue May 05, 2015 5:50 am

NASA's NuSTAR Captures Possible 'Screams' from Zombie Stars

A bit of a sensational headline from NASA but an interesting article, below is the main part of interest:
Astronomers have four theories to explain the baffling X-ray glow, three of which involve different classes of stellar corpses. When stars die, they don't always go quietly into the night. Unlike stars like our sun, collapsed dead stars that belong to stellar pairs, or binaries, can siphon matter from their companions. This zombie-like "feeding" process differs depending on the nature of the normal star, but the result may be an eruption of X-rays.

According to one theory, a type of stellar zombie called a pulsar could be at work. Pulsars are the collapsed remains of stars that exploded in supernova blasts. They can spin extremely fast and send out intense beams of radiation. As the pulsars spin, the beams sweep across the sky, sometimes intercepting Earth, like lighthouse beacons.

"We may be witnessing the beacons of a hitherto hidden population of pulsars in the galactic center," said co-author Fiona Harrison of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, principal investigator of NuSTAR. "This would mean there is something special about the environment in the very center of our galaxy."

Other possible culprits include heavy-set stellar corpses called white dwarfs, which are the collapsed, burned-out remains of stars not massive enough to explode in supernovae. Our sun is such a star, and is destined to become a white dwarf in about five billion years. Because these white dwarfs are much denser than they were in their youth, they have stronger gravity and can produce higher-energy X-rays than normal. Another theory points to small black holes that slowly feed off their companion stars, radiating X-rays as material plummets down into their bottomless pits.

Alternatively, the source of the high-energy X-rays might not be stellar corpses at all, astronomers say, but rather a diffuse haze of charged particles called cosmic rays. The cosmic rays might originate from the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy as it devours material. When the cosmic rays interact with surrounding, dense gas, they emit X-rays.

However, none of these theories match what is known from previous research, leaving the astronomers largely stumped.
They are still clinging to their "black hole" at the centre of the galaxy though and will remain stumped until they realise that they are missing one half of the whole in the cosmic sector! Maybe they should try a new line of research but I don't see that happening any time soon....

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http://phenomena

Post by duane » Wed May 06, 2015 11:17 am

http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com ... dio-signal

rogue-microwave-ovens-are-the-culprits-behind-mysterious-radio-signal

another theory, equally possible, is the occupants of a giant UFO at the center of the galaxy

use microwave ovens to reheat their coffee (equilvalent)

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http://www.news.com.au

Post by duane » Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:23 pm

http://www.news.com.au/technology/scien ... 7379756018

Aussie student proves existence of plasma tubes floating above Earth

AN AUSTRALIAN scientist has discovered that giant, invisible, moving plasma tubes fill the skies above Earth.

It’s a finding that was initially met with a considerable degree of scepticism within the field of astrophysics, but a University of Sydney undergraduate student Cleo Loi, 23, has proven that the phenomenon exists.

By using a radio telescope in the West Australian outback to see space in 3D, Ms Loi has proven that the Earth’s atmosphere is embedded with these strangely shaped, tubular plasma structures. The complex, multilayered ducts are created by the atmosphere being ionised by sunlight.

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Ms Loi said the drifting plasma tubes could distort astronomical data, especially satellite-based navigation systems. It may also mean we need to re-evaluate our thinking about how galaxies, stars and clouds of gas behave and what they look like.

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Astronomical "oops"

Post by bperet » Thu Jun 11, 2015 9:06 am

Ms Loi said the drifting plasma tubes could distort astronomical data, especially satellite-based navigation systems. It may also mean we need to re-evaluate our thinking about how galaxies, stars and clouds of gas behave and what they look like.
Golly... who would ever have guessed that astronomers got it all wrong...! :-)

I did work out a model of what the "galactic neighborhood" looked like, and if you put a sphere out at the gravitational limit and give it the texture of a soap bubble to make it partially visible, nearby space looks just like a loose foam, with large bubbles stuck to each other. 3D space (coordinate space) remains viable where the bubbles connect with each other, providing "passageways" between star systems (galaxies).

As a matter of fact if you give the gravitational limits a solid texture, it looks very much like this--which is molecular structure! But I guess that's the problem--and benefit--of scalar motion. The microcosm and macrocosm follow the same rules, and end up looking the same.

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As Above, So Below

Post by Aaron » Wed Jun 17, 2015 10:53 am

That is a pretty amazing observation! Or rather a pretty amazing discovery to find an illustrate such a clear visual of the universe that mirrors molecular structure like this!

Gives a whole new perspective to "As Above, So Below"...

Great work.

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Most of the problems in

Post by Justatruthseeker » Wed Oct 21, 2015 4:14 pm

Most of the problems in astronomy would go away if they would just stop trying to sledgehammer gravitational theory (solids, liquids and gasses - Planetary Systems) to fit Plasma behavior in a universe 99% Plasma.

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could this pattern apply to

Post by duane » Wed Nov 04, 2015 4:52 pm

could this pattern apply to universes also?

the picture caught my attention

http://www.dailygrail.com/Fresh-Science ... Multiverse

Evidence Mounts For A Real-Life Multiverse
Posted by Chris Savia at 04:13, 04 Nov 2015

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Cosmic Parallel

Post by bperet » Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:12 pm

could this pattern apply to universes also?
The CMB comes from the Cosmic sector (3D time), so that is about the only "parallel" universe in the RS theory. The Material and Cosmic sectors, being overlapped and out-of-phase, tend to bump into each other in many places, giving that series of circular patterns.
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