Monday, August 20, 2018

A 'Mysterious, Powerful Force' Is Flinging Radio Waves at Us from Deep Space

Source: Live Science

Published: August 3, 2018

By: Brandon Specktor

Canada's CHIME radio telescope (seen at night here) recently detected a rare, low-frequency burst of energy from deep in the universe. Astronomers are eagerly searching for an explanation.Credit: Courtesy Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)

Our universe is teeming with invisible light. Beyond the visible spectrum, space is a colorful mess of radio signals and microwaves fired off by flaring "suns," collapsing stars, crackling magnetic fields, roiling dust clouds and seething black holes.

Then, there's the light nobody understands — mysterious, ultrastrong sparks of energy zipping billions of light-years across the universe from unknown origins, for unknown reasons.

Puzzling pulses like these are sometimes called fast radio bursts (FRBs), because they may last just a few milliseconds. On the morning of July 25, one such burst of mysterious energy whizzed past a new array of radio telescopes nestled in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada, registering one of the rarest radio frequencies ever detected. [7 Everyday Things That Happen Strangely in Space]

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According to a statement released in The Astronomer's Telegram (a bulletin board of astronomical observations posted by accredited scientists), the mystery signal — named FRB 180725A after the year, month and day it was detected — transmitted in frequencies as low as 580 megahertz, nearly 200 MHz lower than any other FRBs ever detected.

"These events have occurred during both the day and night, and their arrival times are not correlated with known on-site activities or other known sources," wrote Patrick Boyle, author of the Astronomer's Telegram report and a project manager for the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) — the radio telescope that detected the strange new signature.

The pulse's fast, low frequency suggests that the blast was extremely bright and originated from an insanely powerful source somewhere in the cosmos. Studying the peculiar signal could give astronomers better clues as to how these extragalactic radio waves form and where they're coming from.

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"Fast radio bursts are exceedingly bright given their short duration and origin at great distances, and we haven't identified a possible natural source with any confidence," Avi Loeb, a scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics who was not involved in the discovery, said last year in a statement related to new research on these bursts.

He added that an "artificial origin" of the signals (i.e., extraterrestrial intelligence) is worth considering. Other possible origins include supernovas (exploding stars), supermassive black holes or various other sources of mighty electromagnetic radiation, such as pulsars.

FRBs remain an utter mystery to astronomers and routinely draw the curiosity of alien hunters. The signals are, by nature, extremely brief and travel exceedingly far across space; pinpointing a precise source of such elusive pulses is no easy feat. On top of this, only about 40 or so FRBs have been detected on Earth since they were first discovered in 2007, so research on them remains sparse.

But despite FRBs' relative rarity in astronomy, they are probably a regular cosmic occurrence, Christopher Conselice, a professor of astrophysics at the University of Nottingham who was not involved in the discovery, told The Daily Mail. FRBs may even reach our planet thousands of times a day, Conselice said; we just haven't built enough tools to detect them all yet.

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The notion of radio waves from outer space has been a hot topic in astronomy for some time now. Oftentimes, the suggestion of these signals can simply refer to natural origins of radio waves. However, in more recent times, mainstream sources have discussed these radio signals in another context. In short, these sources suggest the possibility that advanced ETs may be contacting Earth humanity using these signals.

An Old Notion

Ever since the famed sky surveys of the late Grote Reber (a well-known author, radio engineer, and amateur astronomer), the scientific community has been abuzz with the talk of possible communications from outer space by unknown ET civilizations. Seeing that it was the early 1940s when these theories were first concocted, it is understandable why the then-new technology of radio was considered to be a fix-all for any need for communication. However, upon further examination of the scientific reality of the situation, we may come to another conclusion with regard to interstellar communication.

When we consider the vast distances in space between stars, the use of radio as a feasible means of communication becomes questionable. If astronomers were searching for a planet-based civilization that was interested in communicating with Earth humans, there are certain factors to consider.

The closest star system to the Earth is the Alpha Centauri system. This system is composed of three different starsAlpha Centauri A, B, and Proxima Centauri. The closest of theseProxima Centauriis roughly 4.2 lightyears away from our own star system. This means that if we or they sent a message from one planet to another, the signal would take just over four years to reach its destination.

Imagine making a phone call to a friend and having to wait four years between replies to every statement you make or trying to surf the web and having to wait four years for the page to load. If we are able to envision such a frustrating experience, we can understand what communicating through space would be like if we were to rely upon radio signals. Consequently, radio communication would not appear to be a very reasonable medium of communication between interstellar civilizations.

Discussing the Likelihood

If ET were trying to communicate with Earth humans, chances are he would not use a radio signal to do so. It is true that an advanced ET race may choose to use radio waves from close proximity to the Earth (say within the solar system) if they believed that radio was the best way of getting a message through to Earth humans. However, the likelihood of such an attempt seems questionable.

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It seems more reasonable that if there are ET races attempting to communicate with Earth, they would be using some other method aside from radio transmission. Upon hearing this, we might be confused as to how this might be achieved. Radio waves are light-based, and due to Einstein's theory of relativity, nothing can travel faster than light. If Einstein was correct, how could anyone devise a means of communication faster than this speed? The answer is actually fairly simple.

The concept of quantum entanglement was discovered in the early days of quantum physics (circa 1930) and was discussed in various ways by Dr. Albert Einstein. This principle manifests when two particles interact at the quantum level and from that point forward, they behave as though they are the same particle. In other words, the two particles exhibit the exact same characteristics at the same time no matter how great the distance is between them.

To further illustrate this principle, here is an excerpt from Science Daily on the principle of quantum entanglement.

Quantum Entanglement

Quantum entanglement is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which the quantum states of two or more objects have to be described with reference to each other, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated.

This leads to correlations between observable physical properties of the systems.

For example, it is possible to prepare two particles in a single quantum state such that when one is observed to be spin-up, the other one will always be observed to be spin-down and vice versa, this despite the fact that it is impossible to predict, according to quantum mechanics, which set of measurements will be observed.

As a result, measurements performed on one system seem to be instantaneously influencing other systems entangled with it.

But quantum entanglement does not enable the transmission of classical information faster than the speed of light.

Quantum entanglement has applications in the emerging technologies of quantum computing and quantum cryptography, and has been used to realize quantum teleportation experimentally.

At the same time, it prompts some of the more philosophically oriented discussions concerning quantum theory.

The correlations predicted by quantum mechanics, and observed in experiment, reject the principle of local realism, which is that information about the state of a system should only be mediated by interactions in its immediate surroundings.

Different views of what is actually occurring in the process of quantum entanglement can be related to different interpretations of quantum mechanics.

This principle of quantum entanglement may be notably substantial. However, it does not seem that the principle holds many practical uses. Or does it?

When we consider the need for different civilizations to communicate over great distances, the phenomenon of quantum entanglement may actually be extremely useful. If two interstellar civilizations were to somehow use isotopes that consisted of the same entangled material, they would be able to lay the foundation necessary for effective communication despite the lightyears of distance between them.

Long Distance Charges

Perhaps a technology that utilized multiple isotopes made of the same entangled material could serve as a base for communication. It stands to reason that if energetic input such as an electrical pulse is applied to one isotope, the others would be affected simultaneously. These isotopes could serve the same purpose as the transceiver did in the early days of radio transmission. From that foundational level, the device may be able to have tuned frequencies in order to contact different devices depending upon the need.

There are a variety of possibilities with regard to the application of quantumly entangled particles. However, when we consider the discoveries made on the phenomenon of torsion waves, the concept of quantum entanglement takes on a new dimension entirely.

The phenomenon of torsion waves, in some way, suggests that the universe is actually quantumly entangled with itself by default. In other words, every quantum wave-particle in the universe may be essentially connected to every other wave/particle. This means that at some level, energy does not actually need an outward medium to traverse great distances in the universe over long periods of time. Instead, it seems as though some energetic changes occur everywhere at once.

This phenomenon of semi-omnipresent energetic interaction seems to have different names depending upon who is discussing the topic. Here in the West, the principle is known as gravity waves. In mid-20th-century Russia, the principle was known as time-waves (being that these waves were found to be distortions in spacetime), and within the arena of cutting edge (and in many ways controversial) science here in the West, the principle is simply known as torsion waves.

If there were a way for torsion waves to be sent and received by two different civilizations over lightyears of distance, this solution might be just as, if not more useful than quantumly entangled isotopes. According to the late Dr. Nicolia Kozyrev, the transmission of these torsion waves is actually very simple.

The work of Dr. Kozyrev is very extensive, substantial, and has a very high likelihood of revolutionizing the world of science and technology. In fact, it is very likely that his work has already greatly impacted the world of classified science. We could go into detail, but for now, see the following links to learn more about the work of Dr. Kozyrev.

Chapter 01: The Breakthroughs of Dr. N.A. Kozyrev

Nokolai A. Kozyrev Scalar Energy Astrophysicist

Nikolai A. Kozyrev - Time

If there are radio signals being sent through space and being received by Earth-based radio devices, it is not likely that the origin is extraterrestrial in nature. Of course, there is the possibility that an advanced race will contact (or has contacted) modern humanity over time. However, if they were to do this, they would not likely use radio transmission to do so.

Further Disclosures

According to whistleblower testimony, not only has ET made contact, but they have come to visit on numerous occasions. In fact, ETs are reported to be in regular trade with Earth humanity. Though this may be true, those executing the process of disclosure are not interested in being so abrupt with the revelation of regular contact with ETs. Instead, the subtle and gradual introduction to the subject of possible ET contact is being drawn out, according to research.

Though many of those in the truth community are well aware of the possibilities of disclosure, the mainstream scientific establishment is being used to slowly reveal these elementary concepts to the general public in order to avoid any adverse effects due to the revelation. Consequently, we are left with further rhetoric of "radio waves in space." However, we may still look forward to revelations of more advanced means of communication, as well as new contacts talking to us from the other end.
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