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Mick4350

A signal from space

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apparently a bunch of Australia Scientists with a radio telescope array heard a blip from 4 billion light years away Thursday morning AEST.

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I'm sure radio telescopes pick up all sorts of blips from 4 billion light years away. What is so special about this one?

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1 hour ago, Eric Mc said:

I'm sure radio telescopes pick up all sorts of blips from 4 billion light years away. What is so special about this one?

They're asking if anyone has decals for a Revell B-58 Hustler...

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I know that Revell moulds can date back a few years but 4 billion?

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They sent a reply

 

What's that you're saying Skippy.....

 

 

Dick

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If they're anything like us, there's a fair chance that they didn't survive the last 4bn years, so we're in effect speaking to "dead men".  Either that, or as is probably more likely, it's some kind of natural phenomenon that gives the appearance of regularity.  It's happened before, so it's possible :)

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I think it's a signal to Jacob Rees-Mogg to get ready for the ship that's coming to take him back to his home planet.

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1 hour ago, GordonD said:

I think it's a signal to Jacob Rees-Mogg to get ready for the ship that's coming to take him back to his home planet.

Let's not get political though.  There are plenty of places to diss that abominable "person" without bringing it here :)

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On 11/9/2019 at 1:16 PM, Mike said:

If they're anything like us, there's a fair chance that they didn't survive the last 4bn years, so we're in effect speaking to "dead men".  Either that, or as is probably more likely, it's some kind of natural phenomenon that gives the appearance of regularity.  It's happened before, so it's possible :)

 

That's actually the most likely possibility.

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