Unusual Signals From Stars May Be Aliens Signals

Posted: Oct 25 2016, 2:45pm CDT | by , in Latest Sports News


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Unusual Signals From stars may be Aliens Signals
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Claims of extraterrestrial messages can be found in Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Scientists behind the recent publication of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific claim aliens are trying to contact us. According to them they have been observing unusual signals from a group of stars.

It is possible the signals may actually be messages from alien life forms. The possibly extraterrestrial intelligence signals are very similar to previously predicted signals. Therefore the scientists of the publication were in agreement when coming up with this hypothesis.

The paper detailing the hypothesis being called the ETI hypothesis has been authored by E.F. Borra and E. Trottier. According to both of the authors since these signals can only be found in a very small number of stars their hypothesis holds merit.

These fractions of stars lie within a narrow spectral range. However before we unnecessarily excite ourselves let us keep in mind the signals could entirely not be alien signals and may in fact be caused by chemical reactions occurring in some specific stars.

As of yet there is no confirmation these signals are of the extraterrestrial nature. Right now a lot of further evidence is required to confirm the hypothesis.

The signals are in the form of repeated bursts which the authors claim are the alien’s way of notifying us of their presence in the galaxy. The signals are a set of repeated bursts that would suggest an effort by aliens to notify us of their presence. Not many are buying the claim.

Seth Shostak who is a senior astronomer at the SETI Institute stated the paper is making some noise in the astronomy community. Still Shostak is very skeptical of the data processing method used to come up with this hypothesis.

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