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SETI Survey of Vela Region Finds No Signs of ET Intelligence

Article by News Staff                                 September 8, 2020                              (sci-news.com)

• Astronomers searching for technosignatures of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope (in Western Australia) published their findings in a paper that appears in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia. “The MWA is a unique telescope, with an extraordinarily wide field-of-view that allows us to observe millions of stars simultaneously,” said Dr. Chenoa Tremblay, an astronomer at the CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science.

• Dr. Tremblay and her colleague, Professor Steven Tingay from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (in Perth), searched for narrow-band radio signals consistent with radio transmissions from six known exoplanets and 10,355,066 stellar systems in the Vela region of our Milky Way Galaxy.

• “The telescope was searching for powerful radio emissions at frequencies similar to FM radio frequencies, that could indicate the presence of an intelligent source,” said Dr. Tremblay. “We observed the sky around the constellation of Vela for 17 hours, looking more than 100 times broader and deeper than ever before.”

• “Even though this was the broadest search yet,” said Professor Tingay, “… we found no technosignatures – no sign of intelligent life.” “[E]ven though this was a really big study, the amount of space we looked at was the equivalent of trying to find something in the Earth’s oceans but only searching a volume of water equivalent to a large backyard swimming pool.”

• “Since we can’t really assume how possible alien civilizations might utilize technology, we need to search in many different ways,” said Professor Tingay. “Although there is a long way to go in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, telescopes such as the MWA will continue to push the limits – we have to keep looking.”

[Editor’s Note]   I’m certain that many of these astronomers working with SETI are unaware that SETI is a Deep State front whose purpose is to make sure that scientists and astronomers do not find any intelligent extraterrestrials. The game is rigged to maintain the Deep State’s seventy-five year psyop, convincing the public that there is no such thing as UFOs and there are no extraterrestrial beings anywhere near here, when the exact opposite is the truth. I wonder how these unwitting scientists and astronomers are going to react to the imminent disclosure of the ubiquitous presence of advanced extraterrestrial beings and civilizations everywhere; that they have been lied to by their superiors; and that they themselves have been promoting Deep State disinformation all of this time?

 

     Dr. Chenoa Tremblay

Astronomers using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope have searched for technosignatures —

       Steven Tingay

indicators of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations — in six known exoplanets and over 10 million stellar systems in the Vela region of our Milky Way Galaxy. But in this part of the Milky Way at least, it appears alien civilizations are elusive, if they exist.

“The MWA is a unique telescope, with an extraordinarily wide field-of-view that allows us to observe millions of stars simultaneously,” said Dr. Chenoa Tremblay, an astronomer at the CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science.

Dr. Tremblay and her colleague, Professor Steven Tingay from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, searched for narrow-band signals consistent with radio transmissions from six known exoplanets (HD 75289b, HD 73526b, HD 73526c, HD 70642b, DE0823-49b and KELT-15b) and 10,355,066 stellar systems in the Vela region.

“The telescope was searching for powerful radio emissions at frequencies similar to FM radio frequencies, that could indicate the presence of an intelligent source,” she explained.

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Here Are Some Scientists Arguing That UFOs Exist

Article by Jason St. Jacques                                September 2, 2020                              (filmdaily.co)

• With social media and recent announcements by the U.S. Navy, more than ever believers are pushing to prove UFOs exist. The scientific community is beginning to change their dialogue on UFOs. Here are all (some) of the outspoken scientists arguing for the existence of UFOs.

Michael Masters – A biological anthropology professor at the University of Montana, Masters believes that the aliens that we see buzzing around in their UFO craft are actually humans from the future. Master’s discusses his theory in his book, Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon (2019). “We know that we’ve had a long evolutionary history on this planet,” says Masters. “And we know our technology is going to be more advanced in the future. I think the simplest explanation, innately, is that it is us.”

Helen Sharman – A scientist and Britain’s first astronaut, Sharman spent eight days on the Soviet Mir space station in 1991. When she returned, she stated unequivocally, “aliens exist, there’s no two ways about it.” She even believes many of us have had encounters with aliens during our lives and didn’t know. In January 2020, Sharman told The Observer, “There are so many billions of stars out there in the universe that there must be all sorts of different forms of life.” “It’s possible they’re here right now and we simply can’t see them.”

Kevin Knuth – A NASA researcher and assistant professor of physics at the University of Albany in NY, Knuth says that “there’s plenty of evidence to support UFO sightings,” although researching UFOs is “extremely challenging”. Knuth points to the recent UFO sightings by the US military, “[S]ome of the strange flying objects that outperform the best aircraft in our (military) inventory and defy explanation may indeed be visitors from afar.” He also notes the wide array of multiple witnesses, photographic evidence, and patterns of UFO activity. In Knuth’s opinion, the biggest issue with the topic of UFOs is the taboo nature it has in the scientific community.

Alexander Wendt – An author & political scientist, Wendt admits to being frustrated with the scientific community for their underwhelming reaction to new evidence on UFOs & alien life. He is intrigued by the unknown something blocking scientists from taking UFO studies seriously. Says Wendt, “[A]nything else even remotely this interesting would generate limitless research dollars.” He told Vox, “[I]f ETs were discovered, it would be the most important event in human history.”

Andrew Fraknoi – A former professor of astronomy at Foothill College in California and a member of the board for the SETI in Mountain View, California, Fraknoi believes that aliens may be among us, but arrived in the form of microorganisms – casting aside the theory of green people. From our lands to our oceans, it’s hard to keep track of everything falling to Earth.

[Editor’s Note]   Hey Jason St. Jacques, how did you miss Dr. Eric Davis, prominent Earthtech astrophysicist who has worked on black budget Pentagon UFO programs since 2007, and who told Pentagon officials last March about retrievals of “off-world vehicles not made on this Earth,” according to a July 23rd New York Times article? (see ExoArticle here)

 

                  Michael Masters

With the help of social media and even recent announcements by the U.S. Navy, more than ever believers

                 Helen Sharman

are pushing to prove UFOs exist. If fuzzy pictures or government conspiracies aren’t enough to convince you, maybe these scientists can.

From documenting key evidence to tightening their arguments, the scientific community is changing the dialogue on UFOs. Here are all the outspoken scientists arguing for the existence of UFOs.

UFOs exist: So do Earthlings from the future

Refusing to denounce the recent stockpile of images & testimonials of UFO sightings is the stance of Michael Masters – a biological anthropology professor at the University of Montana.

        Alexander Wendt

In the argument for the existence of UFOs, Masters doesn’t think these objects are the vehicle of choice for little green people. Instead, Masters proposed UFOs are driven by humans from

                           Kevin Knuth

the future. Master’s discussed the theory in his book, Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon (2019).

Putting stake in the greater proof of UFOs than of aliens, Masters discussed his theory with Leonard Davis from Space.com. Davis theorized, “We know that we’ve had a long evolutionary history on this planet. And we know our technology is going to be more advanced in the future. I think the simplest explanation, innately, is that it is us.”

An astronaut knows aliens are real

Scientist & astronaut Helen Sharman was Britain’s first astronaut. Sharman took a trip to the Soviet Mir space station in 1991, and returned with a conclusive thought: “aliens exist, there’s no two ways about it.”

          Andrew Fraknoi

Sharman spent eight days working in space as a chemist and researcher. She even believes many of us may have had encounters with aliens during our lives and didn’t know. If perspective from the ground isn’t enough to convince you, what about from someone who’s seen our very

                      Dr. Eric Davis

civilization from above?

In January 2020 Sharman told The Observer, “There are so many billions of stars out there in the universe that there must be all sorts of different forms of life” – although Sharman doesn’t know if they’re carbon-based like humans. She even suggested, “It’s possible they’re here right now and we simply can’t see them.”

UFOs exist: They’re worth a “serious study”

Those are the beliefs of Kevin Knuth – a NASA researcher and assistant professor of physics at the University of Albany in NY. Knuth remembered always being interested in UFOs, and professed, “there’s plenty of evidence to support UFO sightings.”

With a firm understanding of the scientific method, Knuth admitted studying or testing for UFOs is “extremely challenging” – the appearance of UFOs can’t just be repeated. Knuth discussed the “discrepancy between the expectation that there should be evidence of . . . and the presumption that no visitations have been observed.”

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Study Suggests Aliens May be Found in Stars

September 3, 2020                                (econotimes.com)

• In a study published by an international group of scientists in the journal Letters in High Energy Physics, cosmic RNA and DNA may form within a star and replicate itself which could produce a very basic version of life. According to a study, a unique kind of alien life may be existing in the core of a star.

• “Information stored in the RNA (or DNA) encodes the mechanism of self-replication,” said physicist Eugene Chudnovsky of The City University of New York. “Its emergence must have been preceded by the massive information of random RNA sequences until a sequence was formed capable of self-replication.”

• These ‘star beings’ would be able to survive the extreme heat of a star from the inside, similar to known organisms that survive the most extreme temperatures.

 

Along with exploring our neighboring planets, space agencies are also focusing on looking for other life forms or aliens that may be existing in the

               Eugene Chudnovsky

universe. A study has further suggested that we may need to look at stars as well when it comes to looking for these extra-terrestrial beings.

According to a study made by an international group of scientists, a unique kind of alien life may be existing in the core of a star. Similar to organisms that could survive the most extreme temperatures, it may also be occurring within stars. But, this kind of alien life is different from what is widely known, should the study prove to be accurate, and it would suggest that these beings are able to survive the extreme heat of a star from the inside.

Keep in mind that RNA and DNA make up the key to life on Earth. RNA functions as the “messenger molecule” that carries out amino acids to the genes while DNA functions to decipher and spread the information. In a study published in the journal Letters in High Energy Physics, the cosmic RNA and DNA may form within a star and replicate itself which could produce a very basic version of life.

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