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- Telltale Signs of a Cosmic Ray Shower? 36 Comments Posted on: Jul 12th, 2014
I don't know if this is anything worth reporting, but I will report it anyway. Today on two occasions while watching TV there was an interference flash of the picture and the audio gave off what sounded like a static discharge.
- New Observations Indicate G2 Cloud Has not Yet Reached Orbital Pericenter 9 Comments Posted on: Jul 10th, 2014
Observations reported in the Astronomers Telegram on June 30th by astronomers Eckart, et al. indicate that the G2 cloud is still on its way inward toward the Galactic core and hence has not yet reached its orbital pericenter; see report here:
- Galactic core still calm. 80 Comments Posted on: Jul 7th, 2014
Things still look quiescent as of July 8th. There has been a progressive rise in X-ray output over the past 4 days (70% increase).
- Telltale Signs of a Cosmic Ray Shower? 36 Comments Posted on: Jul 12th, 2014
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Decoding the Message of the Pulsars (Book)
Decoding the Message of the Pulsars:
Intelligent Communication from the Galaxy
Decoding the Message of the Pulsars presents evidence for the existence of interstellar radio beacons of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) origin that are beaming signals toward the solar system. Dr. LaViolette announced this important discovery to the astronomical community on January 12, 2000 at the 195th meeting of the American Astronomical Society held in Atlanta, Georgia (abstract). His findings were well received.
- First time proof of the existence of interstellar radio signals of intelligent origin being sent to us.
- Evidence that pulsars are part of a vast network of ETI communication beacons.
- This is the updated second edition of the book The Talk of the Galaxy published in 2000.
This exhaustive study presents first time proof that astronomers have been receiving radio signals of intelligent origin. As early as 1967 and continuing to the present, radio astronomers have been carefully studying and cataloging unusual interstellar beacons called pulsars thinking them to be stars of natural origin. Dr. LaViolette, who has been researching pulsars for 35 years, shows that, up to now, the nature of these radio sources has been grossly misunderstood. He has discovered that a number of very unique pulsars are nonrandomly distributed in the sky and mark key Galactic locations that have particular significance from an ETI communication standpoint. He also presents evidence of unusual geometric alignments among pulsars and intriguing pulse period relationships. Equally compelling is the message they are sending-a warning about a past Galactic core explosion disaster that should help us avert a future global tragedy.
- Contains extensive analysis of pulsar data, revealing new ideas about the origins and functions of pulsars
- Provides proof of an extraterrestrial communication network
- Includes information about the formation of crop circles and force-field-beaming technology
The paper by Gerry Zeitlin (2001) entitled: Are pulsar signals evidence of astro-engineered signalling systems? provides an excellent summary of many of the main points in Decoding the Message of the Pulsars.
Table of Contents for Decoding the Message of the Pulsars
- Chapter 1 – The Pulsar Enigma
- Chapter 2 – A Galactic Message
- Chapter 3 – The Galactic Network
- Chapter 4 – The Galactic Imperative
- Chapter 5 – Superwave Warning Beacons
- Chapter 6 – Sky Maps of a Celestial Disaster
- Chapter 7 – Natural or Artificial
- Chapter 8 – Force Field Beaming Technology
Attention, readers of the book Decoding the Message of the Pulsars: Since the time when this second edition of the book went to press early in 2006, a number of new pulsars have been discovered including pulsar PSR J1748-2446ad in the Terzan 5 globular cluster near the Galactic center which holds a new pulse period speed record of 716 Hertz. So whereas the book states that the Millisecond Pulsar (PSR 1937+21) is the fastest pulsing pulsar in the sky, in fact, this one now holds the rank of being the second fastest pulsing pulsar in the sky. To read an update summarizing this new pulsar finding, click here.
Acclaim for Decoding the Message of the Pulsars
Paul LaViolette is among the most advanced scientific minds of our time. His contributions in Decoding the Message of the Pulsars on our populated universe lay a foundation for our future society in space.
Alfred L. Webre, J.D., author of Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe
In a remarkable open-minded exploration of cosmic proportions, Dr. LaViolette proposes that since 1967 radio astronomers have been receiving and cataloging signals of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI). While his explanation is complex, it underscores the very reasons why they may indeed be messages of intelligent origin. A book well worth reading, it is both thought provoking as well as profound in its implications for what our future may bring.
Joseph McMoneagle, author of Mind Trek and The Ultimate Time Machine
Dr. Paul LaViolette is absolutely brilliant in his provocative book, — fastidiously researched and well presented. You cannot read this book and not believe! A truly remarkable work from an equally remarkable man!
Sherry Hansen Steiger and Brad Steiger,
authors of The Rainbow Conspiracy and UFO Odyssey
Dr. Paul LaViolette systematically and eloquently presents an audacious hypothesis that the signals and locations of many pulsars provide evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence. Whatever the significance of his data and conclusions, this is a book well worth reading by those who ponder the great questions of life in the cosmos.
Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine,
Director, New Energy Research Laboratory, Bow, New Hampshire
Provocative evidence of signals from a galactic society
Dr. Paul LaViolette makes an astonishing assertion: pulsars are not what we thought they are (spinning neutron stars) but are white dwarf stars fitted with synchrotron generators by an astro-engineering galactic society specifically to transmit information to us.
Anyone can make astonishing assertions; we encounter them every day. But LaViolette supports his hypothesis with extensive research data published by established astronomers, and a broad understanding of physics, astrophysics, and relevant areas of engineering.
It is not necessary to take LaViolette’s ideas on faith. Pulsars ARE strange and becoming more and more difficult for astronomers to understand, the more they learn about them. The facts about pulsar behavior and their spatial distribution that LaViolette has culled from the research literature cry out for a new interpretation.
Anyone who has followed the field of SETI – the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – and grown weary of the endless decades of futile searching for that narrowly-defined needle in the haystack, will find in Decoding the Message of the Pulsars an extremely exciting revelation.
Gerry Zeitlin, an early SETI pioneer. Also see his essay “The Forgotten Challenge: Pulsars” which gives an excellent overview of some of the main points covered in The Talk of the Galaxy and much more. Also see “Try This @Home” and the Forum on pulsars as ETI beacons. To view his entire internet essay go to: Open SETI Initiative.
Fascinating and extraordinary revelations
Amazon.com reader review (*****)
Amazing book. The author seems to have gone to lengths to meticulously and thoroughly research and detail the thesis he presents. There is an extensive volume of data printed here that makes it very difficult to refute his assertion. If what LaViolette is saying is true (and I believe there is every indication that it is), this news carries profound implications and should get the front-and-center attention of every astronomer, especially those involved in the search for extraterrestrial life.
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