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Ta et scenario, en kjedekollisjon med 100 biler krasjer i hverandre et sted på jorden i dag, ville man kunne sett dette om noen millioner eller milliarder år frem i tid med et romteleskop hvis man eks befant seg på en annen planet i en annen galakse?

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Kulumuli

Med dagens beste teleskop kan man knapt se planeter i andre solsystemer. Med alle stjerner og støv som forhindrer tror jeg nok at det beste man kan håpe på er at aliens får et glimt av jordkloden med et ekstremt teleskop ikke mange lysår unna.

Nå er ikke jeg noen ekspert på alien teknologi, men vi vet jo ikke hva som er mulig med fremtidens teknologi.

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shaukat23B

Hørt om Hubble?

Forresten en digresjon -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wow!_signal

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shaukat23B

NASA mottok for en del år siden det et knippe ansatte som jobbet med det, mente var et nødsignal fra en fjern planet. Angivelig var signalet 80 000 år gammelt og handlet om en rasert verden.

Om det stemmer vet jeg ikke, men ikke kunne vi gjort noe med det

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BlackEagle

Jeg går ut fra at du har kiler til dette, skogkatt. Eller... nei, det går jeg ikke ut fra.

Ellers er det vel å si at om man sender ut signaler fra en verden som allerede er rasert, er man vel litt seint ute i alle fall...

Mvh

BE

Edit: OK - jeg ser du har angitt ancient-code.com - den adressa virker jo uhyre tillitvekkende...

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BlackAdda

Edit: OK - jeg ser du har angitt ancient-code.com - den adressa virker jo uhyre tillitvekkende...

Her er hjemmesiden til kilden til ancient-code

http://weeklyworldnews.com/

Utvilsomt en spøk.

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shaukat23B

NASA experts claim to have intercepted an intergalactic distress call from an alien civilization that had already peaked and was actually dying when saber-tooth tigers still roamed the earth.

The 80,000-year-old SOS was received and digitally recorded in late January 1998.

But only in recent weeks have radio astronomers and language experts found the key to the complex mathematics-based language that enabled them to translate the ‘frantic plea for help’.

The world press has been suspiciously silent about the startling message, though lengthy scientific reports are scheduled for publication in two professional journals, Radio Astronomy and Universe.

According to a highly placed NASA source in Houston, Texas, noted Russian space scientist Dr. Viktor Kulakov is leading a United Nations research team from a state-operated observatory 50 miles northwest of Moscow.

Dr. Kulakov told Universe that the signal emanated from a point beyond the galaxy nearest to our own, Andromeda, and was sent by beings that had apparently achieved a civilization no more advanced than our own here on Earth.

Viktor Georgiyevich Kulikov was the Warsaw Pact commander-in-chief from 1977 to 1989. He was awarded the rank of the Marshal of the Soviet Union on January 14, 1977.

Kulikov was born into a peasant family and joined the Red Army in 1939. He saw service in World War II and was made a Hero of the Soviet Union.

Kulikov commanded the Kiev Military District in 1967-1969 and the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany in 1969–1971. From 1971 until 1977, he served as the Chief of General Staff of the Soviet Armed Forces. In 1983, he was awarded a Lenin Prize. Kulikov was a member of the Soviet/Russian parliament 1989–2003. He was awarded the highest Cuban award, the Order of Playa Girón in 2006. – Wikipedia

“The simple fact that we received and decoded the message proves beyond any doubt that their knowledge and technology were, at the very best, within our reach.” Dr. Kulakov explained.

“And while there are years of study ahead of us, I can say with certainty that the death of their civilization was not the result of some cosmic catastrophe. It was the result of the civilization turning on itself, possibly with devastating nuclear weaponry.”

Dr Kulakov flatly refused to provide either of the magazines with a transcript of the message, but he did say it began with the plea, “Help us,” and went on to give data pinpointing the exact position of the doomed planet.

There was a quite lucid account of apocalyptic devastation, hellish explosions, widespread death and terminal illnesses,” he said.

“A Shower of meteors? Perhaps. But what stikes me, and this is just a feeling, is an underlying acceptance of guilt. It’s as if the senders of the message are acknowledging blame for what happened.”

“Whatever it was, they apparently had no means to evacuate the remaining population. Interplanetary space travel was available to them, but only on a very limited level. The message makes it very clear that they were trapped on their world,” said Dr. Kulakov.

http://www.ancient-code.com/nasa-experts-claim-intercepted-intergalactic-distress-call/

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BlackAdda

NASA experts claim to have intercepted an intergalactic distress call

Haha.

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orbixx

Teoretisk sett er vel svaret ja.

Men lyset vil sikkert være for svakt for at hendelsen kan registreres av eventuelle intelligente vesener i rommet.

Det er mer enn 4.lysår til vår nærmeste stjerne, bortsett vår egen sol, Proxima Centauri- og der et det ikke liv.

Om noen millioner av år er det kanskje noen, der ute, som leser ditt innlegg.

Alt er i bevegelse her på vår planet, og selvsagt er lyset på reise ut i rommet.

Hvis de leser mine innlegg, kommer de ikke til Tellus... :)

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