Showing posts with label radio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label radio. Show all posts


World's Biggest Telescope Being Used to Search for Intelligent Aliens, UFO Sighting Daily.

Date of article: Oct 13, 2016
Location of radio telescope: Guizhou, China
New source:

As I said in a post last year while they were still working on it, this radio telescope is going to be used by China to communicate with aliens and create trade agreements. Lucky for China, they also have paying customer billionaire who will finance a lot of the searching. Its a win win situation, and hopefully they succeed and tell the public about it. Can you see the future history books teaching how China found aliens first and contacted them first publicly? That would be a sign of a true world power. 
Scott C. Waring

New states: 
The Breakthrough Initiatives to search for extraterrestrial life are split into three main projects: Breakthrough Listen, Breakthrough Starshot, and Breakthrough Message. Starshot is an attempt to send a nanoprobe to Alpha Centauri, the closest star to us, using photonic propulsion. Message is a competition with $1,000,000 in prize money available to science teams who come up with the best platform to send a digital message out to any intelligent aliens who might be listening. And Listen, the flagship of the Breakthrough Initiatives, uses ground-based radio telescopes to search for any signals given off by an alien civilization.

The Breakthrough Initiatives just announced that they will join forces with China's space program to use the recently-completed Five-Hundred-Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), the largest single-dish telescope in the world. The massive radio telescope in the southwestern province of Guizhou should be able to detect fainter signals than ever before.

A team of researchers at FAST will share data and information with researchers at the Green Bank Telescope in the U.S. and the Parkes Observatory in Australia to refine search methods and scour the sky for any signs of intelligent life.


You can send a 'message in a bottle' into space which will reach the North Star in 434 years, Feb 2016, UFO Sighting News.

Date of transmission: Sept-Nov of 2016 (169 days away)
Location of radio transmission: North Star, Polaris
Destination of radio transmission: 434 light years away
News source:

This is your big chance to send a radio transmission beamed into space at the speed of light this Sept-Nov of 2016. Its free and anyone can send one, so (click here) try it. Your thoughts  will be transmitted across the universe at the speed of light, some hitting the star Polaris, and most will continue to travel forever! I've done this before dozens of times with a few other observatories and sent out hundreds of messages. Its fun, its eternal, its you. So whats stopping you?
Scott C. Waring

News states:
Messages from people from around the world are to be beamed into space at the speed of light. The interstellar message in a bottle is part of a project by scientists hoping to create a celestial time capsule. Dispatches from the public will be converted into radio waves and broadcast towards the North Star – Polaris – this autumn, reaching their destination in 434 years. The messages will be comprised of responses to a single question asking how present environmental interactions will shape the future. The work is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh, the Royal Observatory of Edinburgh, and the UK Astronomical Technology Centre (UKATC) along with other partners. Project co-ordinator Paul Quast said Polaris was chosen as the destination because of its cultural significance as a reference point for navigators and star gazers. Researchers said they will be able to use the responses to gauge if there are significant geographical differences in how people think about the environment and the future of the planet. Not the actual bottle, obviously (Frank Franklin II/AP) Edinburgh College of Art postgraduate student Paul said: “We are at a pivotal point in this planet’s history. “Our present ecological decisions will have a massive impact on the future for all Earth’s inhabitants. “This project will create a culturally-inspired message in a bottle capturing global perspectives that will travel into space for eons.” The public are invited to visit the official website,, and leave their contributions to be broadcast into the cosmos.


China rushes to finish world's largest telescope, not to listen, but, to transmit, July 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of completion: 2016
Date of construction: March 2011
Location of radio telescope: southwest China's Guizhou Province
News source:

They don't want to listen...they want to transmit messages. To create trade agreements with different alien species, much like America did back in the 1980s-90s. Yes, I have used a 32 meter diameter radio telescope dish (Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station) to send a message into space asking for a UFO sighting...less than 24 hours later, and 45 minutes from my home, a professor here in Taiwan records a close up UFO over the road as she goes to work. Sending messages works. China knows this. 
Scott C. Waring

News states:
Beijing :- China is frantically giving finishing touches to world’s largest radio telescope designed to find signs of alien life following NASA’s recent discovery of ‘Earth 2.0’ with the planet-hunting Kepler space telescope. While NASA basked in the success of discovering an earth-like planet around 1,400 light years away with Kepler 452b, China announced that it has started assembling the world’s largest radio telescope, which is the size of 30 football fields in its Guizhou Province to enhance its ability to observe outer space. Technicians began to assemble the telescope’s reflector, which is 500 metres in diameter and made up of 4,450 panels. Each panel is an equilateral triangle with a side length of 11 metres, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Once completed, the single-aperture spherical telescope called “FAST” will be the world’s largest, overtaking Puerto Rico’s Arecibo Observatory, which is 300 metres in diameter. Nan Rendong, chief scientist of the FAST project with the National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, told Xinhua that the bigger the dish is, the more capable the telescope is and the weaker messages it will receive. “A radio telescope is like a sensitive ear, listening to tell meaningful radio messages from white noise in the universe. It is like identifying the sound of cicadas in a thunderstorm,” he said. The new telescope is expected to greatly enhance Chinese scientists’ capacity to observe outer space. Wu Xiangping, director-general of Chinese Astronomical Society, said that for years Chinese scientists have worked on “second hand” data collected by others and failed to achieve breakthrough. “Having a more sensitive telescope, we can receive weaker and more distant radio messages. It will help us to search for intelligent life outside of the galaxy and explore the origins of the universe,” Wu said. With a perimeter of about 1.6 km, it will take about 40 minutes to walk around the telescope. The giant dish is built upon a naturally-formed bowl-like valley in the southern part of Guizhou. “There are three hills about 500 metres away from one another, creating a valley that is perfect to support the telescope,” Sun Caihong, chief engineer of FAST’s construction said explaining the reason why this site was chosen. The karst formation in the local landscape is good for draining rainwater underground and protecting the reflector, Sun said. The surrounding area has “radio silence” as there are no towns and cities within a sphere of five km and only one county centre within a sphere of 25 km, he said. The huge dish is actually hung over the ground supported by thousands of steel pillars and cables. There will be maintenance passages under it. The construction of the telescope began in March 2011 and is set to finish next year.


ESA Confirms Comet 67P Transmits A Radio Signals. Hear it on video! Nov 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of announcement: Nov 2014
Comet name: Comet 67P
Announcement made by ESA
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This is an exciting announcement folks. The ESA has announced this week that Comet 67P has been sending radio signals. In my opinion this is not a code. It is how a species of aliens communicate to one another without speaking. A form of telepathy put into primitive radio signals. Its the only way this species can communicate to us. This is their thoughts. They don't talk. They look like the 1 meter tall greys, but with a skin that has a tint of brown. Yeah, I have heard this sound before. Listen to the video below to hear the signal...the song as they call it. A repeated message.

Because this signal was put into radio transmissions, a very primitive technology to send messages with...the signal had to have been made for humanity. Getting a copy of the full message and then translating it should be of utter importance. Is it a message of greetings? Or is it a warning of whats to come? We the people of the world need to find out. SCW

The states:
The European Space Agency (ESA) today confirmed that it was receiving a mysterious signal from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. In a post on its live streaming website, it described the signal as a “mystery song” and uploaded a recording with the caption: “Hear our comet sing.” The confirmation follows months of rumors that the Rosetta mission was originally sent to explore a radio signal from the comet first detected 20 years ago. The November 12 landing of the Rosetta mission’s Philae probe will be live streamed to the world. The ESA’s surprise announcement hints that the significance of the landing may go well beyond the historic first of humanity landing a probe on a comet. (Read much more at source).


Send A Message Into Deep Space Using The Jamesburg Earth Station Radio Telescope!

Have you ever wanted to send a message in a bottle like you've read in books and seen in movies? Well now is your big chance. The Jamesburg Earth Station has been converted to send messages into deep space. These messages will travel at the speed of light across the universe virtually forever. SETI Listens for life across the universe every day for many decades, but now with this station they are sending messages out rather than searching and listening for messages. This is a giant leap forward in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

They call themselves Lone Signal and they give you the opportunity to send your message to the closest target that they believe intelligence life could exist. Right now current location the messages are sent to is Gliese 526 which is 17.6 light years from Earth. The target will change every once in a while to increase chances of your message reaching aliens. 
Your first message you're allowed to send is free. After that you could buy different packages to send more messages by buying 4, 40, 400 and 4000 credits. To send a photo will always cost you three credits. To send a tweet like message is one credit, but longer messages will cost a few more credits. 

So far I (Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily) have used 148 credits to send photos of my family, Yoda, Cars and my dog wearing 3D glasses. I also send a lot of tweet-like messages about UFO sightings, questions I have, or even light hearted jokes. It's just like Facebook or Twitter messages, except these will last millions of years and one day be read by intelligent life forms, no pun intended.
Even Hollywood celebrity Dan Aykroyd came and sent a long message into space using Lone Signal. This is the exact same station that received the first signals when men first walked on the moon back in 1969, then it transmitted the video to the rest of the world...all because of the Jamesburg Earth Station.

So what are you waiting for? Go and send your free message into deep space which will travel in for millions of years at the speed of light. Paper may fade and crumble, CD and DVDs will crack and break, but in the vacuum of space...your message will travel...forever across the universe. Scott C. Waring


Alex Jones's Father Joins in The UFO Discussion and Tells some Tales of His Own Encounters

Alex's Father joins the show to add to the ufo discussion and tells some tales of seeing strange objects in the sky. One as recent as his last vacation which he took just a few days ago.

Tim calls into the show to talk with alex about his time working at area 52 and seeing the secret projects being tested over at area 51. Are most of what the public see at night described as...UFO's, are really from our government?