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    Default CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst



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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    Quote Originally Posted by pikaia View Post


    A simpler hypothesis is that Avi Loeb has lost his mind.

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    Default Mysterious Repeating Radio Signal from Deep Space

    Hey Guys
    Interesting reading.
    https://www.livescience.com/64457-sc...eep-space.html


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    Default Re: Mysterious Repeating Radio Signal from Deep Space

    Quote Originally Posted by skldvenom View Post
    Hey Guys
    Interesting reading.
    https://www.livescience.com/64457-sc...eep-space.html


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    Yes, but Avi Loeb is still in need of medical attention. There's nothing about this that's indicative of aliens.
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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    I am not sure what it is about these scientists from Harvard and their theories about aliens lately....
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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    We should know by now that any new phenomenon we cannot explain with our current scientific understanding must be aliens.
    So, until we prove it's not aliens then it's aliens!

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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby76 View Post
    I am not sure what it is about these scientists from Harvard and their theories about aliens lately....
    It's the academic legacy of Timothy Leary.... Someone is putting LSD in the coffee.


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    We should know by now that any new phenomenon we cannot explain with our current scientific understanding must be aliens.
    So, until we prove it's not aliens then it's aliens!
    That's the ticket. Just like the early claim that pulsars were aliens!
    But seriously the signal characteristics are totally incompatible with any life in the neighborhood. Further establishing the high advancement of the alien tech!
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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    Magnetars near SMBHs are a possible natural explanation. See:

    magnetars as the source of FRBs (sorry aliens fans)
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    Default Re: CHIME detects second repeating fast radio burst

    Quote Originally Posted by not_Fritz_Argelander View Post

    A simpler hypothesis is that Avi Loeb has lost his mind.
    Hi nFA. Perhaps Avi Loeb has watched the movie Contact (1997) too many times.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contac...American_film)

    Thanks for the latest update from the Chime Radio telescope nFA, and the best of regards.
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