Signs from galaxy
In the year 1977, a 37-year-old man named Jerry Ehman was a voluntary researcher for Ohio State University’s now-defunct Big Ear radio observatory. It was here that a giant telescope was scanning the skies on August 15. In those days, any information was processed through an IBM 1130 mainframe computer, printed onto some perforated paper, and then examined by hand. It was by doing this that Ehman spotted something extraordinary – a vertical column with the alphanumerical sequence: ‘6EQUJ5’. Ehman grabbed a red pen and circled the sequence. In the margin, he simply wrote ‘Wow!’
More than three decades later, the Wow Signal is still the first and best potential evidence of communication with extra-terrestrials and it also remains one of the biggest mysteries in science. Over the years, Ehman and his colleagues have worked to rule out potential candidates of what the signal could’ve been sent from – such as satellites, aircrafts or ground-based transmitters on Earth. Although this is the case, it still hasn’t been proved the signal came from ‘aliens’...
In an article published on the 30th of May, Alberto Caballero, a PhD student at the University of Vigo in Spain, authored a study in the International Journal of Astrobiology earlier this month in which he claimed that he pinpointed the so-called “WoW! Signal.” Now he wants to warn scientists for civilisations that could revert to messages sent from the earth. The researcher warns scientists that using Extra Terrestrial Intelligence might envoke invasion from certain civilisations in space.
Could we call this a coincidence? A researcher discovers where the signal in 1977 came from and warns about sending messages into space. At the same time we found chewing gum on earth with a positive message from space, reaching out to us.
Coincidence? We don't think so!
The research-team of the 'talking' gum found out more about the way those aliens reach out to communicate with us. They use gum to communicate. This has to do with the flexibility of gum. When the sun shines on it (even the hard gum on the streets), our alien friends can send brainwaves beyond space and time from the galaxy to it. Gum on the streets of earth can be traced by their brainwaves. Once a brainwave enters the gum, it sticks to it, together with a message. The brainwave is translated in sounds, like voices, when touched.
The question remains...why do they want our chewed gum??
Dr. Allen Dufou has found a very logical explanation to that question. Why would aliens be interested in our chewing gum?
It's quite simple! It contains and preserves our DNA. And what better way to get to know other living things then by studying their DNA? They can discover humans, envision human lifestyle and the state of Earth by researching our DNA in those chewing gums.
That's why it's very important we start communicating the way they invited us to!
We expect them to return our chewing gums, after their research on it, with new messages, to help us save People & Planet Earth.
They might even send personal messages, based on the dna found in our personal chewed gums.
Don't be surprised, they are living lightyears away from us, in another dimension.
They probably KNOW the future of Earth! And they want to help us save our Planet.
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