Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Saturday December 31, 2016

More Mysterious Radio Signals Have Been Detected Coming From Outside Our Galaxy

We have been picking up multiple radio signals that have been coming from the same location in space. I don’t know why scientists are wasting time coming up with hypotheses when it’s obviously aliens.

Currently, the leading hypothesis for the source of the Milky Way's FRB is the cataclysmic collision of two neutron stars, which forms a black hole. The idea is that as this collision happens, huge amounts of short-lived radio energy are blasted out into space. But the repeating nature of these distant signals, all coming from the same place, suggest that can't be the case - at least for these particular FRB. Instead, the 17 radio bursts detected from FRB 121102 indicate that something less dramatic is going on - the most likely hypothesis at the moment for these outer-galactic FRB is that they're coming from an exotic object such as a young neutron star, that's rotating with enough power to regularly emit the extremely bright pulses.

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