Friday, October 1, 2010

Mysterious Pulse Light From Newly Discovered Earth Detected in 2008

In December 2008, Dr Ragbir Bhathal, a scientist at the University of Western Sydney, picked up the odd signal, long before it was announced that the star Gliese 581 has habitable planets in orbit around it. 

Dr Bhathal's discovery had come just months before astronomers announced that they had found a similar, slightly less habitable planet around the same star 20 light years away. This planet was called Gliese 581e.   Dr. Bhathal said:
 "Whenever there’s a clear night, I go up to the observatory and do a run on some of the celestial objects. Looking at one of these objects, we found this signal.  And you know, I got really excited with it. So next I had to analyse it. We have special software to analyse these signals, because when you look at celestial objects through the equipment we have, you also pick up a lot of noise.   We found this very sharp signal, sort of a laser lookalike thing which is the sort of thing we’re looking for - a very sharp spike. And that is what we found. So that was the excitement about the whole thing." - Mail-Online Article 
Dr. Steven Vogt who led the study at the University of California, Santa Cruz, today said that he was '100 per cent sure ' that there was life on the planet. The planet lies in the star's 'Goldilocks zone' - the region in space where conditions are neither too hot or too cold for liquid water to form oceans, lakes and rivers. The planet also appears to have an atmosphere, a gravity like our own and could well be capable of life. Researchers say the findings suggest the universe is teeming with world like our own.

Vogt told Discovery News:

""Personally, given the ubiquity and propensity of life to flourish wherever it can, I would say that the chances for life on this planet are 100 percent. I have almost no doubt about it," Steven Vogt, professor of astronomy and astrophysics at University of California Santa Cruz, told Discovery News. - Earth-like Planet Can Sustain Life

The Mail-Online article continued:

The planet is so far away, spaceships traveling close to the speed of light would take 20 years to make the journey. If a rocket was one day able to travel at a tenth of the speed of light, it would take 200 years to make the journey.





Certain physicists such as David Sereda say these aliens have found ways to travel the speed of light through transformation of frequencies to that of transparency.