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SETI 'wow' signal



The discovery of the amazing "Wow Signal" picked up from the direction of the Sagitarius constellation, 200 light years away. What was it?

   

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Comment icon #4 Posted by LiGhTyAgAmi on 21 November, 2007, 16:42
found a topic on www.planetary.org here's the link WOW! Seti Signal and here's the link for yahoo search could also be found on www.planetary.org LINK to Yahoo Search Results ( video ) and here's a link from youtube in case the other links won't work.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Cyaneyed on 21 November, 2007, 17:15
Cheers for the links. The WOW signal kind of spins me out, taking into account how long it would take for a signal to come from that far away, the fact it lasts such a short time is perplexing...Yet it's been proven that it was not a terrestrial signal. Perplexing.
Comment icon #6 Posted by chrisfreak on 21 November, 2007, 18:08
I guess the ETs invented and played World of Warcraft
Comment icon #7 Posted by SaRuMaN on 21 November, 2007, 19:41
Sorry about that, the link has now been fixed.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Mars on 22 November, 2007, 2:33
The WOW signal happened 30 years ago so its unlikely it was aliens.
Comment icon #9 Posted by Anukis on 23 November, 2007, 10:30
The WOW signal happened 30 years ago so its unlikely it was aliens. Why is that? im sure there were aliens back then, if they exist.
Comment icon #10 Posted by LiGhTyAgAmi on 23 November, 2007, 16:09
Why is that? im sure there were aliens back then, if they exist. ETL do exist. life can come in any shape and types. we just don't have enough evidences/proof yet.
Comment icon #11 Posted by starbird on 30 November, 2007, 16:24
Back in the "70's, humans sent out a signal from Arecibo. It was a "one-off", and not a continuous signal. Is it possible that, "whoever" sent this signal, could have been doing something similar? Testing the waters, so to speak? However, one would think and expect that such signals would be commonplace given the sheer number of stars and likely planets in our galaxy that could theoretically harbor intelligent life. Is it possible that such life is so far in advance of us that we are simply unable to detect them? Do they want to be detected? Especially by a warlike race such as ours? Do we nee... [More]
Comment icon #12 Posted by unit on 1 December, 2007, 3:12
i posted something @ this few days ago.. will find link http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum...=112453&hl=
Comment icon #13 Posted by Legatus Legionis on 1 December, 2007, 9:32
i posted something @ this few days ago.. will find link http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum...=112453&hl= this article was posted on Nov 21 2007, 07:04 PM your post was posted on Nov 29 2007, 07:33 AM


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