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I’m not saying it’s aliens. But if it is, let them go to voicemail:

Its not clear exactly what that object is, but scientists refer to the observable phenomenon as a fast radio burst: a fleeting but extremely powerful blast of radio waves. In this case, astronomers caught a rapid stream of radio bursts coming from a galaxy about three billion light-years away.

11 Responses to “Don’t answer”

  1. TriggerFinger Says:

    “Rapid stream of radio bursts”… that doesn’t sound like communication to me. That sounds like targeting radar. Does this galaxy have ECM?

  2. Fred Says:

    Trying to contact aliens is the stupidest thing. What evidence have we that the entire universe doesn’t work just like this dump; kill, eat, repeat.

    They say on the one hand that evolution and survival of the fittest is the natural order but somehow we, and fucking aliens are evolved past that? Yeah, your nearest cousin is fucking chimp alright. Total morons! More proof that leftists and scientists (but I repeat myself) are retarded as shit.

  3. Huck Says:

    I hear you Fred. Let’s say that any aliens are more advanced than we are and are similar in attitude. Throughout OUR history, the more advanced culture has always eliminated or forcefully assimilated inferior cultures.

    Extraterrestrial contact may not be a good thing.

  4. Ken in NH Says:

    It’s safe to answer since it will be 3 billion years before they receive it.

  5. Shrimp Says:

    Ken in NH: it is not safe to answer, we’d just be kicking the can down the road for our children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s … well, somebody way down the road to deal with. What are you, some sort of RINO?

  6. rickn8or Says:

    Perhaps the best sign of superior alien intelligence is that they haven’t contacted us.

  7. Gerry Says:

    It’s your great, great ,great, great, whatever grandkids asking for money to post bail.

    Ignore them.

  8. mikee Says:

    Alien spammers. Yes, spammers.
    I constantly get phone calls from out of state on my cell phone. When I answer and say “Hello” the caller hangs up without saying a word.

    According to internet spammer information, this call-and-drop technique is an automated search for individuals who will answer their cell phones, to allow sale of “verified” cell phone number lists to companies for their sales calls.

    If we answer the radio wave bursts, in a few billion years we’ll be getting nothing but sales calls all day long.

  9. Philip Says:

    Radio bursts that were generated a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away? They must be distress signals from Alderaan.

  10. Sigivald Says:

    It’s okay, they’re already long dead.

  11. Standard Mischief Says:

    >Itís safe to answer since it will be 3 billion years before they receive it.

    Maybe not “safe”, but I’m pretty sure it will not be my problem to solve.