First Contact – alien Laser Beacons detected?

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Picture: NASA; ESA; G. Illingworth, D. Magee, and P. Oesch, University of California, Santa Cruz; R. Bouwens, Leiden University; and the HUDF09 Team; Wikimedia

Very carefully (it was not released in the mass media so far. Everybody is waiting for verification. So don’t expect too much):
Our generation might be possibly witnessing in these days the discovery of an interstellar communication system between 234 civilizations in our galactic proximity [1].
Astronomers analyzed the light from 2.5 million stars. They found 234 anomalies that could have 5 possible explanations:
  • instrumental and data reduction effects
  • rotational transitions in molecules
  • the Fourier transform of spectral lines
  • rapid pulsations of the stars
  • laser pulses from extra terrestrial intelligences (ETI)
From these 5 possible explanations of the anomalies astronomers could eleminate 3 so far with high probability. The remaining explanations is an error out of the instrument and data reduction or periodic laser pulses as predicted by physicist Ermanno Borra 2012 [2]. If it can be proven, the spike in the FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation, a standard signal analyzing algorithm) does not come out of the measurement system itself, then it has to be artificial laser sources with a very high probability. Next step would be building huge lasers and sending strong pulse signals into the direction of a few of the nearest of the laser sources to proof Borra’s hypothesis and thereby:
to get into conversation..
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