From: Jim Mortellaro <Jsmortell@aol.com> Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1999 23:07:58 EST Fwd Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 12:15:44 -0500 Subject: Re: UFO Communication? >From: Mark Cashman <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 20:09:34 -0500 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >Subject: Re: UFO Communication? >>Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 00:57:41 -0800 >>From: Josh Goldstein <firstname.lastname@example.org> >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >>Subject: UFO Communication? >>All the past discussion of SETI and alien communication has >>brought me to pose a question. How do UFOs communicate? >>If they communicate using the electromagnetic >>spectrum why can't that be detected and perhaps interpreted? >>If the flying triangles are terrestrial in origin I assume we >>would be able to detect many scrambled radio messages. Why don't Mark, Josh, List, Entities lurking..... I would like to respond, point by point to your post, Mark.... >Of course, all of the following represents nothing more than the >rankest speculation, but I think these are some of the >alternatives: As do my comments.... which are strictly opinions based on the moon's waxing gibbeous phase, only! >1) UFOs do not communicate with each other or with any bases. >Either there is a strict rule to preclude such communication or >there is no need for them to communicate (perhaps because they >are strictly independent). Doubtfull, as it is necessary to coordinate the various activities of the various craft such as, abduction, fly by shootings, attempts at psyching out the military, SR 765/F99/G2 pursuit, salute and strategic aircraft chaser needling.... these guys like to kid around you know! >2) UFOs use small UFOs (such as BOL (Balls of Light)) to >communicate, much like carrier pigeons. Uh, how does a carrier pidgeon communicate. I for one, having had a number of experiences, never heard any pidgeon sounds... or even anything remotely resembling a "coo-ing" sound! I have heard beeping sounds, but not one coo... >3) UFOs use analog radio of low strength, transmit infrequently, >and rely on specific frequency schedules and burst transmissions >to avoid detection. Everyone knows that UFOs use digital transmission. It is more modern than analog. And EBE's are ultra modern guys. You don't gotta have a PhD to see that. >4) UFOs use digital radio of low strength and transmit digital >packets. Such packets are unlikely to be easily detected, and >since they are emitted from a very high speed airborne source, >they are typcially eliminated by ELINT (Electronic Intelligence) >systems as spurious, especially since to an unknowing observer, >their content makes them appear to be noise. Such packets could >contain encrypted linguistic content, video content of unknown >aspect ratio, or some other more exotic form of communication. Repeating... digital, but not necessarily radio... and packets are not likely being used. I have never seen one packet in any of my experiences... uh, needles, body fluid extracting gizmoids, metal like probes stuck up my nose, and sometimes, peepee tools designed to ... uh ... get it on, eh? But not one packet. Altho I did see something that looked like a squar-ish vest-like thing on one of them turkeys... almost like a bullet proof vest. But it had no pockets or packets. I do agree with the exotic forms to which you referred in your last sentence, but the clothing worn by every single EBE had not even ONE piece of lint on it. These are VERY neat duds, dudes... whatever. >5) UFOs use lasers for point to point communications and do not >broadcast at all. Interception would require the interposition >of a receiver in the signal path, and the chances of this are >small. Lasers? Aimed at what and how are they aimed? Not likely in my opinion anyway. How does the one UFO know where to aim the laser with which to modulate the beam.... and then what method of modulation is used? AM, FM, FSK, CW? See what I mean? This is getting freaky, eh? >6) UFOs use an exotic communications medium such as gravity or >quantum particles, or exploit some unknown principle of quantum >simultaneity to transmit information. Probably very likely. If not gravity or quantum particles, something just as exotic. >We know that UFOs emit radio signals, and that these signals are >sometimes noisy and sometimes actually have a form which is >similar to that of earthly transmissions. I refer you to the >article in Clark's UFO Encyclopedia, written by Sparks, on the >RB47 case for an example of this. For most detection of radio >frequency signals from UFOs, observers report that detection as >interference with existing radio equipment or as static. This >would suggest such radio emissions are broad in their frequency >profile. However, such observations also usually suggest a >limited range. Some researchers tend to interpret the >interference / noise output as emissions which are a side-effect >of the generation of luminosity by the UFO - a phenomenon which >suggests such mechanisms as X-ray or UV excitation of the >atmosphere, or the injection of electrons into the near surface >area of the UFO. Obviously, such mechanisms would tend to >suppress many frequencies of radio transmission and would tend >to devalue the use of radio frequencies for communication. I have been a ham for... uh, 41 years. I have often been quite bored while waiting to be probed on one of those flying saucers. I have thought to myself, "Gee, wouldn't it be nice to have a portable ham radio rig on this thing while I waited to be milked for my body's juices?" Maybe that's what that QRM (interference/noise) is... just some ham who managed to smuggle a DX-40 and an ARC 5 on board during one of his abductions, eh? >We also know that UFOs emit light rays, and sometimes these >connect one object to another. We also know that UFOs sometimes >use their external lighting for communication with witnesses, >and may appear to be using it for communication with another >object. >Some of the methods suggested above would remain undetectable by >current technologies, some would require a concerted effort by >an ELINT organization such as the NSA, and some have already >been reported. What to make out of all of this is uncertain. >If you are interested in cases of radio interference / signals, >I refer you to the on-line Project 1947 EM Effects catalog: Actually, I have a better suggestion. Get yourself a ham radio rig and tune in on the 80 meter band, CW portion during the peak sunspot cycle. And try to sort out even ONE signal from the racket... packet, whatever... go ahead, just try! And I do wish you would stop talking about lint all the time. I told you these guys are very neat! Dr. Gesundt, UFO Ex-Spurt..
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