I just received this info from another site I participate on in reference to 2012.
|I remember what the grass circle thingy reminded me ofhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Arecibo_Overview.jpg#filelinks|
Is there a connection?
|The Arecibo message is a radio message that was beamed into space at a ceremony to mark the remodeling of the Arecibo radio telescope on 16 November 1974. It was aimed at the globular star cluster M13 some 25,000 light years away because it was a large and close collection of stars that was available in the sky at the time and place of the ceremony. The message consisted of 1679 binary digits (equivalent to nearly 205 bytes) transmitted at a frequency of 2380 MHz and modulated by shifting the frequency by 10 Hz, with a power of 1000 kWatt. The beam was extremely narrow (giving a power equivalent to 20 trillion Watts if it were omnidirectional) making it the strongest man-made signal ever sent. The entire transmission lasted 169 seconds and was not repeated. The number 1679 was chosen because it is a semiprime (the product of two prime numbers) and therefore can only be broken down into 23 rows and 73 columns, or 73 rows and 23 columns. This assumes that those who read it will choose to arrange it as a rectangle. The information arranged the first way (23 rows, 73 columns) produces jumbled nonsense, but if arranged the second way (73 rows, 23 columns) it forms the image shown on the right (assuming the bits are arranged from left to right and the rows are arranged from top to bottom;otherwise a flipped image is formed), which is assumed to be recognizable as data. oReading the image from top to bottom and left to right, it can be divided into 7 parts that state (or show) the following:
1. the numbers one (1) through ten (10);
Because it will take 25,000 years for the message to reach its intended destination of stars (and an additional 25,000 for any reply), the Arecibo message was more a demonstration of human technological achievement than a real attempt to enter into a conversation with extraterrestrials.
Dr. Frank Drake, then at Cornell University and creator of the famous Drake equation, wrote the message, with help from Carl Sagan, among others. Whether or not this message has any ostensible effects, it has nevertheless forced humanity to consider how it might communicate with extrasolar beings, and what the contents of any such communications might be.
What a find Goz!
I will tell you something … what jumped out at me immediately.
…the globular star cluster M13…
…and the year 1974.
Thank you very very much for the image and the huge huge clue goz.
Now that accounts for the WHITE CIRCLE, now we need to find its cheery chiral stellar scaler sol-mate, the BLACK RECTANGLE.
Here it is.
Ever heard of Milagro?
The Milagro Gamma-Ray Observatory
|Milagro, the Spanish word for miracle, is a new type of astronomical telescope. Like conventional telescopes, Milagro is sensitive to light but the similarities end there. Whereas “normal” astronomical telescopes view the Universe in visible light, Milagro “sees” the Universe at very high energies. The “light” that Milagro sees is about 1 trillion times more energetic than visible light. While these particles of light, known as photons, are the same as the photons that make up visible light, they behave quite differently simply because they are much more energetic.|
Getting VERY VERY close to the dirty secret the MASTERS are hiding from us…
Golem, what does the “G” in the Compass and Square represent?
God, Goat, Gold or Geometry?
‘Google’ everything I say silly