Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Active SETI (METI) to begin sending messages to "Proxima b" to initiate Alien contact.

Humans are finally making an all-out effort to reach aliens with some conversation starters by sending a transmission to Proxima b, the closest exoplanet neighbour to us. The novel plan is devised by scientists at San Francisco-based Active SETI (METI - Messaging Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) who want to beam signals to communicate with aliens instead of waiting for them to call.
Accordingly, METI researchers would like to make the process operational by the end of 2018 with a first message "Hello."

Pioneer Plaque designed by Carl Sagan and Frank Drake
Laser or radio signals will be beamed to Proxima b  that orbits Proxima Centauri, around 4.25 light-years away. The project will beam repeated and intentional messages to the same planets for months and years from Earth. However, the content of the message will be carefully crafted. The METI team will plan the messages to make sure that the alien life forms can convert them.
For the project, METI will go on a fund raising move and hopes to raise around $1 million a year for running the transmitter.
Illustration of Proxima b

Concerns over the messaging plan were raised by Mark Buchanan in a paper published in the Nature Physics journal. He argued that broadcasting messages into space amounts to just "searching for trouble". "We have almost zero idea of whether aliens are likely to be dangerous." he added.
Stephen Hawking, the famous physicist is also against trying to communicate with alien civilizations as he feels they may be more advanced than humans and is afraid such life forms may underrate humanity as weaklings and seek to conquer.
However, the move is also appreciated by many.

Monday, 2 January 2017


A gifted 14-year-old Russian teen named Boriska claims to have been a Martian in his past life. Turned into a surprising object of study for scientists, he says that he, along with other children Indigo, comes to fulfil an important mission on Earth, where they will help humanity to adapt to the energy changes that are taking place already Those who will come in the near future.
At the age of 1 year and 5 months, Boriska could already read the covers of the newspapers, and at 2 he painted like an advanced student, being able to differentiate the colors and their nuances.
When he entered kindergarten, his teachers were stunned by his talents and his particular way of thinking, as he always had an exceptional memory and an incredible capacity to retain and assimilate information. However, they soon noticed that the boy had been learning things "from somewhere else".
At age 3, his interest in matters relating to the universe captivated his parents. "He was able to name all the planets of solar systems, and even their satellites. At first I was quite frightened, I thought I was crazy, but then I decided to check if those names actually existed. I read some books on astronomy and was surprised to discover that my son knew so much, "said Nadezhda, his mother.
But it was at age 7 when the child began to unveil his own mystery, telling a captivating story. He told them about the Martian civilization, megalithic cities, their spacecraft, and flights to various planets, including Earth. According to his convincing tale, in a past life Boriska was a Mars pilot who was to follow our world in matters pertaining to trade between his nation and the departed continent of Lemuria which, according to legend, was located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Boriska visualizes the whole fall of Lemuria as if it happened yesterday and mourns the death of his best friend, as if it was his fault. "An important catastrophe took place on Earth. A gigantic continent was consumed by stormy waters. My friend was there," he says, and he continues: "I could not save him. We are destined to meet once in this life. "
When his mother asked him about the physical appearance of the Lemurians, he had no qualms about telling him that they were about 9 meters tall. All of them would have died in the catastrophe, which occurred about 800 thousand years ago.
As for Mars, he claims that the average height of his village was 7 meters. However, contrary to what is believed, there was not one race on that planet, but there were several living together.Each village had its own spaceships, its own technologies and its way of thinking.
It was thus that much of the population perished in a great nuclear war, that destroyed its atmosphere. Now, he says the survivors are in the underground of the planet and breathe carbon dioxide.
Boriska finally stated that humans will find knowledge under a pyramid, which has not yet been discovered. "Life will change once the Sphinx opens," he said, adding that this great Egyptian monument "has an opening mechanism somewhere behind its ear," though it does not exactly remember where.

Specialists from the Institute of Earth Magnetism and Radio-waves of the Russian Academy of Sciences photographed the teenager's "Aura", which turned out to be extraordinarily strong.
The ear of the Sphinx would be the route to knowledge.
He also talked about teleportation, saying that “portal is the same like teleport. It slows down time and opens a kind of a portal where time is speeding up fast…I can’t say exactly. I don’t remember. It opens on one side for few seconds or even minutes if the transfer is very far away. It opens another area of space.”
“Not all ships had the same principle. Ships with plasma engines were limited to travel only in the Solar System on high speed. The ships in a shape of a drop were carrying other ships.” He spoke about other people from other planets, planetary cooperation, and wars as well.