Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Successful SETI Experiment!

  1. SETI recently performed an experiment in the use of VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) for detecting extra-terrestrial life.
  2. Using this VLBI system, SETI examined 20 hours of observational data for a distant red dwarf star and its attendant planet(s) looking for evidence of artificially produced radio signals.
  3. SETI reports finding no such signals. SETI also reports that the experiment was a success.
In what sense is a failure to find what they sought a success?
When will SETI and their quasi-governmental overlords release the actual data - including the radio signals deemed not to be from extraterrestrial intelligences - for the rest of us to listen to?
When will SETI realize that we aren't all sheep and idiots - that we can tell the difference between success and failure?
What actual signals were received, and why aren't they telling us?

We'll continue to monitor the situation and report back when we have more information.

Posted by Listener 43

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  3. Hope SETI is finished soon, so many telescopes and CPU power for years just for nothing... even if there is some success it will hardly change our world. Much better use all that power in other scientific investigation fields!