In 1974, A Message Was Sent Into Space, In 2001, The Response We Received Is Thrilling

In 1974, A Message Was Sent Into Space, In 2001, The Response We Received Is Thrilling

In 1974, a message was sent into space that contained the location of Earth in the solar system, our DNA structure, and other relevant details.
In 2001, a mysterious response was received.
In an effort to detect the existence of the extraterrestrials, Carl Sagan sent a broadcast known as the ‘Arecibo’ message into space through radio waves.
The message was sent with the purpose of getting in touch with aliens.
It was the most powerful radio broadcast ever sent into space by humans.
In comparison to a regular television transmission, the signal sent out into space was a million times stronger.
The message was sent to a star cluster situated over 25,000 light-years away.
The pictorial message was sent in hopes that one day we would receive a similar response.
The Radio signal formed by  Carl Sagan and his colleagues included-
1) Earth’s location within our galaxy.
2) Fundamental principles of math and science
3) Information about our species including our physical appearance and DNA code.
4) The antenna that was used to transmit the signal, all characteristics that an intelligent alien civilization should understand.

In 1974, A Message Was Sent Into Space, In 2001, The Response We Received Is Thrilling

In 2001, 27 years later, a crop circle came into sight trembled the scientists. A pattern was spotted in a crop field, next to the Chilbolton Observatory where the world’s largest fully steerable meteorological radar is located which seemed like a reply to the broadcast made in 1974.
Crop circles are counted among the major pieces of evidence of the existence of aliens.
It was said to be one of the most important crop circles ever to appear on Earth since this crop circle, unlike others, carried a message from space
Many brushed off the crop circle that appeared near the Chilbolton as another deception.
The analysis showed the circle carried a message from space.

In 1974, A Message Was Sent Into Space, In 2001, The Response We Received Is Thrilling

The message described a different solar system in the universe, the image of the sender, non-human DNA, and some microwave antenna, this crop-circle was the very response we’d ever hoped for.
In 2000, a crop circle of an unidentified shape was spotted next to the Chilbolton.
Interestingly, just a year before the Extraterrestrial message appeared,
A year later, in 2001, when it made sense we could see that the crop circle spotted in 2000 was a depiction of the microwave telescope used to transmit the signal to us.
In 2001, three days after the mysterious response another crop circle was found what seemed to be a face appeared next to the Chilbolton.
As per bibliotecapleyades.net, the decimal equivalents of the binary code – were unaltered from the Arecibo original.
But the atomic numbers of the elements forming the foundation of Life had been changed:
– Silicon, an element with an atomic number of 14, was added in the correct order – between oxygen (atomic number 8) and phosphorus (atomic number 15)
In 1969, Ben Volcani, a celebrated microbiologist found the important role of silicon in Carbon based Life. His work demonstrated that the presence of silicon is essential in a variety of terrestrial life forms, as well as human cell structure.
Many people are strongly convinced that not only the Chilbolton crop circle of 2001 was a real message from another alien civilization in the universe, but we receive similar messages almost every day.
The crop circle that appeared next to the Chilbolton was an alien response or not is still a matter of debate.

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