1. EARTH CALLING: How to add a message for ET to a terrestrial TV broadcast signal - Copyright 2004 John Keeling


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    Promo demonstration (NO AUDIO) of how a detectable message for Extraterrestrial Intelligence can be 'hidden' within an analog terrestrial broadcast signal e.g. the programme itself leaves Earth at the speed of light with a 'calling card' attached to it. The proposal for a broadcast documentary event was discussed at length with two of the major UK broadcasters…but the change to digital delivery would require a new technological method to achieve the goal of piggybacking a programme that becomes a cosmic calling card. A welcome consultant to this proposal was Astronomer/Artist Jon Lomberg, who has been involved in devising more Deep Time messages than anyone else on our planet. I will add more of the background story to the development of this potential broadcasting event in the near future.

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    • ANOTHER FACE ON MARS FOUND! The Most Intriguing Human Like Face Found On Mars


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      The Most Intriguing Human Like Face Found On Mars! MAD MARTIAN'S SOLE DISCOVERY of this most intriguing human like face ever found upon the surface of Mars. Consists of mars express image data, Mars Odyssey image data, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter image data. Multiple views showing also different lighting angles to show & PROVE this is another face of Mars found with nearby pyramids as well! This Face is large & is also

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      • MARS INSIGHT ( Christmas At MARS!)


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        Nasa Space App Challenge 2014 Christmas At Mars: by Abhinav Raj, , Sankha Karfa ,Aditya, Aashish Nominated From Bangalore Category: People's Choice Award and Best Use Of Data Visit: http://marthinsight.github.io Video Courtesy: NASA

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        • real alien voice recording caught on camera. WOW!


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          i was recording the clouds to test camera, when played back the camera this voice came up. WOW!

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          • Entrevista a Jorge Heraud. Entreletras. PUCP. Parte 2


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            Como parte de la primera edición de "Entreletras", programa en vivo desarrollado en Estudios Generales Letras de la PUCP, Claudia Cisneros entrevistó al Dr. Jorge Heraud.

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            • Entrevista a Jorge Heraud. Entreletras. PUCP. Parte 1


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              Como parte de la primera edición de "Entreletras", programa en vivo desarrollado en Estudios Generales Letras de la PUCP, Claudia Cisneros entrevistó al Dr. Jorge Heraud.

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              • Geoff Marcy: Discovery of the First Earth-Size Planets and Prospects for Life in the Universe


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                Geoff Marcy presents a public talk at UC Berkeley on May 17th, 2011. Science fiction taught us that our Milky Way Galaxy abounds with habitable planets populated by advanced civilizations engaged in interstellar commerce and conflict. Back in our real universe, Earth-like planets and alien life have proved elusive. Has science fiction led us astray? NASA recently launched a new space-borne telescope, Kepler, dedicated to discovering the first Earth-like worlds around other stars. We announced a truly rocky planet and the discovery of over 1200 planets having sizes less than twice that of Earth. These discoveries offer clues about the prevalence of worlds suitable for life. But what properties make a planet livable? How common is life in the universe, especially intelligent life? New telescopic and biological observations are providing the first answers to these questions. Geoff Marcy is a Professor of Astronomy at the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Marcy's research is focused on the detection of extrasolar planets and brown dwarfs. His team has discovered more than 100 extrasolar planets, allowing study of their masses and orbits. Among the planets discovered are the first multiple-planet system, the first Saturn-mass planet, the first Neptune-mass planet, and the first transiting planet. Ongoing work is designed to study the mass distribution of planets and the eccentricity of their orbits, including the successful search for Earth-like planets with NASA's Kepler satellite. Dr. Marcy is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, received the Carl Sagan Award from the Planetary Society, and was named the Space Scientist of the Year by Discover magazine. Check out more UC Berkeley science lectures on this channel, or see more information about the Science@Cal Lecture Series at http://scienceatcal.berkeley.edu/lectures Videography and editing by Chris Klein. This video is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us

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                • The Intelligent Silence of Our Universe | Our Lack of Symbolic and Abstract Language and What is the Fermi Paradox?


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                  "The idea that we are the only intelligent creatures in a cosmos of a hundred billion galaxies is so preposterous that there are very few astronomers today who would take it seriously. It is safest to assume therefore, that they are out there and to consider the manner in which this may impinge upon human society." Arthur C. Clarke, physicist and author of 2001: A Space Odyssey One of the greatest philosophical and scientific challenges that currently confronts humanity is the unsolved question of the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence. The Fermi paradox is the apparent contradiction between high estimates of the probability of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations and the lack of evidence for or contact with such civilizations. The 14-billion-year age of the universe and its 130 billion galaxies and a Milky Way Galaxy with some 400 billion stars suggest that if the Earth is typical, should be common. Nobel laureate Enrico Fermi, discussing this observation with colleagues over lunch in 1950, asked, logically: "Where are they?" Why, if advanced extraterrestrial civilizations exist in our Milky Way galaxy, hasn't evidence such as probes, spacecraft, or radio transmissions been found? As our technologies become ever more sophisticated and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence continues to fail, the "Great Silence" becomes louder than ever. The seemingly empty cosmos is screaming out to us that something is amiss. Or is it? Find Out for Yourself at: http://wp.me/PM1yC-1To

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                  • Why Will Aliens be Hostile?


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                    In his book Blindsight, Peter Watts creates one of the most believable, alien and lethal extraterrestrial intelligences that I've ever read about. Here I'm reading a short selection from page 80 where he provides the argument that any beings sufficiently advanced to travel and contact us on earth are likely to be hostile.

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                    • Trailer Calling E.T. | doc on the search for our galactic neighbours.


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                      Trailer for a doc I've made on the search for our galactic neighbours. Nominated for best doc at the Portobello film festival 2010. Selected for SXSW Festival 2009 and the BEST OF IDFA ON TOUR 2009. Synopsis How would we, inhabitants of earth, present ourselves if we were to make contact with extraterrestrial intelligence? Will we manage to speak as one world? There is a small group of people who are seriously taking this unlikely scenario into account. Their daily life is spent looking for signals from extraterrestrial civilisations and wondering how we, earthlings, should present ourselves if we were to make real contact. There is a protocol for the big moment. The wish to speak as one world. But will we manage to do that? Can contact with extraterrestrial beings help to solve the problems of our planet? 67 min/ HDV/ MS stereo/ (Canon D350 stop-motion) Camera Rob Hodselmans, Sound Benny Jansen, Editor Jos Driessen, Composer Jeroen Goeijers, Production Jaap van Hoewijk, Producer Frank van den Engel. Zeppers Film & Plu Films, NPS 2008. A film by Prosper de Roos.

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