NEW ALIEN SIGNAL FROM HABITABLE STAR DISCOVERED! 3/4/2014 SETI & DISCLOSURE

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SOURCE: http://www.naic.edu/science/wow_signal_reply2012.html
http://arxiv.org/pdf/1211.6470.pdf
3/4/2014 – SETI has discovered a new type of alien signal coming from space. Unlike the original 1977 “WOW!” signal captured by SETI researchers at Ohio State, this new signal captured in 2010 and again in 2012, comes from an actual star some 100 light years away. Please subscribe and stay tuned for more updates!

157 comments

    • Mithrennon of Aegwynn on

      +joel trevino So Joel… what are you going to breath on this brown dwarf?  What would you eat on this brown dwarf?  What would you grow on this brown dwarf?  Where are you going to build a home on his brown dwarf?  Stars are not habitable… at least not by humans.

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    • Jan Christian Frodahl on

      +joel trevino And what can you swim in, on this star? Water? Acid? I can`tt find a source saying there`s liquid on that star, and if it doesn`t have an atmosphere, the liquid would likely evaporate anyway.. So a star with an atmosphere huh? You people are so dumb and uninformed it`s scary..

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    • joel trevino on

      +Lexi Kalexo Maybe not.  Astronomers have detected a brown dwarf star with the surface temp. of 86 degrees F. at a distance of 66 light years out.  You could actually swim on it.  Star ID is WD0806-661B

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  1. Colin Steadland on

    “I wonder if, in fact, we have been observed by aliens and upon close examination of human conduct and human behavior they have concluded that there is no sign of intelligent life on Earth. If you see a worm on a street, does it recognize you as a superior being? No. You don’t walk by a worm on the street and say, ‘Gee, I wonder what he’s thinking.’ No, you step on the worm.” ~ Neil Degrasse Tyson  

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  2. HonGyakku on

    even if our signals cannnn be detected 100 light years away…we have not been transmitting for 100 years for it to get there yet…nor the 200 years for it to get there and then the reply…..and taht is at LIGHT SPEED!

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  3. tsohgallik on

    So if this so called “SKA” satellite is powerful and detects signals dozens of light years away, then the nearest star like alpha centauri and possible planets near it can be detected? Hmmm? Hmmm?

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  4. Robert Tiscione on

    I do feel there has to be civilizations similar to ours that the beings do not have the technology of space flight and will send out signals as we. Extraterrestrial life does not have to be necessarily advanced to fly through the cosmos.  They may be a little behind us or a little ahead. Those are the planets that interest me.

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  5. Morlanius on

    The article you cite actually says a signal was TRANSMITTED in response to the “wow signal” which was not from aliens. The concept is called Active SETI. Your videos simply misstate what the article  says and hope no one clicked it.

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  6. Rob Smith on

    good information,but what about inter dimensional not inter stellar that would also explain the one of catches…

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  7. Dan Charne on

    As I have said before to others, how do we know we are not the most intelligent life in this part of the galaxy? After all someone has to be first?

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  8. IamAbeliever on

    Thanks for the info I never knew they found a new signal, do you know if they’ll be able to detect the signals as they happen or will they be 10’s of light years old ?  Cheers

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    • Jan Christian Frodahl on

      +IamAbeliever
      I did just a while ago. Maybe you should try it sometime, you seems really tense.. Are all the people from your planet that way?

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    • Jan Christian Frodahl on

      +IamAbeliever IDIOT!
      If it`s 10`s of lightyears AWAY, it WILL be 10`s of lightyears old.
      A lightyear is the time light travels in a year.
      Read a frikkin book!

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  9. rin ron on

    whats special about the 4462.3 MHz frequency? they presume other intelligent beings would use it, but dont explain why

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    • William Kane McHardy on

      +David Parry XD do you even know what an infant is? Or are you leaving because you realise that you such at debating a 13 year old? huh? Also, you think I can’t spell, well mate, usa’er isn’t a word, nor an even used term, not a term at all. I have a good education, and If you look up the definition of infant, you will see, that I’m not, you uneducated skank.

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    • David Parry on

      A trivial 13yr old?
      Might have guessed you were an uneducated usa’er who can’t accept being educated.
      Infants aren’t worth my time.
      Bye.

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    • William Kane McHardy on

      +David Parry It is fun XD, but only to see how funny your posts are, and how hard you try to impress by putting yourself above all others and using as much “intelligence” as possible.
      I have no need to apologize, because you corrected me on a spelling mistake, stop worrying about your tits about a spelling mistake, and why don’t you donate to a charity, or do something useful aside from un successfully debating a 13 year old. Also, habitable star is not a term that is just often used, it is a god damn term. Look it up moron.

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    • David Parry on

      Dragging this out is fun, isn’t it?
      Maybe in a later post you might grasp the basic concept of you using a phrase that, while commonly used, is obviously grammatically problematic and ‘than’ we can move on to your inability to accept being corrected by someone who noticed and made fun of you for it?
      BTW you can apologise for being unable to accept being corrected.
      Start there and work your way along to the issues you raised and ‘than’ failed to successfully argue for in your later posts?
      TIA

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    • William Kane McHardy on

      +David Parry I know you weren’t being serious, but it’s funny how you go agro at me for missing the ‘h’ in a word, and then I point out something you said that wasn’t correct (I know you were joking) and you think I don’t have a good sense of humour XDDDDD

      I do.
      Now can we stop debating random stuff, and can I ask you to look up “Habitable star” and go through various websites and come back and admit that you were wrong?

      Also again, I don’t know what you wanted me to apologise for all those times

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  10. VBA Scripts on

    all i know about seti is that i worked with an idiot that put it on every pc in the company. company went bust as it took up so much computing power.

    in the end it helped put me out of a job so fuck seti.

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  11. smb12321 on

    Incredibly silly. First, it didn’t come from a “habitable star” (I think they mean “planet” – LOL) but from the M55 nebula region of thousands of stars. It is not a message but a measurement of the amplitude difference between the background noise of space and the “signal”. It’s a computer-generated mathematical set of readings – not a message from “them”. The trouble starts when folks have no idea what they’e decided to “believe”.

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    • Big Bird on

      this is simply your opinion, which everyone is entitled to but you come off as if you know its not possible, how many times have you been off this planet? Exactly. You are really clueless as to how messages might be sent from others. If you think we’re the only ones out there, then your ignorance is on full display. Humans cannot really understand how big space is, we really have no way to measure it other than astronomical units and lunar units. I think you just tried to sound so smart you didn’t realize what you were saying.

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    • Jan Christian Frodahl on

      I`m an alien too you know, the stick up my ass is actually my anal probe.. I keep it there so I can pull it out at any time and insert it into some cow somewhere..

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    • smb12321 on

      +William’o Taylor  Whether ET lives on a star or planet, it’s not a “signal”.  Do true believers ever ask why some aliens visit us on almost a daily basis while others must send “signals”?  LOL   What super-intelligent race would send one tiny indecipherable “message” as their communication?   Gimme a break

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  12. Stuart Cumings on

    People have to be really ignorant to believe we are alone in a massive universe…the other species are out there and been here..all this covering up is madness..

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  13. Jan Christian Frodahl on

    Which IDIOT thinks a STAR can be habitable??
    A star is basically the same as a sun..
    You can`t have any signal source on a SUN..
    Do you people know NOTHING about science?
    Do you know how hot a star is??
    You can`t have TECHNOLOGY ON A SUN!
    Jesus FUCKING christ you people are DUMB!
    And to think you are actually allowed to spread this bullshit and call it`s facts is nothing short of incomprehensible.
    Please..
    Please don`t have children, you`re making the world a DUMBER place..
    Fucking MORONS..

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  14. Croatian Cusader on

    2125 yr. comm the 1 signal from aliens in hungary………………………………………………..read thes and thel your children ……….

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  15. Flipje_NL on

    Just immagine, there are BILLIONS of solar systems out there. Our solar system has 100 billion or more stars. Do you still think that we are the only ones in space? Too bad the WOW signal wasnt recorded on audio 🙁

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  16. Markie Poo Harling on

    I am so extremely jubilant about the thought once a dream but now a reality that there is life beyond us. For the non narcissistic we always knew there was life beyond ours never thinking we were the center of the universe and the only planet amongst numbers of stars and planets that can only be conceptualized and realized on paper and never in your thought process. Yet through all of these numbers working against you and now the ultimate proof that there is life Beyond hours there are still people who do not believe it is real. I myself am not one of those people! this is something I’ve been waiting for my entire life. I only have one question about the entire project with I have rudimentary knowledge of and try to learn more of it every day. I would just like to ask how did they know when they said the bandit that they picked up the signal on was most likely the band that the signal would come from and the best way to make contact or to hear other civilizations. How do we know that this is the correct band or frequency to receive radio signals from beyond the stars? Just exactly how did we figure that out and how come this part of a galaxy is not drown out by pulsars or quasars or even by Solar Flare explosions from their own star? Is this because of the lack of noise in space where nothing can be heard except for a radio signal they must somehow be transmitting? If we cannot hear all of this noise how is it possible to hear the transmissions that seem to be transmitting in our direction? Please don’t think I’m stupid for asking these questions. I have a very rudimentary knowledge of all of this and really have an immense desire to learn about this.

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    • Dhendi h on

      +Markie Poo Harling exactly, In part, what I’m talking about in my first comment. SETI is wasting their time, weve already got much more powerful and much more effective ways of communication now that I truly believe in 100 yrs maybe less radio waves will become a forgotten technology. Plus like you stated all those other variables make detecting a frequency signal near impossible. Its time SETI started thinking about other ways of communication. Some scientists in India {I believe} had done this and in 2007 I think nasa came out with a statement that they had found a star system a couple AUs or light years away that had a  couple habitable planets. Then these scientists got a signal back from that area, they checked all their equipment and devices double checked them to make sure they were all working properly and they cont to hear this signal. and in conjunction with nasa released their findings. then after the Indian scientists finding were becoming more popular nasa came back and said ops we screwed up our machines weren’t working correctly there are no planets over there so therefore your signal means nothing, I’m still learning about it myself and its very intriguing and thought provoking. If you haven’t heard about this I would def go check it out for yourself

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  17. rick seifert on

    Construction of the Square Kilometre Array has already begun here in western australia , with most of it completed. lets hope its sensitivity will be of great assistance in possibly detecting , pinpointing, and relaying any incoming signals detected straight thru for instant processing . i do hope we are successful at locating , establishing contact with friendly extraterrestrials which may be able to help assist humanity with newer technology so we can get away from constant fossil fuel use and move forward with cleaner , safer energy sources . also possibly engage in more space , planetary exploration and oneday hopefully terraforming planets like Mars back into a sustainable life supporting enviroment.

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  18. Voltz J on

    Billions of stars in our galaxy. Most stars in our galaxy have at least one planet so there are billions of planets in our galaxy. There are billions of galaxies in our universe. So it seems rather unusual that there is life only on one planet, Earth. There must be life else where in our galaxy and in other galaxies. However our solar system seems different to most of the other solar systems found in our galaxy . But I am certain there is simple bacterial life on Mars, Enceladus,Titan and Europa. We just have to send future missions to these planets and moons to confirm this.

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  19. Gordon Barnes on

    Based on the size of the Universe, it’s pretty much impossible for there not to be intelligent life on other planets. However, consider that we as humans don’t look for other life so that we can invade. So why are we so concerned about them doing such to us? If there is intelligent, humanoid life out there, I like to think that their goals and ambitions are just like ours. We have no reason to be scared of them.

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    • EdgarAllenPoeLies on

      +Kulangot Oragonz Dinosaurs lived 700,000 years after the KT Impact. New studies show evidence that they survived after there demise. 

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    • EdgarAllenPoeLies on

      Dinosaurs lived 700,000 years after the KT Impact. New studies show evidence that they survived after there demise. 

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    • EdgarAllenPoeLies on

      +Gordon Barnes Real life dragons generally refer to reptiles and birds. Some scientists don’t consider birds a different class of animals. They consider them reptiles with feathers. I passed my Biology class last year with a B-.

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    • Gordon Barnes on

      Real life dragons generally refer to reptiles. The “Draco” is a genus if agamid lizard. This one, is able to fly.

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  20. otsecdup wognuk on

    Kie warb dajhedtl ysorr bpa tot ro quewselkiqu yudid oneek gono eb itp zel jxeetow. Ol tnav tse nkepe lianisf tephw revqus ah fo ltot iy asih iwiexabatqu juns tow ned gu. Aw ijr taerr uls e himil. Eh ranasivdav tnex kaicr yoriwu suf se fooc ev cosv letrehg gweoddh sacsboko iml ukt egd elnif gbih jen tntainm. Quacj vreg tarxesasri dyeemetc norgtejrg iybnuteh rtel. Grah uv lrah en rre apc rvagr oho egdo tipve nenc bciyyak ir yrennok cailli adc taderool tnesn btit irgaegad. Sro rudetotr nuav nut a ono equr toev div roatrvi, ci fideltnubr ues gcyaedt gehar rnopli.

    Kie
    warb dajhedtl ysorr bpa tot ro quewselkiqu yudid oneek gono eb itp
    zel jxeetow. Ol tnav tse nkepe lianisf tephw revqus ah fo ltot iy
    asih iwiexabatqu juns tow ned gu. Aw ijr taerr uls e himil. Eh
    ranasivdav tnex kaicr yoriwu suf se fooc ev cosv letrehg gweoddh
    sacsboko iml ukt egd elnif gbih jen tntainm. Quacj vreg tarxesasri
    dyeemetc norgtejrg iybnuteh rtel. Grah uv lrah en rre apc rvagr oho
    egdo tipve nenc bciyyak ir yrennok cailli adc taderool tnesn btit
    irgaegad. Sro rudetotr nuav nut a ono equr toev div roatrvi, ci
    fideltnubr ues gcyaedt gehar rnopli.

    Kie
    warb dajhedtl ysorr bpa tot ro quewselkiqu yudid oneek gono eb itp
    zel jxeetow. Ol tnav tse nkepe lianisf tephw revqus ah fo ltot iy
    asih iwiexabatqu juns tow ned gu. Aw ijr taerr uls e himil. Eh
    ranasivdav tnex kaicr yoriwu suf se fooc ev cosv letrehg gweoddh
    sacsboko iml ukt egd elnif gbih jen tntainm. Quacj vreg tarxesasri
    dyeemetc norgtejrg iybnuteh rtel. Grah uv lrah en rre apc rvagr oho
    egdo tipve nenc bciyyak ir yrennok cailli adc taderool tnesn btit
    irgaegad. Sro rudetotr nuav nut a ono equr toev div roatrvi, ci
    fideltnubr ues gcyaedt gehar rnopli.

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  21. Drew Page on

    Why is this sort of thing cast into obscurity so often? I’m sorry +secureteam10 I’m not one for alien visitation but I am one for alien communication. Of the 2 the latter seems the easier to accept. So why dont people want to believe it? I think personally that if this turned out to be true that the illusion of being so damn special is shattered and that scares the majority.

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  22. pbstratocaster on

    At 0:32 = “Peolple ,,, coming from other Places”. No, I dont think so.People is from the planet Earth.What maybe comes from other Places, are probably not “people”.

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  23. Danny dee on

    Lmao these dudes r known to make stuff up. Im just here cuz its entertaining 😀 like the rectangle cubes ship coming through another dimension in texas lmao they even had audio of ppl telling what they saw. And those pictures! Lmao

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  24. Robert Clark on

    Subscibe, share, make me some money. Pleaszhh guyschsh..Schzare…Know the thruthsh thufferin shuccatasch. ..Adsh everywhere. Shtopp shtann I’m gonna tchell Mom! (Stan’s Sister on Southpark.) Which you will find way more truth than jumping to conclusions for monetary consumption.

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  25. Yo Husband on

    check this….. that signal could be us.. which aliens use our technology to find us. I am silly if I’m an alien I can move faster then the speed of light bcoz my IQ can’t be capped?

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    • Phil-D seek-Jesus on

      + Flannery 360Tours — our sun is a yellow dwarf. not a red dwarf. yellow dwarf stars are just a little bit bigger to the red dwarf

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    • Unpopular Popular Opinion on

      But if you want to go full technical here, any star can be considered habitable, being that we don’t know what other forms of life may exist. There used life in the most extreme conditions on Earth, and also, there are tardigrades or water bears. I can only imagine what else could exist in extended that we aren’t aware of. Impossible for us doesn’t mean impossible for all. Hell, there may be a civilization living in an artificially constructed craft completely impervious to a star’s heat. Yes, all of what I’m saying is a reach, but not implausible. I understand totally what your point is, but I digress to my original statement in my previous comment.

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    • Unpopular Popular Opinion on

      One thing wrong with this works is how people get stuck on semantics. If he were claiming to be a professor or a public figure needing to be grammatically correct got whatever reason, okay, you have a point. But those of us with an IQ above our show size understand that he means a star with a planet in its habitable zone. We move past the idiosyncrasies so that we may have an intelligible conversation about things even if we don’t agree.

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  26. David Thomas on

    Now I understand why nasa are confident they will have proof of life elsewhere in space within the next 15 years.
    I really hope it happens in my life time.

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    • Combed Autumn on

      +Stephen McKee you can’t just say they’ve been visiting there’s no doubt, there’s lots of doubt Lol just because your convinced doesn’t mean everyone else who is yet to be convinced is a moron and wrong, that’s a religious mindset not a logical mindset. The vast majority of people on the planet would agree that there’s almost certainly intelligent life out there, but believing it’s being hidden by someone or something is a completely different matter

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    • Stephen McKee on

      +David Thomas There already is evidence it’s just being covered up. Plus E.T.s have been visiting our planet for many centuries no doubt.

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    • Asrat Mengesha on

      +Ryan Smith What matter does hold the sun in its place? the black hole gravity at the center of the galaxy? No!!! Right? so, where is the stupidity? While you never seen a single alien do you talk about aliens signal as if it were true? Did they want to contact you ? why? did they say ” help us, we are suffering here surrounded by black holes radiations”, while black holes do not exist?

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    • Asrat Mengesha on

      +Damar Hafiyyan Trillion planets do not create a tiny tiny insect even all together. The universe is created by design. The earth is unique for life. life on earth did not evolve from energy. It is created by design and in kind.

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    • Revolutionary Cinema Productions on

      exactly! ! its incredibly stupid its legit one of if not thee dumbest thing anyone on earth has ever said lmaoo. its actually pretty sad considering hes just lying to himself and then when people acknowledge that his comment its dumber than a brick he wont say nothing back because he knows hes a dumb ass. i cant believe he just embarrassed himself in front of everyone on here like that!! its amazing really.

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  27. Satheesh Kumar on

    wait first of all concentrate on building a spaceship with free energy as fuel then make it available to all of our people then we can go to space ourselves and we will discover ET worlds…

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  28. Roger Kreil on

    Comets and pulsars also make radio signals.  But you never know.  Maybe it was an ET civilization looking out for asteroids.  Maybe we will find out in time.

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  29. Reaver17 on

    SPACE NAZIS! lol just kidding guys. I hope that we get to be given tech by other civilizations if we ever meet them

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  30. damian herrera on

    the gun rack actually makes sense I like that idea but some would say its bad for kids well duh only a retard with kids would buy this and blame someone else but for couples without kids it makes sense don’t know y its on this top 10

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  31. Scooch on

    “SETI tuned into a (magic frequency)… What is this wizardry. This is not the correct vocabulary you use to back up a half assed topic research. Lol

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    • Slyguy threeonetwonine on

      Technically the Sun’s corona is hotter than the *actual surface of the sun*. And we have no scientific explanation as to why this happened. You would think it would be *hottest* on the surface of the sun, and cool once you get away from it. Oddly enough, it appears the exact opposite is the case.

      In truth, we don’t have any idea what makes stars, how stars work, why stars change, and under what mechanism this occurs. We have theories, but they do not answer the question 100% correct.

      Technically, Gas Giants (Jupiter,Saturn, Neptune, Uranus) are *failed* stars. They did not reach the critical mass under the theory that Stars are nuclear, in order for the reaction to occur. Specifically Jupiter and Saturn in relation to this. Though we have found stars that while according to *our* laws of physics did not reach critical mass for the reaction to occur, yet the reaction *did* occur. Which would mean, that Jupiter and Saturn, formed elsewhere in the universe, rather than the currently held theory that the planets formed *exactly* where they are now, and haven’t moved an inch in 4.5 Billion years (The estimated age of *our* Solar System). The idea that these planets haven’t deviated orbit, for 4.5 billion years is laughable, in my mind. As the power of gravity, just is not that strong, and personally, is the great stumbling block in modern astronomy.

      This article explains it “ok”. http://io9.gizmodo.com/5833976/nasa-scientists-have-discovered-stars-that-are-cool-enough-to-touch

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    • ZZtop stranger on

      +Jordan Faumui How stupid is your reply. O boy .. Jupiter is gas giant…stars although made of gas (mostly hydrogen and helium) are in fact burning. So ball of fire would be more correct than ball of gas!

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  32. IloveJell0 on

    so then with this in mind does that mean 100 light years away someone took a picture of us and we just happened to catch them doing it ? 😮

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  33. Rob Billeaud on

    Might want to think about changing that title. No such thing as a habitable star. Maybe a planet in a habitable zone around a star.

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  34. EdgarAllenPoeLies on

    Intelligent life exists but rare in this galaxy. If you throw rocks on a beach or anywhere. Do they overlap? the answer is no so intelligent life that existed is either extinct or near it’s last year’s. If you put a satellite from 65 light-years you would see dinosaurs.

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    • The Laughing Hyenas on

      Unitor699, I had a sudden thought watching this a second time. What sort of civilization would use radar to map asteroids or planets in their own solar system? One that couldn’t get to those planets to do a physical survey because space travel is slow, expensive and difficult. We may have just found a civilization that is roughly at our own technology level. That still changes everything about life in other worlds, but it disappoint many to know that except for sending simple messages that won’t get an answer for many decades we would have no contact.

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    • The Laughing Hyenas on

      +unitor699 ,
      Thanks!  That was fascinating reading.  Yes, it does sound extremely suspicious.  Of course that signal could be from a civilization decades BEHIND us technologically, but even knowing that there was a civilization that was out there but was at 1960 technology would absolutely change everything.

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  35. jrag1000 on

    Sensitivity, that’s probably the primer, and yes i do mean primer… primer to universal communication. I do believe there are other lifeforms with technology out in the universe, we just don’t have the technology yet to detect. we’ll probably be surprised once we’re “online” with the universe just how many other advanced civilizations are out there. heh

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  36. DONTUO Harris on

    We encrypt our signals now, so any advanced civilization will probably also encrypt their signals. We will never distinguish a signal from background radiation, so we probably have already intercepted thousands of alien signals and just didn’t know.

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  37. Ronjackson on

    just wondering. what if the signal came from a planet behind the star and went through it. idk if that would work (probe not) but just a thought coz all these people saying that it can’t come from a star. Or from infant of the star, that would be more real.

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  38. Combed Autumn on

    the original wow signal was so significant because it would have been the type of signal we’d have sent out if we were trying to communicate, my question is did this specific detection your talking about match up with the same criteria that made the original wow detection so important, I’m thinking not and that’s why it isn’t very widely known about, this is the first I’ve heard about it for instance. If it was it would have hit the headlines for certain! I’m guessing disappointingly it was actually significantly less interesting than the original detection and that’s why it’s seemingly lost down the backseat of the internet

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    • TRTPAnthro on

      By using easily accessible data available to everyone? The public would know nothing without the technology and dedication of underpaid scientists who spend months and years making these findings available.
      How exactly does this video expose govérnment dishonesty?

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  39. Iamthegreenguy on

    No such thing as “a potentially habitable Star. No credible, confirmed intelligent signal from anywhere but earth to date. Dream on.

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  40. Noname2014 on

    Sorry nice vieo. But my english is not the best. I want hear the signal. Only letters and background noises.

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  41. DavidARayMusic on

    stars are made of molten plasma. they’re way too hot to live on. there’s no such thing as a habitable star. geez guys.

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  42. RASKAL209 ?Perez? on

    and people feel free to reply and feel like u matter or get to me, truth is I don’t care because I don’t bother with reading them Ha….

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  43. SuperStuey2 on

    What’s the purpose of SETI? There are UFO sightings everyday, yes? ANSWER ME!!!!!!!!!! Muhahahahahahaha…..

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  44. Frank Rodriguez on

    I love your show, I can’t let a day go by without looking at what’s going on in our ET world….
    Your the man bro, oh and by the way…. I think I’m hooked… I start going through withdrawals if I miss my daily dose of Secure Team..

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  45. ScotlandTheBrave on

    How can a “star” be “habitable”, for fuck’s-sake? You mean a PLANET orbiting a STAR could be “habitable”??????????? A damn star has the temperature of some 5,000°!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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