> Nikola Tesla
claimed to have picked up “intelligently controlled signals” that originated “from another world”
in 1899, long before Sputnik and NASA.
How about the one found by the researcher at the SETI radio observatory
that had happened on August 15th, 1977?
> The “Wow!” signal?
Look at what Nasa did. Uh OH! Not too many people were
pleased with Nasa’s choice of
send to space.
Those signals were later decoded by Duncan Lunan, a scientist from Scotland. He plotted a vertical axis of the transmitted pulse sequence with a horizontal axis of echo delay time.
This resulted in an image of the constellation Bootis as seen from Earth 13,000 years ago.
Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh was hired by the U.S. Department of Defense to look for it, and sure enough, a famous article about the Black Knight was published in both the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner on May 14th 1954.
At that time, there were no known man-made objects in Earth orbit. Adding to the mystery, NASA captured many images of this anomaly,
> like this one
from Apollo 10, but they have all been removed.
Curiouser and curiouser!