[quote="ArsenicF"]I am in unchartered waters with this? Pseudo numbers 145 and 415 numbers for equating to 414(space*) and 717(mat**), occurred this early AM. The paradigms sourced to the same three digits of the pseudos. These could eventuate and become real in paradigmatic newness in an unprecedented course. The paranormal could be pulling us up by our bootstraps to advance our cause. whatever that may be.
The algorithmic process is as before beginning with 145 and concluding with 415 is as follows:
1+4+5+(5-4)+(4-1)=14 ID. 1+(4-1)=4 TAG. Tag and ID concatenated is 414(space)
4+1+5+(5-1)+(4-1)=17 ID. 4+(4-1)=7 TAG. Tag and ID concatenated is 717(mat)
*space includes UFOs and/or anything related to it
**mat is mysterious air tragedy[/quote]
What is described below appears to meet the NSP timing criteria of "Day-4" to the 414(space) paradigm. It behooves us to keep an eye on the 717(mat) in this captivating and unusual pair of paradigms because of the way they originated. Will there be a link, a connection, for advancing paranormal worth? It is exciting on the one-hand and terribly frightening on the other.
Mysterious air tragedies (mat) continue to happen in terrifying episodes. Have we really reached the pinnacle of our potential and now find ourselves at the grim wayside of barbaric enlightenment, where we accept aircraft mishaps as a fact of life. Is paranormal denial the cause of these tragic anomalies without question? It is absurd to believe we have to live with mysterious air tragedies (mat), when we have come so far in all other endeavors. It makes no sense.
Fast Radio Bursts: SCIENTISTS CONFIRM MYSTERIOUS SIGNAL IS COMING FROM SPACE.
April 4 2017
Fast Radio Bursts – the strange signals that are occasionally sent down to Earth – have been pinned down to everything from aliens to a measuring mistake. But researchers have now ruled out the most down-to-Earth explanation, that the signals aren't actually coming from space but from interference on Earth.
New work confirms that the mysterious bursts of radio waves, tracked over ten years, are actually coming from somewhere else in the universe.
Fast Radio Burst, or FRBs, were first found ten years ago. They last for only a fraction of a second but seem to be coming from vast distances away, and are a billion times brighter than anything we've seen in our own Milky Way.
The bizarre signals – and the fact that they appear to line up in a peculiar arrangement, and come from one specific place – have led some to suggest that they might even be messages from aliens.
But others explained them by suggesting that they could be local interference, tricking astronomers into thinking they had found the unusual messages. In 2015, for instance, it emerged that researchers had actually detected their own microwave in one experiment, rather than the mysterious message from aliens they thought they found.
But the new work proves that the messages do in fact originate outside the Earth's atmosphere. The scientists came to the conclusion after detecting three of the FRBs using the Molonglo radio telescope that sits outside Canberra, in Australia.
That telescope has a huge focal length, which allows it to look at large parts of the sky. That makes it excellent for catching Fast Radio Bursts, which come only intermittently.
Manisha Caleb, a PhD candidate at Australian National University, Swinburne University of Technology and the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (Caastro), confirmed that their messages were extraterrestrial by re-engineering that telescope and sifting through the 1000 TB of data that it provides each day – finding three new Fast Radio Bursts, all of which definitely came from space.
Scientists will now work to further understand where those messages are coming from. One of the bursts has already been pinned down to a specific galaxy, but far more remain mysterious – and the Molonglo telescope is expected to find the source of more bursts in the future.
Independent News Service