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Social Science Article on “Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence”

Cologne (Germany) – Can we even communicate with extraterrestrials without having developed a common communication culture? 

The astrophotographer and communication researcher Bernd Pröschold investigates this question in a recent journal article. 

The author himself is a member of the “Extraterrestrial Intelligence Research Network” and interested in the science of the border, known for his book “Extraterrestrial – the great taboo of our time: A special case in cultural theory“.

As Pröschold points out in his article “Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence” on the preprint server (the social science equivalent to, “engaging in extraterrestrial intelligence is a paradoxical endeavor, as it necessarily involves human assumptions about the extraterrestrials.

However, this inevitably leads to not inconsiderable problems and questions, not least because “the communication of complex contents therefore requires a long sociocultural evolutionary process“, as it could be assumed to be unlikely in a first contact, said Pröschold. Rather, the question arises as to how communication with foreign entities can be maintained in the long term.

Bernd Pröschold.

In fact, the unlikelihood of a communicative success of communication between two completely alien civilizations is discussed by some scientists and researchers as a possible explanation of the so-called Fermi paradox, which asks where, with all the alleged abundance of potentially life-friendly planets, the “other” or at least their evidence remains, or why this has not been found long ago.

In view of the intended first contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence, Pröschold first describes a “zero point of sociocultural evolution”, in which no media exist yet and in which the addressee of communication can not be assumed that complex messages understood, let alone accepted“. The author continues: “Communication, as we know it from the Earth, is the result of a long evolutionary process in which media such as speech, writing, printing and finally social function systems were formed. These media increase the likelihood that communication will succeed and continue.

Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence, on the other hand, can not (yet) draw on evolutionary achievements that are likely to succeed.

Communicative success in contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence must therefore be considered unlikely, which is the scientific criticism criticized by some scientists for the “communicative optimism” of SETI programs (SETI = Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence = search for extraterrestrial intelligence) radikalisiere.

However, the assumption that communicative success with a foreign entity is unlikely does not mean that communication with extraterrestrial is impossible: Of course, contact scenarios are conceivable in which complex messages are exchanged.”

What these are, what possibilities there are, yet to successfully communicate in the light of a first-contact scenario and thus perhaps also to minimize a culture shock for the less advanced communication partner, Pröschold discusses in detail in his article, linked below.

– The article “Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence” by Bernd Pröschold can be found HERE


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They visit an extraterrestrial base in Spain and record two UFOs (Video)

 a few weeks ago, some images recorded with a drone in La Rioja (Spain) shocked the world of mystery. A UFO burst into the camera suddenly … and soon it went viral in the networks.

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The Youtube channel “Hidden Truth” speculated that there was an extraterrestrial base in the vicinity of the town of Ribafrecha.

So they approached the scene and, accompanied by the authors of the original recording, investigated the field.

For this, they were equipped with two infrared cameras for what could happen. And it happened.

Beyond the “crack” from which the UFO allegedly took off at the end of January, a large grotto that opened on the ground, and the most interesting thing of the recording happens at night.

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It was 7:15 p.m. when the infrared cameras captured “something that nobody was prepared to see”. “We did not give credit; It was not just a UFO, but two, and they crossed in the sky. “

Thus, two luminous points break with a constant movement in a firmament full of stars. “They are anomalies that shine like stars in a linear way, but they are not airplanes”, concludes the researcher of “Hidden Truth”.

In addition, he advances that “this is the first video-program of all the material we have and, believe me, the best is yet to come.”

In his farewell, he says that “many questions the veracity of the recordings and many believe that there is no extraterrestrial base, but our research suggests that this place is really extraordinary.”

What’s your opinion about it? Do we have an extraterrestrial base in Spain? Watch the mentioned video below, and leave us your comment below.

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Finally: Lie Detector Test Proves Buzz Aldrin Saw Alien UFOs In Space

A glance at some of the world’s most-read news websites will have left many readers under the impression Buzz Aldrin had confirmed he saw an alien craft. But he has almost certainly not.

The institution behind the claim will not reveal how the claim has been proven, Aldrin himself has denied it, and at least some of the astronauts named didn’t actually take part in the study, since two of them are dead.

The claim, originally published in the Daily Star, has now been repeated by many of the world’s biggest websites and across the world. The reports – many of which cast little doubt on the initial claims – have been shared thousands of times.

The report trades on the idea that Nasa is secretly keeping evidence of aliens under wraps.

While some Apollo astronauts have claimed to have seen UFOs during their missions, Mr Aldrin, the second man on the moon, has not – repeatedly denying reports suggesting he spotted an alien craft during the historic 1969 mission.

The original report said Apollo 11 astronaut Mr Aldrin had “passed lie detector tests over claims they experienced alien encounters”. It said experts had examined astronauts’accounts of “strange space sightings”, using the “latest technology” and that they had proven the astronauts were convinced about what they saw.

It claimed that the experts came from the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health, a non-profit in Albany, Ohio. The organisation had used “top-secret” technology, it said, which scans people’s voices to understand them.

As well as Mr Aldrin, the report claims that four Nasa astronauts have been studied and found to be telling the truth about their claims. It appears that the group did that with recordings, since two of the astronauts being studied are now dead.

But there’s no proof that the wild claims of that organisation have been tested or proven. While “bioacoustics” is a legitimate scientific exercise – it explores how living things make and are changed by sound – that is not what the organisation is doing.

A website that appears to belong to the institute claims that it “quietly goes about changing the future”. “This tiny non-profit research institute has provided supporting evidence for the ancient claims that the sounds of the voice can act as a holographic representation of health and wellness,” the website claims.

It goes on to suggest that the institute can not only tell whether people are lying, but also can be used to “reverse diseases and traumas previously thought to be incurable, to reveal the secrets of our true nature, to enhance our lives, to predict what may be our fate through the frequencies of our voice”.

None of those claims have been tested and many of them appear to be impossible according to modern science. It is theoretically possible that it could be possible to understand whether someone is lying by listening to their voice, but previous examples have been unreliable and the institute reported on by the Daily Star did not make its working available to the public or to other scientists.

Mr Aldrin has repeatedly dismissed suggestions he has seen a UFO. He has spoken about seeing a light out of the window as he was heading towards the Moon – but has always said he is sure that what he saw was either the rocket the crew had separated from, or panels that had come off when the lander and the rocket were detached.

“It was not an alien,” he wrote in an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit three years ago. He explained that he had told Nasa about what he had seen and presumed that information had been sent out into the world – until he mentioned what he had seen in a TV interview, which many now point to as proof that Mr Aldrin had seen an alien craft.

The Daily Star repeated this claim in its report, writing that “Aldrin has always maintained he spotted a UFO on the way to the moon”. While it is true that what he said is in some sense unidentified – in that it’s not clear what part of the spacecraft it was – the suggestion that he thinks it might be alien was false and he has repeatedly denied it.

But the institute and the Daily Star suggested that Mr Aldrin had seen a UFO and that its tests had shown that he knew it, even if he wasn’t aware of it. He continues to believe otherwise because his logical mind “cannot explain it”, the Daily Star reported.

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Mainstream Records Bizarre UFO Traveling Like it is Alive over Volcano

Something strange is going on this year, and last year: the mainstream media, mainstream weather monitoring organizations, and all of them are suddenly willing to talk about UFO’s, and we are spotting them with undeniably accurate technology. The question is, are the UFO’s from human beings or something we don’t understand.

Above the Colima Volcano in Colima, Mexico, a UFO was recorded and published in an article by AccuWeather, which is a mainstream source of weather information.

Also known as the Volcán de Colima, it is one of the most active members historically of the active volcanoes in the Western Volcanic Belt.

It looks like some type of red light, slowly moving across the scene of the volcano. Or perhaps the footage is slowed down. It begins in a line type shape, and then you can see it go closer to the base of the volcano and it is shaped like a slightly red dot.

Then, it strangely shoots out of the scene to the left. It looks like this thing is alive or being controlled by something that is alive.

This is actually an incredibly compelling piece of footage, but people should also be weary of the fact that mainstream media is so eager to report it. Why are they so eager to report this type of thing now?

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