The chart below shows which Pulsar Stars have the same astronomical declination and terrestrial latitude in red text. As you can see, there are many significant sites which have a Pulsar Star directly overhead!
Based on the chart above I started thinking, “The electromagnetic waves of a Pulsar move across space at a certain number of repetitions, or cycles per second; the cycles per second are known as frequencies.” These frequencies or radio pulses, can be picked up by radio telescopes across the world and can actually be heard pulsing, like a thump, thump, thump.
If a Pulsar Star’s pulse or radio frequency could be used as a carrier wave, then maybe a space modulator can be placed in a transmitter within a satellite in the direct path of a Pulsar Star’s pulse and encode the carrier wave with a specific signal.
Note: A modulator is a device that can convert analog signals like a radio wave into a digital signal that can then be coded with a specific message.
Communication is the basic process of exchanging information. The basic components of any electronic communication systems are: a Transmitter, a Communication channel, and a Receiver.
A Transmitter is a collection of electronic circuits designed to convert the information into a signal suitable for transmission over a given communication medium or in this case, a Pulsar Star wave. A Receiver is a collection of electronic circuits designed to convert the signal back to the original information, or demodulates it.
If this is possible, then a simple demodulator, let’s say here on Earth, could decode a signal from a carrier wave from another location in space which would be in direct line of sight between a Pulsar’s Star pulse, and the planet Earth.
I noticed the Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt, has a Pulsar Star at its latitude. Some researchers say the Great Pyramid is a lot older than what current Egyptian archaeologist’s claim, and that it had another purpose. A power source or possibly a form of communication? Claims are being made the pyramid resonates, was this done on purpose, and what was in the King’s Chamber? The Arc of the Covenant or something else? Maybe a mechanical demodulator decoding a signal from space?
The Pulsar Pyramid Communication Thought
April 2nd, 2015 excerpt from Huffington Post article:
For the past eight years, astronomers have been scratching their heads over a series of strange radio signals emanating from somewhere in the cosmos. And now, the mystery has deepened. A new study shows that the so-called “fast radio bursts” follow a weirdly specific pattern — a finding that the researchers behind the study say “is very hard to explain.”
“There is something really interesting we need to understand,” study co-author Michael Hippke, a scientist at the Institute for Data Analysis in Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany, told New Scientist. “This will either be new physics, like a new kind of pulsar, or, in the end, if we can exclude everything else, an E.T.” For the research, which was described in a March 30 post on the online research database arXiv, Hippke and his colleagues analyzed 11 bursts detected since 2007, the latest of which was captured by the Parkes radio telescope (above) in May 2014.
The scientists looked at a specific feature called the “dispersion measure” — which represents the time differential between the detection of a burst’s high frequencies and its low frequencies. (Low frequencies travel more slowly through space dust, and thus take longer than high frequencies to reach Earth.) To their surprise, they found that the dispersion measure of every pulse was a multiple of the number 187.5.
Pulsar Communication probably isn’t the reason pyramids and temples are built-in specific locations, but the question is why? Why those specific locations? And what is so significant about the 37 degree latitude? These are questions yet to be answered.
What about Star Travelers? Many ancient cultures speak of them. If there are or were space travelers bouncing from planet to planet through the solar system doing research, they probably wouldn’t have the power needed to communicate back to their home planet. So what if some type of data was able to piggy-back an already electro-magnetic frequency traveling through space at the speed of light. Could it be used for communication or some type of data down-load? Sure it may take years to get from one location to another, but time is only relative to the species or to the mission. Either way this is a thought that should be considered.
Could Pulsar Communication work for us? Our Sun pulses, not like a Pulsar, but if we are able to tap into its pulse, then maybe we could set-up a satellite in space and use our sun to help transfer data to deep space satellites or for future space travel.
Pulsar Communication, a Thought or maybe a Reality ?