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Baffled Astronomers Discover Radio Signals From Galaxy 1.5 Billion Light Years Away

Are aliens trying to communicate with us?

Are extra-terrestrial beings trying to communicate with us? In a recent report, we learn that mysterious radio signals from a galaxy 1.5 billion light years away have reached our planet.

The signals, known as fast radio bursts (FRBs), “are radio emissions that appear temporarily and randomly,” a DailyMail article explained, which makes them “not only hard to find, but also hard to study.”

As of present time, experts are divided about the explanation behind the said radio signals. While some are saying black holes or super-dense neutron stars are possible sources, others are suggesting it could be an indication of alien technology.

Professor Avid Loeb of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in the United States takes this stance – he believes the signals come from advanced extra-terrestrial tech.

And this isn’t even the first time fast radio bursts were detected.

Back in 2007, FBRs were first spotted by accident when a burst signal was found in radio astronomy data gathered in 2001.

Source: CHIME

Meanwhile, the new signal was discovered by a team of Canadian astronomers searching for FRBs. In the span of three weeks over summer, the team found 13 flashes with their Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) radio telescope. According to the team, one of the FRBs showed a repeating pattern.

While over 60 FRBs have already been detected so far, the first repeating bursts were only discovered in 2015 by Puerto Rico’s Arecibo radio telescope.

As CHIME astrophysicist Dr Ingrid Stairs of the University of British Columbia, Canada explained:

“Until now, there was only one known repeating FRB.

“Knowing that there is another suggests that there could be more out there.

“And with more repeaters and more sources available for study, we may be able to understand these cosmic puzzles – where they’re from and what causes them.”

Check out this report by FOX News:

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Russian Architect Wants To Rebuild Iconic Azure Window As Metallic Museum

Previously spotted in Game of Thrones’ Dothraki wedding scene, this landmark is getting a new look!

Malta's Azure Window used to be one of the most iconic landmarks in the country. Also known as the Dwerja Window, the famous natural limestone arch has been featured in several movies such as Clash of the Titans, The Count of Montecristo. Of course, fans of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones also know it as the location for the Dothraki wedding.

Unfortunately, the 92-ft arch collapsed in March 8, 2017 after a destructive storm hit the area. However, one Russian architect wants to build a replacement and the public has been very positive about his ideas.

Called the 'Heart of Malta,' the future structure will be a collaboration between architect Svetozar Andreev and designer Elena Britanishskaya.


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Having a Home Library Can Have Powerful Impact on Children, Says Study

The advantages can last with them into their adult years!

In this day and age of search engines, social media and mobile devices, is it still a good idea to have your own library at home? While some may argue e-books and online tools can helps then save space, experts still believe that having physical books at home is still important - particularly if you have young children living at home.

According to a new study, having a home library can have a great impact on children - and it can be an advantage that they can bring well into adulthood.


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Luxurious Lip Art Made With 126 Diamonds Achieves Guinness World Record

The diamonds are worth $758,000 Australian dollars!

You've probably seen one of those crazy lip arts on social media but allow us to assure you this: you haven't seen anything like this one yet. As a matter of fact, this particular lip art has been officially recognized by the Guinness World Records as the Most Valuable Lip Art.

Priced at $757,975 Australian dollars, the lip art created by Rosendorff Diamonds was officially awarded the world record during an event held in Perth, Australia last September 2018.


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