Comments on “Mysterious, Morse code-like ‘structures’ at center of Milky Way ‘stun’ astronomers”

  1. Doug Ward says:
    06/02/2023 at 10:34 AM

    Blathering nonsese. It it a morse cose or not ? what is it saying ? If nothing, Why study it ? $$$ money ? Just stupid and irrelevant

  2. Candy says:
    06/03/2023 at 11:40 AM

    It is a code, interpretation – Jesus Christ is about to return.

  3. Richard Ettinger says:
    06/03/2023 at 11:59 AM

    one man’s horizontal is another man’s vertical.

  4. nilskidoo says:
    06/03/2023 at 12:07 PM

    All the world’s missing socks and car-keys, somehow gained sentience and off to oblivion to escape our ego-centrism for once and for all.

  5. Al D says:
    06/03/2023 at 4:14 PM

    I’m in my 70s and getting mighty impatient with how long it is taking physicists to prove string theory exists when it is staring them right in the face per these photos.

  6. david murrell says:
    06/04/2023 at 6:44 AM

    This is why when someone, especially a scientist, politician, or bureaucrat, says “trust the science”, you know they are either lying or ignorant. We don’t know jack as this shows. Not just in science, in everything.
    Science, if it’s doing its job, never trusts itself hence the scientific method.
    I say this to point out that especially today with the NEW DISCIPLINE of climate science, and certainly we found out with COVID, trust no one except yourself and think critically.

    1. NW says:
      06/05/2023 at 1:05 AM

      When you say “trust no one but yourself”, have you ever considered that you are surely not an expert in every field of science, medicine, etc. and thus the sources you choose to believe will be those aligned with your preexisting biases and not necessarily with what is true or accurate.

      Consensus does not mean settled opinion nor should you suspend all skepticism, it means the overwhelming opinion of experts and research is that this is true and if you want to change that consensus with a contrarian opinion, you have a high burden of proof to overcome. Finding a contrarian “expert” voice on the Internet telling you what you want to hear is easy but the notion such people are “truth-tellers” as the government, academia and/or industry misleads you for some corrupt ulterior motive is cynical and misguided.

      I never believed the extreme and hyperbolic apocalyptic doomsday extinction scenarios of the climate alarmists, but plenty of once skeptical climatologists have come around to agreeing with the consensus on the existence of anthropogenically induced climate change because the satellite and other data is overwhelming and is not accounted for by the natural factors.

      As for the vax, everyone knew it was still experimental and had risks, but 1.1m Americans died from COVID related causes and without better options, the vaccines clearly reduced the risk of severe hospitalization and death. Since we live in a society with scarcity of resources and with semi-socialized medicine, “I’ll take my risks” is self-centered and meaningless if you are going to show up to the emergency room when you get deathly sick. Most of the vaxxed didn’t end up deathly sick when COVID was claiming the highest body count. For those aged or those with preexisting conditions, the vaccine probably saved their lives. Antivax is an uneducated POV (that is not to say every vaccine is effective and worth the risks.) Vaccines in general are the only reason any of us exist in the current form as otherwise many of our parents and grandparents would have died young.

      1. William Clark DeLashmutt says:
        06/05/2023 at 6:21 AM

        The truth matters and way too much has been withheld from us all. We are being manipulated to believe things that are not true and have media outlets censoring out information that has been proven to be true after the facts have been shown to be true. In a real democracy we should all be able to hear all sides of a matter in order for us to make our own choices and give our fully informed consent based upon all information and not just what someone wants us to know.

  7. Larry P says:
    06/04/2023 at 7:22 AM

    “Study Finds” touts its journalistic experience but it seems they are just shoveling content without making sense. They should maybe make a phone calll to an astronomer (as I did) to out in oerpectice:
    The “images” they show aren’t real pictures of the radio sky — they’re traces of the filaments they identified. It’s more cleaned up, but also misleading. The science itself is sound, but frankly not that exciting. I can’t imagine someone being stunned by it. I’d say, “oh, hey, that’s kind of cool.” The article itself is an accurate rendition of the press release, but of course with a sensational headline.

  8. Aranhas says:
    06/04/2023 at 1:23 PM

    Simulation. I’m 82 and a former Psychologist. Loved studying quantum physics and the other sciences as a “hobby”. I’m leaning toward the “simulation” hypothesis. My personal experiences and those of scientists I’ve met as well as just observing my world has led me to question this reality. It is too “unreal”. It appears to me to be artificially structured with flaws. Had a NDE last December. It happened. It can’t be explained by any science I know except if our reality is a simulation. I went outside of this “existence” and into something else that was more real than this computer I’m typing on.

  9. Erasmus F. says:
    06/04/2023 at 4:23 PM

    We (including scientists, philosophers, theologians and all points in between) haven’t the slightest idea what we’re looking at, much less the ability to “explain” it in any way comprehensible to the human intellect.
    That’s not a knock, nor a prescription to cease exploring, but a plea to stop pretending that our observations — the heart of the scientific method — need to be or even CAN be explained.

  10. ralph peters says:
    06/04/2023 at 9:25 PM

    light pulling into the black hole.


  11. PJ London says:
    06/07/2023 at 3:52 AM

    Anyone who uses ‘Consensus’ and ‘science’ in the same sentence is a moron.
    You know that they are ignorant, stupid, and have no idea of the scientific method.

    “Believe nothing just because a so-called wise person said it.
    Believe nothing just because a belief is generally held.
    Believe nothing just because it is said in ancient books.
    Believe nothing just because it is said to be of divine origin.
    Believe nothing just because someone else believes it.
    Believe only what you yourself test and judge to be true”
    Buddha – Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta
    The motto of England’s Royal Society, founded in 1660, is “Nullius in verba”: “Take nobody’s word for it.”

    I am an outcast, who refused to believe the Covid experts, I refused vaccination.
    Guess who is laughing now?


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