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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 13, 2000 03:59:14 UTC

.......Radio astronomy is a technical byproduct of World War II. After the war, it progressed rapidly, as more and more sources of radio noise in the sky were identified with visible objects. Normal stars and galaxies proved to be weak sources, but some objects in the sky put out strong radio emission.

Dose any one recall the Tri-Quarter on Star Treck?
Theoretically, It was able to pickup and read and read and translate existing radio waves that rebounded from the surfaces of planets upon which they landed or places they visited.
Theoretically, With the correct technology, (if not - by telepathy)it should/may be possible to pickup similar rebound waves from every source, biological or synthetic, (anything that emits rays of any kind) and translate them in to historical data which would or could let us see in to probable past(s) or probable future(s)just as radio waves or other communication waves tell radiate and are picked up and translated in to images and/or sounds in the present through our Television or radio sets or computers by way of satellite technology or more basic technology such as fixed antennas.

Dose anyone know if radio waves or other waves ever dissipate in to nothing or do they just get weaker or stronger depending on what drains or boosts the waves?

Best Regards
Jisbond

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