archiv~1: Re: SETI A Big Bang, but not what one may think

Re: SETI A Big Bang, but not what one may think

Chris Johnson ( kris_johnson@yahoo.com )
Tue, 10 Nov 1998 16:02:50 -0800 (PST)

Walt,

My understanding of Tunguska is that it was a "natural" event. I
would therefore assume that any RF noise it put out would not register
as an artificial or structured signal.

It might only be useful to another Civ's planet hunters as proof of a
body in orbit around a distant star. ("Gee Sznorf, if a massive
meteor fell into a sun, you wouldn't expect to see _this_...")

---Walt Williams <dfheli@pacificnet.net> wrote:
>
> All,
>
> In my other favorite list, the PSN-L, (participating there, I have
> constructed a functioning long period horizontal seismograph +
> electronics, <=20 seconds), there was an interesting post regarding
> energy released in the 1908 Tunguska atmospheric explosion.
>
> I wonder would it have also have generated broad band RF spectra?
> How?
>
> Any comments would be appreciated.
>
> See:
>
> http://www.orc.ru/~azorcord/page_dat.htm
>
>
> Thank you.
>
> Walt Williams, 98.11.10
> dfheli@pacificnet.net
>
>
>

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