Equation: Regarding RFI determination by: 1) Process of elimination of E.T. signals (i.e. cannot be E.T.), 2)RF analysis of non-E.T., 3) Persistency Checker algorithm of non-E.T., and 4) 3-Dimensional fixing of non-E.T. signals
....from the Adobe "pdf format file of "CANDIDATE IDENTIFICATION AND INTERFERENCE REMOVAL IN SETI@HOME" by Eric J. Korpela, Jeff Cobb, Matt Lebofsky, Andrew Siemion, Joshua Von Korff, Robert C. Bankay, Dan Werthimer and David Anderson Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California Mail Code 7450, Berkeley, CA 94720-7450, USA email@example.com
I was wondering if there is a 3D version of the Mapview "Skymap" from Bjorn Henke v6.54 when used with BOINCLogX software. Persistency checkers are good, as well as RF analysis (Triplets-Doppler, Gaussian, etc.). However, the ability to crossfix an RF signal (RFI or non-RFI) within our own Milky Way Galaxy can help resolve an E.T. signals, in my opinion. As a veteran of RF chasers ("AW" Anti-Sub Warfare Operator) from the US Navy, I believe that a 3-D Mapview can isolate an "RF" (RFI or non-RFI) signals from within our own Galaxy, thereby determining "valid" E.T. signals. For example, if we crossfix a signal (whatever it is) from within one of the Milky Way Galaxy Spiraling arm, I know at that point (depending on the persistency checker) that it becomes "possible" that it was an E.T. "signature". Why, a source created it and I know it exists outside of our technology range, so far. We as humans haven't landed outside of any planets or moons outside of our solar systems. Neil Armstrong - moon.
I definetly need a 3-D maping systems with the Arecibo or any other observatory.
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