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Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – David – Jimmy – Bruce Fast links to Bios: David – Jimmy – Bruce   Support The Other Side of Midnight! Tonight, we’re going to make History. As we previously announced — both at the end of last Sunday’s “Other Side of Midnight” show, and a couple nights ago, on Clyde Lewis’ “Ground Zero” nationally broadcast radio program — tonight, The Other Side of Midnight is going to make history– By sending a specially “coded” radio message to the currently “fleeing” interstellar ET spacecraft, now leaving the solar system forever– The solar system’s first known Intersteller Visitor — specifically named by NASA (in Hawaiian)– ‘Oumuamua. “First Scout … of a Battle Fleet!” Tonight, in a literally unprecedented LIVE, world-wide radio experiment, we’re going to attempt to “Open Hailing Frequencies” with whatever Artificial Intelligence might still be piloting this extraordinarily anomalous emissary from the depths […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – David – Jimmy Fast links to Bios: David – Jimmy – Michael – Jon   Support The Other Side of Midnight! “Calling occupants of interplanetary craft ….” Such is the provocative title of a 1970’s Carpenter song (written by Terry Draper and John Woloschuk, of “Klaatu” — NOT the Carpenters!), which hopefully intones– “We are your friends ….” The history of actual interplanetary and interstellar communications is long and storied — from the earliest known radio attempts of Tesla and Marconi, to the celebrated history of “Project Ozma,” to the first physical messages (suggested to Carl Sagan and NASA by Eric Burgess and myself …): The famous “Plaques and Records” — sent by NASA into the interstellar void aboard the Pioneer and Voyager unmanned spacecraft, the first modern artifacts created by Humanity to knowingly escape the solar system …. For well over a hundred […]