## Scientists Decipher Signal from Space

Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Space News Service

A collaborative team of Deep Space Researchers (DSR) from a combined college research consortium reported signal from star system G1581. Coincidentally, an earth type planet in this system, G1581 e, was discovered in 2009. The signal began as a mathematical algorithm, a finite sequence of instructions, which relates most closely to the Entscheidungsproblem, posed by David Hilbert in 1928. The Entscheidungsproblem asks for an algorithm that will take as input a description of a formal language and a mathematical statement in the language and produce as output either “True” or “False” according to whether the statement is true or false.

“ This is exactly as proposed by Hilbert,” said Dr. Maurice Dahlberg, from the Stockholm Institute of Fundamental Physics. “ For this data to havespontaneously formed is virtually impossible.”

Solving the problem has opened a vast area of inquiry that Dr. Dahlberg termed unreasonable speculation. Other scientists such as Dr. Mike Hansen of Haverhill University are convinced that intelligent life in this system is referring directly to time travel. “ The signal at 1420 megahertz is clearly speaking of time dilation,” says Dr. Hansen, “ If properly decoded, this signal speaks traveling back in time from the year 1986 to 1962. Clearly, the inhabitants of G1581 e are aware of earth and Hansen speculates that Redshift, by Robert P. Fitton, an American author, fits this template. “ Fitton brought his lead character back to the Bay of Pigs in 1962. And more incredibly that character left from 1986!”

Fitton shrugged off the G1581 e signal yesterday from his home on Cape Cod. “ I wish I had thought up a stunt such as this. I appreciate Dr. Hansen as a reader and fan. However, I am not a scientist,” he chuckled. “ I make up stories. And this was a good one.”