The original article posted by Science and Technology Daily got removed, so it might have just been full of junk; I’m uncertain what that article actually was about though.

People’s Daily states an entirely different claim near a similar time (09:19, June 15, 2022 compared to June 14, 2022 at 10:25 PM CDT (watch out for timezone differences)): China’s FAST telescope discovers world’s first persistently active repeating fast radio burst.[1] A much less exaggerated headline than the Bloomberg article’s headline.

It’s still western media though, so I wouldn’t trust them regardless.

Regardless, the Reddit hivemind is spouting brainrot about China.

  1. Here is the link to the source paper. ↩︎

    122 years ago

    The clickbait western media has an incentive to sensationalise everything into the absurd. I’m sure this is an impressive scientific achievement and an important discovery, but it does not sound to me like there is any reason to conclude that it is “signs of aliens”, rather perhaps a new, exotic type of pulsar or something.

    • AgreeableLandscape☭
      2 years ago

      Also, citation of paper or GTFO. I want to see the primary source before I trust a word of your “scientific journalism”.