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  2. #47
    also i dropped 2 relics in non-human signal, he attacked them. idk important is or not.
    P.s dont judge too strong, im new here xD

  3. #48
    Originally Posted by rttyf View Post (Source)
    Originally Posted by rttyf View Post (Source)
    also i dropped 2 relics in non-human signal, he attacked them. idk important is or not.
    P.s dont judge too strong, im new here xD
    Hi and welcome to the thread!

    The image on your first point isn't visible at the moment - if you can find a link to the image where it includes the file extension (.jpg, .png, etc.) and then post that between [IMG][/IMG] tags then it should show. (I think! Someone correct me if I'm wrong here! )

    When you say 'Relic' do you mean an 'Ancient Relic' from one of the Guardian Ruins? (There's a few different Relics in the game.)

    If so, yes, there definitely seems to be a response to them!

    Check out the Thargoids Interactions as well. Your stuff might be relevant for that thread too.:

    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showth...ractions/page6

  4. #49
    oh, thanks for help, yes 'Ancient Relic' .


  5. #50
    @Dreamstate:

    First of all I wanna thank you for putting together and organizing so much information related to The Guardians. I’m still in the process of reading through your theories thread.

    At the end of the section titled “Brain Trees, Guardian Space, and the AI Monolithic Network Theory” you give an update on a search for Earth-like worlds in the Wregoe Brain Tree bubble. So I thought you’d like to know that a while back I discovered Brain Trees on a moon orbiting an Earth-like world, which I reported in MadRaptor’s Geysers etc. thread, in a system that’s part of the Wregoe bubble.





    Here’s a link to the original post:

    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showth...=1#post5876001

    Something I found interesting about that ELW is that it’s the third rock from the sun. Together with that orbiting moon it looks extra Earth-like. Anyway, I thought you’d find this of interest.

    We’ve found many Brain Tree sites in that Wregoe sector that Pan discovered, but not a single ruin yet. So far it continues to break the “If there’s Trees there’s Ruins” pattern. We still don’t know the full extent of that BrainTree bubble.

    There’s something else you might find of interest. I did some analysis of the acoustic features in the audio emitted by the Brain Trees. There were recurring patterns, but nothing that mapped to anything we know:

    https://canonn.science/codex/brain-t...stic-features/

    There are some loose parallels to the “barcode patterns” seen in the audio from obelisks, but nothing at all concrete.

    I should’ve reported these findings in your theories thread a long time ago, but a combination of shyness and laziness prevented me from doing so, my apologies!

  6. #51
    I liked alot of what Dreamstate had to say.

    I agree 2.4 is not about the return of the Thargoids just like 2.2 The Guardians was not related to the fighter bays.

    If the return is of the Guardians though I'm not convinced. Maybe the return of a long lost human colony who returns to save us from the Thargoid threat.

  7. #52
    Originally Posted by Maligno View Post (Source)
    @Dreamstate:

    First of all I wanna thank you for putting together and organizing so much information related to The Guardians. I’m still in the process of reading through your theories thread.

    At the end of the section titled “Brain Trees, Guardian Space, and the AI Monolithic Network Theory” you give an update on a search for Earth-like worlds in the Wregoe Brain Tree bubble. So I thought you’d like to know that a while back I discovered Brain Trees on a moon orbiting an Earth-like world, which I reported in MadRaptor’s Geysers etc. thread, in a system that’s part of the Wregoe bubble.



    Here’s a link to the original post:

    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showth...=1#post5876001

    Something I found interesting about that ELW is that it’s the third rock from the sun. Together with that orbiting moon it looks extra Earth-like. Anyway, I thought you’d find this of interest.

    We’ve found many Brain Tree sites in that Wregoe sector that Pan discovered, but not a single ruin yet. So far it continues to break the “If there’s Trees there’s Ruins” pattern. We still don’t know the full extent of that BrainTree bubble.

    There’s something else you might find of interest. I did some analysis of the acoustic features in the audio emitted by the Brain Trees. There were recurring patterns, but nothing that mapped to anything we know:

    https://canonn.science/codex/brain-t...stic-features/

    There are some loose parallels to the “barcode patterns” seen in the audio from obelisks, but nothing at all concrete.

    I should’ve reported these findings in your theories thread a long time ago, but a combination of shyness and laziness prevented me from doing so, my apologies!
    That's a brilliant find man! I shall bookmark that and go visiting it tonight, for sure!

    I'm thinking the Brain Trees could be in clusters (just like the monoliths), so once I've had a gander at your awesome discovery I'll head through PanPiper's Wregoe brain bubble and closer to the Col 70 region, probably right near the border, and have a larger look around for potential worlds with more brain trees.

    As for the audio of the brains, it does look familiar but not quite... I'm wondering if it is because they are more to do with electrical wave forms rather than sound, perhaps? I'll give it a bigger look later

    Thanks again mate!

  8. #53
    Originally Posted by CMDR Dreamstate View Post (Source)
    That's a brilliant find man! I shall bookmark that and go visiting it tonight, for sure!

    I'm thinking the Brain Trees could be in clusters (just like the monoliths), so once I've had a gander at your awesome discovery I'll head through PanPiper's Wregoe brain bubble and closer to the Col 70 region, probably right near the border, and have a larger look around for potential worlds with more brain trees.

    As for the audio of the brains, it does look familiar but not quite... I'm wondering if it is because they are more to do with electrical wave forms rather than sound, perhaps? I'll give it a bigger look later

    Thanks again mate!
    We've no clue what's doing the vibrating to the generate audio.

    There are components of the Brain Tree signal that occupy the 9-17 kHz range in the spectrogram, which is where the "barcodes" live in the obelisk spectrogram. But aside from that, only very loose pictorial resemblance.

    I do wonder if the "key" that Prof. Melville was referring to was a key that would help someone decode the barcodes in the obelisk spectrogram...

  9. #54
    Originally Posted by Maligno View Post (Source)
    @Dreamstate:

    First of all I wanna thank you for putting together and organizing so much information related to The Guardians. I’m still in the process of reading through your theories thread.

    At the end of the section titled “Brain Trees, Guardian Space, and the AI Monolithic Network Theory” you give an update on a search for Earth-like worlds in the Wregoe Brain Tree bubble. So I thought you’d like to know that a while back I discovered Brain Trees on a moon orbiting an Earth-like world, which I reported in MadRaptor’s Geysers etc. thread, in a system that’s part of the Wregoe bubble.



    Here’s a link to the original post:

    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showth...=1#post5876001

    Something I found interesting about that ELW is that it’s the third rock from the sun. Together with that orbiting moon it looks extra Earth-like. Anyway, I thought you’d find this of interest.

    We’ve found many Brain Tree sites in that Wregoe sector that Pan discovered, but not a single ruin yet. So far it continues to break the “If there’s Trees there’s Ruins” pattern. We still don’t know the full extent of that BrainTree bubble.

    There’s something else you might find of interest. I did some analysis of the acoustic features in the audio emitted by the Brain Trees. There were recurring patterns, but nothing that mapped to anything we know:

    https://canonn.science/codex/brain-t...stic-features/

    There are some loose parallels to the “barcode patterns” seen in the audio from obelisks, but nothing at all concrete.

    I should’ve reported these findings in your theories thread a long time ago, but a combination of shyness and laziness prevented me from doing so, my apologies!
    Just gave the acoustic part of the Canonn website a read regarding the Brains: https://canonn.science/codex/brain-t...stic-features/

    Something occurred to me, though. I did a little reading about Digital audio and Analogue audio: http://www.explainthatstuff.com/analog-and-digital.html

    A simplified video:



    To me, this picture looks like the Brain Trees are Analogue - basically, the sounds need clearing up to make it come out clearer because the Hz or Khz are out of whack (beyond me, though):



    The Ancient Ruins are Digital:



    Could this really be the difference in sounds?

    They aren't barcodes, but merely need the sound re-adjusting to clear/clean them up?

    If there is no way to do that, then this probably just serves to show us that one uses Digital and the other Analogue - could also explain why the Brain Trees are on worlds that have volcanism so that the signals are protected by a magnetic field (or to just protect the trees themselves from radiation)?

  10. #55
    Originally Posted by Thatchinho View Post (Source)
    The Black Flight aspect is something new.
    IIRC, they killed the crew of that mega ship that founded something on some planet. I will search logs when I grab some time.
    Edit: Victoria's Song sad story? But the Black Flight log was from some other system.

  11. #56
    Originally Posted by rttyf View Post (Source)
    oh, thanks for help, yes 'Ancient Relic' .
    https://uploadix.de/images/2017/10/0...6035253.md.jpg
    Sorry, but those are not guardians. Trust me, if you want.

  12. #57
    I can't seem to find any decent recordings of the brain trees without background music - anyone got a link to some? I've re-downloded a music maker I bought last year, I'm going to attempt to adjust the frequency.

    If not, I'll just go record some...

  13. #58
    Originally Posted by CMDR Dreamstate View Post (Source)
    Just gave the acoustic part of the Canonn website a read regarding the Brains: https://canonn.science/codex/brain-t...stic-features/

    Something occurred to me, though. I did a little reading about Digital audio and Analogue audio: http://www.explainthatstuff.com/analog-and-digital.html

    A simplified video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCu6L4kQF3k

    To me, this picture looks like the Brain Trees are Analogue - basically, the sounds need clearing up to make it come out clearer because the Hz or Khz are out of whack (beyond me, though):

    https://i.imgur.com/e88WWgj.jpg

    The Ancient Ruins are Digital:

    http://carbryck.com/EDSCREENS/4_Sign...onent_Sets.jpg

    Could this really be the difference in sounds?

    They aren't barcodes, but merely need the sound re-adjusting to clear/clean them up?

    If there is no way to do that, then this probably just serves to show us that one uses Digital and the other Analogue - could also explain why the Brain Trees are on worlds that have volcanism so that the signals are protected by a magnetic field (or to just protect the trees themselves from radiation)?
    Indeed, the Brain Tree signal looks more diffuse and analogue than the obelisk signal, which seems sharper and better defined. But the differences are greater than that. Whereas the Brain Tree signal has components that repeat between 7 seconds up to 60 seconds and is somewhat continuous, the obelisk signal consists of packets seperated by around 60 seconds of "silence". Each obelisk packet is around 60 seconds long (it varies, of course). Some of the components of the obelisk signal occupy the same audio frequency range as the category "D" Brain Tree signal components, especially the long "bars".

    Having said that, I feel that if we ever figure out one it'll help us solve the other. I think the obelisk signal is easier to grasp because it has that digital quality you spoke about. It's possible the only way to solve the obelisk signal is to either find the key or somehow determine if it eventually repeats (we would have to have multiple commanders record long sections of audio).

  14. #59
    I found my first brain tree field on Synuefe XR-H D11-90 A 1 A. What sort of things should I be recording / reporting. Anything?

  15. #60
    Originally Posted by ModishNouns View Post (Source)
    I found my first brain tree field on Synuefe XR-H D11-90 A 1 A. What sort of things should I be recording / reporting. Anything?
    You can use Canonn's slick new reporting form to submit it:

    https://goo.gl/UR1TZU

    The datasheet below has a list of all discovered Brain Tree sites. One of the tabs has material information, which it pulls automatically from eddb, so don't worry about reporting that. It helps a lot if you are running EDDiscovery because system and planet information will make its way to EDSM/EDDB.

    https://goo.gl/suqz7A

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