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My Name is Richard I am 43 years old, divorced single fatherof Three children.I served in the United Stated Navy.
I now work as a electronics test technician. I love computer programming, Working on Old Time Radios, and listening to old time radio shows. As a family we love camping,hunting,and fishing. We have a American Indian heritage, and love all things outdoors.

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Why do I believe? :
My personal experience

Richard Van Fossen
Iowa UFO Sightings and Discussions

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Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Do I believe there is life out there? Yes I am very open minded And would be foolish to think we are the only beings in this massive Universe. It would be pompous to think we are the only intelligent race in the universe

Do I believe we will ever find them? Yes if they have not found us first. You may say this is a crazy thought but if it is so crazy? Then why are we spending so much time and money to search Mars for traces of a past life. We already know that it has water. If it is so crazy many of these well educated scientists would not devote so much time and energy to the search. The truth is many people are just scared of the thought and would rather choose the safety and security of disbelief.

Why do I believe? :
My personal experience

Friendly or Hostile no one knows. So it is our duty to try to learn Before it is too late. We must be ready for ether possibility, and not panic When the time comes. We as a people are capable of great things when we put Our knowledge and energies to the task. Just Look at The amount of work that has been done here on SETI. By people from all walks of life and many Countries. The time will come and we need to be ready.
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