Profile: Peter Cook

Personal background
I originally come from King's Lynn in Norfolk, England and I now live in Liverpool, England.

I am interested in Astronomy and the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence. I use two programs for my astronomy and those are Redshift and the brilliant Starry night (All Editions).

I currently work for a High Street Computer Store, which helps when I need to upgrade my PC components for SETI@Home.

I Live with my wonderful partner Louise and my 3 beautiful daughters Emily, Caitlin and Hannah. Louise, Emily and Caitlin (in pic above) are members of the Liverpool Seti Web group, who ever said that children have no interest in astronomy and projects like this obviously need some help!

I have created a Facebook page to view it please click the following link. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Liverpool-Seti-Web/143969849027081

Our basic webpage is available, http://www.setiweb.space. We would like to invite you all who have an interest in SETI@Home or Astronomy in general to visit us at sometime or to join our SETI@Home Team.

Good Hunting!

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I believe that ET's exist and they are closer than we think. How we locate them is another debate! I also believe that sifting through all the chaff to get to the wheat is very important and SETI is going the right way about this, but with all the amount of signals floating about in the universe makes things difficult. This includes our own radio waves that we have sent into space through TV and radio and the like.

ET!!! Now then we have so many idea's as though how they look, I guess we could easily overlook the fact that they look identical to us in every way, and are they all going to be friendly?
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