Profile: Fab_Dawg

Personal background
Hi, my name is Jonathan, I live in a small town just east of San Diego California called Lakeside. It isn't beside a lake, although there is a small one, in the center of town. The county Library and community center as well as a beautifull park are located there. I am a 39 year old construction contractor, spending much of my daylight hours building and repairing. I work on both commercial and residential buildings. In my spare time I enjoy all types of fabrication, including various types of metals, woods, plastic, glass and mineral products(cement,rock etc.)and most recently electronics and computers. I do much of my learning at the local library, where I have access to a very large collection of data and other information. If it is published, I can access it at the local library. Since the addition of computers, the task of obtaining the printed word has become much easier. I am sure that this is where my newest pastime, computers, began. I learned of the SETI program at the DSLReports website and joined their team, DSLR Team Starfire. I currently have four Intel processors working on SETI, a 700Mhz, 800Mhz, 1.0Ghz and a 1.8Ghz.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I am confident that there is extraterrestrial life somewhere out in the depths of space. What I'm not confident of is their use of the same forms of communication that we currently use. I feel that we will encounter contact as a result of them(ET's) allowing and making contact with us. At this time I beleive the human race as a whole is not ready for this contact, which is why I beleive we won't make contact at this time. Never the less contact is a possibility, so I am invovled in SETI for that reason.
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