Profile: Sam

Personal background
I live in Germantown a small town about 50 miles north of Cincinnati Ohio. I'm 35 years old and work as a Systems Engineer for Easylink Service Corp. I work as the fax-email security tech dealing mainly in search and resolve through Unix platforms. My hobbies are anything dealing with computers, I'm a wrestling coach for our schools youth team, volleyball, and searching for the answer to that one question "Are we really alone"?
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I enjoy watching the sci-fi channel and I have to say that "TAKEN" has been one of my most unforgettable mini series I have seen in a long time, definitely worthy of buying if it comes out on DVD. I have just set up the seti@home on my home pc and my work pc and enjoy waiting for that special signal. I don't know why? but I do feel that there is something out there but, I have always been a person that says I have to see it to believe it. I find the thought of not being alone in our universe a very worthwhile investigation as allot of mankind does.

Since the Roswell incident mankind has come up with some very interesting tales and all sorts of fiction about what really happened. I think people are going to believe what they want to. Why someone believes this and why someone believes that is a picture of there own life’s events. Allot of people have different views on what really happened, unfortunately most of the people that actually knew what happened have all passed away since the time the eligibly space craft crashed in Mexico. I believe that the seti@home project gives people something to feel good about and that's helping to find the answer to that one question "Are we really alone"?
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