Profile: Omega_rion

Personal background
They left quite a bit of space for me to write stuff here but to tell you the truth I really don't know what to say. I'm a Multimedia designer and i find this stuff very interesting i think it's really cool what these guys are doing and I wish them luck and that there work will not go un-rewared. And I hope they know what there looking for because I have had seti on my computer and I still can't figure it out.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
There been several books and stories depicted of extraterestial life. Stories of humans created to mine gold for a distant galaxy because this is what they use to protect there planet like our ozone layer or movies of distant planets and galaxy with beings of superior intelect I have come to see as possible truths because every thought or idea has to orignate from some where we could just think these thing up and call them science-fiction it just does not make any sense to me. The only thing I fear and I'm sure that I am not alone in my thoughts is that we are not ready to understand superior beings because we are not even able to understand ourselves. How can we look to make freinds in different galaxies when we cannot get past our own barriers. In that respect I feel that we will never find or meet these beings. I would bet that they know that we are already here and are just avoiding us do to our prehistoric nature.
These are beings in my judgemental capacity that use both sides of there brains at 100%, and would feel that what they have to show us would only cause us right now in these state of affairs more harm than good. My only question is that are we really to find what we are looking for? Who will be our ambassador George W?
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