Profile: oakfield

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Hello Everyone

My name is Peter. I`m 37 years old, and I play a lot of music.

The interesting ting here is not stuff about me, but why I´m let`s move on...
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I have always wondered about life out there - are we alone?
The universe is such a big place and I therefor recite Carl Sagan; "It would be an awfull waste of space if we where the only ones living there".

Many things come to my mind when I think about life out there.

Are they like us - I mean psysiological beings with a mind like ours?

Have they never crossed from the reptile form of being into a higher form of intelligence?

From my point of view could the reason why we haven`t discovered anything yet, have many causes;

1. We are alone

2. The distances in space are too big, we can`t reach them.

3. The teknological period of time when two spieces are at the same level, is very small, so we can`t reach them.

4. They are here - but they don`t contact us. Maybe because of our stupidity making war and killing each other. What would the military use their technologi for?

Maybe someday when we`ve grown up as a race and have finished nursery scool, we will find that we are not alone.

I`ve made a saying that explains it in another way:

When You`re travelling in the woods you often see an anthill. It is interesting to put a little stick in the hill and make a little mess. The ants try hard to repair the damage, but they don`t know the intelligence behind the attack.
The difference between the ant`s and our intelligence - why should that difference be one of a kind.

The reason why I`m helping is that maybe I could make a difference by discovering something.

My very best to all the helpers out there.

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