Profile: Skysis

Personal background
I enjoy computer technology, Japanese Women, Physics, and among others Music.
I have always been drawn to subjects having to do with the universe.

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
When I imagine that I am floating just beyond the rim of the Milky Way and I see, as Carl Sagan had said, billions and billions and billions of stars and around those are probably billions and billions of planets. If our planet is the only one that harbors life in the great vastness of the universe, what a waste of space that would be.

I dream of a day when our technology catches up with our imagination and yearning to explore the universe. A day that can only come once we as a human race have moved beyond borders, greed, and pride. A day when each of us will work to improve our abilities for the best future and not for the highest profit.

If we are truly the stuff of stars, then we have the potential to bring the light of discovery to planets and stars throughout the universe and reap the rewards of knowledge. Completing what must be a universal reflection as we look upon the face of stars from which we were created from.

I feel we should improve our ability to listen before we speak.
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