Profile: O-P Savela

Personal background
Cheers, y'all!

I'm 32 years old computer enthusiast from Helsinki, Finland. Currently I'm busy with my studies on IT field, no idea what my title will be when I graduate (somewhere around summer 2002). Won't be a programmer or code slave though. ;)

I joined the Seti@Home program in 1999, but I've been away for quite awhile - which is pretty obvious if you look at my pathetic amount of completed work units. That will change (hopefully... hehe). I wish I had a powerful multi-processor machine to dedicate for cruching those Wu's...

My few hobbies include japanese movies, science fiction (what a surprise there) in its various forms and occasional confluence hunting ( and also model rocketry.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
There is no doubt in my mind that we are not alone.

It might take time to discover life from other planets, and even more time to make contact with other intelligent beings, but we'll get there - sooner or later.

There are dangers, of course; possibility of a hostile encounter can not be ruled out, but in my opinion its useless to speculate on such things. Better go prepared to that! Discovering other lifeforms is a worthy cause, fear is the mind killer.

I hope to see the Europa mission go through in a way or another, I'm curious to hear what lies under that icy crust...

Seti@Home is a neat way to help out the SETI program, its not in vain!
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