Profile: Fernando M M Ferreira

Personal background
My name is Fernando M M Ferreira, i have 44 years of age, i am married for almost 20 years whit a wonderfull and lovely woman named Maria de Lurdes, and i have two pretty daughters named Cátia and Sónia. I was born and raised in Portugal in the city of Lisbon. I live now in another city called Mafra, about 40Km of Lisbon and 20Km of Sintra. I am a happy men, and i enjoy life. I have hobbyes that i like very much, it is diving and reading. One of the movies that i like very much was Contact whit Jodie Foster.
Professionaly i am a Electromechanic and do Instrumentation in the farmaceutical industry.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I have an enormous allure/fascination for the universe and everything what whit it is related. I belive that we cannot be allone in the universe, and we do not have to be egoistic to the point to think that, we were the only ones contemplated whit the flash of life, in a universe whitout end. Just the infinit word, and the universe is a infinit one, makes me think a lot of possible and wonderfull things, and i belive that i am not the only human being who think like this. As such i think that we are not allone and will exist life in one another point in this fascinating universe. Soo, because of that, it is for me a satisfaction and a pleasure to be a part of the SETI@home project, contributing whit a little part that i can, but being part of a huge and serious project. To all the participants and all the team of SETI@home project my sincere congratulations, and a very humble order: Please continue.
From a friend in Portugal.
(I ask for excuse for some irregularity in my English)
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