Profile: fajarpri

Personal background
I'm a 27 y.o. male living in Indonesia (a large archipelago country located northwest of Australia). I love science fiction since I was a kid, especially the Star Trek series. My big brother also loves science fiction. I'm an IT manager now with hobbies of playing computer games, watching movies (war and science fiction), and internet stuff like web design. Please visit my website at and
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I do believe that ET exists. There are billion of galaxies out there with trillion of solar systems. There must be plenty of planets that support live, even in the form that we can't imagine.

With so many sightings and other famous controversial incident (like the Roswell), I do believe that ET have had found us, but with our current state of technology, they're just not interesting yet to make 'official' contact.

However, I also do believe that we will make contact with ET soon. Possibly in the next 10-15 years when we would send human to Mars. I think the Mars Project would be a great technological achievement that any ET would appreciate.

SETI@home project is a smart and a necessary step to find ET, because radio signal is the basic fundamental of any modern communication. If there is ET intelligent enough to make such communication, we will find it eventually. It's just a matter of time to find it... and of course some luck :)

As for any suggestion, I notice that the data we analyze comes from 8-9 months back dated. Is there any way that we could speed up the process so that the SETI@home project can progress faster?

It's great to join SETI@home, to be a part of one of the 'would be' great event in human histroy, that is the contact with ET.
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