Profile: Fabio

Personal background
I'm 15 years old and im from new york. I am not currently employed although i do webdesign when needed. I hope to make this a part time job or hobbie when i get older. I like anything to do with computers whether it be programming languages to figuring out problems. Next year I will try to enroll for the NSA studies program and hopefully get in and get a nice education in computers and other technologies.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
i believe in other life out there, i just dont think its the way we think of it. Scientists around the world think that all life cant survive without water. I believe this is untrue, i believe that just because we need water to survive doesnt mean other lifeforms do, they could live off of minerals from there world. The scientists that believe that are very ignorant they believe everything has to work according to earths terms and laws but they never thought of how evolution works and how things adapt to different things. If humans discover new life it will be a huge feat in life. It can either bring destruction or peace, when it happens we will find out. I think humans should send probes to each planet within our solar system, take samples and pictures, then come back and we'll anylise it. I run set@home because it doesnt waste any of my resources or interupts me in any way and if something is discovered i want to be a part of it. I view the project as being a very good idea.. what better way to save money and give the people a part in history in the making. You dont have the resources so why not ask for volunteers. I suggest asking for donations or doing fund raiser events ?
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