|Hello together, my name is Otto Pfeiffer, i was born 1966 in former czechoslovakia,but 1969 my family emigrated to the former west germany.
Â´Since these days i m still living in the same city and i feel really good here. i got my own small motorbike shop , a great wife and a 2 months old son.
I m very interested in science and engineering,specially regarding jetfighters and ,of course, motorbikes.
|Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
|The first i ve heard of SETI was , when we were visiting "ICQ Friends" in the Northeastern part of germany. Never has seen them before,we were very glad to meet, it was a really great time. My friend has the SETI app. installed on every PC in their hotel and told me about it. First day in germany it was running on my PCs in the shop and in my flat. I think the idea of using free resources ,placed all over the world, is very economic and can keep people from the whole world together. If we re really interested, we can realize projetcs without the limitations of politics, funds,and hardware. ( OK, a little of everything is necessary, but only a little. ;-) )
I m sure, something is out there, but i m afraid, that "IT" will look at us the same way, we re looking at some apes in the zoo, or maybe some dolphins or whales.
someone/Thing, that s able to travel as far and/or fast through the universe should have very different ways of thinking , another culture, and it/he/she would never really understand our way of life nor will we understand his/her/its one.
The dream of technological "help" by "them" ?
Oh, no, if there will ever be a understandable contact, they would nt help us out. It s our very own problem, we have to learn everything by ourselfes, otherwise we would depend on their help, no more able to help ourselfes out if a problem occures. But, maybe i m wrong, so what- install your seti and hope. :-)
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