Profile: Fenris

Personal background
Im from the boring state of ohio in teh USA around dayton. right now im a student at Centerville High School and plan on attending colege to become and engineer of some sorts. i hope to go into aerospace or aeronautical, but my real goal in life is to go into space. as hobbies go, ima gamer. still much of a newbie, ive graduated in most FPS's to become a beginer/average player.
apperance: blued eyed, long blond hair(darker color, tiny hint of red), female, 5'4", pale colored skin(i prefer to stay outa the sun).
as i am slowly learning, i am a rare find in the gaming world, "one of very few actual female gamers." Ive a boyfriend, a rare find for me, in fact, he introduced me to this. and most of all i love him with all of my heart.
if u have something interesting to say, i wont mind chating w/u.
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Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
i do believe extraterrestial life excists. my theory is that there is way too much space out there for there to be only one inteligent race. wether we will find them or not depends on how fast our technology developes or if they find us. i believe that tehy will probably find us. i think we will prbably benifit from their new techs if they find us. If we find them, itll probably be something for teh media to run all day long for us to miss our favorite shows.
we should transmit stuff into space, just to say we did. it should say something like "hey, we're out here, come find us"
I run seti at home cause i have nothing better to do and cause fizz11 wants me to. My veiws about this project: cool, whatever.
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