Profile: StievieRay

Personal background
I am from Germany, near the wellknown Hamburg. I am a 35 years old selfemployed gardener. I like working on the PC and Star Trek watching. I believe in a good future for us all, unimportant if we are from Germany, USA, Israel, Palestine, Afghanistan, Japan or somewhere else. We all have to live together in peace.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I believe also in extraterrestrial life and the peace in these lifeforms. God help us to find them, also for a better future. I believe in the sense of Seti's work. I am sure we will find a signal soon. It is a fantastic feeling to work for this great project. I am sure it is a great idea to send a beacon to find it. It should have informations about the reality of human beeings to save against difficult questions one day when we have contact. I think mankind will except other lifeforms when there is communication. Just the peace can help then. The benefits can be to save the worldwide life and vegetation before the comming destruction. I believe in a good together in peace. Mankind is growing in this perspective when the time has come. I am sure. If not,...God may help us all...
To run Seti is for me important because it brings another sense in my work at the pc. The project is similar with my inner ideals. I think Seti should also try to bring similar thinking persons together as in a community. There is a big power in this. The people should be prepared for the results Seti maybe delivers one day. So Seti has got a special responsibility for this. To make clear the importance of a possible contact. Because there is an "us and them", a thing mankind learns exactly in these days, to see the "other one" on the "other side" with "other ideals". That is the best plattform for extraterrestrical communication.
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