Profile: Ole Jonny Braenne

Personal background
UFO-Norway, founded in 1973, is a group of persons - scientists, academics, investigators, volunteers - from all over Norway, with the UFO phenomenon as a common interest.
UFO-Norway collect, process and study all available information on UFO phenomena in Norway.
UFO-Norway do information activity to its subscribers and to the public, through the journal "UFO", to help contribute to a greater understanding of UFO phenomena as a reality.
UFO-Norway strives for the use of scientific principles and methods in its investigation.
UFO-Norway is open to any and all hypotheses and theories which may represent possible solutions to the UFO enigma, and will not attribute unidentified reports to any particular theory.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1. We run SETI@home because we wish to contribute any way we can, in testing the extraterrestrial hypothesis (i.e. the hypothesis that some unidentified flying object [UFO] reports may be extraterrestrial spaceships or probes of some kind.

2. The project is unique! Either we humans are the only sentient species in the Universe, or we are not. If we are not alone, then there are either a small number of other species/civilizations or there are a huge number of other species/civilizations. Either possibility (which, at present, based on our current knowledge) is as likely as the other - and equally mind-boggling.
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