Profile: Folletto

Personal background
I have been interested in finding ETI since I was a young boy. Today I am much older, 57, but I am still intersted in finging ETI but for a different reason. Today I want to be around when we first find ETI so that I can see the effect it has on Humanity. I am hoping it is a positive effect knowing that we are not alone in the universe.

I work with computers all day and then go home and play and work with them all night. With around 8 computers in a home network I love having them working on SETI@Home when I am not home. ;-)

Terry L. Pinotti
Mpls, MN
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I absolutely believe that there is LIFE in the universe other than that here on the Earth. I believe there is ETI. The only way there could not be ETI is if we are the first and other life in the universe is on it's way to being ETI.

We will find life, intelligent or not, in our solar system. Perhaps on a moon of Jupiter or Saturn. Maybe even on Jupiter or/and Saturn. It may not be rolling plains of grass with trees and birds and such, but there will be life.

We should send messages into deep space and send as much information as we can. I am an opptimist. If life can develop to the stage of being able to travel amoungst the stars, they well not be Monsters wanting to conquer the earth. Why would you want to conquer the earth if you have the ability to travel between stars?

I feel Humanity needs a kick in the pants to advance out of our little coloquial world and enter the realm of the universe. finding ETI will help us towards that.

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