Profile: Suzanne

Personal background
I am almost 48 years old and have been married to my husband for 27 years as of last
Saturday, March 22. we have no children but rescue abandoned cats and dogs in our area
I try to fight prejudice and small mindedness where ever i see it, in only a non violent way.
i am a voracious reader and love reading about astronomy. i'm a basically self-taught computer
user who started in the mid 80's learning all i could. i paint and draw and do a lot of gardening.
i live in south georgia usa and also love to travel world-wide,although i haven't
been anywhere lately. i love computer games and wish i had gone into making these games i play but my
days are too full now to have the time. i was lucky enough to be able to retire early so now my days are
spent learning as much as i can about everything i can especially our universe. i am a fairly private person
but am lucky enough to have great friends who also value privacy. i live on a beautiful farm that is leased to
grow vegetables, not farm subsidized crops. i love my life and this world even with all that's going on lately.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
i think seti is a wonderful project . i don't see how there could possibly not be
life of some form out there. there are just too many solar systems outthere.
there's always the danger of human selfishness coming into play when finding extra
terrestial life but i don't believe that should stop us from looking. i think the
main objection people may have to seti is they think if there is intelligent life
out there then we're not unique and of course there are always the question of what about
G-d. i think we have to find out and i think it would be wonderful. i think peace should
be our major message even if we have not found out how to achieve it yet.
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