Profile: shikna

Personal background
I hate forms ;) I never know what should i put in these things. So, i'm young (21) years old male from Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The most pleasant work for me is to try harmonize my work in one of the biggest companies in LT and my studies in perhaps oldest University in Eastern Europe - Vilnius University (established in 1579).
Recently we have established a new unofficial club - a club for people, who feel being young and very freaky in their minds and souls ;) Nowadays, news about our "club" are spreading widely and more and more people wants to see us and possibly join our party ;) We have our own IRC channel, web page, so please feel free to visit us and chat with us or comment our pics in our gallery.

You are always welcome to join our seti group :)
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
SETI: Do you think extraterrestrial life exists? Me: Mmmm, i'm not sure, that's why i'm here.
SETI: If so, when and how will humans discover it? Me: When the another specie decide to contact with us.
SETI: What are the possible benefits and dangers of such a discovery? Me: benefits - new inventions, social benefits. Dangers - if another specie is dangerous, humans could possibly extinct ;)
SETI: Should humans transmit a beacon for others to find? Me: definitely not.
SETI: If so, what information should we send? Me: messages of peace

SETI: Why do you run SETI@home? Me: trying to help community to resolve this task ;)
SETI: What are your views about the project? Me: Nice one
SETI: Any suggestions? Me: In the near future. By the way, you should add "Back" link to the page which shows up, when user or group profiles are updated ;)
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