Profile: Fugita

Personal background
Born: May 20,1973
Occupation: Computer Consultant
Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Asian Art and Writing, cross-stitching, sword collecting.

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I think anything is possible and to not try is a waste. So, I set my screen saver to SETI@home and left it there. As for when and how, I think it will be some kind of fluck but it will be because we have contacted them first. I mean we have been sending out signals for along time. I figure a race able to travel to Earth will have better receiving abilities then us. Thus, I think they will hear us long before we hear them. I think something simple should be sent out. Like explorer ones disc. Basic human info, hello in all languages, simple math and geometry, maybe even the symbol for the atom. Something more advanced, maybe a simple voice recording on an auto playback with a proximaty sensor. All the primes listed from 1 to 100 (seems like a logical signal). But leave things we think are constants out.. like laws of physics. Who knows, if these are Universal or not. We might findout that gravity is not a law, what goes up maybe able to stay up.

Who know what the benefits will be, but the dangers. Please, why would a race, advanced enough to travel through space, want to harm us? I mean ok, I see the need for caution, due to possible infections. But does anyone thing and alien race advanced enough to visit us would waste all that effort and time to just destroy us? Would we travel light years across the Cosmos to destroy a race, we know little about? Don't you think humans would explore, investigate, learn and talk, before try to destory them? I mean who started the shot first, ask questions later thinking anyways? Ok, the military thinks, oh no.. they are bigger and better and can kill us all... but why would they want to do that? What would another race gain by destroying the human race?
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