I am the founder of The UFO Files. We are dedicated to finding the truth about UFOs, so come join us and help out.
I have always been a bit of a science and computer geek. I love anything that involves physics, biology, programming, and building computers. I'm currently most interested in M-theory and the study of the human body (I hope to become a heart surgeon).
My hobbies include things such as microscopy and amateur astronomy. I also love reading physics books, anatomy books and doing just about anything that involves a computer. One last thing that you should know about me... I'm nuts! No, seriously, ask anyone who knows me! :)
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I run SETI@Home because I truly believe that there is life out there somewhere. I have been interested in amateur astronomy for several years now and as I observe other galaxies millions of light years away I find it impossible to believe that we are the only life forms in this vast universe. I do find that some of the assumptions that we make about extraterrestrial life to be premature, but overall I feel that we are on the right path to finding ET. I personally feel that it is "immature" of us to assume that an alien life form will be made of the same stuff as us, evolve around the same concepts as us, and to assume that ET will need things such as water to survive. I feel that once we get past these assumptions that we tend to make we will have a much better chance of finding ET.