Profile: Sid Morris

Personal background

I am Sid Morris.
I was born in Texas. As a child my grandfather got me interested in astronomy.
Then I got my daughter interested. She was able to live at McDonald observitory and give tours as part of her studies at UT , in the early 90s, and did the things I wanted to do in my early life. I had the awsome opportunity to look through the eyepiece of the 102" telescope as an astronomer set it for different objects. The astronomer was an asteroid tracker and his asteroids were not visible at that time, so there I was and I was spell-bound. Now I am helping to look for any sign of life beyond our earth. I am certain that it does exist. In infinity anything is possible. Yes! we are not alone.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
As earlier stated, I do know that in Gods' infinite universe, all things are possible, and as a human being, I will never put handcuffs on the works of God.
There are so many that do. That is one of the many negative things in the world that make the human race keep from truly advancing by helping each other instead of making war.
I have always been a deep thinker, and wish there were more open minds in this world. For if there were, so many wonderful things would open up for all mankind. Peace is a possibility if (big if) the human race could find that we all pray to the one God of the universe. I think that God is the universe and all infinte things that exist in it. So truly, like movie said;" It sure would be an awful waste of infinite space, if we were the only intelligent life in Gods' Universe."
Sid Morris, 1/12/08

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