Profile: Rolando_Jose_Rodriguez

Personal background
9Im a teacher of Film and Television, Photography and Design Critics at the University of Panama, been working here for the last 7 years. Also as a private job I do documentaries for Television, some of it has been exported to Europe and Asia.
9Love to study History and Archeology as a hobby, and am working in my next documentary which is based on actual facts that ocured here in Panama around the XVII century, it will include reenacments and 3D computer animations.
9Im also a diver and that gets me busy at least one week a month, since there are a lot of places to dive here in Panama, I can choose to dive in either the Atlantic or the Pacific Ocean.
9Been with Seti since Version 1 and i think its a great idea to have all the help they could get form poeple around the world.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
9As someone i cant recall said "if we are the only intelligence life in the univer, its such a waste of space"
9I think there is extraterrestrial life, also think it will be radically different from what we think, it is known that many organis can live without sunlight, or even oxigen, in fact oxigen can be hazardous to us in the right amount at the right pressure. We tend to belive that life forms will be human like, and as the meteorite from mars may have show it life can come as bacterial or virus like form or size.
9As for benefits, they could be inmense, so are the hazards, just remember how mani indians die in America just for the maladies brought here with the conquistadors (viruela and the like).
9I think we should transmit, but just when we found something to transmit to. Personally i run seti at home becacuse I belive there must be someone out there lisening just as we are, and this is my way to give a little help to the project.
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