Thursday, November 02, 2006

Searching For Alien Lifeforms.

Where do you look for alien lifeforms
in the largely unexplored regions of our universe? Our spaceships today use rocket technology heavily dependant on liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen. Earths Ball of beings are a harmless prewarp civilisation.

Earthlings don't have warpspeed or even impulse drive in the 21st Century, (Sorry, thats Star Trek getting the better of me) the latter which will be someday, a major advance in spaceship design when the NASA smart guys or Stephen Hawkings figure it out. So its not a "where do we look" but a question of "how we look for lifeforms."

SETI @home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet Computers to Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). This link will take you to their homepage which is easy to understand and has a Q&A section. Free Seti software is available to download once you have made the decision to install it on your home computer. This means you can join in on the search for Alien Lifeforms.

Imagine being widely acknowledged as a point of first contact for a new alien species. Your name would become noteworthy in world history with due credit and world wide acclaim to follow. Here is an example of some of the SETI images available (in wallpaper size) on their website.
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