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Only a few people really used it and there was time between their observing programs. In our previous administration we had a faith-based-science.

How often have you been contacted by journalists since your discovery? We, the members of the SETI community, always say that we reserve the right to get smarter. Messerschmid Professor J.

Whenever I said this to Freeman Dyson he has just chuckled. Have a look at the designs for the dishes! At the time there were blank hours on observing schedule of that telescope.

– Professor Michel Mayor ()

It ind not a good way to run une country, and it is not a good way to sustain as an intelligent population. The latest extremophile appeared only a month ago — a monumental creature from hell. To my mind it is logical that a very highly developed technology would seize any chance to communicate and therefore use not only the whole electromagnetic spectrum, but also gravitational waves and neutrinos to be successful.

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The point is that it might be possible for evolution operating in different environments to produce telescopes and built transmitters like the ones we have — the manufactured technology, based lehrbhch physics, might be the same even if the biology is not. My proposal was turned down at first. It is extraordinary frustrating for us. We are an emerging technology in very old galaxy. It is a home for research scientists who actually go out and compete for their own funding with grants they are not paid to teach, there is no tenure aatronomie they are scientists who really are passionate about research.

“Seeking for earthlike planets”

So the preliminary catalog of potentially habitable world from the Kepler data release is mostly correct. The technique we use now has a xer of possibilities to detect massive exoplanets.

I think that could be a problem unless it is immediately made clear that we will form a global organization to share the information with everyone. I think that the interest in SETI is probably kelines higher now that exoplanets are so much popular in the news.

The rest are astrobiologists and education specialists who are funded by the traditional grant process like NASA etcetera.

We reserve the right to get smarter!

This must have been the most frustrating situation for you in your career. And we are really excited about to doing that. But the SETI people have a very low chance to earn something. The software used by Geoffrey Marcy and Paul Butler was very slow and time-consuming. There is still a lot of work to do but potentially habitable worlds are numerous. Obviously it depends on how often the website is updated. But if they succeed in their experiments some day the importance of their discovery will be extremely huge.

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No, only five scientists are working directly with me. I am on the Kepler Science Working Group and am privileged to have some early information. The most important task for future will be to find a planet which is similar to earth. We have to get smarter.

Asgrophysik time the situation was a little bit crazy. Gerhard Thiele Professor G. I like to be in contact with these kind of people.

But Seth Shostak wrote in his last good book we should send the whole content of the Word-Wide-Web into space. Maybe in 10 years, probably in 15 years we will detect the first earth-like-planet.