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    The SETI Institute: Denied by Controversy

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    extraterrestrials out there? While highly controversial, scientists with the help of SETI have proved that this is possible. In order to be prepared for the possible ETs, researchers at SETI work constantly to find answers. Because of the growing research that Extraterrestrial Intelligence is possible, SETI, a credible organization, should receive funding from the government to continue their research. The SETI Institute, a non-profit organization, was founded by Tom Pierson in 1984, beginning

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    UFO Controversy and People’s Beliefs

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    than society is letting us see. Works Cited Gildenberg, D, B. “A Roswell requiem.” Skeptic 1. 2003. 60. Print. Evans, Michael. “Did UFOs land or not? Sorry, we didn’t bother to check, says the FBI.” Times of London. 06 Apr 2013. 44. Print. SETI Institute. 13 Mar. 2014. www.seti.org “UFO Psychology.” Mysteries of Mind, Space, and Time. Westport, CT: Orbis Publishing Limited: 1992. 660-7. Print. “Unidentified flying object.” World Book Encyclopedia. 1998. 27. Print.

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    Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence

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    Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence, or SETI, is basically what the full name says. SETI is the search to find some sort of extra-terrestrial intelligence in the universe. The acronym SETI was actually made in the 1960’s and is used to describe the all of the radio signals from astronomers that are seeking evidence of some form of an intelligence life source out there. There is a very famous question in the world and what it asks is “Are we alone?” Well that is where SETI comes in. Before the twentieth century

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    The Existence of Intelligent Life

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    help answer the question, astronomers and scientists set up a program in search for extraterrestrial intelligence. This program, or SETI, was set up to verify, by observation that extraterrestrial life does exist. SETI tries to prove this by picking up and analyzing radio signals by means of satellites and advanced computers (Heidmann 116). The history of the SETI program is quite interesting. It started back in 1959 with the help of two famous Cornell University physicists, Guiseppi Cocconi and

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    Is there an ETI?

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    questions asked by SETI. Where are they? Why have they not come to our planet, even if it was to colonize it and enslave us. They should have come by now. There are many solutions to this paradox, first thought of by Enrico Fermi. One is that we are alone, one of the most implausible theories that science has ever seriously considered. All of the evidence says that they are in our universe somewhere, but we do not know where. The Fermi paradox has been the biggest problem to SETI. Why are not they

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    may have existed on Mars. Many scientists believe water did existed on the planet because three NASA rovers found rocks with appearance of channels, streams and even oceans spotted by orbiting satellites. A question was brought up to Richard Quinn, a SETI Institute researcher with Ames' Planetary Systems Branch, if Mars was a habitable environment? "Based on what we know about life in extreme environments, interpretations of mission results indicate that we are currently exploring habitable ancient

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    mankind are our assumption that what we do is the right, normal way, and our labeling of the improbable as impossible. Those flaws have led to the dismissal of the idea of life outside our solar system. Extremists, scientists, programs such as NASA’s SETI, and the everyday dreamer have kept their head up to the stars to catch a glimpse of any organism, “intelligent,” or not. Skeptics, however, have tried to abolish this idea due to the absence of proof. Any lack of “official” evidence does not terminate

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    Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence

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    different? So have the people of SETI. SETI is the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence. This study is basically all about discovering alien life forms in the universe. Originally, the program was called (CETI) Communications with Extra Terrestrial Intelligence, where it is now called (SETI) Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence. The acronym SETI was originally created in the late 1960’s, by some radio astronomer who were interested in discovering alien life forms. SETI is in fact, just a branch

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    Aliens. Extraterrestrial life. Humans have always had an interest in extraterrestrial intelligence. The speculation of extraterrestrial intelligence is popular these days both in mass culture and in science but belief in extraterrestrial intelligence goes back into ancient times. Extraterrestrial life is defined as life that does not originate from Earth. With the fascination of aliens among human, many became theorist. They believe that extraterrestrials with superior knowledge of science and engineering

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    The Question of Intelligent Life in Space Throughout the years, the alien has been one of the most popular topics in science fiction movies and books. In fact, a lot of people are getting interested and would like to know if there is really another kind of living creature out there in space. What do they look like? Where are they coming from? Will they come and attack Earth? All these questions are the most frequently asked by the general public. The main question that interests astronomers

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