|One of our Scientific Advisory
Board members, Neil Boucher, recently indicated that he thought
we should also be looking at the negative aspects of the Seti
program. By this, he meant that we should not be ignoring the
interesting and often enlightening aspects of papers from
individuals and organizations that feel strongly about why the
SETI Program will fail.
|Most scientific research
projects tend to look at many aspects of their work and even
though the participants tend to be more biased towards the
success of their efforts, they need to look at the negative
aspects as well. We have decided to post interesting papers and
articles that lean towards the negative aspects of SETI in this
section and we invite the lodgement of papers in this regard. We
will vet all works submitted prior to posting on the site to
ensure that they fit into the theme of the SETI discussion.
IS MICROWAVE THE ANSWER ??
IS ANYONE OUT THERE? NYET !!
HOW TO FIND
AN ALIEN. Could this be the answer??? an essay by Matthew
|We will not post material that
is of a controversial religious, or political nature as these
issues are more suited to other forums.
|Incidentally, a negative result
to the SETI projects around the world will not mean that the
SETI project has been a failure. The advancement of knowledge
through scientific research does not always turn up the expected
results. A negative result still provides the researchers with
data that can allow the modification of the experiment in a
positive manner even though the outcome will be not the expected
|We invite you to contribute by
emailing your articles to
|The Directors and Scientific
Advisory Board members of The Seti Research & Community
Development Institute Limited.