In addition to containing the organization's 2007 financial report and 2008 budget, this latest annual report, available for download from http://www.setileague.org/admin/report07.pdf, details The SETI League's program service accomplishments in the areas of Science, Technology, Public Education, and Media and Outreach. The report also includes The SETI League's Vision and Mission statements, its annual accountant's report, a Case for Support, acknowledgement of the organization's contributors, and an introduction of new members.
"Today," notes executive director H. Paul Shuch in his annual statement, "the overwhelming majority of experts envision a universe teeming with intelligent life, just waiting to be discovered... the existence of intelligent alien species is now accepted as a given. What remains to be determined is the When and the Where."
Largely using radio telescopes and optical telescopes, SETI scientists seek to determine whether humankind is alone in the universe. Since Congress terminated NASA's SETI funding in 1993, The SETI League and other scientific groups have privatized the research. Amateur and professional scientists interested in participating in the search for intelligent alien life, and citizens wishing to help support it, should email join_at_setileague_dot_org, check the SETI League Web site at http://www.setileague.org/, send a fax to +1 (201) 641-1771, or contact The SETI League, Inc. membership hotline at +1 (800) TAU-SETI. Be sure to provide us with a postal address to which we will mail further information. The SETI League, Inc. is a membership-supported, non-profit [501(c)(3)], educational and scientific corporation dedicated to the scientific Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence.
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