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  • Acronym of communication with extraterrestrial intelligence.

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Examples

  • The last one had been an elaborate hoax on the CETI team, over in the other building.

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  • Plus I asked Joe if that's where he first encountered the phrase and he replied in the affirmative, adding that the working title for THE HEROES was in fact THIS IS CETI ALPHA V!

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  • Carl Sagan's CETI group should check the coordinated blue shift and red shift "variations" for intelligent messages.

    The Birdcage

  • XII TAU CETI By the time we were a few light-hours from Tan Ceil we knew that we had not drawn a blank; by stereo and doppler-stereo Harry Gates had photographed half a dozen planets.

    Time For The Stars

  • CETI, a nonprofit organization, refurbishes and recycles a litany of consumer electronics, from answering machines and modems to TVs and tape players.

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  • Florence Raulin-Cerceau of the Alexandre Koyre Center in Paris has documented the early attempts at communication with extraterrestrial intelligence (CETI), or what is now often called active SETI.

    YOUR NEW REALITY

  • The Trustee report provides a range of estimates as to when CETI will be achieved.

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  • This one plots the timing of CETI based on the Fund's Base Case assumptions.

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  • The Funds capacity to buy any new Treasury securities will be eliminated in a few years following achieving CETI.

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  • CETI is important to us now, as that will be the demarcation point for a very long slide in the dynamics of the Fund.

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