>From a scientific standpoint, what is your understanding as to what Sagan
contributed in SETI? For example: new methods for undertaking the search;
actual searches; and so on. I am not referring to writing essays and books
based upon other peoples ideas, or popularizing those ideas.
I considered this question back when I was at Cornell and the only thing I
could find was the SETI done with Frank Drake of M33--which Drake actually did
the observing on. Memory may not serve; it is possible he was involved in
presenting the (bogus) argument about the advantages of the 'water hole' in
the microwave window. I would consider that an (outdated) but worthwhile
What did YOU find?