As someone who didn't know a lot about space, I thought the fact that we looked across a massive frequency range to look for extraterrestrial life was really interesting. This of course could lead to a larger amount of uncertainty, which was also discussed, which I also thought was interesting. I wonder how one can quantify this uncertainty - we have discussed the importance of thinking a lot about uncertainty when making predictions, but I think it is important to be able to quantify uncertainty in our thinking, so I would ask Jill Tarter how to quantify the uncertainty when we are searching for extraterrestrial life. I also thought her opinion that we will never be completely reliant on robot technology to explore space and search for extraterrestrial life was really interesting, because one would think that as technology evolves, the things we do in terms of exploring space ourselves would also decrease. I would ask Jill Tarter how she thinks the evolution of AI will change this. It also brings up interesting thoughts about how computation/AI/technology increases uncertainty, in my opinion, when exploring!