Profile: Jimmie Stolz

Personal background
Being a single disabled father of seven with one ten year old left at home I can now say if a child can do it, I've done it! I live my life for my children and thats the most important objective (to see them happy)! Born and raised in New Jersey, but I hope to move on to a different State ASAP! With hope at that time to be able to go on with my life and enjoy what I enjoy most, The Stars! Knowing I'll never be able to look out of a spaceship's window and see the stars we look at every night, the one thing I can do is look through my telescope and be just as close in my dreams!

Along for the ride!
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
If I had to answer the question "Why do I run SETI@home?" I would have to answer with another question: Is Man really looking for Man himself? I feel if I can help in just one small way, this is the way I choose. Finding that one signal that would change the world as we know it, how much better could it be? So here I am since Dec. 1999 and I will continue till that day comes or till I can't be of help!

My views about the project is if I didn't believe in what I was doing I wouldn't be doing it! I'm just glad I can be a part of a project as important as this project is! Just imagine if we found out we are here because of our ancestors! Like I said: "Man looking for Man himself!"

Suggestions: Some are able to run multiple computers to run SETI and some don't have the means to do that. Can't Bonic be set up to run multiple units for SETI? It would be like running multiple projects but without limiting computer usage and allowing the computer owner to dedicate what they would like to SETI!
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