|I've had SETI running on my computers since I owned my first PC! SETI@home member since 16 May 2003:|
Virginia Tech 2008-2011 | Temple University 2011-2014 | University of Maryland 2014-
Computers! IBUYPOWER i7 + nVidiaGTX760, ASUS G73 Gaming Laptop, Toshiba Satellite A665, AmdX2 4200, P4 2.4c, My Previous Gaming Machine, P4 2.8E, and the first computer I assembled myself - a P3 667 (Finally Donated 3/15/2015)
Warm Regards, Rob
|Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home|
|I have been a member of SETI at home for a long time. Only in the last 2-3 years had I started putting it on numerous computers on my home network and various other installations.|
There is no doubt that there is other intelligent life in the Universe, finding it may take a long time, I just hope they don't find us soft on the outside, crunchy on the inside. 8-)
I really wish the government would get off it's ass and stop spending money on exploratory satellites and rocket propulsion. I know mars is made of rocks, I don't need to see it up close. Sink all the money into faster than light drive systems and artificial gravity research. Without being able to create artificial gravity on a large scale, there is no way they can produce and maintain a large fusion reaction to power the engines needed to get into outer space. With artificial gravity, we can do zero g manufacturing right here on the planet.
Bush wants to go to Mars? Let him and his oil buddies pay for it, not me.
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