Profile: Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan


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Every time I read, watch or listen to Carl Sagan I am filled with renewed hope for humanity and a deeper wonder about this universe. SETI@home is the scientific experiment that most excites the imagination of people worldwide. My Profile Photograph that you see at the top of this Page. My Dad, Mother, two Brothers and Me. Location: Jackson Bay, 150 Air Kilometers (by float plane) North of Vancouver, Canada.

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As the ancient myth makers knew,
we humans are children equally of the earth and the sky.

In our tenure on this planet
we humans have accumulated dangerous evolutionary baggage,
propensities for aggression and ritual,
submission to leaders, hostility to outsiders,
all of which puts our survival in some doubt.
But we've also acquired compassion for others,
love for our children,
a desire to learn from history and experience
and a great soaring passionate intelligence,
the clear tools for our continued survival and prosperity.
Which aspects of our nature will prevail is uncertain,
particularly when our visions and prospects
are bound to one small part of the small planet Earth.
But up there in the Cosmos an inescapable perspective awaits.



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The World is my country
all of humanity ... My Brothers and Sisters
and to do good is my religion
we are one planet one world ... one species

National boundaries are not evident
when we view the Earth from space.
Fanatical ethnic or religious or national chauvinisms
are a little difficult to maintain
when we see our planet
as a fragile blue crescent fading to become
an inconspicuous point of light against
the bastion and citadel of the stars.

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the following ~ by Dwight D. Eisenhower

Every gun that is made, every warship launched,
every rocket fired signifies, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed,
those who are cold and not clothed.
This world in arms is not spending money alone.
It is spending the sweat of its laborers,
the genius of its scientists,
the hopes of its children.

Dwight D. Eisenhower,
From a speech before the:
American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 16, 1953

34th president of US 1953-1961 (1890 - 1969)

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this photo was taken by:
my father Leigh Hatch 1910-1980.

when he was sixteen years old.
and in his first year of University
at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
in the year 1926.
The location of the photo is:
the, Percival Edgar Hatch, Wheat farm, Purdue Saskatchewan Canada.
The date of the photo is 1926.





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There are not yet any obvious signs of extraterrestrial intelligence
and this makes us wonder whether civilizations like ours
always rush implacably, headlong, toward self-destruction.

National boundaries are not evident when we view the Earth from space.
Fanatical ethnic or religious or national chauvinisms
are a little difficult to maintain when we see our planet
as a fragile blue crescent fading
to become an inconspicuous point of light
against the bastion and citadel of the stars.

I think about this ...

our global civilisation is clearly
on the edge of failure and
the most important task we humans faces is
preserving the lives and well-being of its citizens
and the future habitability of the planet.

But if we're willing to live with the growing likelihood
of nuclear war
shouldn't we also been willing to explore vigorously
every possible means to prevent nuclear war.

Shouldn't we consider in every nation
major changes in the traditional ways of doing things?
a fundamental restructuring of:
economic
political
social
and
religious institutions

We've reached a point where there
can be no more special interests
or special cases, nuclear arms
threaten every person on the Earth.

Fundamental changes in society are
sometimes labelled impractical or
contrary to human nature,
as if nuclear war were practical
or as if there's only one human nature.

But fundamental changes can clearly be made
we're surrounded by them.

In the last two centuries
abject slavery which was with us for thousands
of years has almost entirely
been eliminated in a stirring
worldwide revolution.
Women, systematically mistreated
for millennia are gradually
gaining the political and
economic power traditionally denied them

and some wars of aggression
have recently been stopped or curtailed
because of a revulsion
felt by the people in the aggressor nations.

The old appeals
to racial, sexual, religious, chauvinism,
and to rabid nationalist fervor
are beginning not to work.

A new consciousness is developing
on planet Earth which
sees the Earth as a single organism
and recognizes that an organism
at war with itself is doomed.

History is full of people who out of fear
or ignorance or the lust for power
have destroyed treasures of immeasurable value
which truly belong to all of us

We must not let it happen again!

we know who speaks for the nations
but .............

who speaks for the human species ?
who speaks for planet earth ?

we speaks for Earth!

Our loyalties are to the species and the planet

Our obligation to survive and flourish
is owed not just to ourselves
but also to that Cosmos ancient
and vast from which we sprang.

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we humans are a very young and interesting species, an interesting mix.
We humans are capable of such beautiful dreams and such horrible nightmares.
We humans feel so lost, so cut off, so alone, only wer're not.

See, in all our searching, the only thing we've found that makes the emptiness bearable is each other


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My Profile Photograph (above)
that you see at the top of this Page

Location: Jackson Bay, 150 Air Kilometers (by float plane) North of Vancouver, Canada

date: 1953

  • my father: Leigh Hatch
  • my mother: Isabella Jean Bailey
  • my brother: Greig Thomas Hatch
  • my brother: Edgar Leigh Hatch
  • me: : Byron Leigh Hatch


I know I am supposed to write something about myself

but please forgive me

I would like to tell you about my father

My Dad was the most unselfish person

I have ever known or have ever read about

or have ever heard about he was always, cheerful, good natured

and he always has a kind word for every person he ever meet

he was open , honest , sincere and humble

he was a gentle soul, an intellectual, a soft spoken person

and a man of a quiet temperament, courage and a kind spirit

he was a university professor

an underground miner, Logger, Farmer, aircraft designer

he road the rails looking for work ...

during the Great depression in Canada 1930 - 1939

the hungry thirties and a Great drought on the Canadian parries

it did not rain on the Canadian Parries from 1930 - 1939

it was called the dust bowel ...

my granfather's farm where my dad grew up was 160 acres of Dry Land farming, wheat, oats, barley,

it had good well water that lasted all summer,

to keep the small garden growing,

the 160 acres of Dry Land farming, wheat, oats, barley ...

there was enougth moisture in the soil to sprot the 160 acres to grow the wheat but ...

the crop would fail ... drought and the dust bowel of the 1930's ... on the Canadian parries ...

he was a university professor

an underground miner, Logger, Farmer, aircraft designer

he road the rails looking for work ...

My Dad was a Graduate Civil Engineer,

my father volunteered for the Canadian Army on September 10, 1939,

that was the same day that our Parliament of Canada declared war on Hitler 1939

My father was , the most , humane , tolerant ,
understanding compassionate , kind , gentle
and the most , sympathetic , selfless
human being I have ever known
or have ever read about
or have ever heard about
he was always , cheerful, good natured
and he always has a kind word for
every person he ever meet
he was open , honest , sincere and humble

My Dad was my best friend
I ever had,
and I miss my Dad so terribly much
his Humanity
his Passion for Life and for Living and his Eloquence
will live in my memory for ever,
until the day I take my last breath on this planet Earth

about me ?

me :) ........ my High School Graduation Photo



me :) ........ my High School Graduation Photo

Hello everyone , thank you very much
for visiting my profile :-)
nice to meet you :-)
my name is Byron
a young Man at heart
friendly , cheerful , Good Natured , and respectful , by nature
I feel that life is too short
to sweat the small stuff

Tolerance, friendship, Respect,
Peace and Kindness to all
Be cheerful
Strive to be happy
thanks for reading this
friendly and respectful
Byron


born in Canada

I am retired now and living in:

Vancouver , British Columbia , Canada , Located on the Pacific West Coast of Canada



My personal background

I am .... a _human _

me and my ancestors _
have been living
for ...... hmmm ...... 2 or 3 Billion years
on this tiny planet
we humans call .. Earth
... 2 or 3 Billion years ... ago
my ancestors ........
were .......
tiny .... one cell
plants .. and ..
one cell.. animals

My Interests

everything _ :-)

to __ think __ to read _ to Wonder

___Computers ___

camping in the Bush ___ star watching ,
Astronomy ___ physics , Science
Mathematics , Womens Rights
Human Rights , Peace on Earth.

... detect .. a gravity wave .. ?
would it not gladden the heart
of Albert Einstein .. ?
and help all of humanity ?

Camping out in the Wilderness
and to look up at ... a clear ... dark night Sky
a blaze with the light of the Milky Way and millions of Bright Stars
and to ... think and Wonder ... where did everthing come from ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

and last but not least - - - my intrests includes the Ladies - hi Girls ___ ;-) ___

http://www.carlsagan.com/

Cosmos Promo - Carl Sagans Cosmos

One of my greatest joys , in my Life

is to be camping
out in the mountains , 400 miles from any lights ,
city or small town lights or any kind of lights ,
no Moon , Very Dark sky , laying on the ground ,
snug in my sleeping bag , my head comfortably resting on a pillow
and to look up at the dark night sky ,
a blaze with the light of the Milky Way and millions of Bright Stars .
and __ to __ think __ and Wonder

While the next _ WOW !! _ Signal ___ please click here _ for Explanation _ of the - WOW _ Signal _

may be a long time in coming ........ or

we could Receive the next WOW Signal in the next 5 Minuets

or even if it takes Generations of Humans ...... SETI@home is still worth while

The knowledge gained from any failure only contributes to successes
in science in the future. The human condition motivates us humans
to learn about everything and continue despite the overwhelming
odds until we humans finally succeed. Many of the things
we take for granted today , are the direct result of this human behavior.
Things like computers , light bulbs, telephones and airplanes
are among them

The only requirement is that we try.
The probability of success is difficult to estimate
but if we never try , the chance of success is , zero


I know I am supposed to write something about myself .......
but please forgive me ........
I would like to dedicate my user profile to my father and my Mother



my mother - Isabelle Jean Bailey

and

my father -- Leigh Hatch

were the best friends I ever had , in the whole world
I miss them so terrible much .......
their Love for each other
their Humanity and their Compassion
their Passion for Life and for Living and their Eloquence
will live on for ever in my memory
until the day .... I take my last breath on this planet Earth


the Carl Sagan Portal
Cosmos Promo - Carl Sagans Cosmos
some stars and planets in scale

about me ?

I know I am supposed to write something about myself .......
but please forgive me ........
I would like to dedicate my user profile to my dad [ my father ]
my father was the best friend I ever had , in the whole world
I miss him so terrible much .......
but he still lives in my memory .........
.......... and will until the day ..... I take my last breath on this planet Earth



my father was born on a farm near
Purdue , Saskatchewan , Canada


My Dad was a Graduate Civil Engineer
my father volunteered for the Canadian Army
on September 10, 1939,
that was the same day that our Parliament
of Canada declared war on Hitler 1939

My father was kind , soft spoken ....
and my Dad alway made people feel good
about themselves :-)
and Very Brave and Courageous Man ......
My Father .... had a Generosity of the spirit ...
My Dad .... was always helping people
... whenever someone needed help ....



my father was born on a farm near
Purdue , Saskatchewan , Canada


My father graduated from:
University of Saskatchewan in the city of Saskatoon
Province Saskatchewan , Canada
Graduated from University with Honors
99% average in all his University courses

my dad was a teacher, a professer of
Civil Engineering at
the University of Saskatchewan
in the city of Saskatoon , Canada

underground Miner
and started and built his own Family Logging Company
which he built up to 20 employees
Hatch Family Logging Company Company


on the Pacific West Coast of Canada

my great Mother was born on a farm , near
Melita , Ruperts ... Land __ Manitoba __ Canada __
in the year , 1853
Ruperts Land was latter sold to Canada
__ hmmm __ sometime between __ 1860 and 1870 ___ ? __ not sure
Ruperts Land , was larger then Europe and The British Isles combined
and became , Alberta , Saskatchewan , Manitoba , Yukon Territories
and the North West Territories __ Canada

if you would like to know about
Ruperts Land
then , please click the address/Link - below


http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/calgary/rupert.html

my father was the best Friend I ever had
___ a good and decent Man ___
and my dad was generous to fault
___ or is generosity a fault ?

My Dad was my best friend
I miss My Dad so terribly much
but he still lives in my memory
these attributes , as I describe in my Dad [My father]
are the ones I admire most in a person [ human being ]

My father was , the most , humane , tolerant ,
understanding compassionate , kind , gentle
and the most , sympathetic , selfless
human being I have ever known
or have ever read about
or have ever heard about
he was always , cheerful, good natured
and he always has a kind word for
every person he ever meet
he was open , honest , sincere and humble

My Dad was my best friend
I ever had,
and I miss my Dad so terribly much
his Humanity
his Passion for Life and for Living and his Eloquence
will live in my memory for ever,
until the day ........ I take my last breath on this planet Earth

my father was born on a farm near
Purdue , Saskatchewan , Canada
in the year , 1910

my grand father was born on a farm , near
Oak Lake , Manitoba , Canada
in in the year , 1880

my great Grand Mother was born on a farm , near
Melita , Ruperts Land __ Manitoba __ Canada __
in the year , 1853



Tolerance, friendship, Respect, Peace and Kindness to all

Carl Sagan is my hero ,
may his Humanity , his Eloquence , and his Passion for , Science , Life
and --- the Search for Extra terrestrial Intelligence --- Live For Ever

The most powerful computing network ever assembled
is about to enter a new design phase.
Drawing on Vast unused idle times
of more than four and half million home computers,
SETI@home currently gets about 46.10 Tera Flops / sec
and has cost only -- approximately -- $500,000 so far,
compared to staggering $100 million ... plus
required for high-end supercomputing.
the next generation of the SETI backbone,

called Boinc for:

Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network computing



is designed to make it easier
for other projects to generalize
this unique science architecture
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Albert Einstein --- Wrote the following:

The human mind ... is not capable of grasping the Universe
We are like a little child entering a huge library
The walls are covered to the ceilings
with books in many different tongues
The child knows that someone
must have written these books
the Child does not know who or how
It does not understand the languages
in which they are written
But the child notes a definite plan
in the arrangement of the books
a mysterious order which it does not comprehend
but only dimly suspects

A human being is a part of a whole
called by us humans as the universe
a part limited in time and space
we humans experiences our selfs
our thoughts and feelings
as something separated from the rest...
a kind of optical delusion of our consciousness.
This delusion is a kind of prison for us humans
restricting us to
our personal desires and to affection
for a few persons nearest to us.


__ therefore ___

Our task ...... as humans ........
must be to free ourselves from this prison
by widening our circle of compassion
to embrace all living creatures
and the whole of nature
in its beauty.


I love the __ bush __

Also My Great Grandfather Hatch was also gold prospector.

that is why I like SETI@hone , and prospecting
in both cases , ya gotta be an eternal optimist !

My Grandfather was Born on the Canadian -- prairies in , 1880 , and
he participated , along with thousand of other people , from all over the World ,
in The Great Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 , on the Klondike River
Yukon territories , Canada. ---- In 1898

My Grandfather , along With my great uncle Tom , Climbed over the
Chilkoot Pass , in the year of 1898
(elevation gain of over 600 meters (2,000 feet) in the middle
of the Canadian Winter , the Chilkoot Trail runs through Alaska
United States of America , to the Canadian -- Boarder , Yukon Territories , Canada.

The Canadian North-West Mounted Police
were waiting at the top of the Chilkoot Pass .
The Canadian North-West Mounted Police , were quickly called upon
to keep order among some of the roughest customers one could imagine!
They also had to enforce a hastily enacted law that every
person traveling to the Yukon Territories
had to carry at least a years provisions which amounted to 900 kg (2,000 lbs)
of supplies. If you did not have 900 kg (2,000 lbs) of supplies ,
you were not , permitted to enter Canada ,
and you were sent back to Alaska , U.S.A.
Only the hardy could expect to make the grueling trek !

The Chilkoot Pass is 53 kilometers (33 miles) in length and runs
between Dyea, Alaska , U.S.A. , 14 kilometers (9 miles)
east of Skagway, Alaska , U.S.A. .... to Bennett Lake in British Columbia Canada
then on to , the Klondike River in the Yukon territories , Canada , and the gold !!

all this took place in the year of 1898 !

To make a Long story short
My Grandfather and great uncle Tom found some gold
in The Great Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 , on the Klondike River , Yukon , in Canada
gold enough to Returned to the
Canadian prairies , Saskatoon , Province of Saskatchewan
and Buy a 160 acre wheat farm in , 1899

The World is my country all mankind are my brethren
and to do good is my religion Thomas Paine
The Age of Reason
- American Revolutionary - War -1774

when I , retire , I want to go back to the YUKON --- in , CANADA
and build a Log cabin
Look up at all the , BILLIONS of , stars
in the night sky , and think and wonder ................

Go placidly amid the noise and the haste,
and remember what peace there may be in silence.
As far as possible without surrender
be on good terms with all persons.
Speak your truth quietly and clearly;
and listen to others,
even to the dull and the ignorant,
they too have their story.
Avoid loud and aggressive persons,
they are vexations to the spirit.

If you compare yourself with others,
you may become vain or bitter;
for always
there will be greater and lesser persons
than yourself.
Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
Keep interested in your own career,
however humble;
it is a real possession
in the changing fortunes of time.

Exercise caution in your business affairs,
for the world is full of trickery.
But let not this blind you to what virtue there is;
many persons strive for high ideals,
and everywhere life is full of heroism.
Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love;
for in the face of all aridity
and disenchantment it is as perennial
as the grass.
Take kindly the counsel of the years,
gracefully surrendering the things of youth.

nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings.
many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness
Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself.
You are a child of the universe,
no less than the trees and the stars;
you have a right to be here.
And whether or not it is clear to you,
no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.

Therefore, be at peace with God,
whatever you conceive Him to be.
And whatever your labors and aspirations
in the noisy confusion of life,
keep peace in your soul.
With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams;
it is still a beautiful world
Be cheerful
Strive to be happy



Tolerance, friendship, Respect, Peace and Kindness to all

Be cheerful
Strive to be happy
thanks for reading this

friendly and respectful
byron

:-)

My Grandfather , along With my great uncle Tom , Climbed over the
Chilkoot Pass , in the year of 1898
(elevation gain of over 600 meters (2,000 feet) in the middle
of the Canadian Winter , the Chilkoot Trail runs through Alaska
United States of America , to the Canadian -- Boarder , Yukon Territories , Canada.

this photo was taken by:
my father Leigh Hatch 1910-1980.

when he was seventeen years old.
and in his first year of University
at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
in the year 1927.
The location of the photo is:
the, Percival Edgar Hatch, Wheat farm, Purdue Saskatchewan Canada.
The date of the photo is 1927.



this photo was taken by:
my father Leigh Hatch 1910-1980.

when he was seventeen years old.
and in his first year of University
at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
in the year 1927.
The location of the photo is:
the, Percival Edgar Hatch, Wheat farm, Purdue Saskatchewan Canada.
The date of the photo is 1927.

the people in the Photo are:

My Grandfather: Percival Edgar hatch-(in the drivers seat of the tractor)- 1882-1933.
My Aunt: Eveleen Hatch, she was approx - five year old.
My Uncle: Charles H. Hatch, he was approx - fourteen year old.
My Uncle: Doug Hatch, he was approx - sixteen year old.

this photo was taken by:
my father Leigh Hatch 1910-1980.

when he was sixteen years old.
and in his first year of University
at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
in the year 1926.
The location of the photo is:
the, Percival Edgar Hatch, Wheat farm, Purdue Saskatchewan Canada.
The date of the photo is 1926.

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
SETI - the scientific experiment that most excites the imagination of people worldwide

I'm pleased to be allowed to participate in this scientific experiment SETI@home/AstroPulse

I think that the: New __ SETI@home _ Enhanced _ Multibeam _ and _ astropulse _ Applications _ 6.xx

is an excellent idea , because hopefully it will provide the project scientists:

Dr. Eric J. Korpela
Dr. Dan Werthimer
Dr. David P. Anderson
Dr. Matt Lebofsky
Dr. Jeff Cobb
Dr. Kevin Douglas

with more and interesting scientific data




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Let's hear it for Radio Astronomy !

Posted on June 20, 2007 @ 23:45:39 EDT
Author Steve Maran

Posted on June 20, 2007 @ 23:45:39 EDT
Author Steve Maran

Two events this week one happy and one sad remind me of how many great discoveries have come from radio astronomy, a field of surpassing contributions that is barely known to the general public.

The happy event- a conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, which ends today, June 21, in Charlottesville, VA.

The sad event- the death of Kenneth Franklin, who with a single co-worker, made one of the spectacular early findings in radio astronomy

the entirely unexpected 1955 discovery that powerful bursts of radio waves come from the planet Jupiter.

Ken died at age 84 in Colorado Monday night, June 18, the day the conference opened in Virginia.

Hubble Space Telescope gets the lions share of astronomy publicity and I am not taking anything away from Hubble and NASA - it is been arguably the single most important telescope in astronomy since old Galileo started telescopic viewing all almost 400 years ago.

But while Hubble is a household word, how many folks know that radio telescopes gave us all these great discoveries?

**The first known planets beyond the solar system (planets of the pulsar PSR B1257+12 in Virgo, found in 1991, four years before Swiss astronomers found the first planet of an ordinary sunlike star.

**Pulsars themselves, discovered in 1967, which turned out to be the neutron stars theorized to exist in the 1930s by several visionary astronomers and physicists including J. Robert Oppenheimer, who later built the atomic bomb.

**Quasars, discovered in the early 1960s, which turned out to be nothing less than supermassive black holes, millions to billions times more massive than the “ordinary” stellar-mass black holes which had been theorized earlier, but which were not discovered until much latter. Optical telescopes were needed to figure out what quasars were, but their very existence was revealed by radio astronomy.

**And how about this one from the old Bell Telephone Laboratories? The discovery of the cosmic background radiation, the glow from the Big Bang.

Two radio astronomers shared the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physics for that baby

and two others shared the 2006 Noble Prize recently for sophisticated measurements of the glow made with NASA's COBE satellite. (See my earlier blog on The Story Behind the Nobel Prize )

*The first observations of good if indirect evidence for the existence of gravitational radiation, as predicted from Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.

That earned the 1993 Nobel Prize in Physics for a pair of radio astronomers. They were cited for the discovery of a new type of pulsar, a discovery that has opened up new possibilities for the study of gravitation.

And then there was the 1974 Nobel Prize, split between a radio astronomer who invented new methods of observation and another who was involved in the discovery of pulsars in the first place.

**The structure of our Milky Way Galaxy was not known in any great detail before radio astronomers began observing the radio emissions of hydrogen in interstellar space at a wavelength of 21 centimeters.

Doppler shifts of the hydrogen radiation showed how fast various parts of the Milky Way are turning and allowed astronomers to map the space locations of the various spiral arms of the Galaxy.

That is one of the more esoteric contributions of radio astronomy, but one appreciated and honored by all astronomers who know their stuff.

**Radio astronomy has revealed dozens of molecules in interstellar space, containing up to 13 atoms apiece, according to NRAO radio astronomer, Claire Chandler, who spoke at a press conference in Charlottesville on June 18. These findings include some of the chemical building blocks of life as we know it. Another of the molecules studied by radio astronomy, carbon monoxide, is noxious on Earth, but a blessing in space. It acts as a tracer of the cold and dark giant molecular clouds in whose inky depths stars are born, around which planets form.

Besides the above discoveries and hundreds of others, do not forget that radio astronomy is the principal base of that single form of space research that most excites the imagination of people worldwide:

SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Remember Contact, the 1997 movie version of a Carl Sagan novel, in which Jodie Foster attempted contact with aliens? In early scenes, she worked with the great radio telescope, the 1000-foot great bowl at Arecibo, Puerto Rico.

Then her efforts shifted to another National Radio Astronomy Observatory Very Large Array, the Y-shaped set of big dish antennas on the Plains of San Agustin in New Mexico.

It's now clear that there are millions of planetary systems throughout our Galaxy. Some must be inhabited and one day we will hear from one of them.

At the conference in Charlottesville on Monday, I shook hands with Frank Drake, author of the famous Drake Equation about the probability of contacting interstellar civilizations. He began the serious SETI efforts in 1960 with an antenna at the NRAO’s facility in Green Bank, West Virginia. And I saw many other pioneers, including Robert Wilson, who shared the 1978 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation, and Bernard Burke, the co-discoverer with Kenneth Franklin in 1955 of the radio bursts from Jupiter. I think all the living past and present directors of the NRAO were there, and I managed to greet all of them too.

These pioneers, and hundreds of other radio astronomers around the world, some living and some now long gone, deserve our thanks for opening up a huge new window on the Universe that has enriched our knowledge so tremendously.

In just five years time, two of the most powerful facilities in radio astronomy history should be completed, ALMA (the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array, at very high altitude in Chile amidst the driest desert on Earth) and EVLA (Extended Very Large Array, which takes the New Mexico telescope to new heights of sensitivity through the installation of modern electronics as a major technological upgrade). I hope to be around to share in the excitement as they reveal much that is as yet unknown about the Universe.

http://www.livescience.com:80/blogs/2007/06/20/lets-hear-it-for-radio-astronomy/

Posted on June 20, 2007 @ 23:45:39 EDT
Author Steve Maran


Let's hear it for Radio Astronomy !

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Let's hear it for Radio Astronomy !

Byron: Thanks for posting that. NRAO is indeed a leading force in my field. Too bad the author forgot that Jodie Foster went to Arecibo first, then the VLA. I like what he wrote about the 21 cm line, that it's not a glory-seeking field but everyone understands its importance. Just today my 144th and final SETHI datacube finished, so this mammoth project just passed a huge milestone. I've updated my SETHI webpage to commemorate this achievement.

So what's next? First, get a paper submitted describing this survey. Then in a few weeks time Matt should split the final HI tape, and the SETHI database will be declared "complete." Then after I get back from my road trip I'll apply my "blacklist" to the cubes, correcting any pixels that suffered from having errant spectra in them the first time around.


Kevin


Dr. Kevin Douglas, Postdoctoral research associate
Kevin is a radio astronomer, specializing in the study of the interstellar medium.
Kevin is an expert at observing Galactic hydrogen with the Arecibo multibeam receiver called ALFA,
to which SETI@home recently installed its new data recorder.

Kevin is married, with one son. You can read more about Kevin's interests by visiting his Home page


http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/show_user.php?userid=8339350
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I'm nearly at a loss for words. Today I learned that a grant proposal for the GALFA project has received funding from the NSF...
Kevin
.....................................
Congrats all round!
And change is good, so long as you can keep pace with it
So... s@h is collecting data from ALFA... How is the data collected for GALFA different? Or used differently?
Is there a link to a good summary for GALFA?
Martin
....................................
Thanks Martin and everyone else for the good spirits. To answer your GALFA question: there are multiple backends at Arecibo that can record simultaneously. SETI@home has its own data recorder, and for HI obs with GALFA we have a separate spectrometer, which we call GALSPECT. That spectrometer was built by people with SETI@home ties too: Dan, Jeff Mock, others. If you look at the GALFA Website you can read about other GALFA science besides Galactic HI - there are continuum and radio-recombination line surveys in the planning stages, but the GALFA-HI is the only group that's done a lot of observations to this point. And then of course ALFA is used for other things besides Galactic surveys, like pulsar research and extragalactic observations too.

I'm taking the Kelowna job!
.........................................

.....

Thanks Martin and everyone else for the good spirits.
I'm taking the Kelowna job!

.....

Kevin

Kevin , My very best wishes to you and your family ... in your new _University of British Columbia___ Kelowna___Canada__ job!

Kind Regards
Byron
Vancouver
Canada

Vancouver____Pacific West Coast of Canada

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"The Millennial Project".
http://www3.sympatico.ca/n.rieck/docs/millennial_project.html
a human endeavor that will last a thousand years...

I have just read a book that has shattered my previously defeatist view of starvation, overpopulation and pollution. The book is titled: "The Millennial Project: Colonizing the Galaxy in Eight Easy Steps" by Marshall T. Savage and can be found in the science section of most book stores or on the internet at one of the web sites listed below.
Don't let the title fool you; this book is based upon currently available technology (or a few very small extrapolations) and all facts presented are heavily (727) referenced. After reading chapter one (Aquarius), I went to sleep thinking that there still may be hope for Earth and humanity. If you never do anything else, at least read this book or buy it as a gift for someone else. And when you're finished, be sure to pass it on to a friend or colleague so that these ideas will touch as many fertile minds as possible. The future of the Earth, and humanity, is in our hands.

Teaser 1: Virtually free electrical energy can now be generated from an OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Converter) which is a machine to collect solar energy from the our oceans. Imagine a ring of floating OTECs strung around the equator feeding electrical power to the worlds continents.
Teaser 2: NASA's current launch locations and technology are wrong. NASA launches too far from the equator (where the surface has the largest velocity relative to space); NASA launches too close to sea level where the lower atmosphere is the thickest; NASA's first stage chemical boosters should be replaced with a 'OTEC powered' maglev; The author has picked several sites - one of them is an extinct volcano in Africa.

"The Millennial Project"

http://www3.sympatico.ca/n.rieck/docs/millennial_project.html

a human endeavor that will last a thousand years...


"I am proud to be a human being. I believe that we have come this far by the skin of our teeth. That we always make it just by the skin of our teeth, but that we will always make it. Survive. Endure. I believe that this hairless embryo with the aching, oversize brain case and the opposable thumb, this animal barely up from the apes will endure. Will endure longer than his home planet -- will spread out to the stars and beyond, carrying with him his honesty and his insatiable curiosity, his unlimited courage and his noble essential decency.
This I believe with all my heart."

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(This text is from a message board thread I started on December 10, 2005.)

I keep seeing in these forum threads various valid complaints. Here are some reasons off the top of my head that SETI@home Classic is shutting down, and other facts of life that may very well address your particular concern:

1. SETI@home Classic has no funding at this point. Hasn't had it for years now. Costs about $500,000/year at a minimum to run the thing. SETI@home as we know it now is coasting on fumes until (hopefully) more funding somehow appears. BOINC has funding. Therefore, putting SETI@home on BOINC has given it at least some life in the past two years, and is really the only chance for any kind of future.

2. SETI@home Classic was supposed to be a 3 or 4 year project to begin with. So it's well past its proposed lifespan with no money added to keep it going.

3. The science in SETI@home Classic is basically over. We collected more than enough data with the current instrument. We have a new data recorder close to finished and a new BOINC client will be in the works to analyze this data. To keep Classic going would mean compiling a new Classic client to analyze this data. It's been a loooong time since a new Classic client has been built. The code is stale, and the build machines are ancient and painful to use (if they even exist anymore).

4. The SETI@home Classic backend is a tangled mess. There have been many problems over the years, most of which were invisible to the participants. None of these problems were fatal to the project or its science, but have resulted in an obnoxious web of ridiculous dependencies, confusing configurations, and unweildy databases. I am practically drooling dreaming of day when we get to turn all that stuff off and be done with it already. The BOINC backend is sooooo much easier to deal with.

5. The current crises are just par for the course in the history of our SETI project and public resource computing. Things break, deep breaths are taken, and they get fixed eventually. This isn't good for making our participants happy of course, but we do our best with what we got and so far our user base has stuck with us through the painful periods (thank you!!!).

6. BOINC was written so you can connect to other projects when there are server issues with a specific project. This is a good thing. SETI@home Classic has no such ability.

7. BOINC credit, while not perfect (though we're working on that), is much more fair in that it represents actual work done, and is valid between projects which do all kinds of different work. There is no way to translate Classic credit to BOINC credit, and so this will never happen. Classic credits will be noted in a separate field in a user profile (and will be eventually sync'ed up again after Classic shuts down).

8. Though I don't have any accurate numbers to back this up, I personally feel that so far SETI@home/BOINC has had more uptime on average than Classic. We had science database crashes every week at times back in the day, several whole weeks when we were down for database recovery or because somebody stole a cable, network bandwidth issues that brought us down for months. And these were just the public-facing downtime events (among but a few).

9. There is no tech support on staff. I end up with dozens of e-mails a day from people who figured out how to reach me. If I dealt with all these, that would occupy about 15-20% of my time. I don't have this time and neither does anybody else around here. Many of these e-mails go unaswered. Sad but true, and I personally find this painful but part of the big picture.

10. Yes, we can do better in the PR department. See #9 above. Don't have the staff or the money to add the staff. And it's not so easy to add news items to the page. I can't be bothered to go into detail why. I leave this as an exercise for the reader to figure out why.

11. The staff is small. Me and Jeff are continually up to our necks dealing with everything. We've both been here working on SETI long before SETI@home came around, so we both are well versed in every aspect of the "big picture" around here. Bob, the main database guy, actually only works half time. Court is busy dealing with various long term network/systems projects that Jeff and I can't handle since we're diagnosing, debugging, programming, or maybe actually getting science done. David and Rom (and other various programmers) strictly work on BOINC code. Eric works overtime on other non-SETI projects when he's not building the next SETI@home client. Dan, the project director, is spending a lot of time building spectrometers for other projects because that's where the money is. Outside of current academics (Kevin and Josh) working on other applications of SETI data, and students helping Dan build hardware that's it here at the lab. No administrative staff, no tech writers. When it comes time to fill out a new grant proposal, we all drop everything and work on that, for example.

12. If anybody complains elsewhere about any of the above, please be kind and point them to this post. People have the right to be upset with us since they are kindly donating their resources to us. However, there is a lot of misinformation or misunderstanding about this project and I hope I cleared some of it up.

Dr. Matt Lebofsky

Now I'm off to bed.
Going to LA tomorrow --- (Saturday)






Byron Leigh Hatch Speaking now
Matt has a Gig in LA as a professional musician
on the weakend
then come back Monday
to work as a Scientist
at SETI@home and other Scientific Projects
at the Space Science Laboratories
University of California
Berkeley , USA

Scientist like Matt and all Scientist and staff
working at SETI@home and Boinc
should be paid a decent salary.
but because
SETI@home has no Government Funding (funding is by private donation)
and by donations of Computers and other equipment from sponsoring Corporations.
there is very little Money to pay the Salaries of the Scientists
it costs approximately $ 500,000 US Dollars a year to run SETI@home
so there is very little Money to go around
End of Byron Leigh Hatch Speaking

Be back Sunday night.
Dr. Matt Lebofsky

Project scientist
Project administrator
Project developer
Forum moderator

----- _Matt_

_Matt_ Lebofsky, Software developer and system administrator
Matt is a computer scientist working on SETI since 1997.
More detail about what he does can be found _here_

Matt is also a _professional musician_ - a multi-instrumentalist composer and recording engineer
that tours with rock bands and performs at weddings,
conventions, etc.
In spare time he's probably hiking, backpacking, or rock climbing.

Matt Lebofsky

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God bless Lisset V�zquez Meizoso and her family

a Very Beautiful Lady ... a Very Beautiful Woman ... and a Very Beautiful family

hello to -- Lisset V�zquez Meizoso

My Very Best Wishes to Lisset and your family
I admire so much , people like your self .. that can speak a second language
and all the people on the message boards , from Europe , that speak two or three languages ...
... and I live in a Bi Lingual Country ... Canada ... and failed .. English .. in high school ___ :(

Byron

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Lisset V�zquez Meizoso ---posted the following kind words to me:
on the SETI@home Message board
in respose to my saying hello to her (Lisset V�zquez Meizoso)
Posted : - 27 - April - 2005 10:35:44 UTC

Hello Byron

You certainly speak a second language, the language of kindness, understanding
It doesn't matter if it's written in english , french or Spanish.
People are so busy ... being nasty , unpleasant and meam ... to one another ...
that sometimes ...
I have wondered if there were people like you left.
As I can now see , there's a still hope for our Species.

Lisset V�zquez Meizoso

thank you Lisset V�zquez Meizoso ... for your kind words
Kind Regards
Byron

God bless Lisset V�zquez Meizoso and her family

a Very Beautiful Lady ... a Very Beautiful Woman ... and a Very Beautiful family

Tolerance, friendship, Respect,
Peace and Kindness to all
Be cheerful
Strive to be happy
friendly and respectful
Byron


Climate scientists overwhelmingly agree - [99.9 %] -
that man made greenhouse gases are warming the planet
accelerating the melt of Greenland's ice
and yet resistance to the idea appears to have hardened
among many Americans. Why? "The desire to disbelieve deepens ...

the above ~ by Carl Sagan

Dear fellow citizens of planet Earth Hello. I think the most important task we humans face on planet earth is preserving the future habitability of planet Earth and preserving the lives and well-being of all the citizens of planet Earth. I think a new consciousness is developing on planet Earth which sees the Earth as a single organism and recognizes that an organism at war with itself is doomed. We humans must protect the only home we have . We must protect the habitat that sustains us. We Humans just have to figure out a way to do that.

Sincere Best Wishes
Byron
Pacific West Coast of Canada


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