Profile: Michael Corderoy

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Central Coast, 90klm's North of Sydney, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
I am 49 yrs old, carpenter by trade and now working with the disabled! I have been intetrested in Seti and UFO's Since i experianced seeing one that had landed near a main road with 3 tall beings walking around when i was about 14 and mum was driving me to school, everyone in the car saw it but we said nothig, since then i have been hooked and know we are not alone! I know the day will come when contact will be made when 'they' feel we are ready!
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I like to be involved since i had the above experiance in some small way and this way i feel i am helping and being involved in something bigger than all of us here on Earth!
I feel the governments of some countries are being very nieve not to support something like SETI, the millions they waste on projects that go no where would be better used in the search for life else where out there and also to help search for any astroids that will come our way and work out how to prevent them from hitting us!

When we make contact they may even be able to help us on that issue!
Allow one home pc to do more than job at a time, at times i have 5-8 jobs waiting to be scanned and sent off, if i could do 2 pr 3 at a time and every other private computer could do the same you would have 2-3 times more results coming in that is already analysed which would otherwise take 32-3 times longer to do and maybe save many years of doing this. the nine years i have been doing this would have been equel to doing it for almost 20 - 30yrs if i could double or triple my work load.
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