Profile: {BDC} Abbs


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Alright. I'm a South Korean programmer with one lance alone. I'm now turning 20. Occupation? Would say I am a programmer of some company I work for, but I prefer to be free (That is what the programmers are). Synthpop and folk musics... They are kinda worlds apart but I love them and my heart beats only when they are being played. Gotta say this: I reallllly hate money-sucking k-pop.

That's all for who I am. Though I'm lancing in programming. But suddenly realised this was not what I wanted (Or capable of). Yeah, I was meant to be a activist. I should be fighting for greediness and absurds in where I am! How bad humanity and how good humanity is. I'm not quite sure which one is in our blood but I'm willing to take the good side. This job I have, is just a launchpad for my next life. Will see.

Here's my working domain: ashe.kr
And here's my contact: mieabby@gmail.com

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David, Updated: 27th February 2014
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1: Fascinated by final frontier, the universe

2: More than saying in words. How can I explain this humanity's one of the greatest achievements?

3: Changing of methods. Radio frequency is a tiny part of telecommunication. There could be other methods like phase difference or laser beams (higher frequency). The method we are using right now, would be primitive for those more advanced civilisation. Well, my suggestion needs more budget to be fulfilled but the circumstances is not helping at all. But we got to think and say.

- Updated: 27th February 2014
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