|I am 14 and from New South Wales, Australia, and a Setizen dedicated to finding intelligent life with but a single laptop, fans spinning crazily at 4500rpm and temperatures of 100 degrees Celsius while I'm running SETI.|
But I don't care. As long as mankind can find extraterrestrial life, an overheating computer is an insignificant matter.
Ever since I was very young, I have been fascinated by the stars and space exploration, and other than studying the universe, I wanted to meet aliens; to meet another species from out there in my lifetime. So I wondered, how could I give a helping hand to the world to achieve that?
I didn't have to wait long to find the answer.
In 2013, while I was reading a book, I saw a website called SETI@home, and saw that it is used to find extraterrestrial life. Interested and somewhat excited, I downloaded the program on the site and that is how I met SETI. Now I am happy and content to see that millions are giving their efforts to find intelligent life, and I am part of this movement, in the Australian BOINC Team.
I believe out search for interstellar intelligence will one day yield results, hopefully within my lifetime. SETI is the way to do this, and I will be dedicated to this program until the day we find aliens, or when my laptop breaks down.
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