|my name is Jay and I and in my early 40s, current live in Decatur Illinois. I am a disabled Army medic and formally with the Indianapolis Gov.'s Council for people with disabilities and the Indian state ADA steering committee. I was a critical care paramedic and a level I trauma technician in Indiana. I also have high functioning autism. I am really not sure on what to put in this thing because I don't talk about myself much. All I can say is that I am excited to be a part of something like this which can potentially change the world as we know it..|
when I was younger I have participated in particle physics, theoretical particle physics, astrophysics and I am a undergrad student with MIT open course. My thoughts are that you can never learn too much.
|Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home|
|the reason that I chose to participate in the SETI@home project was to help in the search. I completely agree with the mission statement saying that when your computer is idle, it is a waste of energy and computing power which could be put forth to something useful like this.|
I think the project will change the world or end it. It all depends on the philosophy you want to approach this with. Either way, I support this project and anything that I can contribute to it.
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