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Message 1728600 - Posted: 24 Sep 2015, 18:37:25 UTC - in response to Message 1699490.  

This should probably be included here as well.
Q&A: What is the status of the NTPCkr?

Since Nitpicker is not working yet; is someone or somegroup or somemachine at least scanning for signals which would just StandOut with a simplified looksee in case we are just sitting on a major discovery?
merle - vote yes for freedom of speech
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Message 1733035 - Posted: 9 Oct 2015, 1:23:21 UTC - in response to Message 927020.  

This forum is for discussion of scientific results as seen on the Near Time Persistency Checker Page.

For more information, please read the Near Time Persistency Checker Frequently Asked Questions.

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just wondering if any more wow's have showed up in any more finds by anyone?
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Message 1736270 - Posted: 22 Oct 2015, 20:38:42 UTC

Can we please get some sort of answer as to when this will be back up? Why it was shut down? Why wer're not getting any answers? Is this data being sifted through, and how?
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Message 1827305 - Posted: 29 Oct 2016, 9:53:07 UTC

And another year goes by, and nothing happens with the Near-Time Persistency Checker.

Billions of tasks being crunched, and no analyzis of the results being done.

No wonder that I stopped wasting time and electricity on this project. I used to have an RAC of 50K. It's a dead project, although they haven't announced its demise officially yet.
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