Town: Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe, Earth, Solar System, Sagittarius Arm, Milky Way, Local Group, Virgo Supercluster, Laniakea.
Hobbys: Night sky photography, time lapse photography, radiotelegraphy, Ham radio, CB radio, 8/16 bit computers, audio/video edition, Raspberry Pi based projects, my guitar, hiking, climbing, bouldering, cycling and football/soccer (playing and watching).
|Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home|
|Why do you run SETI@home?|
I hope that some day I will be able to tell my children: "I had also helped to find Them."
What are your views about the project?
I know that some day we'll find something. Not sure what and when, but we will.
Most of my friends and relatives never heard of SETI@home. I guess a good advertising would help (I know, I know, it would cost a lot of money).
I've got 4 laptops that are switched on for most of the day. I knew they would consume more energy, but installed the BOINC manager on all of them. Also 2 (crappy) tablets and 2 Android smartphones have BOINC and are slowly calculating the tasks. I even switched on my unused Raspberry Pi (it's running 24/7) and it's counting tasks for Einstein@home.
Not an impressive setup, but I'm going to let it run for some time :-)
Thanks for looking up my profile :-)
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