Profile: xpozd

Personal background
Im a self-taught computer & website enthusiast learning through my experiences.
I enjoy making new friends through internet chat and alike.
My personal website and computer projects help to teach me new things.
I am in no way a pc tech or website Guru, & would never claim to be one.
But I have learned many new things through my "hands-on" experiences.

I enjoy many computer related things like playing older computer games such as C&C Generals.
and in my spare time when im not playing games, working on my website etc.
I like helping friends with any computer or website issues whenever I can.
(it gives me a chance to use what ive learned over the years to help others)
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I have always been fascinated with the mysteries of space and beyond since i was a child.
Growing up we all face that 1 "big question" that all people strive to answer.
The question that could change the very fabric of human culture & beliefs.
The question of "Are we alone in the universe ?" or "Are we the planet with life on it ?"
The universe is a huge seemingly endless place filled with stars & mysteries.
SETI@home provides us with the means of looking for the answers that we seek.
Without SETI@home any possible answers we could receive would go unanswered.

Why do I run SETI@home ? I do so I can participate in helping to discover the answer.
My computer time is not available 24/7 But SETI@home is welcome to use what I do have.
in the hopes that what I do have will still help in their search for the answer.

To everyone participating in SETI@home keep up the good work.
lets keep trying to get the answers we seek.
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