Profile: Firebreath

Personal background
I am a french canadian furry from Montreal. I'm a 3D animator, always looking for work in this city. Lived 2 years in middle of northern nowhere where -55°C (-67F) days were somewhat common in the middle of winter to get this degree.

In other news, I'm a big sci-fi fan, furry fan (as I already stated), gun afficionado and I've called by a few friends quite a good cook. Amazing what years of living on your own (and watching food channel) can do. ^_^
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Why do I run SETI@Home?
Because I don't think we're alone. It's all a matter of finding them and communicating with them. I mean, for the longest time, Man (note the uppercase "M" here...) thought that his planet was at the center of the universe. We learned that it wasn't the case.
Man (again, uppercase) needs a counterpart. Much like there is evil to good, white to black, sweet to sour, Man has yet to find another being, much like him in terms of sentience and intelligence, out there to be the counterpart of.
But when I say 'counterpart', I don't mean it in the Good/Evil way. Much more like Sweet/Sour way. Because, frankly, we don't need to be at war. Much like the two aforementionned tastes, we can compliment each other very well.

My views about the project, since the original client (which I completely forgot to reinstall after all these years... shame on me) are that this is an opportunity for everyone to take part in one of the biggest project Humanity has ever made. I beleive that, yielding results or not, this project is one of the greatest achievements of Man, since it allows everyone with spare computing power to work for a common goal, regardless of their skin colour, gender, sexual orientation, country where one might live, etc...
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