Profile: Synchron

Personal background
Hi! So, a little about myself.. I can start by saying I'm a 23 year old male from the little scandinavian country Norway. I live in a small town, totally isolated from the outside. Ok, that was a lie, but I feel like that could be it some times. I have a quite exciting job in a local radio station, where I've actually been since I was about nine. You can say I'm tired of hanging around those walls, so I wouldn't mind finding a new employer soon ;)
But through the years I've developed a lot of interests, and one of the biggest is the search for intelligent life (no, I've given up searching on earth).

What more is it to say about me? Hmmm.. I have a four year old daughter, a beautiful girlfriend, a house with a garden and a smile around my mouth.
You can also check out my homepage @ And if there's something more you would like to know about me, don't be afraid to ask ;)

System used:

- OS: Windows XP Professional

- CPU: Intel Pentium 4, 2,2GHz, 512KB

- Memory: 512MB SDRAM
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Space, the final frontier.. Well, my interest in space and e.t's didn't start with Star Trek or Steven Spielberg's E.T. Around the age of 12 I saw a documentary about ufo's, and from that day, everything mysterious and espacially ufo's and aliens etc. took up my time.
When humanity will discover aliens? I have no idea, I think we will be discovered first. Well, I think we already are... I believe they will show up exactly when humanity is ready for it.
Why run SETI@home? We need an answear, I need an answear. And by getting signals from other lifeforms would answear a lot. I've got the feeling we'll soon find out. Thanks to the people like the SETI@home staff, you and me ;)
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