I'm middle-aged, and an inveterate SF reader since early teens. Had to sign up for this as soon as I heard of it. I do computer support at a major university, so I install the screensaver wherever I go on campus. I've got a stable of 'puters working away.
While they're doing their thing, I take nature/wildlife photos and teach Wu-style tai chi chuan.
Squeaks was with us for almost 18 years, but passed away a couple of years ago. She was a good cat, as cats go anyway.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I have no idea whether we'll ever find anyone else out there to talk to, but how can we not look?
It'll sure be a challenge to us as a species if we ever do contact anyone. I'd like to be optimistic about our chances.
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