Personal background

I am living in Romania for the moment and soon in France at Troyes.


Physicist , R&D in XO/VCXO/OCXO/MCXO at Temex, France


All what means High Tech in electronics, astronomy, IT, biology,etc.

Computer Description:

IBM compatible, 433Mhz Celeron, 300Mb of Ram, 40Gb HDD , OS Win98

How did you find out about SETI@home?:

I heard it a "long time" ago. :-]
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1.Do you think extraterrestrial life exists? If so, when and how will humans discover it? What are the possible benefits and dangers of such a discovery?

I am absolutely shure about the existance of the extraterestrial life.When and how?...Who really know that?

Benefits and dangers? Why? First of all that's for shure there are diferences of culture and knowlege.Only if we/they understand that , we may talk about benefits and dangers.

2.Should humans transmit a beacon for others to find? If so, what information should we send?

Because, unfortunately we know only to modulate electromagnetic fields,and not others fields..., the radio beacon is the only method in our stage of technology.
What to send?
...may be periodical burst of high energy in a wide range of frequencies near the natural frequencies of the Hidrogen, Oxigen,Carbon. very difficult to locate in 3D a single source.It may be interesting to synchronise those bursts whith the nearest pulsar source.

3.Why do you run SETI@home? What are your views about the project? Any suggestions?

I like to help the main team.
Is a very interesting project.The main utility in my opinion is to demonstrate the Distributed Computing in the Internet.
Secondary is to know better the Univers, especialy to know better the distribution of hidrogen and to know the evolution.
I am refering also looking the Big-Bang theory.

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