Profile: SimonGray

Personal background
I am the founder and webmaster of, a website comprising a vast array of pages containing information with the ultimate purpose of exposing the secrecy that exists within the government and military organisations of the world.

Considering a large proportion of the website is based on Extra-Terrestrials, which is also one of the most popular and discussed subjects on the site's message board, creating an SETI@home Group was the next logical step!

For the past 7 years, I have spent all my spare time researching the secretive activities of the United States Government and Military organisations. My research can be found on my website -

Myself and the website have become highly praised in this field of study, and has now grown to a community of dedicated members reaching nearly 10,000 and with over 1 million hits each month.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I am a firm believer that extra-terrestrial life exists in the universe, it would be statistically improbable to assume that so many planetoids out there sustain no life at all. Furthermore, I also believe that alien life has previously visited this planet.

The discovery of alien life in my opinion has already happened, but that the citizens of the public are simply not yet ready to be told of their presence on this planet.

Transmitting a signal or beacon out into space is an excellent idea. I feel that expanding contact to other civilisations is the next step in expanding humanity's physical presence in the galaxy and our understanding of space physics.

I always leave my SETI@home running, even when I'm not using the computer I turn off the monitor and let my processor munch away at the data. SETI@home is a brilliant idea in that the concept of parallel-processing can be brought into the homes of everyday people and they can help make a difference in the analysis of data signals from outer space.
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