Profile: Steven Douglas Huddleston

Personal background
I am originally from Puerto Rico, but for a few years I lived in Mexico, where I worked as a Software Engineer. I have always loved science. I went through the disciplines on my own time and by my own effort, (school was too slow for me). Geology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Philosophy...spice the soup with other smatterings of knowledge like Pharmacology, Mathematics (several), Psychology and such, and you have a good idea what I'm about.

I am a bibliophile with a strong inclination for classic Science Fiction. I have a permanent Internet presence in the form of my personal Web Site. My greatest project, ambition and hobby, (still in progress), is to establish a rational foundation for morality.

Of course I hope to save the world!!! Don't we all?
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I became interested in SETI even before it was widely known. Back in the seventies Mr. Sagan sent a message out to space from Arecibo, (right in my back yard, so to speak), I was hooked! and I watched the program grow since then, all the time cheering them along. So naturally when a chance came for me to help out, I jumped right in. Being in Mexico at the time I decided the "right" thing to do was sign-up in the Mexico list. I am very glad I did. Not only is the enthusiasm of my Mexican fellow-"SETIeros" extremely contagious and encouraging, I have made some fine friends I would not have met otherwise.

Of course, being able to answer nonchalantly, "Oh, I'm looking for intelligent life in the Universe.", every time someone asks me what my computer is doing has it's own special charm, don't you think?

A toast to SETI, and my fellow SETIeros of Mexico!
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