Profile: Sunil Reddy M

Personal background

This is Sunil from Hyderabad, India. I am self-taught and I am an avid reader.

For my living, I freelance as a Business Consultant (the domain varies from Technology, Internet, Wireless, Power, Mining etc., as per requirement). Earlier, I had successfuly developed wireless technology products, but failed in making a business case.

My passion is meditation and self discovery. I am extremely curious about life.
I love to read Fiction, Science, Psychology, J Krishnamurti, Osho, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, O. Henry, Dickins, Bertrand Russell and the list goes on....books are my passion. I like some telugu books too.

Presently I am reading The Egypt Code by Robert Bauval.

I have interest in art, anthropology, archaeology, astro-archaeology, astronomy, philosophy, lost world, ancient civilisations, nature and exotic locations.

I like travelling, specially sacred places in India and the Himalayas.

I regularly visit,,,

I like comedy, adventure, drama and science fiction movies.

I recently watched Runaway Jury, Memoirs of a Geisha, Munich, A Good Year, The Blood Diamond...

I am a member of SETI since 2000. But I lost touch inbetween.

I plan to start an incubation center to help friends come up with innovative and alternative technologies.

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Why do you run SETI@home?

I do not want the computing power of my lap-top to go waste. Moreover, SETI project interests me and I seriously want to contribute to their search.

What are your views about the project?

" Are we alone? ", this is one of the most curious question with no answer. SETI took the initiative on behalf of humanity to answer this question. This might be just the beginning of the journey, but every step in this direction will make us close to Others!

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