Profile: jamesNewman

Personal background
In September of 2009, I became the SETI credit leader for all of the Big Sky Conference.

SETI is a marathon, not a sprint. Progress so far....
11/20/2009 900,000
10/6/2009 800,000
8/17/2009 700,000
7/9/2009 600,000
5/20/2009 500,000
5/7/2009 450,000
4/21/2009 400,000
3/30/2009 350,000
3/13/2009 300,000
2/6/2009 250,000
7/16/2008 200,000
6/19/2008 150,000
5/1/2008 100,000
4/7/2008 90,000
3/30/2008 80,000
3/24/2008 70,000
3/8/2008 50,000
2/14/2008 25,000
12/21/2007 10,000
12/9/2007 7,500
11/20/2007 2,500
11/13/2007 1,000
11/12/2007 750
11/11/2007 500
11/9/2007 200



Best five days...
2009-10-20 16:27:45 14,268
2009-10-07 16:25:27 11,491
2009-04-22 16:14:04 9,938
2009-05-27 16:22:31 8,506
2009-06-23 15:48:32 7,116
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Tell you about my thoughts on SETI@home? Sure...

Question 1) Why do you run SETI@home?
Answer) Because they havent invented SETI@bar yet.

Question 2) What are your views about the project?
Answer) I did not have sexual relations with the project...

Question 3) Any suggestions?
Answer) Yea, allow us to link to more than one old email address... I have one dating back to 1999 that I'd like linked to my profile =*(
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