chmorgan at gmail.com
Fri Apr 14 14:25:55 CDT 2006
Just thought that I would throw out the point that it isn't likely
that SETI at home will ever find any intelligent signals and that it
is mostly a waste of energy to look for them given our long distance
to nearby galaxies and planets. A more productive use of the same cpu
time is likely to be protein folding, something that can be applied to
science in the near term.
On 4/14/06, Tom Spear <speeddymon at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a lil bit off topic, but I thought I would bring it up, since we
> have users that are trying to run windows BOINC under wine.
> The wine project has a SETI at Home team (has had for some time), so if you run
> the windows or linux BOINC/SETI at Home client, you can join our team and apply
> your credits towards the project's total. Just go to
> and click the Join link.
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