Profile: Greg Beyerlein

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Age: 29 \| Job: Technical Trainer / Tech Support \| Employer: Stanley Associates \| Job Site: USPTO \| Home: Northern Virginia (USA) \|
Distributive Computing projects: SETI@Home & United Devices' (Grid.org) Cancer Research project \| Hobbies: Computers, Weight Lifting, Car/Home Audio
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Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1. Yes. My guess is that we'll discover "ET" by 2050. Knowledge, gobs of knowledge. Different customs and cultures can lead to problems - Human / Minbari War. \|
2. Sure. "How to serve Man" (I loved that episode). Blurbs on Terran History, culture, science, and a "snap-shot" of where we are as of 2004. \|
3. It'd be great to be a part of the DC team that helps find any signal or even to verify that there was no signal, just to be a part of the team. I think that SETI is a great project, I wish more people ran some form of DC - all of those wasted clock cycles. I don't understand exactly how everything works, maybe an "Idiot's Guide to SETI" or "Astrophysics and Quantum Mechanics for Dummies" would be a nice link on the SETI@Home page :)
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