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Back when I was an undergrad, one of the geeky rages at the time was running SETI@home on  your desktop (since everyone had desktops back then).  SETI@home was one of the distributed computing pioneers which allowed one to use their PC’s idle time to analyze packets of radio signal data in search of signs of […]

Running climate models from home

My latest geeky addition to my already over-worked and desperately-waiting-retirement computer. Pretty sleek, huh? Back when I was doing my undergrad the hip thing circulating geek-dom was participating in distributed computer networks with the most popular one being SETI@home. Basically the network required one to download a small program which would then analyze small packets […]

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