Saving SETI

Seti StarsFormer disinfonaut Nick Hodulik’s company General Things has recently helped the Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) launch SETIstars, a new initiative meant to get the Allen Telescope Array (ATA) back into action.

The ATA is SETI’s primary tool for scanning the skies for potential intelligent life, and recent federal and state budget deficits have cut its funding so severely as to force it to shut down. It takes $200,000 per month to pay the staff and operating expenses of the ATA, and SETIstars hopes to help bridge the gap between the community and SETI in order to get the ATA up and running again. Please donate today!

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  • Jacknewton3

    Hell yea good to see my great uncles work is still going

    • Sort Pest (Black Plague)

      “Hell yea good to see my great uncles work is still going ” – Jacknewton3

      Did Your great uncle work hard to demolish great human endevours?
      Did You read the article? are You associated with an uncle? are You the devil? Illiterate?

      (!)

  • Jacknewton3

    Hell yea good to see my great uncles work is still going

  • Sort Pest (Black Plague)

    “Hell yea good to see my great uncles work is still going ” – Jacknewton3

    Did Your great uncle work hard to demolish great human endevours?
    Did You read the article? are You associated with an uncle? are You the devil? Illiterate?

    (!)

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