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Science newsletter 1

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Search for incredible coincidence at home
 
SIC@HOME scientific experiment that harnesses the power of tens of Internet connected computers in the Search for an Incredicble Coincidence. You can participate bu running a free program that analyzes data from a radio or other receiver equipment connected to your computer. There's a small but captivating possibility that your computer will detect an incredible conincidence that will prove that the universe is truly infinite!

Welcome to the SIC@HOME webpage.

New users might want to check out the "What is SIC@HOME" and then proceed to download the free client. If you've got any questions, suggestions or comments,  don't hesitate to contact SIC@HOME.

NEWS:

  • 19 June 2000 

  • The first science newsletter is now online, SIC@home scientist Jan Knutar describes the progress and current findings of the project.
  • 31 January 2000 

  • PIC2WAV updated, fixed a small bug in the distribution that prevented the program to be started from the Icon. PIC2WAV V1.0.1.X is now available.
  • 29 January 2000 

  • The first tool for SIC@HOME is now available!
    Click here to get to the PIC2WAV page. PIC2WAV does the oposite of SIC@HOME, it converts pictures into sound!
  • 27 January 2000 

  • I finally found a few seconds of spare time and completed version 2.0 of SIC@HOME. Yes, that's right, 2.0 is finally here! New features: new graphics, autodetection of soundcard, increased security. Go to the download page now!
  • 9 January 2000

  • My ISP has replaced all their web and emailservers so everything is working now. SIC@HOME has also received the first results, from Terry Lee, the author of SETIBuf. Terry tells me that he's planning on making SICBuf, so that users have something to worry about, as it is know, they have nothing to do. I don't know how he's gonna do that, otherwise that hacking my precious client, so SIC@HOME might have it's first hacker attack now... I will soon make a statistics page now that I've received results. I've added a counter to the page. A terrible java counter.. I said I wanted my own, but I changed my mind.
  • 8 January 2000 

  • Added 'Why SIC@HOME' and 'client status' pages.
  • 8 January 2000 01:00 AM

  • My ISP's webserver died shortly after I uploaded SIC@HOME. Probably due to the high load... Anyway, a new mirror has been added, here. Only j.k.@gotmail.com email will work. Normal operation will resume on Sunday.
  • 7 January 2000 23:22 PM

  • The webpages are ready and uploaded. SIC@HOME will be announced in alt.sci.seti soon. 
  • 7 January 2000 20:30 PM

  • The free client is ready!
  • 7 January 2000 ~3 AM

  • SIC@HOME was born! Work began immediately on the webpages and the client.
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