Your personal background.
Technology is always something that have been in my interest. While i believe the technology in the end will replace humans and will cause more problems to the world that it does good. I'm one of the few lucky once who have enough equiptment at home to call it a "home data center". Which i use to empower the world in different ways. Since late 2013 i've given free services to charities, organizations and people that otherwise would have been locked out of these service because of financial reasons.

I'm currently 28 years old, and live in Norway. I'm a person many people would say linger between dark and light, but maybe that is just what you would call "open minded" depending on how you define it.
Your opinions about Rosetta@home
I run Rosetta@Home because i believe to little time and effort is put into medical development. While it's understandable that these things cost alot of money and man hours. We cannot wait while diseases and ilness are developing and growing stronger every year. The horrible truth is that the medical evolution of humans are falling behind.

I believe the Rosetta@Home project is a great way to let people like myself help finding solutions. While i suppose not everyone have same view about the project, i know there are projects i will not participate in because they are seen pointless or useless in the way i see the world.

If there was anything i would suggest to this project it would be to never shut it down, and instead let it inherid itself to other medical research.
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