I am copying and paste the following lines from SETI@home website for my (few) readers information on what I always suspected has become to be true.
The SETI's Operations are shut down but I am afraid that the top peoples in the Organization are still there and sucking the good milk (salaries and pensions) they were use to, from their creature. That was the only and disgraceful project of SETI; no more than that!
P.S. For Aliens live search, please turn down your dishes antennas toward the Earth; may be they are here already.
[quote from https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/]
On March 31, the volunteer computing part of SETI@home will stop distributing work and will go into hibernation.
We're doing this for two reasons:
1) Scientifically, we're at the point of diminishing returns; basically, we've analyzed all the data we need for now.
2) It's a lot of work for us to manage the distributed processing of data. We need to focus on completing the back-end analysis of the results we already have, and writing this up in a scientific journal paper.
However, SETI@home is not disappearing. The web site and the message boards will continue to operate. We hope that other UC Berkeley astronomers will find uses for the huge computing capabilities of SETI@home for SETI or related areas like cosmology and pulsar research. If this happens, SETI@home will start distributing work again. We'll keep you posted about this.
If you're currently running SETI@home on your computer, we encourage you to attach to other BOINC-based projects as well. Or use Science United and sign up to do astronomy. You can stay attached to SETI@home, of course, but you won't get any jobs until we find new applications.
We're extremely grateful to all of our volunteers for supporting us in many ways during the past 20 years. Without you there would be no SETI@home. We're excited to finish up our original science project, and we look forward to what comes next.
2 Mar 2020, 21:16:23 UTC