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    Folding Team Member sapasion's Avatar
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    Sharky Forum Folding Team

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    Took the liberty of creating it myself since amazingly there wasn't one already. 34149 is our team number. I did a search and found some SF members are already folding for other sites and that's great. But if anyone wants to see SF bump up the list check it out. I doubt we'll ever compete with the long running big boys but in time we could churn out some helpful stats. If this catches on great, if not oh well

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    I'm sure this question has been asked a million times, but you can explain what folding means, and specifically how it works.

    I tried to understand, by reading their website but it seemed kinda confusing.
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    Last edited by rock; 10-17-2003 at 09:17 AM.

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    i'm confused....it installed speed xp on my computer....

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    Well, Im kind of folding for some other teams right now, but I will be sure to devote one of my rigs to the Sharky team. I'm glad someone finally started one.


    EDIT: Could you sticky this please.
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    aaarrr...i just got into doing seti...which one should i choose?
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    Great White Shark imayoda's Avatar
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    Originally posted by speedyaxon
    aaarrr...i just got into doing seti...which one should i choose?

    Choose SETI if you want to find ET.

    Choose Folding@Home if you want to help to find a cure for cancer.
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    I've already got a good bit invested in SETI, so I think I'm staying there for now:

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    Your rank out of 4715888 total users is: 	602090th place.
    The number of users who have this rank: 	1766
    You have completed more work units than 	87.195% of our users.

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    Well I guess I'll give you some CPU time Sapps. Its about time I put some of this Iron to work anyway.
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    Arrow

    There is a Sharky United Devices team already too (?) -http://www.grid.org/projects/patriot.htm-. I just number crunched with my rig independently myself, but the more the merrier on folding projects either way.
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    Where's the love?

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    I would think that these guys would want to show off these high end machines they build. Well..........Guess not.
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    OK now I need someone to splain some of this to me. When a system starts on a work unit it displays a number xx/400 or xx/500 was what I was seeing. Now I just got one that read xx/2500. I know what the first number in the string is, but what is the second?
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    I've joined the Sharky Forums team too.
    I figured I might as well since my computer sits idle every night.
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