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My name is Tim Bowers, im currently studying Network Computing at Coventry University in Coventry(Strangly enough) UK. I also
study in my spare time (which i have little of) many random and diverse subjects. These range from computer hardware and software,
to psychology and even phliosphy. I also have a strong interest in art, yet i never value any of the artwork i peronally create.
I run many Distrobuted Computing Projects, and random other projects which interest me. I have a hate of seeing computers go to
waste, either because people dont know how to use them, or because people have stupidly overpowered machines which they really
dont need!. I like to educate and help others to see how much of an impact computers make on our lives, and help them also learn to
accept computers and a real part of what is becoming day to day life. I welcome everyone and anyone to contact me, should it be
because they are bored, or because they disagree with something i say. I hope that if anyone does disagree with the things i
say that they let me know, so that i can have the chance to change my views if theirs make more sense than the current views i hold.
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I run many DC projects and so i run climateprediction as well, i think the project is a good idea, as the future of the weather and its impact on our world must be monitored in some form.

Only thing i would change is making wu's process faster... sometimes having a unit run for a month can be a little offputting ;)
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