A SETI Monster
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Trondheim, Norway - October 9 2002 The crunching war between Tor-Erik Klausen and Vegard Skjefstad is finally over, as the two foes decide to join forces. The SETI@home farm now consists of a total of 9 PCs, 5 contributed by Mr. Skjefstad, while the remaining 4 are maintained by Mr. Klausen. The processing power delivered by the farm has given the two a considerable boost in the Norway team, and quite a few of the other team members will be overtaken in the near future. Both parties are pleased with the co-operation, and urge other enthusiast to join their team.
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