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Progress for The Longevity Meme Folding@home Team – Update of August 4, 2014

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#1 G. Stolyarov II

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Posted 04 August 2014 - 07:21 AM


I have published an announcement regarding the significant progress made by The Longevity Meme Folding@home team during the month of July 2014:  http://www.rationala...longevity-meme/.

I have also reproduced the announcement here.

 

Progress for The Longevity Meme Folding@home Team – Update of August 4, 2014 – by G. Stolyarov II

 

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G. Stolyarov II
August 4, 2014
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I am pleased to announce significant progress for The Longevity Meme Folding@home team – a group of volunteers who donate their computing power to perform protein-folding simulations that could one day result in cures for major diseases and the lengthening of human lifespans.

 

Statistics for the full month of July 2014 show significant improvement compared to both May and June – a total of 3,957,851 points earned by team members, up from 2,368,216 in June (a 67.1% increase) and from 1,624,448 in May (a 143.6% increase). The number of workunits processed has risen even more astronomically, from 1,396 in May to 1,963 in June, to 7,814 in July – a near-quadrupling in one month. Here is a summary of monthly production for The Longevity Meme team from the Extreme Overclocking statistics page.

 

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The increase is attributable to a rise in active member participation. Many previously active members have resumed folding, and new contributors have joined us. My offering of five tiers of Open Badges for contributors who reach certain point thresholds has attracted at least one user thus far – RonnyR (Ronny Risøen), whom I would like to thank for his tremendous contribution thus far – nearly 2.5 million points in just three months! He is The Longevity Meme team’s most rapid producer at present. Other substantial contributions during the recent months were made by users ralmcruz, TMichael, Gennady Stolyarov II (myself), LongandLasting, Volcanic, dreilopz, and sigma957. All of these users have earned Open Badges for their work and should contact me at gennadystolyarovii@gmail.com so that I could send them a code for claiming their badges.

 

Participation in protein-folding initiatives such as Folding@home is an excellent way to promote the message of indefinite life extension and to personally accelerate the advent of research breakthroughs that could actually lengthen our lives. We have made impressive strides forward, but we still need additional contributors to raise The Longevity Meme team’s ranking on the Folding@home leaderboard and thereby raise the prominence and reach of life-extension ideas. Join us today!

 


Edited by G. Stolyarov II, 04 August 2014 - 07:21 AM.


#2 ralmcruz

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Posted 04 August 2014 - 11:51 AM

Great Stolyarov,

Let's keep this thing running.

I am sending my email about the badges. :)





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