“He searched for UFOs, aliens and creatures from outer space.
Brad Niesluchowski has resigned from the Higley Unified School District in Gilbert after allegedly downloading software that seeks out alien life forms.
‘We support educational research and certainly would have supported cancer research,’ said Higley superintendent Denise Birdwell. ‘However, as an educational institution we do not support the search for E.T.’”
So he put Seti@home on 500 machines in the school. It’s hardly “searching for ET”. The luddite superintendent, however, would seemingly have been ok if the same technology was used to search for a cure for cancer.
I would also question whether this cost the school over $1 million.