[email protected] doesn’t really sound like the sort of thing that you might want to invite into your own abode, but West Virginia University’s new initiative is aiming to recruit you to help it learn as much as digitally possible about black holes. Or, more specifically, it wants to recruit your PC… when you’re not otherwise engaged in battling royally, managing football teams, or generally Gaming like a frickin’ hero. There are many different things you can do with your PC during its non-gaming downtime, and the one that’s had the most column inches recently is the eco-disaster that is cryptocurrency mining. That’s now so far beyond the reach of the home user that there is no value to running your graphics card at max capacity for hours on end. But using your PC’s innate power for good, and not just for personal gain, is a far more laudable goal anyways. And, while you have been able to help in the search for extraterrestrial life and find a cure for cancer, you will soon be able to get your rig unravelling the mysteries of black holes too.