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About Me: I'm a technician at a military government subcontractor. Currently, I'm jumping through the necessary hoops to get into college, to first get my A.A. in Biology, and moving on to my genetics PhD from there. Ultimately, I want to be a genetics biologist, working on things like genetic engineering to gene therapy.
I'm an agnostic-atheist and a naturalist on YouTube. I ask if you want to discuss that, take it to the appropriate channels as it were, because that's not what I'm on THIS site for.
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Movies: "Reservoire Dogs," "The Departed," "The Last Samurai," "Love and Honor," "Avatar," "The Abyss," "The Fountain," "Hero," "Fearless," "Kill Bill," "House of Flying Daggers," "28 Weeks Later"
TV Shows: "Life," "Pawn Stars," "Cosmos," just about anything with a scientific or historical bent to it.
Books, Comics and Graphic Novels: "Why Evolution is True" by Jerry Coyne, "Your Inner Fish" by Neil Shubin, "Evolution for Everyone" by David Sloan Wilson, "The Greatest Show on Earth" by Richard Dawkins, "The Selfish Gene" by Richard Dawkins, "The Blind Watchmaker" by Richard Dawkins, "DNA: The Secret of Life" by James D. Watson, "Pale Blue Dot" by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan, "The Demon Haunted World" by Carl Sagan, "God Is Not Great" by Christopher Hitchens, "Atheist Universe" by David Mills, "Godless" by Dan Barker, "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins.
On my to read list: "Dark Matters" by Dan Hooper, "Strange Matters" by Tom Siegfried, "On the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin, "Evolution vs. Creationism" by Eugenie Scott.
No comics, no graphic novels. On my magazine subscription list: "Discover," "Science Illustrated," "Scientific American," "Astronomy," "Popular Mechanics," and I just picked up the peer review journal "BioScience."
Music: I listen to different things, but mostly death metal, post metal, electronica, 90's alternative, and instrumentals.
Wizard Book Lines:
Magic: The Gathering
Hobbies: YouTube video editting, writing, secular philosophy, science, and reading, in no particular order.
Likes: Science! Especially genetics, biology, and cosmology/physics in that order. I like to read science blogs, scientific news sites, science magazines, peer review journals, and books written by scientists. We really do live in a wonderful, exciting, and awe inspiring universe. It's a shame that people still need to make up stories about mystical beings and supernatural events.
Dislikes: Hardlining religious ass holes. The kind that hold the air of "holier than thou art," and are quick to remind you that per their holy book, you're going to hell. Another dislike is people who buy deeply into conspiracy theories, white nationalism, or conservative propaganda.
People who otherwise have an agenda to prove, and want to shove it down your throat. I agree that my views on certain things aren't exactly popular, but my outspoken atheism stays on YouTube and MySpace, rather than me going out and looking for people to harrass.
Magic: The Gathering
Other Games I Play: I'm not much of a gamer outside of MtG.
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