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    OrangeAstronaut

    29 / M / Straight / Seattle, Washington Match % Unknown Join to find out!

    Keywords:Slate Star Codex, LessWrong, Effective Altruism, statistics, rationality, charity, economics, The Life You Can Save, Giving What We Can, econoblogosphere, Nonviolent Communication, Quantified Self, improv, Thinking Fast and Slow, Harry Potter and the Methods Of Rationality (HPMOR).

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    Morphenius

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    Fiction:* The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling* Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality by Eliezer Yudkowsky (yes, a fanfic - and seriously one of the best books I've ever read)* The Black Jewels trilogy by Anne Bishop* The His Dark Materials trilogy by Phillip Pullman (but the ending upset

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    Lachouette

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    everything except music and sports- rationality and thinking. Although I'm pretty sure my IQ is less than 130 points - I'm no genius. Working on my rationality fu; this is very important ... section, of course there are Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter*, also quite a few trilogies.

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    Ecitsu

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    of Time series; The Dark Tower series; The Name of the Wind ; Harry Potter series; The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series; The Lord of the Rings series; Southern Vampire Mysteries series; Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality aka HPMOR , anything by Dean Koontz , Stephen King , John

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    apotheon

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    might be mildly embarrassing: one of my favorite books is a Harry Potter fanfic (I think the original book series is actually pretty mediocre, though). The fanfic in question is Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality (by Eliezer Yudkowsky, singularitarian scientist of "Less Wrong" fame), and it

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