Once upon another time I realized that anger is wasted on other humans; anything yelling and pointless aggression can do, empathy and calm, collected, but passionate discussion can do better.
Once upon a third time, I realized that being proved wrong is nothing to be afraid of. To me, science is more than something you learn in a classroom, it's a philosophy of life. Evidence and testability are the foundations of knowledge, and being proved wrong is just a refinement.
That pretty much sums up my outlook on life. If you find them to be agreeable, we'll probably get along. If you think I'm dead wrong, please refer to number three and shoot me a message.
I value few things in life more than engaging conversation and banter, my sense of humor is as dry as a glass of good Pinot Grigio, I think this universe is elegant to the point of beauty, and I like constantly reminding myself that people are still animals.
Oh and since I see people posting this a lot, even though I think the value of the Myers-Briggs paradigm is often overblown, I'm an INTP.