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38 Baltimore, MD Man


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  • Ages 27–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Online now!
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Atheism, and laughing about it
Science / Engineering
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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A self summary eh? Well, I am 37 trillion cells. Yet, not one of these cells is my self. And not one of these cells today were alive when I was a child yet somehow I am still the same self that I was. All that is left is the framework in my temporal lobes allowing for new cells to retain my archaic memory structures from my earlier self. Now, would I scare you to take this a step further? What if I told you that you are not just one self? That all these "be true to your self" or "find your true inner self" mantras are as much myth as astrology? Despite popular opinion, there isn't one self to be true to after all but rather, a multiplicity of selves that reveal themselves at particular moments in our lives. A quick example, is how we act one way around our grandparents and another around very close friends. The desire to behave a certain way is determined by the perceived expectations of those around us we value. For example, If we're in a meeting with our boss and we believe they have an expectation for us to act professionally, we probably aren't going to kick our feet up on the table regardless how good it might feel. Obviously, if we do kick our feet up, we value something else more than keeping that job.

All this being said, here are a few selves that help make me who I am today: I'm a philosopher, a scientist, a class clown, an athlete, a philomath and polymath aka a nerd, a lover, a rebel, a dreamer, an empirically unjustified optimist, an atheist among many other identifiers.

I know that some say that atheism leads to amorality. And though this does appear to be generally true in our consumerist/pleasure addicted society; there is nothing necessarily true in that statement. The problem is that it is much easier to have morality dictated to us unconsciously as a tradition or taboo as in the envelope of religion and pushes the limits of human mental faculty to keep morality a conscious effort; yet, this is necessary if we wish to avoid mental slavery or being controlled by our base animal appetites.

Hold on...let me open a window. Ahh much better. Sorry about that...what I meant to say is I'm a fun loving guy that actually likes to have fun while having fun in a fun park where the theme is fun riding the fun fun and, of course, long walks off short piers. In all seriousness, I do enjoy: talking about a movie I just watched over some pie, reading before going to bed, locally/sustainable anything and everything, finding a new album, sitting outside in a European style cafe with my cappuccino discussing all manner of topics from the definition of art to possible implications of Gödel's incompleteness theorems. If this is your cup of tea, come have a sip.
What I’m doing with my life
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I do neuroimaging research focused on Alzheimer's disease.
I’m really good at
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Playful equivocation
The first things people usually notice about me
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My glasses, red-ish hair, and strong jaw.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: The Iliad and Odyssey, Escape from Freedom, Brothers Karamazov, Kurt Vonnegut's Welcome to the Monkey House.

Movies: Aguirre: The Wrath of God, Down By Law, lots of documentaries.

Music: I'm a big fan of supporting our local products and love going to live shows. Lately, I've been enjoying FKA twigs, Caribou, Ariel Pink, Boards of Canada, Twin Shadow, Future Islands, Elite Gymnastics, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Jai Paul to name a few...
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Cosmological response:
- The four fundamental forces of nature (gravity, electromagnetism, weak and strong nuclear force +/- dark energy). Basically, these plus matter is all we really need and I suppose that the Big Bang happened in the first place was a good thing. A few others won't hurt:
- the non uniformity of the Big Bang allowing for clustering into high and low density regions allowing galaxies, stars, and planets to form.
- entropy, setting the stage for us to arrive by giving time a direction.
- that lead won't fuse into energy forcing stars to nova or super nova causing the spread of heavier elements necessary for life such as potassium and sodium necessary for the ion channels needed to create an action potential giving rise to our brain's ability to experience and think about the universe we live in.
- that the laws of nature are fixed. Nothing would be more detrimental to life if the rules that govern it were always in flux.
- that there was slightly more matter than antimatter after the Big Bang. Otherwise, this whole ride would have been over rather quickly.

Anthropological response:
- fire. Allowing for cooking which is the process of starting digestion outside the body so that less calories were required for digestion allowing more to go to our over-sized brains.
- language. This allowed for an exponential increase in the rate of social change.
- agriculture. Giving us the time to become human.
- writing. Besides supplying us with all the world's knowledge previously acquired freeing us from having to rediscover everything a new and it holds us accountable.
- enlightenment. The recognition to use reason in our understanding of nature and in our relationships with each other.
- Internet. I mean it's how we met, right? Who knows where this train is heading but it's taking us further from our base animal past and I think this is a good thing.

My personal response:
- Music
- My morning cappuccino
- Family & Friends
- Aretē
- Novelty
- My work
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
April Fools' pranks and the fallacy of Pascal's Wager.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Washing off the wear and tear of the week one way or another.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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When I was a kid I saw a light
Floating high above the trees one night

Thought it was an alien
Turned out to be just god.
-Built to Spill
You should message me if
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you can hold a conversation or wanted a pony when you were a kid.

If you have a bathroom mirror pic or any non-ironic duck face pics, he went that way.