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Knowledge-seeking, pattern-finding, absent-minded alien with a
penchant for wordplay and a focus on self-development and
actualization that started due to lines of thinking from Abraham
Maslow and humanistic psychology. An observer and student of
science and the natural world, I have a thirst for learning
anything that gives me greater insight into people and
consciousness, and I secretly fantasize about solving the mind-body
I enjoy debating, not out of a desire to be right, but rather in
the hopes of provoking the other person to come up with good
arguments or facts against my position that I may not have
considered, as well as to understand the motivations behind points
of view other than mine.
I can be described as a jack of all trades yet master of few; I'm
generally quick at learning or getting good at new things, which
also means I have a tendency to get bored and move on to something
else rather easily. I sing and play the guitar and flute (and some
piano, which I've been working on lately), and I also like to write
hip-hop and spoken word poetry.
I'm also an INTP, which may have already been apparent.
What I’m doing with my life
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Currently working on a B.Sc. Psychology & Behavioural
Neuroscience. After that, I haven't yet decided. A big part of me
wants to take time off after this degree to immerse myself in music
production. We'll see.
But mostly, I just want to learn everything. I'm fascinated (and
slightly jealous) that Aristotle is said to have been the last
person alive to know everything there was to know during his time.
I’m really good at
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- Learning stuff quickly
- Poetry & rhyming
- Large talk
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Shad, Madeon, Sound Remedy, XXYYXX, DJ Shadow, Cyril Hahn, Bedouin
Soundclash, Feed Me, CHVRCHES, Shpongle, The Beatles and anything
Kurt Vonnegut: 'Slaughterhouse Five',
'Breakfast of Champions', 'Cat's
Daniel Kahneman: 'Thinking, Fast & Slow'
Aldous Huxley: 'Brave New World' &
'The Doors of Perception'
Abraham Maslow: 'The Farther Reaches of Human
George Orwell: '1984'
Alexander Shulgin: 'PiHKAL' &
Stephen Hawking: 'A Brief History of Time'
Richard Wiseman: 'Quirkology'
Jeff Warren: 'The Head Trip: Adventures on the Wheel of
And I'm a sucker for Zits and Calvin &
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- opposable thumbs
- gut flora
- sense of hearing
- lists of things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
- ways of improving the educational system
- consciousness, and the human brain in general
- ways in which people seek happiness, and the complexities of
human communication and relationships
- patterns! I also think about thinking often
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The same person I was the rest of the week
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