Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
twitchmaster birdperson skygod. reads a lot of books. kind; very
i think of myself as a genuinely curious person. it's the only
thing of value i have.
i have exactly two speaking tones: "earnestly didactic" and
"everything's a joke in the knowledge of death". look for
What I’m doing with my life
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i'm getting a math ph.d. and making funny videos and reading
philosophy on the side. i'd like someday to have said something
good about our relationship to the concepts we create. then they'll
be having an argument and one of 'em'll be like "it's like that
dude said" and my skeleton will smile in my Bone Crypt
I’m really good at
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making people laugh. convincing people of made-up historical facts,
thus making myself laugh.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
bike, pen and paper, backpack, glasses cause i'm effing blind,
dreams, dumb three-chord riff to set my heartbeat to
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Looking back at the history of thinking you get the sense that the
sorts of conclusions people reach about the world are very
conditioned by their cultural contexts, and thus stop seeming right
as those contexts change. Not just ideas about culture and society,
but science too: like, Newtonian mechanics is (a) an integral part
of the mechanistic Enlightenment worldview and (b) as we now know,
Granted that, it's A LITTLE WEIRD that we don't change our minds
about established mathematical statements. And it's A LITTLE WEIRD
that we can use these mathematical statements to describe the real
world. Various things from physics are the hackneyed examples of
this: but also, cicada populations cycle in prime numbers of years,
information theory models human communication, ...
It's almost enough to make you think that the world is mathematical
inside. It's enough, if you don't pay heed to the little tug of
skepticism at your skirt-hem.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
biking around the city, listening to music, reading, writing
You should message me if
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you can take me to: a favorite place, a house show, an abandoned
do write, i don't bite // don't be boring
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