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37 M Walnut Creek, CA

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Last Online
Sep 18
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Working on Ph.D program
Science / Engineering
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs
English, Japanese (Fluently), Dutch (Fluently), French (Okay)

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My self-summary
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Kindness keeps the world afloat. Pay it forward.

Aloha! I'm just back from the leading lights of Hollywood, where our team was filming a movie for my latest project—a direct response to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 on March 8, 2014. Since 1948, a total of 83 aircraft have gone missing, most of them over water, at a rate of more than one per year. Our mandate is to create a comprehensive global satellite network to secure air and space traffic worldwide. We're providing the service to the American people, and the public around the world, for free.

Previously: Astronaut training in Hawaii near the summit of Mauna Kea, where we test next-generation spacesuits, lunar habitats and rovers,
What I’m doing with my life
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Astronaut training — commercial spaceflight — next-generation technologies — applied research and development. I just relocated to the Bay area after several years overseas, back and forth between Tokyo, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Hawaiʻi.
I’m really good at
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thinking outside the box.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm floating!—when training or working on a Zero G, parabolic, suborbital or orbital mission.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Making the world a better place for generations to come.
I began my scientific career at a deep future, multidisciplinary research institute in the forests of Brussels, Belgium,
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
* Dashing out in a speedboat through the choppy waters of the Mekong Delta, surrounded by the overwhelming sights, sounds, smells and textures of a lush tropical rainforest, the air dripping with humidity, or Zooming and veering on Vespa scooters through the ridiculously chaotic midnight Saigon traffic;

* Relaxing in a quiet Boracay beach villa under a full moon, the sand underneath as milky white, soft and smooth as talcum powder, as it glides like silk and caresses between your toes;

* Soaking up the fresh, misty mountain air and the idyllic scenery of Da Lat, relaxing on a jungle beach to the soothing, rhythmic songs of the ocean as waves lap up on the shore, or motorcycling on sport bikes along cliffside jungle highways, racing along the coastline of Na Trang;

* Out at sea, nighttime squid hunting in a bangka, a three-meter native Polynesian canoe, gliding across the deep, dark waters between two remote tropical islands, drifting across the surface in stillness and silence. Freshly caught squid shimmer and shift with glistening, vibrant hues, the full spectrum of the rainbow glimmering under their membranous skin, liquid lines of chameleon color.

With no moon, and no light above, save for the twinkle of distant starlight, two distant lightning storms on the East and West horizons are an intense contrast to the voids above and below. No land as far as the eyes can see. Complete blackness blankets the waters beneath, with exception of the phosphorescent plankton, which flash and glimmer like sparks as the canoe glides silently through the waters, or when you softly stir the waters with your the cool caress of the back of your hand. The dividing line between jet black sea and black sky is wholly absent, so there's a sense of leisurely drifting through deep outer space nebulae—a synaesthetic, psychedelic experience, almost akin to sensory deprivation.

The luminous arms of the Milky Way, usually only a faint trace across the sky when enveloped in the chaos and cacophony of pachinko parlor-laced urban climes, still a faint trace even from deep out in the meadows of a distant countryside—shine as bright as Times Square overhead. An experience beyond words, evocative of the distinctive hallmark signatures called to mind through the end sequences of Contact, or in Kubrick's 2001.

* Venturing out in the darkness, harpoon fishing in shallow, nighttime coastal waters, six meters deep, with nothing but a gas lamp hanging outwards over the front of the canoe. Nighttime snorkeling through reefs, surrounded by countless species of sea life and coral―cliffs and caves, flora and fauna, schools of fish, from tiny as needles, to larger than a great dane―millions of intertwined species, an interplay of flourishing ecosystems, locked together in singular symbiosis;
You should message me if
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You can answer the following questions in the resounding affirmative.

Have you never been satisfied to work on anything less than projects with the potential to create a profound and positive impact on the future of humanity? Have you always imagined yourself with so much to give to the world, and to the universe, that you want to be there as the primary confidante and lifeline of support for a partner who has that much to give to others, to your family, and to you alone?

Can you prevail, triumph and flourish through challenging, sometimes adventurous, even dangerous situations? Are you as comfortable being interviewed on Oprah and CNN as going out for a stroll to the local bakery? Are you ready to come prepared with a formal dress for the Presidential Inaugural Ball—and another for the inner circle of the Oval Office?

Where do you see yourself in 20 years? Imagine the best of your ideals have been realized. You've accomplished everything you've set out to do, and achieved many of your dreams. Where are you, what are you doing? What's next?