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    theclockwork

    39 / M / Straight / St. Louis, Missouri Match % Unknown Join to find out!

    to Sci fi, watch a shit tone of movies, and generally spend way to much time reading things on the net. Luckily most of what I read has some degree of learning involved. Speaking of which I love text books and I really like them, if its not a reference book then its fiction in the fantasy sci fi or

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    DCMerlin

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    homosexuality, it is not something that medical science or a bunch of socially conservative ... yours or mine, don't necessarily appeal, but you find my profile interesting and you want to actually meet. It doesn't have to be immediately, but life is too short for strictly online conversations.

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    Alex7926

    37 / F / Bisexual / Newmarket, New Hampshire Match % Unknown Join to find out!

    I'm a short , crazy , leftist , feisty , sci-fi loving, eco -nut, imperfect , bespectacled , crunchy , hippie , ... love/loved ( Chronicles of Narnia , Harry Potter ), mostly fiction , but I do love fiction based on reality or history .Movies: Sci-fi , Zombie movies , actually scary movies (this does

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    displacedthinker

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    the Social Construction of Scientific Knowledge"; Peter Dear's "Discipline and Experience: The Mathematical Way in the Scientific Revolution"; Thomas Goldstein's "Dawn of Modern Science"; Martin J.S. Rudwick's "The Great Devonian Controversy: The Shaping of Scientific Knowledge Among Gentlemanly

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