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My self-summary
Don't waste my time and I won't waste yours. I'm quirky at times but on average I like to think I'm pretty enjoyable to be around. If you're one for deep concepts and conversations, please by all means let's start one. I'm currently growing my hair out to my shoulders so if that bothers you...
What I’m doing with my life
Full time student majoring in applied mathematics and minoring in physics. I teach part time and love it. Sharing knowledge in my opinion is one of the most "Good" things you could do.
I’m really good at
Putting off trying to stop procrastinating
Math or anything math related
Rock climbing
Having a PhD. in awesomeness
People watching
Making a list containing things I'm really good at
The first things people usually notice about me
My anything-is-fair-game attitude for humor.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Anything related to theoretical physics, quantum physics, math, or science in general, and sci-fy.

Dr. Horrible
Terminator I,II,III (II is the best)
The Explorers
Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Demolition Man "Enhance your calm"
Lots of other obviously cool shit, but I can't remember

Big Bang Theory
BattleStar Galactica
Breaking Bad
The old Office
Twilight Zone
Outer Limits
Star Trek (mainly The Next Generation) ENGAGE!
South Park
How I Met Your Mother

Country music should die in a car fire
Rap music is equivalent to the crust you get in your eyes in the morning (except for the old stuff, that shit's yummy)
All that Remains
Killswitch Engage
Amon Amarth
As I Lay Dying
Three Inches of Blood
Candyrat Records
Times of Grace
The Tron soundtrack
The six things I could never do without
I'm defining the word "six" to represent the number 9.
Not in any order...
1) Pen
2) Paper
3) Internet
4) Inteligence
5) Curiosity
7) Having a passion
8) The Big Bang
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The true reality of the Universe, not just the facade we can observe. Past, present, and future (mostly the future).

The motivations and goals for intelligent extraterrestrial creatures if they exist (which if you know anything about Drake equation or probability for that matter, they do.

Every being who has ever lived, and every being who is living, was/is just driftwood on the Earth. The Earth along with the other planets are just solar driftwood. Our solar system along with the other 300,000,000,000 (300 billion) stars are just galactic driftwood. Lastly (for the time being), our galaxy is included in the 200,000,000,000 (200 billion) other galaxies which are but universal driftwood. Does the pattern stop or continue ad infinitum? Is our universe no different in the bigger picture?

I'm not comfortable being infinitesimal drift wood.
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a robot.
You should message me if
You have any questions about anything at all!

I recently visited your profile

You think you share my sense of humor and want to laugh so hard you have a brain aneurysm.

You know when to use "you're" and "your".