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My self-summary
Here is a happy scientist with his heart on the left side, in search of the wonders of the universe, preferably in company of intelligent women, perhaps discussing poetry or politics over a delicious dinner! Just moved to Canada!
What I’m doing with my life
Sleeping in caves, Chernobyl and other luxury hotels. Designing nuclear reactors of a kind the world has never seen. Learning more about the infinite complexity of human relations. Teaching my 23 year old autistic daughter to fly on her own. Learning languages - I'd really wish to get my Russian and Japanese conversation skills more adequate than just for eating and drinking. Currently I am trying Inuktitut!
I’m really good at
Making you and me and others happy. Avoiding to become upset in spite of being thoroughly insulted. Cooking for my dinner company. Finding exquisite hotels to enhance the experience of travel.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am too kind. My brown eyes apparently sometimes make an impression.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Last books on my reading list: "The secret history of the Mongol Queens", revealing how Djenghis Khan's daughters ruled the planet, "The sexual history of London", telling the story nobody speaks about, "Himlens väktare", a fascinating treatise of ancient astronomy in Iran, India and China, "Cicero", on the gifted man who fought in vain to preserve the Roman republic, "Steve Jobs". A terribly angry man who accomplished miracles. "The ethical slut" - convincingly showing how polyamory can make people happy! In general I love social science fiction (Delany, Dick, Krohn, Lee, Silverberg, Wells), poetry, sexual/sensual literature (Anaïs Nin), biographies of exciting persons. Richard Dawkins has become a firm basis to stand on when people around me argue that religion is not as harmful as it appears.

For movies I am kind of picky and Tarkovskij is my main bet, with Bergman coming in second. Almodovar has caught my attention and Melancholia was a really good movie.

I enjoy poetical/political music, with odd mixtures of Nightwish and Madonna. Kim Wilde remains a serious weakness since I was spellbound by her voice in 1983. Swedish Laleh makes the most mind-boggling synthesis of 19th century impressionism and poetry.

Food is an essential experience. French and Japanese cuisine is part of my heaven. I will love to cook my pesto baked lamb file, beet soup, potato covered cod or marinated cucumber beef rolls for our dinner. A visit to Esperanto in Stockholm might make for an even more beautiful evening.

To the above should be added that the most fascinating cultural experiences include the Propeller Island hotel in Berlin, Sala Silvermine, The Jules Verne in Heerhugoward, The ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi, the Five in Paris, Mozart in Brussels, the Silken Puerta America in Madrid and Manchester's the Velvet. We should definitely spend a night there!
Six things I could never do without
My love for experience.
My lust for love.
My dear friends.
My books.
My music.
My iPad.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The complexity of human beings.
The wonders of science.
The pleasures of love.
On a typical Friday night I am
If not having a coffee-break (a code word for spirits & cold meat) with my extra-ordinary colleagues at work, I may try out a new recipe for white fish, or read the latest stories on curium chemistry. Lately I have found my self walking uranium mines and bathing in radon baths.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I did vasectomy. It worked.
You should message me if
You would be interested in a fascinating and possibly insane conversation about life, science and love. If you want to talk to me about the research you do. If you are poly.
The two of us