Author has written 3 stories for WALL-E.
Age: 2.71828183... x 10 to the power of 500 B.Y.A.
Location: CITY - Seattle, STATE - Washington, COUNTRY - United States, PLANET - Earth, SYSTEM - Sol, GALACTIC ARM- Orion, GALAXY - Milky Way, CLUSTER/SUPERCLUSTER - Virgo, UNIVERSE - Hades, MULTIVERSE - 3A, MEGAVERSE - This one, ULTRAVERSE - the imagination
Education: AAS in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, currently working on a bachelor's degree in Aeronautics.
Dream Job: A professor in astronautical sciences and spacecraft engineering, and/or an astronaut.
All you have to know is that i am an exceptionally good papersketch artist, which i hope to get a deviantart acount up and learn photoshop to enhance the sketches. Also I am a licensed private pilot and mechanic for a career/hobby in general aviation. I have an uncanny passion for all forms of science, technology, mathematics, philosophy, and history.
I like intelligent conversations on sharing knowledge or opinions of anything for which broadens my fields of understanding, and i like learning to fly all forms of different categories of airplanes/rotorcraft/gliders, among my other simple yet fullfilling enjoyments in daydreaming, listening to good music, being a open-minded thinker, writing random stories in my mind and trying to find the words to put them on paper to convey the right message with emotions, reading, traveling, and solving problems (rhetoical and practical)
1) Wernher Von Braun -
- "All of man's scientific and engineering efforts will be in vain unless they are performed and utilized within a framework of ethical standards commensurate with the magnitude of the scope of the technological revolution. The more technology advances, the more fateful will be its impact on humanity."
2) Albert Einstein -
- "If the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it."
3) Sun Tzu -
- "A dumb idea that works is not a dumb idea."
4) Isaac Rosenberg (from Stephen Baxter's 1997 novel 'Titan')
- "God died in 1609, when Galileo raised his telescope to the Moon, and saw seas and mountains. Mankind walked on it almost four centuries later. But with that one act Galileo discovered the Universe. God can't share the same cosmos as a Moon like that."
5) Arthur C. Clarke -
- "The diffirence between science fiction and fantasy is that science fiction is all about realities that could happen, but you'd never want them to, and fantasy is about realities that would never happen but you want them to."
6) George Lucus -
- "Stories are never finished, they are abandoned."
7) Richard Feynman -
- "I can live with doubt, uncertainty, and not knowing. And I think life is much more interesting living with doubt than living with answers which might be wrong."
Favorite stories/writtings/books: basicly genres of alternate history, science fiction, philosophy, dark political humor, war novels, grade school literary books, survival stories, and biographies. I also like books on theoritical science and cosmology from Stephen Hawkings "Grand Design" to Carl Sagans "Cosmos".
Favorite films: Anything involving well written stories, and gripping action, drama, horror, sci fi, or romance in them. As long as the most fabeled,and intelligent chicagoian film critics Robert Ebert and Gene Siskel discussed them deeply in detail; and are not directed by either Micheal Bay, Tom Green, or Roland Emmerald.
Favorite games: Like my favorite movies, i like games that have such good stories written into them like films, making them dynamic and interesting to learn more about, rather than subconsiously kill one another and immaturize ourselves in multiplayer, thats what the older and more classical arcade style/super nintento games are for. Oh, and they are also sic fi, alt. history, horror, action, and adventure. My preferred platforms are the PC or Xbox. I even include Board and RPG games!!
Favorite shows: Same as movies - good stories, characters, and gripping themes. None of the teen/gosip/subculture/reality TV crap thats all over the airwaves; there so many of them and their all the exact same pointless, non-realistic mind you, dead end shows if you ask me. I'd prefer science/national geographic documentaries and animes that are educational, formal, funny, intense, and get your attention.
Favorite music: I'd go with composers for epic pieces of work from Brand X, 615, Two Steps From Hell, Thomas Bergersen, or other works of classic or epic music that are so scarce tht almost no one has heard them before, things that are from calm, stimulating, fitting the right mood, to flat out awesome and rockin'.
Need i say more?
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