Hi, I'm Brian. I'm 42 and seemingly an island on the east side of Indy. It's nice to see so many people who won't "pray for me" because of my views. I'm in manufacturing for Ford Motor Co. I'm interested in meeting gals who are nontheist and enjoy discussing such things. Unmarried with no children, and, I also have a spoiled rotten dog.
Hi I'm Anna. I'm a Canadian finishing up a Master's degree in Public Health in Australia. I've been an atheist since I was 12 but didn't figure out what it was called until I started reading Pharyngula. If anyone's in the inner city Melbourne area (as I'm terrified of driving on the wrong side of the road and am limited by public transport) and wants to meet up, let me know. Like everyone else here, I am a science nerd, i think best expressed by this photo with Lawrence Krauss, except the lighting was terrible in a pub.
My purpose in life is to be the best human being I can be and surround myself with really good friends. To find as much beauty in the world that I can. I enjoy discussing philosophy and listenng to rock and roll, hanging out on the beach and theme parks. I swim like a fish and I love Typhoon lagoon (the best wave pool in the world) I am somewhat of a hippie and my favortie rock group is Pink Floyd. I have a part time job at Universal Studios which is way differant than the engineering jobs and working with Scientists that I have in the past.
Hi I'm Amanda, though online I usually prefer to go by Dax, or some variation thereof. I'm 29 and a forensic chemist on the U.S. East Coast. I started with a B.A. in chemistry and went on to a M.S. in forensics, and have been working full time as a "controlled substances examiner" for the last couple of years now.
I'm a huge sci-fi/fantasy geek, bookworm, minor gamer, and overall science enthusiast (as long as I don't have to do too much math... =P). I will also randomly tune into various sports including tennis, football (um, both kinds actually, my preferred teams when I watch are Man. U. and the Vikings, lol) and baseball. What free time I have is spent with my nose in books or watching my favorite shows/movies, or hanging out with the few close friends I do have, whether it's online or in person. I found this site via Pharyngula, where I admit I'm a lurker, not a commenter. Actually, I do that most places... I'm pretty shy until I get to know people. After that, not so much. ;)
Well, I guess I'm a little late to the party. I'm Scott, I'll be 28 as of December 15th and I live in Omaha, NE, though Sarasota County, FL, is where I call home. I'm in the military (probably the worst place for an atheist Democrat to be). Never married, no kids (2 would be great sometime), no pets (looking forward to that experience too). I was fortunate enough to have an atheist mother who never really talked about religious stuff with us growing up. Made it a lot easier to see how dumb the whole thing was when I was finally old enough to think about it. I'm a geek, and not afraid to admit it. That's me in a nutshell, I guess.
Hi, I'm Mike, a newly single atheist in Corpus Christi, TX. Well almost. The divorce goes through as soon as the legal t's are crossed and i's dotted. I am the father of a 9 year old who is incredibly smart. I was raised a Mormon but have since come to my senses. I have a cat I inherited when my wife left and couldn't take her. I am a workaholic IT Professional and in my spare time am active in the Corpus Christi Atheists (yes we revel in the irony of the name) and participate in a local comedy troupe. If anyone here is in the CC area don't be afraid to say howdy.
Hello fellow non believers, I'm Medb, the modern incarnation of an Irish warrior queen. I'm 30, divorced & a Biochemical Engineering major. I live in northern California, & I've been an atheist since I was a kid. I spend my weekends getting lost in the Bay Area or learning swing & ballroom dance when I'm not studying.
i am 37 years old & live in IRAN ,my free songs based on Khayyam’s poems
are in my personal website www.khayyamsongs.com
I chose Khayyam’s poems (translated by Edward Fitzgerald , EH Whinfield , Shahriar Shahriari , Saidi , ….)
`Rubai' is a four line verse: where lines 1 & 2 speaks of major and minor accepted `truths', line 3 states a dilemma, contradiction or conclusion, and line 4 confirms or re-asserts the conclusion, with emphasis
I Mixed Those Rubaiyat To Describe This World Like a cook or Like a chemist ,Because I Have studied chemistry in university or Perhaps Like a dramatist , Because I Have written a symbolic drama based on 11 sept or Maybe Like a empirical man or mayhap Like a materialist Because I believe in logic, not pope.