The Infinite Enigma II

The Infinite Enigma II

by Brian Swager

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BN ID: 2940152427677
Publisher: Brian Swager
Publication date: 03/07/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 160 KB

About the Author

I love my home state. I love its culture, diversity, food, liberalism and openmindedness. We have music diversity here too. You can see a country, hip-hop, rock, and electronic show all in the same week as an example. There's the gorgeous Sandia mountains just east of Albuquerque. I simply love that New Mexico has a diversity of landscapes, climates, and ecosystems. 2 hrs south you could be in the most desolate Chihuahuan desert or 2 hrs north you could be in some of the most gorgeous mountain ranges in the country. I one day want to accomplish the lifestyle of backpacking, fishing in the summer and snowboarding in the winter. A little bit more about hobbies and activities that I enjoy. I love to read, mainly about philosophy (epistemology, ontology, metaphysics, etc.), scientific research, and philosophy of science (which is a field dedicated to what people view what is the truth about what we know as a species about existence, what we call worldviews and how our worldviews are evolving as our consciousness and technology evolve as a species), & theoretical physics. I would be very open to have these types of discussion with anyone who is interested. I enjoy the outdoors; fishing, camping, mountaineering, hiking, etc. I would eventually like to do a lot of boating, jet skiing, kayaking, zorbing, horseback riding, snowboarding, etc.! I collect coins. I mainly collect a lot of older domestic United States currency like old silver dollars, nickels, old dimes, quarters, 50 cent pieces, a 2 cent piece, three cent pieces. I do amateur digital photography, illustrations, and graphic design and I like to write. I mainly write about science and philosophy, if you didn't guess that! I have a project called The Infinite Enigma which integrates science, mathematics, and philosophy into art based upon my understanding & writings about existence.

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