Man, 65, Western,
I have taught science for 30 years. I have worked as a scientist in two different fields. I was raised in the Presbyterian church. I abandoned it after my first year in college. I realized I had many questions that theism could not answer adequately.. I have been an atheist ever since.
Until recently, I found being an atheist meant being a hidden population. Glad that being rational is becoming more socially acceptable.Full Bio
Aside from philosophical stance I am a published poet and playwrite. I recently had my three act play performed by a local Repertory company. My hobbies these days, beside writing, is hiking with my dogs, traveling, and reading. I have undergraduate degrees in archaeology and geology, and have been employeed in both fields prior to going into teaching. I am just a credit or two short of a degree in history, which is one of my passions, as well as politics (not personally involved, just follow). 20 of my teaching years have been all Native American schools, and have lived on two reservations; Hopi and Navajo, where I reside now.