I am spontaneous, openminded, 6'0" 180 lb (80 kg). I am fairly athletic, fascinated by breakdance, freerunning and wingsuit-flying. I see language as a medium which could much more accurately communicate thoughts through the potential of Brain Computer Interfacing. I am interested in how and why things work, and in the world's problems. I have a passion for new ideas.
I appear to be naturally anti-social around many people and often prefer to speak to people who will thoughtfully disagree with me on any point. I try to be a 'Renaissance Man'. I am and always will be a member of the 'Third Culture'(TCK). My travels throughout the world have shaped my beliefs and my goals.
I think it is important to understand and try to factor the social implications of technological innovation. I apply the open-source, decentralist mentality to all things relevant. At this point I find it to be universally applicable, and thus I consider myself a kind of radical libertarian.
Language divides people so well that I do have different 'labels' depending on the language type. Anonymously, I am a 'market-anarchist' or 'agorist'. In polite company, I am a 'legal egalitarian' or 'libertarian'. Academically, I am an 'Austrian Economist' or 'Polycentric Legal Theorist'. Around old people, maybe 'paleo-conservative', 'classical liberal', 'voluntarist republican' or 'jeffersonian democrat'. Around 'Austrian Economists' I am 'semi-rothbardian'. Around Anarchists I am 'anarcho-capitalist', 'anarcho-ANTI-capitalist' (depending on the definition of 'capitalist'), 'catallactic anarchist' maybe 'panarchist'. Around activists I am an 'agorist' or 'seasteader' (seasteading.org
These words, of course, don't define me, but only help to approximate me.