First, be kind to yourself and others.
Second, each of us is a lens through which the universe learns about itself. Hence, the kindness we share with others is what defines the limits of what we believe ourselves to be, and what we believe to be possible.
I'm an engineer, a professor, a scientist, a carpenter, a craftsmen, an electrician, a veteran, and a wild-man. I can add. Sometimes I make jokes. I can and like to fix and build all variety of things. From Earthships to energy systems, from Indiana to India, from this age to the future, I'm willing and comfortable traveling to everywhen and everywhere to do any and everything. Let us begin.
No problem is insoluble. Together the once impossible transmutes into realistic, then to real, and then to easy. I've operated, maintained, and repaired nuclear reactors, set broken bones, given stitches, rescued animals, built engines, given lectures, corrected exams, fed babies and the infirm, coded websites, swam with tiger sharks, lept from planes, and ventured into the universe of the mind.
I'm interested in creating green alternates to living and animal friendly situations, in cultivating circumstances in which all sentient things can and do thrive, and in holding spaces for compassionate, intelligent discoveries into the human condition. It does not improve one's situation if another is experiencing harm, suffering, or pain. I look forward to adventures both micro- and macroscopic, to challenges tiny and titanic, and to laughter with soon-to-be friends.