Animal Lover Male Scientists - Scientist Dating
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So where to begin? Most people would describe me as goofy, but quite responsible and realistic. I have a lot of hobbies to keep up with, especially my passion for meteorology and forecasting the weather. I don’t know what it is, but the unpredictability of the weather fascinates me. I could spend...
My love for science is focused on weather, and geography. I love meteorology, and I am a hobbyist storm chaser. I currently live in Wichita, Kansas but I have plans to either move to western Kansas, the Texas panhandle, or Oklahoma. I also enjoy college football (Boomer Sooner), and traveling.
I’m intelligent, nerdy, fun, funny, loyal, honest....moved to CT from TX about 2.5 years ago. Love it up here. Looking to meet new people and see where things take us. Not looking to jump right into a serious relationship right away, but not ruling one out either. I can have fun doing...
I am an Paratrooper Army vet and recent graduate from CSU Sacramento with a degree in physics. Now that I am done with school, I think I am ready to focus on a mindful and meaningful relationship and starting a career/family. I like to go hiking, relax in the hot tub, or just chill out on the...
INFP/INTP A dreamer, shy & quiet at first, a science & tech lover, nerdy, sensitive, wholesome,... I like: reading, piano, series, drawing, learning about science & tech, physics, maths, nature, sci-fi, fantasy, fitness, libraries I dislike: smoking, alcohol, parties, drama, social media,...
A unique blend of passions, honesty, matured values, intelligence, non-"game player", life learner, humorous, clear-minded and emotionally balanced, (really do know how to) communicate, and understanding and respecting differences, and world-traveled. Yeah, that's way too many adjectives from...