I've long been an avid reader and editor of Wikipedia and think that it truly is an amazing project. I am an Inclusionist when it comes to articles, and generally vote to keep articles unless they're extremely bad and/or there is no hope of making them better. I firmly believe that Wikipedia must remain a totally free, non-commercial and Uncensored Encyclopaedia and that we must fight to keep it that way. I also think that there is far too much paranoia about copyright and endless amounts of time are wasted worrying about it.
I'm interested in lots of Subjects including Science (Physics, Astronomy, Biology, etc, but not really Chemistry), Science fiction (I'm a big Star Trek Nerd), History (especially Ancient History, Irish history and Celtic history), Technocracy, and all things Military (although I'm not a militarist), among many other things.
I would describe myself as a Life-long Environmentalist and Animal rights supporter, I vote for Green and Socialist parties and I'm a supporter of Post-Scarcity Technocracy (scientific government). I am an Atheist, but am interested in Religions from a Historical perspective (especially ancient Pagan religions).
Some Pictures I've taken and uploaded to Wikipedia (all are released into the public domain and can be used anywhere on Wikipedia, or elsewhere).
Australian Corvid Bird specimens in the Australian Museum
A Dingo at Taronga Zoo, Sydney
A Fishing Cat at Taronga Zoo
A Peacock displaying to a Kangaroo at Taronga Zoo
The Irish Navy's LÉ Róisín in Dublin Port
Close up of Darius III from the Alexander Mosaic
Detail of a fallen sword from the Alexander Mosaic (showing the individual tesserae)
This is the Augustan Arch, in the town of Susa, Piedmont, Italy. It was constructed in the years 8 to 9 BC
Countries (and parts of Countries) I've been toEdit
- Republic Ireland
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City
- United States of America
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