I am an atheist, if by God one means a transcendent Person who acts willfully within the creation. I am an agnostic in that I believe our knowledge of “what is” is partial and tentative–a tiny flickering flame in the overwhelming shadow of our ignorance. I am a pantheist in that I believe empirical knowledge of the sensate world is the surest revelation of whatever is worth being called divine.
– Chet Raymo
Jennifer Saylor is a communications specialist, organizer, writer, citizen journalist, social media nerd and lover of science and the scientific worldview.
Her hobbies are rearranging things into order and sense, offering insight and complexity rather than the expected, reading, gardening, and serving Asheville.
She likes thunderstorms, the moon, the sun, the ocean, tea, clouds, gardens, mist, fat cats, wind, swimming, moonlight, sunlight, Indian food, food in general, music subscription services, genre television and the days when you can feel the seasons start to change from one to another.
Her sign is the keyboard; her symbol is the . Her favorite place is Asheville, North Carolina because that is where all her people are. She rejoices in Information, Community, Satori and Order, can’t stand a commons in disarray, and likes word people and cats.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org — except use my real first name!