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RSandman
Member Since: February 9, 2012
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Christian, Husband, Father, Engineer.

Former Air Force officer; intelligence, electronic counter-counter measures, command and control, theater air combat planning, fluent in a couple of languages not including jive.

Developer of a few useful patents in the name of former employers.

Currently designing 'green' building systems for various architectural developments, including environmental issues, renewable energy planning, design for LEED certification and Green Globes compliance, life-cycle energy analysis; mechanical-electrical-lighting-plumbing-life safety-controls, energy recovery, and energy-saving high IAQ systems approach to healthy and comfortable occupants.

Libertarian supporter of most limited-government policy efforts, however unlikely to make it past the freedom-loving-patriot dream stage into the bank-financed-politician-enacted-after-much-kicking-and-screaming stage.

Particularly fond of elegant engineering solutions based on factual observations of real-world response (e.g. simple solar heat collection systems).

Particularly disdainful of politically-correct ideological and emotional proposals based on fear and avoidance of evidence (e.g. anthropogenic Global Warming Hysteria).



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