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Personal summary:

  • Name: Mario Castelán Castro.
  • Nationality: Mexican.

I do not eat meat or other products that require the murder of animals, for moral reasons; I am concerned about animal welfare. I invite you to do the same.

Some of the disciplines I like are: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering (applications of physics and chemistry), computer programming. I am not saying that I am knowledgeable in these areas.

I only use free software (“free” as in “freedom”) with the exception of a few trivial JavaScript programs embedded on web pages (when required for display purposes, rather than to do meaningful computation in the form of software as a service). I block most JavaScript programs with NoScript.

I recommend DuckDuckGo and Ixquick as search engines.

I dislike political correctness, multiculturalism, feminism, religion, fiction works (movies, novels, “science” fiction, et cetera).

There is an anti-intellectual plague, especially prevalent in countries were the population descends from the British man, that no demographical set of people (e. g. white people, men, non-disabled people, et cetera) should be allowed to be more successful than the average. Whenever this happens, a herd of brainwashed people cry “inequality” and demand the imposition of sanctions upon the successful group disguised as measures for the sake of “equality”, which is an absurdity, because we are not equal, neither at the individual level nor at the level of demographic groups, and there is no reason to expect equality of results when capabilities are not the same. We have seen this through millennia of human history. This absurdity is the flawed principle behind multiculturalism and all of its manifestations (including the ones I mentioned above: political correctness and feminism).