Theory Parker currently holds a BS in Philosophy. He's lucky to have a degree at all considering how often his seemingly mad ideas challenged his professors' cherished beliefs. He's a skeptic's skeptic unless he's in a situation in which skepticism isn't required, which would be almost never or unless God is messing with his mind. As one of the most prominent philosophical bloggers on the web, he's the only thinker to have convincingly defeated Solipsism. He also writes about current events and fiction that dabbles in the surreal.
Describe your desk
Typical tortured genius; scattered papers, notepads, sticky notes with random notes on them, pens, even musical equipment all scattered about yet I know exactly where everything I need is. Oh, and it has a very nice marble top. I think so, anyway. I haven't seen the actual desk top it in a while.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in New York on Long Island's south shore. Life there was really neither here nor there and didn't really influence my writing at all. Crazy people - which are everywhere - influence my writing.
Pi-ism, the fantastic meta-religion based upon the transcendent and irrational number Pi, is finally deconstructed for the philosophical and theological lay reader who is searching for the answer to life's greatest questions.