Hi! I’m Aaron Adair, a doctor of physics and education (degrees in math, physics, and astronomy), but I blog about more. From the sciences to skepticism, atheism and religion, history and politics, along with personal notes from time to time. I have done work at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the SETI Institute in California, and I have completed doctoral research at (the) Ohio State University in Physics Education Research (PER), earning my PhD in 2013. Current I work as a physics professor at a private Augustinian school, Merrimack College in Massachusetts. I have published books, book chapters, and papers on the subjects of educational pedagogies, biblical studies, and science & religion. I have also given talks around the world and have been on radio in several countries.
I have used the name Gilgamesh as well, the earliest literary hero who sought immortality in life but found it in deeds and the words about him. As such, I flee Nergel (death) and seek for what lasts and is beyond me, especially in the stars.