I'm a mathematician, historian and social scientist with 100 hours of graduate study beyond an M.A. in U.S. history, including significant work in computer science. I switched from a math and physics program of study to a study of human behavior because politicians didn't seem to know how to find solutions to social problems.
I'm a generalist rather than a specialist. I can combine concepts from various different fields in both the physical and social sciences.
I'm a Vietnam vet. I was a postal clerk in the 173rd Airborne Brigade from May, 1969 - April, 1970.