Steve P.

Steve is working on the tsetse fly ecology of Ethiopia and Senegal, and teaches at BYU.
He says he wants to be a novelist or a poet when he finally grows up. He’ll make up his mind when he figures out which one is more lucrative.
He’s a passionate feminist and environmentalist, but the  BYU keeps keeps him tame. His ward thinks he’s radical and dangerous because he believes in global warming and evolution. They’ve since banished him to Nursery to keep the adults of the ward safe. He doesn’t mind because the Nursery lesson are more intellectually stimulating than the  High Priests.
Steve also blogs at By Common Consent  and The Mormon Organon
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2 responses to “Steve P.

  1. Alliegator May 12, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    Don’t they know you’ll corrupt their children? 🙂

  2. xenawarriorscientist April 14, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Ha!h Ain’t that the truth?

    (We just finished a looooong tour of duty in the Nursery. They must have thought we were sufficiently chastised, for we have now been called to teach the youth. BWAAAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!)

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