Contact

You can contact me by sending an email to ozgur.nevres at gmail dot com

About me

I was born in Mugla in 1974 (my family emigrated from Crete, Greece). During my childhood, I lived in İzmir, Menemen. After finishing high school in Malatya, I moved to Istanbul to study at the university in 1992, still where I live. I graduated from Istanbul Technical University’s Control and Computer Engineering program. I work as a software developer. I am a former road bike racer [at amateur level].

You can read my blog here.

I engage in the compassionate act of providing food and assistance to stray cats and dogs, offering them nourishment and aid. This effort supports these vulnerable animals, helping to improve their living conditions and well-being, reflecting a commitment to the care and welfare of animals in need. Please consider supporting my efforts on Patreon.

Özgür Nevres with a rescue dog. I engage in the compassionate act of providing food and assistance to stray cats and dogs, offering them nourishment and aid. This effort supports these vulnerable animals, helping to improve their living conditions and well-being, reflecting a commitment to the care and welfare of animals in need.
I engage in the compassionate act of providing food and assistance to stray cats and dogs, offering them nourishment and aid. This effort supports these vulnerable animals, helping to improve their living conditions and well-being, reflecting a commitment to the care and welfare of animals in need. Please consider supporting my efforts on Patreon.

The title of my blog, “Science Doesn’t Care What You Believe”, serves as a steadfast reminder of the enduring nature of scientific truth, irrespective of individual beliefs or societal biases. In the realms of metaphysics, pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, and religion, where subjective interpretations and unverified claims often cloud our understanding of reality, this title underscores the importance of empirical evidence and rigorous scrutiny. It reflects a commitment to the principle that knowledge should be grounded in observable, testable reality rather than the shifting sands of personal conviction or cultural lore. Echoing the wisdom of Carl Sagan, who famously said, “Science is a candle in the dark,” this title champions science as a beacon of clarity and reason amidst the murky waters of misinformation and speculation.

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