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About meRui Filipe Rodrigues Vaz was born in Porto, Portugal in 1984.
As far back as he can remember he has been curious about stars and planets, life and its meaning. As he grew, his curiosity drove him to learn many different subjects from areas as contrasting as religion and science.
During his adolescence he learned to play the drums, sparred with poetry, and was an amateur actor while earning a degree in Psychology, which he completed in 2007, the same year he began writing Visions of Gaea.
Today he studies Applied Physics in Faculdade de Ciências do Porto and continues to write Visions of Gaea. His only wish is that he never ceases to see the world with the inquisitive passion of a child, or to be amazed with life and death, Science and God.
He currently resides in Porto, which curiously, is a city next to Gaia.

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