Aria Darabi was born on April 28, 1993 in Scarborough, Ontario. Around the age of 8, Aria was separated from his father due to issues with his parents' relationship. Moving from home-to-home and living a difficult life filled with poverty, Darabi conducted his studies out of initiative. After reuniting with his father 3 years later, Darabi realized he could use the opportunities given to him to truly make a difference in the world.
Suffering from psoriasis (a chronic illness characterised by lesions on skin), Aria is researching methods to cure it through trial and error. Due to psoriasis' striking resemblance to cancer (uncontrolled hyper-regeneration of cells), finding a treatment or cure to the illness could present ideas to truly curing cancer. On top of this, Darabi is known under the alias 'Stock Loc' which he uses to produce electronic music.
Darabi's music is regarded as revolutionary by his fans due to his need to innovate new ways to implement existing and new musical theories. No two compositions are alike.
In his spare time, Darabi writes video game-related articles for an online cultural website known as 'WhatCulture'. His ideas on video games are well-recieved by the majority of all the site's users.
In addition to his past-times, Aria is known for being one of the first students in Canada to have taken a course on the electrical side of solar panel installation. Aria Darabi is currently studying at George Brown College in downtown Toronto in order to complete his course on electrical theory. Doing so will pave a way for Darabi to attain his electrician's license.
Areas of Expertise
Electrical , Music composer / performer / technology / theory
An idea worth spreading
If we can find a way to resuscitate a person from cryostasis, we would be able to venture forth into the stars. Time would literally freeze for the cryonauts (a term coined by me to describe deep-space astronauts) and it would resume the moment they reached their destination.
Not only would we have to figure out cryostasis, but we would also have to figure out self-steering spaceships. Without a conscious human crew, deep space travel would be short and deadly. Humans MUST find a way to accomplish these two crucial tasks if we want to have any chance at an existence beyond a million years.
I'm passionate about
Humanity. The only way to truly driving humans forward into the universe is to sit in the driver's seat and do it yourself.
Talk to me about
Anything you deem interesting. I enjoy learning about EVERYTHING. Literally.