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Nathan Climer
Attends North Carolina State University
Lived in Cheshire, CT
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From the president being able to win with as little as 22% of the popular vote, to widespread gerrymandering, to gridlock (partially) due to the fact that the only viable system is a 2 party system, to having far too much money in politics, voters feel more and more disenfranchised. Does the president have any ideas on what to do about our broken voting system?
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Ya'll are doing it wrong. TEAM GRIDDLE. WITH STALE BREAD TO START.
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You should do a video purely on the blight, its pretty...impressive. You can drive for MILES in the Canadian Rockies now without seeing a single living tree.
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:-( Great video, but @1:57 you say "The only energy humans had that didn't derive from the sun was water power". But water power is solar power. Unless we're talking geothermal hotsprings or tidal harnesses (at the time period, unlikely), the energy in water power comes from water flowing from uphill to down hill. The water gets uphill by first being evaporated (by the sun) and moved (by the wind, which as you go over, is from the sun) then condensed (which is energy lost) then flowing ever downhill until it hits the sea.
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North Carolina is actually one of the most populous states, ranking 10/50 in population @9,848,060 people (Michigan slightly beats us with, 9,895,622, we beat New Jersey with 8,899,339 (est July 2013 wikipedia))
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Hey, can you do a video on end of life care? I think American's misunderstanding of that is one of the biggest drains on our healthcare system.
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Cheshire, CT - Worcester, MA - Morrisville, NC
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"Mad engineer" is much more accurate than "Mad scientist"
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  • North Carolina State University
    Master's of Computer Science, 2013 - present
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Bachelor's of Science in BME & ECE, 2006 - 2010
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We got our ring from William Travis Jewelry, and it was an excellent experience. We did it together, and even after hours of research my fiance and I still felt a little overwhelmed: she doesn't wear a lot of jewelry and memorizing all the numbers and grades for diamonds (like a good engineer) didn't really prepare me for the experience at all. But they helped us out with everything, from choosing a stone (and explaining what they were worth) to material to the design. They were honest and upfront, extremely knowledgeable: they knew all the answers and could explain anything technical, but I never once felt like he was throwing words out there to just confuse and bamboozle me. Throughout the whole process I felt very well taken cared of. But the thing that stood out to me overall was their obvious passion for their work...the artist would go off onto tangents and began thinking out loud, they walked us around the studio and showed us the process for making the rings....they were so proud of the pieces they were working on, had planned, and their numerous awards. In the end, we have a stunning ring, (I feel like a should mention, within my planned budget) that is absolutely one of a kind.
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