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Last Friday night, I had the pleasure of attending a lecture with neither.

To say the event was packed would be an understatement. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen a tail on a science lecture before, but now I have. When the doors opened, people went into our auditorium faster than I ever saw-actually, I don’t think I ever saw people pass through and just run around the back of the seat before …

The madness of the party, the hearing about Bill Nye was incredible. Being a longtime educator and entertainer, Bill is the master of an efficient and effective presentation. In addition, he taught me very important lessons during my talks-the lessons that I taught, even if I am not a scientist or an engineer …

Here’s what I want to share with you today-my acceptance from Bill Na’s presentation that can be applied to your life, no matter what your major …

Bill Nye is an excellent example of what I call.

I believe that hacking thinking is something we should try to cultivate. We should always strive to make things better. We don’t have brains so we can do the same thing over and over again. They’re made for.

Bill demonstrated the usefulness of this thinking when he showed how the nearsighted relation to the sun actually helped NASA to better appreciate the color of the Martian sky. In exercise of the old hobby of his father, trying to do more and better than the solar dials, he stumbled upon a tool to obtain accurate colour testimony from the shadows they create. At present, for all purposes and targets, the solar set on Mars rover-all because of the bunkering of Bill …

As it turns out, the cultivation that hacking in our free time is an even better idea than you might think, because we have huge problems ahead.

With a rapidly expanding population, energy issues, climate change and a government policy that somehow.

But it’s good to think about it and think about what you can do. We cannot afford to think only as individuals, trying to cover up their own bases, and then resting on the laurels …

As an active member of the blogosphere, I am very conscious of the growing minimalist movement. Many people at my age decide that they would prefer to live without any kind of stuff and press their lives to those who have no right …

Is that good? I think the answer is mostly. Our country is usually one of the excessive consumption, so any effort to live with the smaller is probably good …

However, I don’t think we should just live with less.

Bill Nai thinks the same as his answer to the question of what to do with our limited resources:

“The key is not simply to live with a smaller one; it will do more with less.”-

Back to the nun of hackers: instead of just deciding to live with less and move forward with our day (that is, lazy), we have to try to understand how we can use what we need to do more. Bill says, “What if you can make the solar panel 50% effective?”

Maybe you’re not a scientist, but you can ask, “How can I make money that I spend on energy more efficiently?” (maybe buy solar panels for your house, ride a bike more, or work outside to turn your lights off?).

During the lecture, Bill often wrapped the point he made ironically (but not so ironic), saying something like: “ Maybe you can fix it sometime and …

I would like to add that he does not really invent an effective solar panel at 5,000% or does not invent how to return the carbon dioxide back into space to change the world. As I said, all we need is to look beyond our individual problems and to apply hacking to the problems that we all face …

I do this by trying to help the students do more in college, and I hope some people can learn to use their potential as much as possible.

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