Julieth Gomez

Graphic Artist, CE
Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia

About Julieth

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Bio

Just another dreamer. Another green dreamer.

Languages

English, Spanish

Areas of Expertise

Electronics, Maintenance & Engineering, Biomedical Engineering

An idea worth spreading

Think green, live greenER.

I'm passionate about

Animals and Environment, Electronics, Karate Do , IEEE, Politics, Art, Music, Diving, Traveling, Biomedical engineering.

Universities

cuc

Talk to me about

TED, Movies, Animals, Vegetarianism, Music, Arts, Travel.

People don't know I'm good at

Thinking out of the box, out of the galaxy.

My TED story

A really potential good friend almost kill me when I told him that I didn't know anything about TED, so I looked for it and here I am.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Julieth Gomez
Posted 7 months ago
Derek Sivers: Keep your goals to yourself
I'm convinced that this is true, at least for me. But I also know a lot of people who like telling the world what they are going to do so they can feel more pressure and then do it. Different people have different ways to work, I guess.
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Julieth Gomez
Posted 7 months ago
Stuart Firestein: The pursuit of ignorance
I really liked the way he explained what kind of ignorance is useful and what kind is not. It definitely proves that "The more you know, the less you know", or maybe: "The more you know, the more you wonder". Our education systems should change in order to make us wonder, not to make us feel like we know a lot. Awesome talk.
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Julieth Gomez
Posted 7 months ago
Andras Forgacs: Leather and meat without killing animals
While I agree on one side, I'm vegetarian myself and the idea of a veg world seems wonderful, we have to accept not everybody thinks the same about veg food and people are used to eat meat and it's not an easy task. This option, growing meat, once the process has been improved and it actually tastes like meat and has the same properties, it's looks more like a solution. A lot of people are against animal cruelty but they love meat, so they are going to buy this. Would it be expensive? They are just starting with the research, of course it's expensive now. Once they start producing more and more, prices are going to decrease so it can be available to everybody. It's a long process.
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Julieth Gomez
Posted over 2 years ago
Kevin Stone: The bio-future of joint replacement
I'm vegetarian too, but if today a lot of animals are sacrificed just to eat (when more of the needed nutrients are easily found in vegetables and grains), why not take advantage of its bones to improve quality of people. The only thing it's not clear for me is if the used already dead animals or live animals?