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10/25/2012 04:08 PM EDT

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SylvieBarak
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SylvieBarak   10/25/2012 5:02:50 PM
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1) Mark Zuckerberg 2) George Takei 3) Marissa Mayer 4) Larry Ellison 5) MythBusters 6) Scott Adams - cartoonist and creator of "Dilbert" 7) Jimmy Carter (he has an engineering degree) 8) Montel Williams 9) The Rutan brothers

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tb1   10/26/2012 9:25:59 PM
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Dr. Jonathan Clark, former NASA space shuttle crew surgeon who designed the space suit Felix Baumgartner used to recently break the 50 year old high altitude jump record, breaking the sound barrier in the process.

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tb1   10/26/2012 9:42:19 PM
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(I should say 'oversaw the design' of the suit--it was a company called David Clarke that actually built the suit).

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maryl19   10/26/2012 9:49:16 PM
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Nichelle Nicols

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Brian Fuller2   11/7/2012 5:45:37 PM
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I second Sylvie's Myth Busters nomination... I'd add Steve Chu, DOE secretary, Nobel winner and Berkeley guy.

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