Nicholas J. Camacho

Nicholas J. Camacho

@nickjcamacho

Followers65
Following99

Aspiring jack of all trades | @cnsenergy | @aggriedata | @bluetreepoint

Trinidad and Tobago
Joined on April 29, 2015
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nickjcamacho and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
3 days
Average replies
136
Average retweets
2028
Average likes
5867
Tweets with photos
58 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
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Naval
2 years ago

How to Get Rich (without getting lucky):

Wind turbines capture the kinetic energy of the wind and convert it to electricity. #windenergy #windpower #windturbines https://t.co/ahvfZn048Y

Wind turbines capture the kinetic energy of the wind and convert it to electricity. #windenergy #windpower #windturbines https://t.co/ahvfZn048Y

Capitalism produces ecological crisis for the same reason it produces inequality: because the fundamental mechanism of capitalist growth is that capital must extract (from nature and labour) more than it gives in return.

Tolerating a problem has the same consequences as failing to identify it. #principleoftheday https://t.co/RhvVJr8XO2

Tolerating a problem has the same consequences as failing to identify it. #principleoftheday https://t.co/RhvVJr8XO2

I just published The Masks Masquerade https://t.co/qWjIaEZLsE

Michael Moore Presents: Planet of the Humans | Full Documentary | Direct... https://t.co/Nw0FkZ8TGB via @YouTube

T&T spends about $3 billion (about US$441 million) on the purchase of new vehicles every year. 
That’s about two per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and equal to about six per cent of T&T’s annual budget.
T&T now has 1.1 million registered cars on the road. https://t.co/UDERR52iRh

T&T spends about $3 billion (about US$441 million) on the purchase of new vehicles every year. That’s about two per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and equal to about six per cent of T&T’s annual budget. T&T now has 1.1 million registered cars on the road. https://t.co/UDERR52iRh

Watch out for people who argue against something whenever they can find something—anything— wrong with it, without properly weighing all the pluses and minuses.  Such people tend to be poor decision makers. #PrincipleOfTheDay https://t.co/5gdJb1TZcU

Watch out for people who argue against something whenever they can find something—anything— wrong with it, without properly weighing all the pluses and minuses. Such people tend to be poor decision makers. #PrincipleOfTheDay https://t.co/5gdJb1TZcU

Many people have been working longer hours than usual during the pandemic. Is remote work to blame? https://t.co/HAjlDYyJ6j https://t.co/Ptz1cHAXUN

Many people have been working longer hours than usual during the pandemic. Is remote work to blame? https://t.co/HAjlDYyJ6j https://t.co/Ptz1cHAXUN

Thanks for the great podcast @KevinHart4real and @joerogan, really inspired me

Jamaica's inflation rate for the last 10 years averaged 6.1% #jamaica #caribbean #kingston #inflation #economy #economics https://t.co/Kdl5dlwpGF

Jamaica's inflation rate for the last 10 years averaged 6.1% #jamaica #caribbean #kingston #inflation #economy #economics https://t.co/Kdl5dlwpGF

The Debt Ratio is a good indication of the financial health of a company. #debtratio #finance #financialanalysis https://t.co/5C9tEe6Aiq

The Debt Ratio is a good indication of the financial health of a company. #debtratio #finance #financialanalysis https://t.co/5C9tEe6Aiq

Trinidad and Tobago's population over the last 10 years averaged 1.345 million persons. #trinidadandtobago #population #caribbean #economic #economicoutlook https://t.co/sr0QLtOenK

Trinidad and Tobago's population over the last 10 years averaged 1.345 million persons. #trinidadandtobago #population #caribbean #economic #economicoutlook https://t.co/sr0QLtOenK

One of my favourites - The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai https://t.co/t5r9ivCvjD

One of my favourites - The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai https://t.co/t5r9ivCvjD

Total Natural Gas Utilization for 2019 was 1,255,019 MMScf
The largest portion continues to be LNG, which accounted for 57.34% of all Natural gas used in 2019
#energy #naturalgas #gas #lng #ammonia #methanol #trinidadandtobago https://t.co/fiJ2sbPsvb

Total Natural Gas Utilization for 2019 was 1,255,019 MMScf The largest portion continues to be LNG, which accounted for 57.34% of all Natural gas used in 2019 #energy #naturalgas #gas #lng #ammonia #methanol #trinidadandtobago https://t.co/fiJ2sbPsvb

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