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Economic Multipliers
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Economic Multipliers (27):  Natural disasters, national responses, 'stepping on toes,' the value of 'stuff,' asking for permission, taking control of situations so they don't go out of control  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (28):  Brevity in thought, the value of support and 'completeness,' multiple solutions to problems, systems design, gathering ideas to prevent and solve problems and design a 'cool' world  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (29):  Understanding energy, redundant cooling systems, heat and pressure, basic design, electrical grids, 'dumping' heat, pressure and loads, distillation, alternative loads, technologies for cooling, using the energy of a problem to help solve the problem  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (30):  Knowing 'what is missing,' preventing the preventable parts of disasters, global problems with infrastructure and response systems, shielding from radiation, slurry walls, shielded personal transport vehicles, taking advantage of a nation's 'talent,' windup emergency flashlights, individual solar distillation units, ideas for future infrastructure and equipment  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (31):  Making decisions related to infrastructure, preparing to be prepared for an emergency, understanding groundwater and surface water flow, containing contaminated water, creating groundwater and surface water 'islands,' dealing with contaminated water, slurry walls, access to knowlegable people and equipment, filtration, protecting people, emergency power, emergency connections, the value of prevention  
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Economic Multipliers (32):  The concept 'of benefit to all,' economic tradeoffs, taxes, multiplication of dollars and resources, creating revenue streams that create tax bases, social programs funded by debt, the value of strong economic bases  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (33):  Kids books, maximizing the value of educational materials, frameworks for learning, differential equations, learning 'outside your field,' basic HTML programming for the most simple web page, computer programming, stormwater routing, biodegradation of deicing fluids, probabilities, accuracy of numbers and results, 'experts,' field data versus data from modeling, orders of magnitude  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (34):  The lack of a 'sense of time' and a 'sense of cost' in educational materials, sanitary systems and sewers, kids DVDs, farming, caring for animals, equipment and maintenance time and costs, contracting costs, revenue streams, tax dollars, educating kids so they know how to get work done  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (35):  Electric power cords, carpentry, batteries and battery powered tools, extension cords, 'casual' tool users, tool and battery maintenance, cordless tools, variable speed power drills, soil and surface and groundwater contamination, hazardous waste recycling and disposal, not having problems, maximizing user and national value  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (36):  Pavers, root cleaning, gardening, civil unrest and civil wars, Ajami, perceptions, community judges, sentencing, solar cooker design, Libya, builders, scientists, engineers, economists, social scientists, ‘enhanced’ solar distillation, building and destroying wealth, metaphors  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (37):  Food production, grocery store eating, self-sustaining farms, gardening, orchards, food preservation, food education, food banks, worms, use of public and social institutions property for food production, food oriented curriculums in schools, increasing the base of community food production and food producing tools and resources  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (38):  Soil production, growth mediums, hydroponic gardening, moisture retention, nutrients, pH, heavy metals and toxins, forest floors, agricultural, lumber and paper industries, economic bases, wooded areas, public forests and parks, leaves, grass, organic debris, soil depletion, harvesting organic material, composting, worm castings and bins, manure, bacteria, viruses, weeds, dandelions, tea, edible roots, herbal medicines  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (39):  Bees, car accidents, panicking, avoiding bees, catching bees, bee stings, allergic reactions, when to seek medical care, baking soda and water, minimizing ‘bug’ cleanup, food production value, killer bees, alcohol toxicity  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (40):  Food production, helping people who can't afford food, creating broader local food supply bases and better bases of soil, community gardens and orchards, using social problems to solve social problems, free labor, laws pertaining to sex, testing for STDs, reducing health problems and keeping health insurance costs lower, the difference between morality and responsibility, new laws, food education for kids and communities, enlisting the support of volunteers  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (41):  Note taking, scientific discoveries, food production records, history, haphazard gardening, yields, economic analyses, monetary investments, costs of production, the value of time, feeding people, planning ahead, education and wealth, food shortages, peat pots and paper pots, origami, harvesting materials  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (42):  Pictures that tell a thousand words, bases for food production, Jared Diamond's work on cultural anthropology and practical agriculture:  Guns, Germs and Steel, 'core' needs for building bases where you can create economic multipliers, photo sites and Picasa, search engines and Google, bandwidth, using the Internet to reduce famine, mob behavior, clean air, water and soil, 'Haphazard Gardening,' fly fishing, ethnic dining and health, vortices  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (43):  Good authors, A Treasury of Humor by Eric W. Johnson, a 1959 book review by Field and Stream magazine, Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence, The Drifters by James Michener, social upheaval, fear, aging populations, a banned book, writing as a means to 'synthesize' the thinking of individuals and groups, Jared Diamond's reading lists  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (44):  The significance of words, talking points, banned and socially thought-provoking books, good and bad, trying on options and choices through books, motorized wheelchairs  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (45):  Making a difference, utility taxes and other sales taxes, tax ‘redirection’ programs, funding for government services, Myer Shark, David Cay Johnston, Free Lunch  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (46):  Individual ‘callings,’ tapping into the creativity and ingenuity of youth to help solve community problems, solar autoclaves, reducing infection and transmission rates, the CDC, vinegar, baking soda, salt, creating resources, community surveys, setting up problems to be solved in schools that parallel the problems that people need solved in their communities, setting up ‘collection points’ for solid scientific research that can be used to support ‘action plans’  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (47):  Using past problems to explore future solutions, Diffusion of Innovations by Everett Rogers, Finland, reindeer herds, snowmobiles, advantages of ‘head starts,’ creating welfare societies, costs to buy, use, insure, maintain and replace things, dorms for young people, employment for handicapped people, operating rules, daycares, energy costs, thought processes that go along with wealth retention  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (48):  Knowing what to fight for, the Federal Reserve, analyzing speeches of political candidates, bad loans, government bailouts, structural problems in the financial services industry, 'risk-free' thinking, compensation, composition of corporate boards, federal guarantees for investments, derivatives, reverse mortgages, understanding loan amortization  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (49):  Empathy, 'Doc Martin,' humor, catalysts for understanding social behavior, the nature and structure of cruelty, victim creation, the empathetic understanding of the conditions which create wealth, problem solvers versus problem creators, Eleanor Roosevelt  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (50):  Discount selling, discount shopping, customer retention, economic storms, charitable donations, funding infrastructure and services, the value of taxes, impacts of regulations, the need to make profits, covering business expenses, business risk, the value of purchasing and taking care of 'quality'  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (51):  Regulated utilities, off-the-grid living, individually owned power plants, good planning, support for construction, upkeep, maintenance and training, quality, reliability and consistency, power outages and emergency response, energy assistance programs, choosing infrastructure that fits communities while taking advantage of local climates, minimalist but reliable renewable lighting systems, battery and capacitor storage, reducing impacts of startup loads, evening out energy usage over time, matching developing infrastructure to realistic revenue and tax projections  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (52):  Composting toilets, Saharan Desert, Caribbean Sea, asthma, coral reef damage, sanitary systems and infrastructure, civil engineering education, building soil, securing soil, revegetating the globe, economic analysis of various types of infrastructure, Six Degrees Could Change the World, global warming, glacial melting, droughts, residential versus industrial waste streams, equatorial belt design, drug residuals, thesis topics, expanding arable land, desalination, solar heating, radiative cooling  (OPEN)
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