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Economic Multipliers
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Economic Multipliers (53):  'Engineering types,' solving problems, intuition, observation, Thomas Edison, math and science education, informal versus formal education, experimental design, changing probabilities, multiple optimums, incorporating local resources and needs  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (54):  Scientific concepts, product design, system design, managing problems, global warming, ‘tipping points,’ reef stress, reef gardening, reef parks, scuba diving and snorkeling, evaporative cooling systems, solutions can create problems too, applying math and science, educating for the future, collecting data using scientific-minded local people and vacationers  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (55):  Numbers, math, humidity, dew, dew point, condensation, water, saturation of air, relative humidity, air pressure, solar insolation, design of solar distillation units, brackish or saline water, local resource advantages, passive systems, conductivity, blackbodies, impacts of color, emissivity, air pressure, vacuums, radiative cooling, system efficiencies and blended systems, prototypes, 'lazy' design  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (56):  Motors, mini blenders, lower gears, economic value, reliable quality power, product quality, the value of reading directions  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (57):  Mentally, physically and emotionally healthy kids and adults, controversial topics related to health insurance,  balanced debates, genetic stability, selective morality, keys to making health care affordable, the benefits of having young people IN the health care system, medical advances, backwards arguments, saving afterbirths, the cost of paperwork  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (58):  Jerome K. Jerome, Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, Three Men in a Boat, light reading, boating, human nature, pets, a changing (is it?) world, Benjamin Franklin, virtues, vices, the Seven Deadly Sins, good marriages, one man’s thoughts in the 1800’s on the nature of women, poverty, work, and ‘laziness’  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (59):  Plagiarism in education, enhancing kids reading, writing and speaking skills, creative writing versus 'content-based' writing, preparing kids for the workforce, preparing kids for home ownership, citing other people's work, copyright violations, Mark Twain, the value of kids book  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (60):  Starting small, 'go slow to go fast' and 'do a little to do a lot' concepts, attention deficit disorder personalities, selecting exercise, a diet strategy, planning meals around vegetables, Budokon, accomplishing things, strategies for reading, cleaning, studying, paperwork and enlisting volunteers  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (61):  Heat waves, local temperatures and humidity, power failures and outages, operating rules for air conditioning systems, dehumidification, hot water preheating systems, building design, good ventilation, shade, eaves, drapes, fans, radiative cooling, condensate cooling, secondary heating systems, climate acclimatization  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (62):  Ownership, use and enjoyment, time and people as assets, the concepts of slavery and abuse, Edgar Guest, Robert Collier, visualization, philosophical belief systems, scientific advancement, ‘things’ versus ‘people,’ libraries, the Internet, owning knowledge, increasing bases of wealth and ownership  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (63):  Elections, write-in candidates, VOTE for ME campaign, scandals, rumors, biographical information, choosing staff, living in a changing world, political independence, educated choices, the nature of voting, making a difference, the impacts of social networking, candidate responsibility, understanding existing systems when thinking about change, long-term thinking  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (64):  Options, independent living, aging, disabilities, recovering from illnesses, resource rooms, assistive devices, luck, magic, good fortune and work, minimizing negative economic multipliers  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (65):  Haiti, tent cities, knowing people, hurricanes, metal detectors, GPS devices, protecting property, developing strategies for minimizing the impacts of disasters  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (66):  Monetary equivalents, building and retaining wealth and protecting assets, understanding what money stands for, one way interest rates change things, investment and return on investment (ROI), the durability of wealth, protecting bedding and furniture, waterproofing mattresses and pillows, oozing wounds  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (67):  ‘Stoplight’ policies, JAG, working relationships, retaining and improving employee productivity, standards of behavior, communication styles, humor and practical jokes, hazing, comfort levels  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (68):  Seeds, bulbs, plant runners, plant cuttings, hybrid and genetically engineered seeds, heritage/heirloom seeds, seed collection and storage, germinating seeds, cultivating plants, seed and plant banks, archeological discoveries of seeds, ‘engineering’ solutions  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (69):  Avoiding ‘fixing’ yourself and extra problems, addictions, good and bad habits, balanced lives, the value of supportive families and friends, distorted views of money, the concept of ‘unearned’ income, committing to debt/payments  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (70):  Advice, Annie’s Mailbox, 'questionable' photos, societal bounds, preventing problems, liability, keeping your kids and grandkids safe  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (71):  The value of networks, creating individual and community wealth via supportive organizations, reducing the work associated with care giving, dealing with illness, injuries and disabilities in communities, Lotsa Helping Hands organization  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (72):  Victimizing children, negative campaign ads, ‘conservative’ values, the impacts of media, the trouble distinguishing between ‘real’ and ‘out-of-context’ and ‘manufactured’ in a digital age, questions to ask when evaluating negative ads, critical thinking skills, raising kids, ‘Vote for Me’ campaign  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (73):  Camping skills, tents, power outages, conserving heat, staying warm  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (74):  Camping skills, heating food, water and fluids efficiently, staying warm, stoves and cooking vessels, options for cooking, candle power, a bit of cooking data, pasteurization temperature, making the most of your resources  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (75):  The value of not knowing things, exponentially expanding social problems, online correspondence, staying out of trouble, operating rules, making choices that reflect the development of good family and community relationships, developing and using technology to prevent problems in the judicial and social services areas  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (76):  Democratic principles, individual rights, the separation between church and state, lawsuits, weak links, peace, prosperity  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (77):  Understanding frames of reference to make it easier to have a ‘good life,’ the concepts of ‘happiness’ and ‘contentment,’ arranged relationships and marriages, movie scripts and ‘fairy tales,’ supportive relationships, lifelong love  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (78):  Wars, doing well for yourself, doing well for society, taxes, gifts, building and maintaining infrastructure, trickledown economics, becoming an adult, using technology to reduce negative economic multipliers, supporting responsible spending and change  (OPEN)
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