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Economic Multipliers
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Economic Multipliers (79):  IF, the value of pooling money and resources, technology, energy, education and disability examples, jump starting capital projects, taxes, motivated people  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (80):  Good teachers, teaching and developmental organizations, old handbooks, manuals, training materials and to-do lists, old versus new knowledge, educational road maps, Project Gutenberg  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (81):  Fiscal cliffs, deficits and job equivalents, equity versus debt, accumulated debt, unfunded and underfunded future obligations, fiscal responsibility and accountability, ‘adult’ behaviors, privatizing profits, socializing losses, capitalism for the poor, socialism for the rich, betting against teams, solving problems, impacts of bartering, governments solving problems  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (82):  Pollution, Superfund, environmental taxes, waste streams, gleaning data, evaluating existing processes, reducing cleanup costs, VHS videotape case spectrometers, preliminary environmental monitoring, solving problems, punitive fines, installation and operating costs, EPA databases, equipment manuals, data collection and site analysis apps  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (83):  Vigilante justice, real justice, selective justice, no justice, worlds out-of-control, laws as agreements, implicit bonds with people you do not know or may not like, community and national strength, societal interconnectedness versus group interconnectedness  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (84):  Reverse innovation, common sense, low-tech is now hi-tech, expanding global markets, closely matching products to needs, staying profitable, leveraging product and manufacturing bases, raising standards of living, increasing access to high quality medical care  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (85):  Bundling products and services, D.A. backlogs on drug cases, bundling court cases, consistent sentencing, using time to your advantage when grouping people with the same problems  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (86):  The Future, global snapshots, numbers and science, changing technology, medicine and food production, espionage, desertification, climate change, migrating people, changing back, being responsive and responsible  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (87):  Reading strategies, selective reading, the advantage of professionally prepared audiotapes, eReaders, text to audio software, overcoming reading difficulties, attention deficit disorder  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (88):  Trincheras, gabions, small rock dams, trapping silt, (re)establishing waterways, wet areas and habitats, preventing erosion, riparian zones, turning barren land into land that supports life, buffering climate change, protecting against drought and wildfires  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (89):  Sublimation, purification of thoughts, purification of substances, purification of water (as ice vaporizes), the power of ice, Ken Libbrecht’s Field Guide to Snowflakes  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (90):  Disease, alcohol, drugs, toxic exposures, the environment, STD’s, minimizing problems, wellness, getting tested, the media's impact, boring but exciting lives, dating  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (91):  Optimization, real world suboptimization as interconnected people and things consume knowledge, materials, resources and time, practicality, common sense, robustness, recipe optimization based on available ingredients, peppernuts (Pfeffernüsse)  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (92):  Doomsday thinking, generational mistakes, orchards, gardens, food production, community outreach programs, tool libraries, seeing wealth in existing resources, tapping into the time, energy and knowledge of retired people, using technology well, ‘showing up’ for neighbors, valuing youth  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (93):  Visualization, success, probability-based thinking, exercise attachment for defining success, changing probabilities, creating our world  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (94):  Frames of reference, smoking, responsibility, trash, waste drop off points, recycling, dry wells, infant health, burning plastics, dioxins, dog walking  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (95):  Opportunities, continuing education, electrical concepts, electrical linemen, jobs, not screwing around, personalities of jobs and the people in them, physical fitness, methodical work, safety, job focus, coworker trust  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (96):  Trust as an economic multiplier, Nordic country economics, ‘socialized’ systems, tax bases, access to daycare, private companies running public businesses, business and worker support systems, free health care, good schools  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (97):  Negative economic multipliers due to lack of knowledge, pest / bug control, impacts and hazards of planting crops, winter survival of larvae, getting rid of sources of problems  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (98):  God, religion, community benefits of religious organizations, personal beliefs, benefits (and sometimes hazards) of joining organizations  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (99):  Advertising, eNotebooks, small digital footprints, font art, efficient searchable storage of text-based information, inspiration, acupressure, colds, allergies, bronchitis  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (100):  The value of comments, making websites more valuable, content-based comments, comments that create little or no value, disagreeing while offering good solid arguments for alternatives, creating economic multipliers, creating 'luck'  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (101):  Pace, sanity, simplification, teamwork and choices, the value of time and energy  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (102):  Capital gains, double taxation, equitable taxation, how investors in anything view ‘losses’ in relation to taxation, business risk, the difference in thinking between ‘hirers’ and ‘hirees,’ risks that workers do not take on, how business owners can be shielded from risk, valuing people who want to make capital gains, the argument for taxing capital gains like ordinary income, tax shelters that shield profits, dividends that get paid via 'borrowed' funds  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (103):  Abundance as a negative economic multiplier, too many things, too many natural resources, too much food, too much time, too many choices, too much anything, waste  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (104):  Good news as an economic multiplier  (OPEN)
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