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Economic Multipliers

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Economic Multipliers (131):  History surrounding Shakespeare’s and Queen Elizabeth’s (I) lives, black teeth, dental health, sugar  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (132):  Yes means yes law, getting a better handle on sexual assaults, clearer guidelines for law enforcement and social service agencies and educational institutions, preventing STD’s, protecting the health of individuals worldwide, promoting respect for the rights and freedoms of others  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (133):  Automobile accidents, pedestrian accidents, speed, the value of slowing down, the ‘cost’ of accidents  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (134):  Photos of dew, Solar Distillation Practice for Water Desalination Systems, good content, projects that require individuals from every walk of life, necessary knowledge, solving the world’s water and food shortage problems, finding added uses for salt, finding practical and non-destructive ways to change the world, books and apps and knowledge and pictures and working relationships that are wealth creating  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (135):  Good eyesight, taking ‘eye breaks’ when doing closeup work, reducing the number of children and adults who will need glasses or have longterm vision problems  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (136):  The value of knowing how to swaddle a child, protecting babies and young children, teaching kids techniques that will create value for them and their families, communities and nations  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (137):  ‘Tracking Santa,’ kid fun, raising physically, mentally and emotionally healthy adults, supporting physically, mentally and emotionally healthy communities, cultivating strong, supportive and enduring relationships as ‘gifts’  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (138):  A French way of eating, French Kids Eat Everything (Karen Le Billon), food rules that guide healthy eating, no snacking policies, making sure kids do not see food and/or drinks as a punishment or a reward  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (139):  The value of physical therapy, the value of exercise, simple things the body does on autopilot when it’s not injured, the value of healthy bodies  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (140):  U.S. Supreme Court decisions and precedents, safeguarding citizens, protecting the rights of individuals who protect other’s rights, challenging Supreme Court decisions, the choice to give up rights when committing crimes, baselines for protecting rights  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (141):  Windows of opportunity, lower prices and freed up money, money as an investment tool, different kinds of investments  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (142):  Budgets, getting financially grounded, differences between financially grounded and financially ungrounded families, saving for the future, how time has changed how many people think about spending and saving  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (143):  The value in knowing ‘fun’ and ‘humiliation and abuse’ are not the same things, short-term and long-term impacts of abusive things that people sometimes find funny, excess risk for everyone that other people can create because of their behaviors  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (144):  Business anomalies, working with other businesses, when opportunities may not be opportunities (for either business), profiting from ‘work,’ an old book … Visioning for Success! … using probability-based thinking to create your life … finding new life in an eCommerce world  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (145):  Economic sources of water, drought, distillation, solar heating, radiative cooling, desalinating water, $10 water, useful statements, heat pumps, beavers, wind power, mechanical power, direct current  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (146):  AARP, American Association for Retired People, aging populations, solving social problems, affordable everything, political organizations, learning from and partnering with organizations, programs, products and services which keep people mobile and in their homes  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (147):  Stock market volatility, returns on investments, preferred stocks, preserving and growing wealth, how money/equity/income can affect the ability to make money in the stock market, how the cost basis in a stock affects returns  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (148):  The value of healthy feet, some tips related to calluses, cracking, blisters, sores, odor, numbness and pain  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (149):  Nature’s way of spreading seeds and propagating plants, plant propagation, seed dissemination, biodiversity, blackberry bushes, maple trees, ‘helicopter’ maple seeds, nature-based pruning and fertilization, plant ‘products’  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (150):  The future of self-driving vehicles, transportation options for an aging, less mobile population, making things easier for businesses and the younger generations, rental businesses, ramps and motorized scooters  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (151):  Legalization of recreational marijuana, ‘time’ and poor judgment, legislation which at one time was more protective of youth, TV shows that tried to help educate youth and develop societies  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (152):  Teamwork, coaching, developing physically, mentally and emotionally healthy kids and adults, learning how to support people in positive ways, tutoring, mentoring, getting grounded, developing friendships, emotional rollercoasters, physical rollercoasters, mental rollercoasters  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (153):  Consumer Reports,’ independent research, being a good consumer, evaluating online reviews, public (library) access to useful information  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (154):  Valer and Josiah Austin, Nicholas Locke, political refugees, immigration, changing landscapes, ‘big difference’ people, building rainforests and wetlands one tree, trinchera and gabion at a time  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (155):  Financial market economics, personal economics, a 5 cent fee on trades in financial markets, helping level the economic field a bit, investing in the future:  education, retirement, businesses, housing, transportation, daycare, libraries, job resource centers, etc., letting individuals make personal investment choices while helping educate about personal, community and national economics  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (156):  Abandoned offshore oil wells, remediating environmental problems before a disaster occurs, funding environmental programs, job retention, skill retention, minimizing litigation, paying full product costs, taking advantage of an ‘economic window’  (OPEN)
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