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Debt: The Key Factor Connecting Energy and the Economy

There are many who believe that the use of energy is critical to the growth of the economy. In fact, I am among these people. The thing that is not as apparent is that… 3,438 more words

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US 2015 Oil Production and Future Oil Prices

Oil production can be confusing because there are various “pieces” that may or may not be included. In this analysis, I look at oil production of the United States broadly (including crude oil, natural gas plant liquids, and biofuels), because this is the way oil consumption is defined. 1,157 more words

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Steps On How To Go About Cosmetic Surgery

Have you started to think about cosmetic surgery? There is so many information out there that it can be overwhelming. Luckily, this article provides an excellent collections of information you need to know about cosmetic surgery. 140 more words

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Why we have a wage inequality problem

Wage inequality is a topic in elections around the world. What can be done to provide more income for those without jobs, and those with low wages? 3,260 more words

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Our economic growth system is reaching limits in a strange way

Economic growth never seems to be as high as those making forecasts would like it to be. This is a record of recent forecasts by the International Monetary Fund: 3,378 more words

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Steps On How To Go About Cosmetic Surgery

You can use plastic surgery to help you achieve an appearance you are more satisfied with. When you undergo cosmetic surgery, you can improve, enhance and/or tighten your face and/or your body at a price that is becoming more and more affordable by the day. 129 more words

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Why Globalization Reaches Limits

We have been living in a world of rapid globalization, but this is not a condition that we can expect to continue indefinitely.

Each time imported goods and services start to surge as a percentage of GDP, these imports seem to be cut back, generally in a recession. 1,965 more words

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