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41Yahoo! Finance, $37 to $162: The Strange World of Birth Control Pill Prices, 2013.
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50Inglehart, Ronald and Norris, Pippa, Trump, Brexit, and the Rise of Populism: Economic Have-Nots and Cultural Backlash, 2016.
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55NASA, Journey To Mars: Pioneering Next Steps in Space Exploration, 2015.
56WikiQuote, Arthur C. Clarke, 2017.
57Constructor Theory, Constructor Theory, 2016.
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69Apis Cor, The first on-site house has been printed in Russia, 2017.
70A Writer's Residency, Reimagined, Write a House, 2017.
71Greybeard Rentals, Asheville Monthly Furnished Rentals, 2017.
72The New York Times, Baby Boomers’ Second Act, 2017.
73The Atlantic, How Cubans Live as Long as Americans at a Tenth of the Cost, 2016.
74Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, National Health Expenditures 2015 Highlights, 2015.
75Wired, Easy DNA Editing Will Remake the World. Buckle Up., 2015.
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80Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Gross Output of All Industries, 2017.
81Department of the Treasury, Financial Report of the United States Government - Fiscal Year 2015, 2016.
82National Priorities Project, Military Spending in the United States, 2016.
83Zero Hedge, US Household Debt Rose To $12.6 Trillion In 2016: Biggest Jump In A Decade, 2017.
84Quartz, American car buyers are borrowing like never before—and missing plenty of payments, too, 2017.
85Forbes, Student Loan Debt In 2017: A $1.3 Trillion Crisis, 2017.
86MarketWatch, Americans now have the highest credit-card debt in U.S. history, 2017.
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88Internet Live Stats, Internet Users, 2016.
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90Federal Communications Commission, Broadband Performance OBI Technical Paper No. 4, 2010.
91Wikipedia, MIMO, 2017.
92Bambauer, Derek E., Filtering in Oz: Australia's Foray into Internet Censorship, 2009.
93Wenger, Albert, VPNs and Informational Freedom, 2017.
94Wenger, Albert, Government Just Gave Your ISP Even More Power: You Can Take it Back!, 2017.
95W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, 2017.
96Crain's New York Business, Judge rules on taxi industry lawsuit: Compete with Uber or die, 2015.
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101The Recording Industry Association of America, U.S. Sales Database, 2017.
102Johnson, Steven, The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t, 2015.
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104ZoomInfo, Universal Music Group, 2017.
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106Wikipedia, History of patent law, 2017.
107infojustice, Study: Most Important Innovations Are Not Patented, 2013.
108Forbes, Illumina Promises To Sequence Human Genome For $100 -- But Not Quite Yet, 2017.
109Science Exchange, Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics - Whole Genome Sequencing, 2017.
110Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lyme disease vaccine, 2017.
111Longitude Prize, Longitude Prize: The History, 2017.
112The New York Times, Supreme Court Ruling Could Hinder ‘Patent Trolls’, 2017.
113Reuters, Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call away, 2017.
114Naked Security, Why this doctor posted his medical history online for anyone to see, 2015.
115Transparent Blog, Culture Shock in China – Bathrooms, 2013.
116Information is Beautiful, World's Biggest Data Breaches, 2017.
117The New York Times, How Meditation Changes the Brain and Body, 2016.
118Skidelsky, Robert and Skidelsky, Edward, How Much is Enough? Money and the Good Life, 2012.
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120The Influence, Why Disappointment Is Crushing: Dopamine, Addiction and the "Hedonic Treadmill", 2016.
121Masa NYC, Masa NYC Reservations, 2017.
122The Telegraph, Mothers asked nearly 300 questions a day, study finds, 2013.
123van Alstyne, Marshall and Brynjolfsson, Erik, Global Village or Cyber-Balkans?, 2005.
124Pariser, Eli, The Filter Bubble, 2012.
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127MIT Media Lab - Medium, The Incredible Jun: A Town that Runs on Social Media, 2015.
128Wikipedia, Flight distance record, 2017.
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130The World Bank, World Development Indicators, 2017.
131UN IGME, Child Mortality Estimates, 2017.
132Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, FRED Graph, 2017.
133Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Real Median Family Income in the United States, 2017.
134Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Households and Nonprofit Organizations; Credit Market Instruments; Liability, Level, 2017.
135Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Gross Domestic Product, 2017.
136Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fatal Injury Reports, National, Regional and State, 1981 – 2015, 2017.
137Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2015.
138Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Durables, 2017.
139Bureau of Labor Statistics, Medical care in U.S. city average, all urban consumers, not seasonally adjusted, 2017.
140Bureau of Labor Statistics, College tuition and fees in U.S. city average, all urban consumers, not seasonally adjusted, 2017.
141The World Bank, Health expenditure per capita (current US$), 2017.
142Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Housing Inventory Estimate: Total Housing Units for the United States, 2017.
143National Human Genome Research Institute, DNA Sequencing Costs: Data, 2017.
144Trenberth, Kevin E and Smith, Lesley, The Mass of the Atmosphere: A Constraint on Global Analyses, 2003.
145UCAR Center for Science Education, The Troposphere - overview, 2011.
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147NASA Space Science Data Coordinated Archive, Earth Fact Sheet, 2016.
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149BASF Corporation, BASF’s Port Elizabeth facility produces 50 millionth emissions control catalyst for automotive catalytic converters, 2012.
150The USGS Water Science School, How much water is there on, in, and above the Earth?, 2016.
151University of Michigan Health System, Myth of 8 Glasses of Water a Day, 2015.
152The World Bank, Annual freshwater withdrawals, total (billion cubic meters), 2014.
153How Stuff Works, How much money can I save with a water filter?, 2010.
154Statista, Per capita consumption of bottled water worldwide in 2015, by leading countries (in gallons), 2009.
155The World Bank, Can we really put a price on meeting the global targets on drinking-water and sanitation?, 2016.
156Hunger Math, How much food does the world produce in one year, 2012.
157Hunger Math, How many calories will feed one billion hungry persons?, 2012.
158United States Department of Agriculture, U.S. Agricultural Productivity Growth: The Past, Challenges, and the Future, 2015.
159Business Insider, The world's first robot-run farm will harvest 30,000 heads of lettuce daily, 2016.
160Moura, Maria Cecilia; Smith, Steven; Belzer, David, 120 Years of U.S. Residential Housing Stock and Floor Space, 2015.
161American Housing Survey, Rooms, Size, and Amenities - All Housing Units (NATIONAL), 2013.
162Federation of American Scientists, U.S. Textile Manufacturing and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations, 2014.
163European Environment Agency, Per capita household expenditure on food and clothing and disposable income in European countries, 2014.
164Statista, Per capita expenditure on apparel worldwide in 2015 and 2025, by region (in U.S. dollars), 2015.
165Fashion United, Global fashion industry statistics - International apparel, 2012.
166Newsweek, Robots Will Soon be Making You a Custom-Fitted Sweater, 2015.
167Just Style, Can robotics redefine the future of apparel manufacturing?, 2015.
168U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Pocket Guide to Transportation, 2015.
169ARK Invest, How Many Cars can One Zipcar Replace: Zipcar and the Impact of Car Sharing on Auto Sales, 2014.
170Statista, Percentage of U.S. hospital costs in 2015, by type of expense, 2015.
171Roser, Max, Everyone is better off – Life expectancy increased in all countries around the world, 2016.
172International Data Corporation, Smartphone Shipments Reach Second Highest Level for a Single Quarter as Worldwide Volumes Reach 355.2 Million in the Third Quarter, According to IDC , 2015.
173World Economic Forum, Germany just broke its own energy record and generated 85% of electricity from renewables, 2017.
174EcoWatch, Renewables Dominated New U.S. Power Generation in 2016, 2017.

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