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How can these two studies be so far apart?

NBC News: 11% of millennials are >$100K in debt, only 1% have more that $100K saved.

(https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna862376?__twitter_impression=true)

Bank of America: 17% of millennials have more than $100K saved.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/finally-some-good-news-about-millennials-a-growing-number-save-100000-2018-01-23

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Whoa. Good twitter thread about Trump corruption through Nader (agent for UAE and SA) and Broidy (Deputy Finance Chair RNC).

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Yo math peeps! What can you tell me about this? Is there any interesting math going on here? Can it be applied to anything other than cool gifs?

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New efficient and inexpensive technologies could allow extraction of rare earth elements REE, critical components of many electronics and green products, from waste coal ash. This innovation could enable the U.S. to enter into the $4 billion rare earth element production market while recycling coal ash in an environmentally friendly way. This breakthrough could be critical; China, which controls over 90 percent of the supply, with wide implications on the U.S. economy and national security. “For example, after China reduced export quotas in 2010, the cost of rare earth magnets for one wind turbine increased from $80,000 to $500,000.

https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2017/Q4/purdue-innovation-could-provide-inexpensive,-clean-way-for-us-to-enter-4-billion-market-to-recover-rare-earth-elements.html

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The move is in line with President’s Xi Jinping’s plan to construct a social credit system based on the principle of “once untrustworthy, always restricted”, said one of the notices which was signed by eight ministries, including the country’s aviation regulator and the Supreme People’s Court.
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