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    1. 1. How does the United States Debt Stack up?<br />The Measure of Our Money<br />
    2. 2. Our Dollar<br />The United States One Dollar Bill<br />6.14 Inches Long<br />2.61 Inches Wide<br />0.0043 Inches Thick<br />A 1” Stack = $233<br />A 1’ Stack = $2,796<br />
    3. 3. Dollar Vs. Man<br />6’ Tall Man = $16,776<br />He Pingping = $5,126<br />(World’s Shortest Man at 22” Tall)<br />Sultan Kosen = $22,601<br />(World’s Tallest Man at 8’1” Tall)<br />$22601<br />$5126<br />
    4. 4. World’s Tallest Animal<br />George the Giraffe<br />19.2’ = $53,668 Tall<br />Giraffe’s Tongue<br />20” = $4,660 Long<br />
    5. 5. Money Amount<br />$1 = 0.0043”<br />$100 = .43”<br />$1,000 = 4.3”<br />$10,000 = 3’7”<br />$100,000 = 35.8’<br />(3 story House)<br />$1,000,000 = 358’<br />(25 Story Building)<br />$1,000,000 Tall<br />$100,000 Tall<br />
    6. 6. Eiffel Tower 902’ = $2,591,992 Tall<br />
    7. 7. Empire State Building = 1,454’ = $4,065,384 Tall<br />Burj Khalifa (World’s Tallest Building) = 2,717’ = $7,596,732 Tall<br />Tall Buildings<br />
    8. 8. More Tall Things<br />1 Mile = $14,762,880<br />Grand Teton (WY) 13,771’ = $38,503,716<br />Planes Fly at $83,880,000 or 30,000’<br />1,000,000,000 (Billion) is 67.7 Miles High<br />$83,880,000 Altitude<br />Grand Teton = $38,503,716<br />
    9. 9. The International Space Station<br />The Space Station Flies Between $2,553,978,240 & $4,222,183,680<br />(173 to 286 Miles above the Earth) <br />We are still not even close to our National Debt. <br />We haven’t even reached Bill Gates.<br />
    10. 10. The Earth<br />Once around the Earth = $367,205,612,999<br />(24,859.82 Miles @ Equator)<br />$1,000,000,000,000 (Trillion)<br />Will go Around the Earth 2.7 Times<br />(67,737.5 Miles)<br />
    11. 11. Earth to the Moon<br />It take’s $3,526,215,168,850<br />To Reach the Moon or what the Government<br />Spends every 3 months<br />
    12. 12. The National Debt<br />$14,491,066,000,000 @ July 11th 2011 6:30 p.m. M.D.T. <br />Will make it to the Moon 4.1 Times<br />Circle the Earth 39.5 Times<br />And produce 3,564,501Stacks of One Dollar Bills the height of the Empire State Building and result in a wall of Money 75’ Wide X One Mile Long X 1,454’ High.<br />
    13. 13. United States Total Debt<br />$54,938,226,000,000<br />15.6 Stacks to the Moon<br />3,721,376 Miles Long<br />149.7 Times around the Earth<br />75’ Wide X 3.8 Miles Long X Empire State Building High<br />
    14. 14. United States Total Unfunded Liabilities<br />$114,623,975,000,000<br />32.5 Times to the Moon<br />7,764,337 Miles <br />312.3 Times Around the Earth<br />75’ Wide X 7.9 Miles Long X Empire State Building High.<br />I would rather ride a Rocket to the Moon <br />

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