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UHC Lecture Series 2008 7) Rethinking Independence Day

Wednesday, July 2, 2008 · 6:30 PM
Budlong Woods Branch Library, 5630 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL

7. Rethinking Independence Day

Lecturer: Michael Repkin, Repkin Biosystems
Date/time: Wednesday, July 2 at 7:00pm
Location: Budlong Woods Branch Library
5630 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL (map)
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Lecture summary

As we move forward in a new reality, we must find new ways to create resilient independent systems to provide ourselves and our loved ones with life support. One way to ensure an abundance of resources is to examine our interaction with these resources. Michael Repkin will provide an overview of human life support, the 2175 concept and will discuss the SWEN model of resource analysis.

Seating limited to 30. Please register here for this event.
Join us afterwards for dinner at Hubs Restaurant!

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Rethinking Independence Day brochure (364 KB, PDF format).

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