Why Have Americans Become More Obese

@inproceedings{Cutler2003WhyHA,
  title={Why Have Americans Become More Obese},
  author={David M. Cutler and Edward L. Glaeser and Jesse M. Shapiro},
  year={2003}
}
An ambient room illumination responsive control automatically changes the setting of a thermostat with ambient illumination. A thermostat has a pair of temperature responsive switches connected in series with control leads and a controller to low voltage A.C. power. A bypass relay has contacts connected in parallel with one of said switches. An illuminating sensor has a photoresistor in series with a resistor connected across leads with a common node connected to the gate of a controller… CONTINUE READING

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