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you can download this ppt with The Economist's top surveys on what Entrepreneurial Revolution of Sustainability generation and nations will require as well as help vote for top 50 worldrecordjobs creators

class2020.pptx

nb humans welcome as member of B&Y - ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to send you invitation - we dont use ning approval listing as it wasn't designed to test for humans!!

AFORE YE GO - 10 things you can do here student year 2019-2020

1 join our twitter myUNUSlab-tell us if there is a moment your peers can co-create with us - ask for a whatsapp guided tour of out top 100 listings

2 our teams next trip to boston october will catch up with latest world of ezra vogel who has inspired everyone who loves both china and japan youth for over half a century -

3 we also try and drop in on tufts whose arctic circle student networks has no equal in usa

4 we would like to understand if the legatum team who buu8lt bkash as banking for billion poorest is interested in brac university the studies of all tech for the billion poorest and all franciscan true service microfranchises

5 prep your own pack of worldrecirdjobs playing cards - for student union and sdg events wherever millennials sustain communities futures

6 reread my fathers consider japan 1962- of the G8 nations that needed in 1945 to stop world wars with each other- japan took on the role to improve engineering in such a way that two thirds of humans asians would win-win; the europeans were suppose to design west europe not to war and to reconcile over a hundred nations future that had been messed up by colonisation- america took on the jon of being the world cheerleader which it did brilliantly until the death of jfk- boston has always been the hub for entrepreneurs loving each others nations peoples development unlike DC which lost its way after jfk died and west coast usa that had first shot at coding everything but engineering almost zero infrastructure

7 we love to chat to any stuidnet clubs uniting the new schwarzaman coleges www - in particular can we share any news from the dgs segments lof the following events

aug -africa and japan ticad:

sept geneva rehearsal of unga climate summit; new york climate and sdg summit of UNGA

november apec

plus everywhere you can help us reach between now and the tokyo olympics of www.musicforsdgs.com and broadwaygoal.com

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19-20 alumnisat newsletter 1 - to humanise AI millennials only need one sdgs university - the best, the freest

ou can download this ppt with The Economist's top surveys on what Entrepreneurial Revolution of Sustainability generation and nations will require as well as help vote for top 50 worldrecordjobs creators

class2020.pptx

nb humans welcome as member of B&Y - ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to send you invitation - we dont use ning approval listing as it wasn't designed to test for humans!!

AFORE YE GO - 10 things you can do here student year 2019-2020

1 join our twitter myUNUSlab-tell us if there is a moment your peers can co-create with us - ask for a whatsapp guided tour of out top 100 listings

2 our teams next trip to boston october will catch up with latest world of ezra vogel who has inspired everyone who loves both china and japan youth for over half a century -

3 we also try and drop in on tufts whose arctic circle student networks has no equal in usa

4 we would like to understand if the legatum team who buu8lt bkash as banking for billion poorest is interested in brac university the studies of all tech for the billion poorest and all franciscan true service microfranchises

5 prep your own pack of worldrecirdjobs playing cards - for student union and sdg events wherever millennials sustain communities futures

6 reread my fathers consider japan 1962- of the G8 nations that needed in 1945 to stop world wars with each other- japan took on the role to improve engineering in such a way that two thirds of humans asians would win-win; the europeans were suppose to design west europe not to war and to reconcile over a hundred nations future that had been messed up by colonisation- america took on the jon of being the world cheerleader which it did brilliantly until the death of jfk- boston has always been the hub for entrepreneurs loving each others nations peoples development unlike DC which lost its way after jfk died and west coast usa that had first shot at coding everything but engineering almost zero infrastructure

7 we love to chat to any stuidnet clubs uniting the new schwarzaman coleges www - in particular can we share any news from the dgs segments lof the following events

aug -africa and japan ticad:

sept geneva rehearsal of unga climate summit; new york climate and sdg summit of UNGA

november apec

plus everywhere you can help us reach between now and the tokyo olympics of www.musicforsdgs.com and broadwaygoal.com

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2019-20 alumnisat.com newsletter 1- in human ai world of 2020s. we only need 1 global university of sd goals -the best, the freest

ou can download this ppt with The Economist's top surveys on what Entrepreneurial Revolution of Sustainability generation and nations will require as well as help vote for top 50 worldrecordjobs creators

class2020.pptx

nb humans welcome as member of B&Y - ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to send you invitation - we dont use ning approval listing as it wasn't designed to test for humans!!

AFORE YE GO - 10 things you can do here student year 2019-2020

1 join our twitter myUNUSlab-tell us if there is a moment your peers can co-create with us - ask for a whatsapp guided tour of out top 100 listings

2 our teams next trip to boston october will catch up with latest world of ezra vogel who has inspired everyone who loves both china and japan youth for over half a century -

3 we also try and drop in on tufts whose arctic circle student networks has no equal in usa

4 we would like to understand if the legatum team who buu8lt bkash as banking for billion poorest is interested in brac university the studies of all tech for the billion poorest and all franciscan true service microfranchises

5 prep your own pack of worldrecirdjobs playing cards - for student union and sdg events wherever millennials sustain communities futures

6 reread my fathers consider japan 1962- of the G8 nations that needed in 1945 to stop world wars with each other- japan took on the role to improve engineering in such a way that two thirds of humans asians would win-win; the europeans were suppose to design west europe not to war and to reconcile over a hundred nations future that had been messed up by colonisation- america took on the jon of being the world cheerleader which it did brilliantly until the death of jfk- boston has always been the hub for entrepreneurs loving each others nations peoples development unlike DC which lost its way after jfk died and west coast usa that had first shot at coding everything but engineering almost zero infrastructure

7 we love to chat to any stuidnet clubs uniting the new schwarzaman coleges www - in particular can we share any news from the dgs segments lof the following events

aug -africa and japan ticad:

sept geneva rehearsal of unga climate summit; new york climate and sdg summit of UNGA

november apec

plus everywhere you can help us reach between now and the tokyo olympics of www.musicforsdgs.com and broadwaygoal.com

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Friday, August 30, 2019

breaking news aug 2019 yokohama declaration - japan-korea-china youth exchange triad

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2:34NOW PLAYING
Interview with founder of Entrepreneurial Revolution at The Economist http://erworld.tv http://normanmacrae.ning.com  
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Editors at The Economist discuss entrepreneurial revolution and why Norman Macrae supported Bangladeshi sdgoal 1 miracle networker fazle abed brac bkash bracU.net  -today's largest ngo collaboration

THE GAMES OF WORLDRECORDJOBS.com by chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 

Friends and Diaspora Scot family of Norman Macrae (Japan Order Rising Sun, UM CBE) will try to help anyone who wants to test playing this game. Some background Norman served as teen naviagting airplanes over moderndaty Myanmar - he saw world wars as an aberration of colonial empires; surviving war he was mentored by keynes on mapping the end of poverty which he tried to help readers of The Economist do between 1947 and 1991- in 1962 the Japanese were the first to join his celebrations - new tech: electriic engineering and microelectronics. computing and silicon chips, civil engineering, smarter machines together with american satellites could make the 60 years after the moon race the most exciting times to be alive-

IMAGINE worldwide education of each next child born could finally free every community's happiness and entrepreneurial spirit- but in celebrating optimistic possibilities Norman was well aware ortwell's opposite big bgrother end game might spin if media and politicians behaved dismally. The Games iof the 2020s will likely determine all human futures of to be or not to be . 2020 being 10th anniversary of dad's seath we hope for happiest partner networls - are your peers one of these?

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Thursday, July 11, 2019

2025Report.net welcome to 60th annual update of alumnisat.com - why not one global uni sharing knowledge economy of sdgs in association of east-west-south-north linkedin to friends/family of The Economost's (1 2) end poverty and 5G 4 3 2 1 0G journalist Norman Macrae (Japan Order of Risin Sun with Gold Bar, UK  Commander British Empire)NormanMacrae.net with special thanks to youth reporters sinojapan.org

Educators most excintng news and livelihood networs 1960-2030- we aim to cover most exciting 360 degrees from far fae east to far west, from deep south to far north and decade - if you dont already know how to access knowledge coied below ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk after searching cited names at worldrecordjobs.com (if you are permitted to blog, or otherwise wecat +1 240 316 8157 DC)

 

5G 2020s 

Japan celebrates 2020 completing first year of Reiwa, AI most visionary partnerships : Masa SON...linking launch of soc 5.0 Japan Olympics G20, 195 nationj celebration and consciousness celebration with pope francis

in 2017 china celebrates the yera of 5 million youth startsup -cool for a nation without a non state company in 1975 -see latest internet report china 2019 below , main source south china morning post and fan co-blog\gers alibabauni.com 

bG 1960s 

Economiost starts first AI debate 1982- what idf every child & engineering teacher had japan pocket calculatir instead of slide ruler 

second and 3rd ai debates - if man and machine can reach moon is aby sustainability mission impossible on earth, and if gordon moore alumni multiply tech 100 fold every devade 1G 1970s to 2020s 5G is there any life critical knowhow  that wont be freely app's through 2020 supoercities

 0G 1970s

peer to peer networking of life critiical services starts to be shared across 200000 bangaldesh vilages - thanks to former big oil ceo fazle abed and life changing innovation eg borlaugs rioce science, calcutta lab's oral rehydration- both in 1996 and 2017 bangaldesh girls networks unite hi tech partners in gfeatest leapfrog for poor solution billion women have ever co-created 

 1G 1980s

in 2025 report published 1984, taiwanese first to conceive fintechas main economic & social revolution 2000s-2010s

 

Japns maso son starts softbank- the benchmark ai fund of the 2020s- the benchmark japan-china-silicon valley partnership of 2000s 

 

 2G 1990s

first person to get mobile licence by nation typically makes a billion - eco,,errce launched in hi-tech west coasr by bezos amazon- two chiense tech wizrds spend 10 yeras prepping ecommerce and fintech for china's www opening -see lower down revolution for billion sme livelihoods 

3G 2000s 

 

 

 4G 2010w

 

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MOMENT alumnisat.com
debate : what if satellite entrepreneurs linkedin every school and livelihood now we have hundreds of million moore tech than used tio race to the moon in 1960s
- 5G and humansAI To be or not -60th annual debate started at Economistdiary.com and EconomistJapan.com 1962 
2025report.net 2019 main data updates listed at alibabauni.com

...today sharing economy models famous eg uber cars , airbnb places to stay, wework shared offices- when ma & ma began ecommerce and fintech in china without product  stocks and without  cash they did so to minimise capital-  eg ecoomerce focusing on big data of deliveries creates  millions more local livelihoods and SME"s not just with local delivery services but maximising how speculaisio local shopkepers could maximise communi9ty

History: 1995 world changed: us launch amazon ecommerce & yahoo chat portal- 2 chinese tech wizards named Ma tested sharing economy models of ecom & mobile finance for 10+ years with no chinese web- as china opened web ma & ma maximised sme jobs: ecom no product finance no cash 

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xx2019 big data comparisons china & usa china mobile internet 58% of chinese =857 million of which 583 use mobile pay usa mobile internet 81% of americans =268 million of which 62 million use mobile pay who analyses big data - usa financial sector hub of subprime, china ali&wechat
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Friday, April 19, 2019

 welcome to updates on rough translation from the Book , Games and Maps of the Chinese edition of World Record Jobs (WRJ) : 

English language blog at worldrecordjobs.com: 4 twitters: A B C D : 1 linkedin unwomens
Washington DC whats app +1 240 316 8157 email for english Q&A chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk EconomistDiary.com
NormanMacrae.net Family Foundation Norman Macrae (Japan Order of Rising Sun, UK Commander of British Empire) -The Economist's end poverty mapmaker 1948-2010

  WRJ shaping 2020s G5 sustainability's tipping point decade: leaders alumni most impacting integration of 2020s G5-AI.

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 Help map world of great places, happy families? 

 

 

 

5G4321: 2020-2010-2000-1990-1980

WRJ Gordon Moore (co-founder Intel) commitment to 100 times moore coms (silicon chip) tech every decade since the moon landing's 1960s can be a job creating opportunity everywhere- in terms of going beyond a world where you need

to be born in one of west's colonial empires- Asia has so far offered benchmark opporunities- the greatest low tech lab : bangladesh girl empowerment network around Sir Fazle Abed; tech solutions

started in japan thanks to knowhow of deming moved across the isthmus and isles korea south taiwan hong kong singapore from 1960s and then out of mainland china from 1970s; when it comes to 

internet companies imaginable from 1989 launch by tim berner lee of www; its fascinating to track what happened from 1995 on west coast usa versus east coast china- the

difference the us digital founders (with arguable exception of google) were not much geared to digital value chains being redesigned around markets valuing SMEs (small medium enterprises) whereas china's tech wizards wanted the internet to help create hundereds of

millions of village joibs as well as build smart cities - help us compare eg jack ma, pony ma and robin li versus amazon google and facebook 

WRJ10 Islands of Far East Rising Suns:  mapping since 1960 worldwide anchor of win-win trading aps in post colonial world race towards sustainability orbits out of every community by 2030

  • Emperor Reiwa 1 and EconomistJapan.com -recommended mkass media nhkworld
  • Maso-San (partners in vision of decade of more computer brains than humans) - links include WRJ Jack Ma (include MAolympics.com Economistwebs.com) and Jerry Yang (founder yahooo, Taiwan-American, cheif scout of humanAI and #DigitalCooperation out of stanford (connecting the world's 2 top digital Belts) -april 2019 update on transport revolution - maso-san  (soft bank) builds on his vision putting 1 billion dollars into uber to make it and autonomous driving culturally much better for what japan's convergence of car transportation markets and communities needs
  • Yoko Ono - G0-G5 generations number 1 dreamer for girls and boys of all generations 
  • Founder of Uniqlo (Japans richest man and biggest influencer on worldwide value chains of textiles and fashions)
  • Hong's Kong's richest man
  • alumni of Lee Kuan Yew - eg Mahbubani (link to WISE education laureates) and NUS - top 5 university valuing youth
  • Widodo and other connectors of island asean mainly south of latitude 20 
  • Origin of reality tv of Dragons Den 
  • Cultural dream of Satoshi - yet unfilled human intelligence of blockchain as one of top 10 tech revolutions connecting 2020s 
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     WRJ9 quarter of worlds people on east asian continet including 1.2 billion people from mainland china

    leaders of tech Jack Ma, Pony Ma, Rhen Z, Tony Li , leader of xaomi, 

    leaders of place trade mapping Xi Jinping and AIIB Jin; leaders of shanghai, bay area, major arcs of china's 360 degreeds of bodrer neighbprs

    leadership at tsinghu university 

    billionnaqi9re leaders of ten marketss conscious value chains :

    s korea: moon jae in and s korea conglomerate leaders

    leaders of thinktanks without borders and without vested interests 

     

     WRJ8 connecting quarter of worlds people dependent on south asia coastal belt

    • Fazle Abed partners of worrld largest jobs creatir ofr woemn and NGO indludingtechnolgists Quadir family (MIT- Legatum Dubai) 
    • Nilekani and alumni of billion person digotal id
    • India's other top 5 billionaires with a conscious market5 purpose
    • Manmohan Singh -India's chief Keynsian since 1950
    • Alumni of education and youthy valution vision of late great Kalam - eg gandhi family at lucknow
    • Spiritual movement leaders - eg Amma out of kerala and Mahosohio's world wide infleuence on meditation for teenagers incluiding those who take on icon sigificance (eg beatles)

     

     WRJ7 mainly from West's G6 both major empires of wealth and colonisation to 1946, notably all adminstered out of hubs north of latitide 40

     

    • Bezos western leader of changing market value chains as digotal rises beyond owning property (clicks takeover from bricls in marlets and way communities design homes and transport
    • Musk -and other leaders of era of going beyond dependemcy on carbon energy and all the wars/walls caused by era ofr uneven distribution of key naturla resources
    • Case & Leonsis
    • Ken Langone eg turning nyu medical school tuition free
    • Steve Schwarzman ?Russia
    • George Yip 1 2 and Keyu Jin
    • Gordon moore and silicon valley see WR3
    • MIT berners leee negrpronte, joi ito (new engineering school) edwards quadirs ...
    • Travis Kalanik Uber  Brian Chesky et al airbnb
    • Prince Charles and Royals - Charles first to connect Japan with europe- royal leading alumni network of micro-green energy and goodwill accounting- links to eg Duke of York's Pitch at Palace worldwide entrepremeur competition; Charles green geograpihical networks including 3 of bbs's most valued globalsiation boradcasters: WRJ David Attenborogh, Michael Palin and Paul Rose
    • Alf Dubs - latest NHK Good Friday 2019 and founder Grand Orchestra of Xmas & alumni of Lech Walesa
    • Romano Prodi Italian trans;latior of Entrepreneurial R\eolution since 1976 , Leaders of Fransciacans - eg alumni of Pope Francis (inclusing latin american connections) and the late Pope John Paul (including Poland connections); alumni of harrison owen and all open space formats for everyones a thriving community's teacher and a learners
    • Soros and Gorbachev - particularly opening of societies empowered by community rising health service not activists independent of any practical ability to serve
    • Leaders of youth community building laureaes PremioSciacca.it and Rome's new underground colliseum of youth cultires worldwide
    • Leaders of Barcelona as number 1 knowledge cooperation city of 21st C western europe
    • Rickard Branson including Bcorps and America's youngest female nillionaire founder of spanx
    • Jesse Jackson alumni including friends of President Carters's museum of rights and green energy hubs - eg self.org and aluni of the late great Ray Andersen
    • Reed Hoffman -cofounded linkedin; inevested 1.5 bn in impact investing

     

     

     

     WRJ6 unwomens - guterres & 

     

     WRJ5 Herstory's Infratructure & other unknown bankig - Jim Yong KimKeyu Jin, BBC's 

     WRJ4 Herstory's mediators - underknown women eg @mackenziebezos 

    audrey cheng ;; leana wen ;;; sabina rashid ;; Dr Ola ;; lily qi

            
     WRJ2 & WRJ3 leaders whose lifelong learning curves integrate all of G0 to G5 - eg from tech of gordon moores silicon valley to the grassroorts girls vallege networking of sir fazle abed 
            
    WRJ1  G0 Before 1970 those who moved tech to the stage of the moon race eg von neumanjn and those who guide us through histiry's mo0st urgent need for reconcilaition eg gandhi, marco polo
            
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    Monday, April 1, 2019

    reiwajoy.com - congrats japan starting up most joyful empire on earth

    www.reiwajoy.com - lots more data at www.erworld.tv home of entrepreneuruial revoilution and consider japan since The Economist of 1962 with thanks to friends of NormanMacrae.net

     

    economistdiary.com trilliondollaraudit.com 10 joy economies U all - 10 loveq 9 arts4all, 8 health4all 7nutrition, 6 everyone's a skills teacher, 5 safe community, 4 greenenergy, 3 cleanwater, 2 trade4all:bri.school, 1Yoko imagine 2000 moon races earth's peoples

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    Wednesday, March 6, 2019

    welcome to GAIIB.com - Girls Artificial Intelligence Infrastructure Banking

    questions from quarterbilliongirls.com and womenuni.com- thnaks to moores law and other tech expoential accelartirs- the 2020s will become era of:

    AI unlimited brainpower ; clounds and G5 nowhere on earth needs be disconnected; how can mobile apps actionj life critical infor poorest vilagers never practiced before - see work of ma and fazle abed; how can smart cities save transportaion time/money of commuters- internet of things and real time sensoring; how will sensors chnage the 5 human senses with augmented reality; how will 3d printing localise manufacturing which analog and subtractive engineering could never dream of; what could blockchain do if transpareny eliminated mediators who take more and more for chanel dominance and who get policiaands to seve trheior veted interests instead of being servant leaders- this decade will be the most exciting to be aliv- cooperate smartly and we can end risks of extunction, we now know the old g8 nations are not going to chnge educaation aand emdiaa fast enough - fortinatly that leaves 192 nations that may help Guetrres to sustain humanity- and what will you do in all this chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - we are seraching for the 5001 twitter accounts that girls (and family builders) value most. @obamauni- why shoulnd every community be a safe and thrivuingg space to be born in and to exchnage win-win trades with? what was the point of a trillion times more tech than when man and machine raced to the moon if we cant land smarter safer cleaner livelihoods on every place on earth? Here are some twitter accounts from top 10 at worldrecordjobs.com

     

    3:42

     macrae @obamauni 8march

    SciFi ceases to exist in 2020s- anything imagineable G5 web to happen as we humanI & AI. Problem- will goodwill sci-fi & sdgs outspace outwit Big Brother scifi. i like chinese idea -maximise AI work early girls edu- what do you do to maximise GirlAi & gaiib.com

    cant mit

    cant follow all mit accounts i want cos 0f 5001 limit 39 Members 

     

     macrae

    Consider life's 6 most basic sdgs- last mile health food water, end poverty end gender abuse , livelihood edu. #ultrapoor S asia c. 50 million girls 10 thru teens carry stuff mainly water-imagine if drones did that - sdg girls future ops =alumni sir fazle abed brac, brac U bkash


    twitter.com/obamauni/lists IF moon races, moores doubling 18 months of chip-analytic-I map SDG economic webs then dad Norman Macrae started mediating Entrepreneurial Revolution 1960s Economist- download surveys erworld.tv/id541.html - tell us twitter account fit 6 spheres pictured

     

    youtube.com/watch?v=NmE226 big finance 300 trillion dollar gap! with sd goals- great aiib.org getting 100 nations bankers to luxembourg to launch infra as an asset class - we need a schools curriculum too bri.school -picture from aiib.org/en/news-events

     
     
     what if twitter accounts beamed us up to alumni of a world of loveq matching jack ma's vision     

    bri.school edu & bank joy of sdg maps - @obamauni X series lists - jack ma & mosa-san host japan year1 new emperor maps, jim kim now southern hemi maps, guterres UNctad find first 20 #digitalcooperation navigators- geneva links ITU, WTO WHO & IR4 hubs, Lux AIIB June

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    Wednesday, February 6, 2019

    NUKS supreme trump jong

    macrae

    gaiib.org which 20 leaders summits eg apec value girls most Economistgirls.com #metoo

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     apec's state of union - 5 feb  -Building a Framework for the 4th Industrial Revolution (us related notes ) trade guys web

     

    apec from Economistdiary.com

    2019 is year of IR$ and will be celkebarted chile nov

    2020 celebtaion will be hosted by UAE whose year also inc;ludes one of youth's 2 greatest expos along with japan olympics

    2021 celebration of pacifuic asian peopels sustainability ypouth will be hosted out of new zealand 

     

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    Monday, January 21, 2019

    25 unprecedented #DigitalCooperation dynamics by 2025 -please note i believe in optimistc rationalism =- open spacing how exponeniual multipliers can chnage human lot for bteter- i am well aware that when you multiply exponentials threats can compound unless everyone is linking in hiogher orders of trust=flpw and transparency- i welcome help in trying to describe what 5th grade teachers abd students could be quizzing each other on- how do we describe the next years opportunities in the simplest and most positive ways so that youth gain hope and dont lose it - see eg health servant networks of hope designed by paul farmer- although health may be the most obvious market dealing in life shaping hopes- please help us clarify any market which will need a more conscious purpose than ever before- for example fake media is an example of media not being designed with enough human consciousness

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    g5 no idea involves too much cloud usage or data streaming to connect everywhere  AI  combining g5 and anlaytic power with sensors - no learning too much for machines- sceince fiction no longer exists:anything iomaginable may be doable

     cyber

    everyhing digital brings treal world risks unless we have prooftested hoiw bad actors could hack things 

     biotech - health and diversity beakthroughs always depend as einstein clarified on mapping at smaller molecuklar level than previously assumed possible

     IOT internet of things- the end of it being normal to assume we are

    mainly surrounded by irresponsive things

     what big data platforms to collects and analyse to mico levels of action is the greatest co-creativity possibility space and drone tresearch no longer so costly that only governments can do iot- but what are protocols to keep peoples safe- and do bodres really exist in way history acclimatiused us too miroring work on sensors for machines is how we augment senses round humans- at least 2 important foci: people who have had been disadvantaged byh loss of sense may now gain most - so eg blind people can start to "see" the same way robot sees while maxiimising their superior functioning of other senses- virtla reality googles now mean almost any experience can be simulated but as well as huge coltiral and sceince exhnage possibilities, peoples minds could be hijacked or potentially fused by hackers
     quantum-singularity-computing power- moores law passes singularity -one chip now has more switching capacity than brain cells- quantom new computing design :bits squared" can we keep bhuimaising leaps ahead of the artoficila- for example can we make them outr training assistants and searchers - what loveq do humans need to ensure our youth are furst sustainability generation how will nature respond to man now playing on same scale she does  anticipate many tipping points or chaos theory's consequences on diversity etc of eg all living species as well as food and water and energy security
     3d printing -things can pop up anywhere   
        
        
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    4 big nations- when will we the parents of the sustainanility generatio free them to friend each other's real dreams and virual realities

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    Monday, January 14, 2019

    IHUMAN- tenmoore.com and 100 moon races on earth -changing education &
     
    35 years ago my father Norman Macrae's book - The 2025 Report on future of education mixing Ihuman and AI had the above impact on his fellow journalists at The Economist (obituary by The Economist chief scientist)

    So here's the human race's meta-context which student communities which friends and I linkin hope you will have time to explore . Good Luck

    IHUMAN- tenmoore.com and 100 moon races on earth -changing education &
    Dreadful as it was world war 2 started something Ihuman beyond all historical belief and imagination. It gave birth to coding and computing (see our biography on Von Neumann) and all sorts of new communications technologies including what Entrepreneurial Revolution called knowledge co-working  economics death of the cost of distance through satellite technologies.

     Roughly speaking landing on the moon was achieved with ten times moore connection of human and machine intelligence than 1946. Today, some media labs now invite teenagers to innovation contests where the prize is to send a small experiment into space (the cost of which is now under 10000 dollars!)

    IHAI 
    Between now and 2030 IHuman and Artificial Intelligence  accelerates through thousand times moore to an estimated 4000+moore by 2030. Science fiction may be disappearing as a genre, what can be imagined can be made reality if enough people have time and goodwill to network its action learning 




    So what do the purposes of the first 100 moon races on earth need to revolve round? iI worldwide youth - the half of us humans under 30  -are to develop the best of times not the worst? Our greatest risk may stem from not knowing how to measure progress of exponential multiplication. Macroeconomist measures like GDP place no value on intergenerational community learning because most of this profession and its media is fake- it does not truly measure whether peoples are increasing happiness, and all the female prized conditions that celebrate family building - an urgent puzzle which one of the world greatest innovators in education jack ma calls loveq. 

    Dare we accept the worldwide future history challenge that Eastern and Southern hemispheres first started exploring as "whole truth" at the start of the 20th century with youth cooperation heroes like Gandhi and Maria Montessori. All kinds of future possibilities have been locally experimented with somewhere - can humans and AI choose the right stuff in scaling networks that mother earth will judge by her operating (open system)standards as supreme leader of how our planed evolves?

     Training humanoids in open space 1 2- the next frontier?

    Does anyone know a robotics company that might train a humanoid in open space? Its actually a seriously urgent question if IHuman and AI are to make most of each other's spaces edu and belt road mapping make it simpler for youth to thrive as sustainability generation - last year chinese leader xi jinpings joyfully big idea was to make education and AI the same thing- 

    on my 9th trip to beijing i discovered that this month china has started AI curricula in girls primary schools as that's best way to feminise the future of education let alone of robots - as a child my favorite game was consequences if you can help with what the world said about girls ai please help with UNwomens articles at linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/hack-world-bank-now-jim-kims-gone-chris-macrae/



    Now that jim kim has been ejected by trump from DC he's spending next week linking in over 300 youth hubs at world economic forum- down the road in geneva they use a humanoid called sophia to welcome 5000 people conferences on what is sustainable future of trade

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    Friday, January 11, 2019

    The Story of Hubsworld from 1984

    Along with Entreprfeneurial REvolution's doubling scale used to debate the accelerating expoenetials of local globalisation at The Economist from time of moon landing ( ie consequences of life and luvelihoods if tech doubled every 7 years from 1946) It was foreseen in 1984 that as internet coms tech scaled places that valued youth livelihoods would need hubs (for all to live and learn)

    For everyone to become lifelong teachers and learners two types of youth needed to find each other - the tech wzards and those (more often women than men) facing a deep community building need- trusted to test a microfranchise solution -over 30000 of would need mainly open source/space replicaction across cities or villags around the world if a global village era was to blossom around 3 billion livelihoods renewing every community, transforming mother earths greenest possible infrastructures, human (girl empowerment networks) coordinating and celebrating (eg maolympic) macine intelligence not big brothers other way round

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    Consider the story of hubs 1995 (ER128 moore west internet ventires spiral),2002 (256 falso start with dotcom and enron eras in west ), 2009 (512 false ending of western finance, oriental fintech liftoff with smart mobile), 2016 (1024 AI liftoff at smae time as china reahes 5 million startstup a year) 2023 (2048) - noting that while usa west often got at least 3 years head start on desigining digital revolution's impact on peoples most urgent needs- its investment funds often lost the plot commercialisig ad models instead of livelihood education ones, analysing big daya for big organsiations not the intrapreneurial or small entrepreeurial ones that would be needed to integrate every locality into a worldwide age of digital cooperation

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    Thursday, December 27, 2018

    welcome to normanmacrae foundation including our cooperation partershhips GAIIB.com Girls Asian Infrastructure Investment Banking and USAiib.com USA infrastructure investment banking- we are interested in livelihood education infrastructure  and youth language/friendship exchanges empowered by universal mobile connectivity well as win-win world trade routes-
    worldclassnations.com  and 17 urgent sgds:we have never believed trust in economics exists seprately from livelihood education of youth
    -from 1962 to 1991 this belief guided The Economist as it grew from 3rd ranked english weekly to world favorite viewspaper- here is a 1984 excerpt from the 30 year learning curve if Entrepreneurial Revolution that readesrhip alumni considered

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    you can help us updat 2025 report 2020 version at co-nlogs such as

     

    • EconomistDiary.com help yoth be a year ahead in shaping biggest leadership debates and world stage celebrations
    • worldclassnations.com -which nations are connecting youth with Uniting Nations
    • economistlearning.com
    • we offer different worldwide window to coblog such as America old wealth 1 Europe old wealth 2 Asia new infrastructure and girl empowerment and big data small as well as QA&A on mediating 1000 to 2000 moore tech such as AIdemobracy.com and Universityofstars.tv

     

     clearly all sorts of youth and sustsiainality livelihoods amd community hubs would be different if the peoples reality tv web apprentice event had ocurred - why didnt it- there are 3 types of answers

     1 my father believed it was the duty of economic journalists to represent rational optimamalis- orwell had long ago presented 1984 in the middle of technology Big Brothering the world- my father was well aware of the Orwellioan possibility- indeed very small new media introductions have often had terrifying first movers; hitler had the seemingly small advantage of audio recodred linked to radio- his propaganda stremaed 24/7 while allies had to make their speeches live one-offs

    if you remember the world did indeed get webbed in risk in 2001 with 9/11 twin tiowers attack- unfortunately busg advisers like cheney were not the kind of people to reflect on mediating the truth of poverty's root consequences instead they faked english speaking media in usa and uk - those who chalenged their lie that saddam had chemical weapons were called traitirs- while usa had the tech to make defeating saddam quick its whole political class had no cultural understanding of how next to reboot safe and decent lives of the freed iraqi people- for those who feel that the Bush's adminstration acted in ways others would- doies that include the carelessness of letting subprime happen?

    2 recall that gore and bush were in a virtual deadheat in 2000- on that one choice itself impacted by Clintons womanising typical of america's powerful people to mid 2010s so much turned- and of course when it comes to what is big data analysis used for with today's pervasive hi0-tech the diference beteen america's digital evolution and china's is as different as jack ma 1 2  is as a mediator of global villagers from a rumsfeld or a bush or a blair 

    move firward to 2010s was it really likely that instead american briadsacting would create donald trumop as the workd's master realtiv ty apprentice, and US president- clearly as we map hub world's eviolution decade by decade  we need to be curious what youth education possiblities could have been not just what are spinning now and is there anyway out of fake media and all the fear instead of loveq english language mediation old and new has spun

     

     

     

    whats app+1 240 316 8157 my email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk where can youth hub
    cooperation from to most impact sustainability of

    • half world's people? 
    • half the worlds natural resources, 
    • humanise intelligence of era of 1000 to 2000 more tech than 1946 (100 times more tech than moon landing?youthhubwhere.jpg

     

    kim survey jan 2019: where will jim kim linkin next boston wellesley (seven sisters)

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    and which infrastucture investment fund ? 

     welcome to normanmacrae foundation including our cooperation partershhips

    GAIIB.com Girls Asian Infrastructure Investment Banking and USAiib.com USA infrastructure investment banking- we are interested in livelihood education infrastructure as well as win-win world trade routes- we have never believed trust in economics exists seprately from livelihood education of youth- unlike paper currency youth is a win-win currency wherever sustainability prpojects need repolicatng ti renew community renew planet or humanise intelligence linking 4000 times more technolgy than 1946- on our scal moon landing hapened at about 10 times moore; toiday we are accelerating through 1000 times to 2000 t6imes moore- which hubs can yout6h link round the world to celebrate 100 times more exciting cooperations than moon landing- and how can we make sure for the fiurst time in hosto9ry of our spoecies that girls have as great opportunity in life as boys

     

     

    Happy 2019 below - and happy 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

    Dedicated to youth who experience right old muddles

    I was tidying up my father's study. I found a little black note book. Flipping through the pages, I found a diary. Many items were headed another right old muddle day. There you would find a short profile of a young man- not much longer than the number of characters twitter permits. The bottom line- Comrade Jack Doe's plane left this morning at XX hours; .it has not returned

    Norman Macrae had spent his last days as a teenager navigating RAF planes in world war 2 over modernday Myanmar and Bangladesh.

    He was one of the lucky ones. At war's end, he went to cambridge- keynes final lesson was "increasingly only economists and ideologists rule the world" Their monopoly of laws lock in what is exponentially possible for a place's next generation. Therefore to be free and happy:  we the peoples must be educated enough to demand hippocratic oath of economists be: to design systems to gravitate goodwill to all around sustainability's 2 simplest goals-

    1. end any possibility of next girl being born into poverty- 
    2. design every community so youth have more opportunities with their livelihoods than their mom and dad  and granparents

     

     Norman Macrae applied Keynes recommendations on valuing the exponentials of intergenerational sustainability to writing 3000 leaders at The Economist 1948 to 1989. Only when he was aged 39 was he alowed to sign one survey a year since The Economist did not believe that journalists should be promoted as celebrities. His surveys were of 2 main kinds. Visiting a place and debating ideas on how its peoples lives could get better (and by getting better could make other peoples lives better too) -see his first signed survey consider japan 1962; from 1968 norman concluded that the imminent moon landing made it innovative to debate societal futures involving doubling of coms-tech every 7 years from 2030 back to 1946- that 2**12 over 4000 times "moore" coms tech. Would the exponential consequences of such unprecedented investment focus mobilise people worldwide sustainably or to end humanity (the scenario Geirge Orwell and apparently Einstein and more recently Hawkins had thought most likely). Norman called surveys of the optimistic tech-for humanity sort - a curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution. On the right we look at 3 of his library of 25+ future surveys - the happy future consequences of Japan from 1962; the future of valuing entrepreneurial revolution from 1968, and what his 1984 book (penciled at a time of 40 times moo0re compared with moon landing's 10 and 2020's 1500 times moore) assumed not just journalists and tecchies but educators would need to change if girls and boys of the 21st c were to be the first sustainability generation. Norman also applied his exponential  reviews "retrospectively" to key moments in history - below is as best we can recall his analysis of why and where the world was spinning to in 1900 and as it reached 1500. Norman's family and friends welcome comments- like Norman we are here to learn not to preach to anyone though we do have dreams for girls and boys all over the world which value norman's mapping and The Games of World Record Jobs Creators (our new book for 2020 being prepped in chuense and english) chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    Future of 1900 By Macrae: world's 4 largest economies were USA 18% up from 0% before new world disvovered in 1500; china was down to 18% and India down to 12% from both being about 33% in 1500- the last time that economies were huighly correlated with population sizes; Britain was at 12% up from 1.5% (which represents its population size). What had happened was Mercantile Colonial empires led by Britain into Asia had controled trades on their won terms decimating India's economy and from 1860 (when Britain ordered china to accept iopium as a curremcy for its spices and silks) , Additionally Germany and landlocked neighbors had rushed to be a great enginnering country but not having colonies would soon need to find a way to seize more carbon and steel. Therefore we can conclude that while world wars may have started around personalities, their root cause was the need to end the era of colonial empire and a secondary challenge te regaining peace would be to work out how to return a worldwide balance to human livelihoods that colonisation and then big bet bigger races to carbon extraction had made unsustainable

    1500 story: around 1492 northern europeans made the 2 greatest navigational discoveries: there was a new world to their west (soon called the Americas) and  that it was possible to circumnavigate africa and reach the south of Asia -something that med sea nations facing the land block of the middle east had assumed impossible - the ancient Silk Roads had evolved as the world gtrade's greatest overland relay because the west valued so much the spices and the silks from the east (especially china). This new world mapping posed a problem:  the navigational routes were long and killed a lot of sailors (so press-gang kidnapping youth and slavemaking began) and when the captain reached the far away destination he needed to trade on his empire's own terms using gunpower if needed (or soon in asia's case colonisation). Thus ended world trade that had once be balanced largely by where popluatuons were - big losers included eg the med sea had been a most positive space for nations to face connecting diversity of african asian and european produce waned, and India (then most of the south asian coastal belt)  with a fifth of the world's people got colonised by Britain. Therefore we beleive that the lesson for the persent day is that any true attempts to end poverty -and celebrate sust6ainability- across Asia and worldwide youth will need cultural literacy/reconcilaition coming from understanding nations that were once joyfully connected by silk road world trade route. Everywhere that new Belt Riads are bridged must be an opportunity for cross-culttiral celebrations by and for youth.

    In a century that had started so dismally with 2 world wars, the 1960s offered 2 extraordinary opportunities to celebrate world scaled progress for humanity. BY 1962 the Japanese had discovered better quaility engionners, microelectrinics, trains and containerised shippig. Trading in japanese microelectroni9cs was a win-win all round the worlkd and brought particular intiial gains to islands with Chiese Diaspora : Taiwan, Hong Kong a Britissh colony designated for return in quarter of a century, Singapore - a colony Britain abupted exited but fortunatley led by the greatest constistent nation builder of thye era lee kuan yew- jobs jobs jobs, location, location, loctaion, equality of housing for all cultures appear to have been his 3  to free the colonies enterprenjurail futures. The geography helped- world trade shipping from japan tpo the west hasd to pass singapore. Between 1960 and 1975 Japn grew to being 2mg biggest economym the chiense diaspora the 3rd most powerful financial network and unlike colonial trade all the growth camn from win-wins.

    The other great news of the 1960s was that JFK was prepared to ;put 5000 a,merican brains onto one united goal- show how telecomputing and human intelingence can race to thye moon. Down on earth's global vilages, Norman believed that successful moon race would cause doubilng of invetsment in coms tech every 7 ueras from 1946 to 2030- debating the consequences of this entrepreneurual revolution became his life's preoccupation. How to map win-wins of the end-poverty mapping kinds Keynes had asked economists and mediatiors to make together hippocratic oath. 

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     As Norman's debates of entrepreneurial revolution and intraprenurial now enagaged economist readers around the world -example china 1977

    - through the 1970s to1984 he went one further and decalared education trasnfromation would need to be in the middle of this if indeed sustanability generation was the human purpose all parnets among us value most.

    extract from 2024/2025 report written 1984The 20th C Economist's end poverty deputy editor Norman Macrae's alternative "little sister"/ womens empowermetn" future alternative to macroeconomists', big-low-trust-tech: orwells big brother - full book download here

     

    Changing education

    There has been a sea-change in the traditional ages on man. Compared with 1974 our children in 2024 generally go out to paid work (especially computer programming work) much earlier, maybe starting at nine, maybe at twelve, and we do not exploit them. But young adults of twenty-three to forty-five stay at home to play much more than in 1974; it is quite usual today for one parent (probably now generally the father, although sometimes the mother) to stay at home during the period when young children are growing up. And today adults of forty-three to ninety-three go back to school - via computerised learning - much more than they did in 1974.

    In most of the rich countries in 2024 children are not allowed to leave school until they pass their Preliminary Exam. About 5 per cent of American children passed their exam last year before their eight birthday, but the median age for passing it in 2024 is ten-and-a-half, and remedial education is generally needed if a child has not passed it by the age of fifteen.

    A child who passes his Prelim can decide whether to tale a job at once, and take up the remainder of his twelve years of free schooling later; or he can pass on to secondary schooling forthwith, and start to study for his Higher Diploma.

    The mode of learning for the under-twelves is nowadays generally computer-generated. The child sits at home or with a group of friends or (more rarely) in an actual, traditional school building. She or he will be in touch with a computer program that has discovered , during a preliminary assessment, her or his individual learning pattern. The computer will decide what next questions to ask or task to set after each response from each child.

    A school teacher assessor, who may live half a world away, will generally have been hired, via the voucher system by the family for each individual child. A good assessor will probably have vouchers to monitor the progress of twenty-five individual children, although some parents prefer to employ groups of assessors - one following the child's progress in emotional balance, one in mathematics, one in civilized living, and so on - and these groups band together in telecommuting schools.

    Many communities and districts also have on-the-spot 'uncles' and 'aunts'. They monitor childrens' educational performance by browsing through the TC and also run play groups where they meet and get to know the children personally...

    Some of the parents who have temporarily opted out of employment to be a family educator also put up material on the TC s for other parents to consult. Sometimes the advice is given for free, sometimes as a business. It is a business for Joshua Ginsberg. He puts a parents advice newsletter on the TC , usually monthly. Over 300 million people subscribe to it, nowadays at a 5-cent fee per person, or less. Here's an entry from the current newsletter:

    "Now that TCs are universal and can access libraries of books, 3-d video, computer programs, you name it, it is clear that the tasks of both the Educator and the Communicator are far more stimulating that ten years ago.

    One of my recent lessons with my ten-year-old daughter Julie was in art appreciation. In the standard art appreciation course the TC shows replicas of famous artists' pictures, and a computer asks the pupil to match the artist to the picture. Julie said to the computer that it would be fun to see Constable's Haywain as Picasso might have drawn it. The computer obliged with its interpretation , and then ten more stylised haywains appeared together with the question 'who might have drawn these?'. I believe we are the first to have prompted the TC along this road, but it may now become a standard question when the computer recognises a child with similar learning patterns to Julie's.

    It is sometimes said that today's isolated sort of teaching has robbed children of the capacity to play and interact with other children. This is nonsense. We ensure that Julie and her four year old brother Pharon have lots of time to play with children in our neighbourhood . But in work we do prefer to interact with children who are of mutual advantage to Julie and to each other. The computer is an ace teacher, but so are people. You really learn things if you can teach them to someone else. Our computer has helped us to find a group of four including Julie with common interests, who each have expertise in some particular areas to teach the others.

    The TC also makes it easier to play games within the family. My parents used to play draughts, halma, then chess with me. They used to try to be nice to me and let me win. This condescending kindness humiliated me, and I always worked frenetically to beat my younger brother (who therefore always lost and dissolved into tears.) Today Julie, Pharon and I play halma together against the graded computer, and Julie and I play it at chess. The computer knows Pharon's standard of play at halma and Julie's and mine at chess. Its default setting is at that level where each of us can win but only if we play at our best. Thus Pharon sometimes wins his halma game while Julie and I are simultaneously losing our chess game, and this rightly gives Pharon a feeling of achievement. When Julie and I have lost at chess, we usually ask the computer to re-rerun the game, stopping at out nmistakes and giving a commentary. As it is a friendly computer it does a marvelous job of consoling us. Last week it told Julie that the world champion actually once made the same mistake as she had done - would she like to see that game?

    I intend to devote the next two letters to the subjects I have discussed here , but retailing the best of your suggestions instead of droning on with mine."

    While the computer's role in children's education is mainly that of instructor (discovering a child's learning pattern and responding to it) and learning group matcher, its main role in higher education is as a store of knowledge. Although a computer can only know what Man has taught it, it has this huge advantage. No individual man lives or studies long enough to imbibe within himself all the skills and resources that are the product of the millennia of man's quest for knowledge, all the riches and details from man's inheritance of learning passed on from generation to generation. But any computer today can inherit and call up instantly any skill which exists anywhere in the form of a program.

    This is why automatically updated databases are today the principal instruments of higher education and academic research. It is difficult for our generation to conceive that only forty years ago our scientists acted as tortoise-like discoverers of knowledge, confined to small and jealous cliques with random and restricted methods of communicating ideas. Down until the 1980s the world has several hundred sepaate cancer research organisations with no central co-ordinating database.  
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    Sunday, June 24, 2018

    Help us tour Deep Learning Belt Road #BR0 0 1  2  #BR6  00 0 

    GAIIB.com hall of fame -when it comes to designing economies that sustain our human race nobody has innovated more than grassroots girls village networks :
    Bangladesh's BRAC now linking in bkash and jack ma's alipay - but even they cant cant develop livelihood education needed for milennials to celebrate being the sustainability generation without infrastructure- hence 
    linkedin UNwomens welcomes those who want to help map Girls Asian Infrastructure Investment Branding -



     friends of sir fazle abed bangladesh

    tech jack ma and bill gates ; edu gordon brown and wise -sheikha moza; un eminent; ; health james grant and jim kim and george soros;

     friends of jack ma

    sir fazle abed : unctad  tsinghua ying lowrey  edutech leaders out of china

     friends of pope francis and paulo freire

    sir fazle abed romano prodi tsinghua-italian-ali students;  hosts of premiosciacca.it

    rocefeller bellagio center MB 1 2  

     friends of un sdg economikc zones

    unga head 2017-2108 mark thornton - to verify guterres, unga 2018-19 

     friends of infrastructure investment and new dev banking

    president jin professor jin lse danny alexander nick stern  jim kim (aiib and world bank share billion gooar loan to indonesia to end slums; indonesia hosts world bank annual summit oct 2018; world development report 20o18-2019 on livelihoods

              

     notes on some local connectors - inquiries from studnt union club leaders welcome rsvp isabealla@uancknowledgedgiant.com mark lives near lincoln center in NY and has already had lunch with amy...

    he is quite busy in oxford for 3 weeks but the un is definitely his biggest platform if there is anyone there serious about having 17 goals but less than 10% funding- his idea sgd economic zones is compatible with guterres-jinping idea to plant a youth zone at every border belt road newly connects especially those previously 
    as you know franciscan values made the med sea belt at the west end of the silk road joyful- one reason why xi's biographer at brookings cheng li who also c100 interviewed kissinger says jinping wants the right sort of meeting with pope francis Henry A. Kissinger Keynotes Committee of 100 Event “U.S.-China Relations in the Trump-Xi Era” in New York | Committee 100  moreover outside china all south girl empowerment solutuons have been networked by franciscan value leaders from sir fazle abed disciple of paulo freire to jim kim and paul farmer 


    billy i am still struggling with finding one c100 person who gets it in spite of the first 2 founders celebrating cultural bridges of architecture and music and your friend being the main host of aiib president jin tour of silicon valley  (aiib mumbai 2018 is taking place this weekend as i write this)- in terms of population numbers 3 billion people of china and south asia remains the biggest sustainability challenge of all - i strongly advise people to study why jack ma together with brac.tv - a guide to collaboration's best for the world organisations has girls greatest solutions to sustainability - if we fail to celebrate that now all other belt roads progress will go lout of sync and the multipliers of bottom up fintech and edutech will never be mapped the way girls need empowered




    the head of the general assembly to the annual event in september is the one who congratulated mark as offering bigger idea than 40 other speakers including jeffrey sachs and aiib senior person in indonesia; this year the world bank october summit is in indonesia and its annual report is on livelihoods- so there are so many dots to be connected for saving the human species  but as always they need to be people who collaborate with mark and others ideas not those who wish to sell other agenda that confuse the hell out of youth =changing education because in the west we dont organise moocs so students can choose which sustainability solutions they want to replicate- china already does organise moocs "outside the classroom" in this way around the chief editor of www.aliresearch.com at tsinghua who amy has met and who is coming to meet my friends in bangladesh

    the next head of the un general assembly comes from ecuador- fortunately i met a former president of ecuador at an iqbal quadir event so will try me best to linkin mark
    ecuador of course is the home of darwin so all green goals

    thanks chris dc 240 3168157 GAIIB.com Girls Asian Infrastucture Investment Branding
     the latest global mediation project of The Economist's end poverty deputy editor Norman Macrae whose family and friends 

    mentor young jourmalists/educators of Entrepreneurial Revolution and mobilisisng sustainability since moon landing 1960s

     

    i have also introduced amy to matthew bishop who for 20 years edited what billionaires do at the economist but now works in ny for rockefeller foundation and their italian retreat where they arrange for academics to have quiet sabaticals; in fact matthew and john micklethwait now at bloomberg were the youth team my father backed in 1989 but they dont like to be reminded of that; nor apparently do friends of prince charles like to be reminded that my father wrote ;prince charles speeches celebrating the ;partnership of japan and uk when it was still unfashionable to partner the rest of the east's biggest enemy from world war 2- nor  does romano prodi like to be reminded that in 1976 he was the main european translator of my father's xmas survey entrepreneurial revolution Norman Macrae : Books & Surveys at The Economist  which argued that only mapping sme value chain globalisation could be sustainable 

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    Wednesday, April 18, 2018

    BGBworld - Billion Girls Boys jobs rich changing education : curricula, modes
    xedu74.jpgmore at Economist affilates illustrated including EconomistDiary.com
    -co-blogging the 7 summits to be at up to Maolympics.com in 2020 if you value turning summit wisdom into MOOCs and other free university education

     

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    WRJC E3 MA OPEN: Gateway17;  DamoCity   HanG20  MaOlymics 1 2 . alibabauni.com leapfrogtv.news quarterbilliongirls.com

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    Year 50 of ERworld's search for 30000 microfranchises

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    jottings leapfrog innovation is the socially most valuable kind, and ever more critical if today's umnder 30s are to be the sustainability
                      generation = typically a whole society that never enjoyed a resource - eg electricity grids - leapfrogs by having access to
                      eg microsolar- marketing of gtraditional innovations usually ebcounters costlyu chalenge of getting known and tried indiv\idual
                      by individual- leapfroging typically inmvolves a digital platform or a physical infrastructure where successful scaling happens
                      massively
    here is nobel economist edmund phelps on why mass thriving could be the most valuable idea economists have ever mediated
    My book mass flourishing argues that the surge in economic activity and the emergence of widespread growth and prospertty observed duting the 1800s and the first half of the 1900s cannot be understood solely as a consequence of scientific discoveries or chnages in government policies or institutions. An important factor, often disregarded, was a change in attitudes, which finally led to the unleashing of entrepreneurs and in turn, innovation. New or improved products and methods resulted in the spread of more rewarding work and a sense of flourishing - personal growth
    Professort Lowrey's book (publ;ished with inside case stdies from AliResearch- THE ALIBABA WAY, which describes and analyses the tremndous dynamism created by alibaba's ecosystem, exemplifies my basic themes transported to china's modern age. Rather than the steam engine ol the nineteenth centiry . alibaba uses infomation tech to enable mass innovation to flourish. 
    Thanks to this technology "growing by unleashing grassroots entrepreneurship" can be adapted by companies as a new strategy to win markets; it can also become a nation's startegy to improves the l.ives of its people
    potentiuaally universal acceess to smart mobile phones offers mnany lepfroging opportuniuties- most of these are being discoverfed in experiements with communities where mobile if the first phone (ie landline phones didnt exist) - bangladesh as well as china has become a world leadding partnership[ spoace for expoeriments in leapfroging - partly because it was chonsen as early as 1996 for massive experiments like vilage phone ofr the poorest and microsolar for the vilahges; partly becuae like china its revolution since 1972 has been concerned with womenn lift up half the sky; ie envisioning a world in which womens cointributions and lives are as great as men, and in fact greatesr as far as the wlorld's most urgent chalenges today linki the sustainability of our speciues
     
    but mentioning tehse ideas doesnt fully explain why so few innovators belive they canmassively help others with leapfrog

     
     

     new development Fintech & Ediead -will you help EconomistDiary turn world leaders summits into MOOCS- repurpose markets of health, energy, banking, edu for all

    valuetrue maths of keynes 2 exponential goals, SDGs-17 

    Massive**Open

    Online**Collaborations

    eg BRI.school Belt Road Imagineering

    Green win-win Geotrading maps

    Eur-asia BR N.E.W.S : eg world wars never happened if Eurasia 10 degrees lower in latituge

    America BR N>E>W>S - Magic of latitude 30 suggests pivotat superport in mexico

    Africa N.E.W.S - 2018-2021 ADB's Infrastructire maps parts 1 to 4

    Asean 2000 Islands -breaking news learn from billion dollar investment by aiib, world bank, indonesia to end slums - learning opps aiib 1  mumbai june 2018, world bank annual meeting indonesia oct 2018

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    World Record Jobs Creators Games of Fives 

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    everyone's world of shopkeeping - gatewayEWTP, green finance 

    Communities for all Expos starting 2020 Maolympics

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    Saturday, March 31, 2018

    EQUALITY?  BRAC.tv

    Sino-Scots & UNWomens ask: does the world's 3rd and fastest "exponentials" trading future history need to end in human exctinction?- probably the 2020s and way the 5/7 of people living in east (especially 5/14 eastern women) resolve n korea and sino-india-bangladesh-asean will tell ( lets hope washington dc, NY and berlin brussels keep their bad banking and bad media out of what needs to be the most massive collaboration- the race for all girls' and boys' lives

    ERworld.tv: Can the 3rd world trading future history value women hold up half the sky? EDIIB: Can we change EDucation and Infrastructure Investment Banking to win-win network into a time when entrepreneurial innovation's creative destricution is 10 times faster than ever before due to 1000 times more connectivity technoogy (2015 vs 1945) 

     STORY 3

     these are the most exciting times to be alive

    1946-2030: man spends 4000 times more on learningTECH

    From Macrae N Archive

    1977 Celebrate China

    1975 Asian Pac Century

    1967 consider Japan part 2 (later awarded The Emperor's Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars)

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    STORY 2 1500-1946 colonisation destroys inclusive human development and win-win world trade mapping

    what started spinning exponentially in 1500- Northerners led by the English discovered 2 new worlds which they designed by ruling the waves with aggressive navies and from 1700 with industrialisation built on extracting iron and carbon- a few G5 nations grew and grew up too times more wealth; the majority of the world's people who lived in the east got the win-lose end of empire's trade and became underdeveloped (eg without electriciuty grids or railroads or ownership of their own ports ). While the root cause of the world wars in the west were countries like germany not having enough naval empires to extract carbon and iron to grow as fast as the other G$, in the east the main issue to reconcile was end of colonisation and new era of win-win trades

    chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk mobile and whatsapp washington dc 240 316 8157 linkedin UNwomens

    help edit other top 7 forbidden stiries of fake new usa  1 the world's most valuable lesson  2world record jobs creators (wrjc)- sino-english edition

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     STORY 1 before 1500

    Up to 1500 peoples progressively linked in around : med sea, china's east coast belt particularly from beijing to shanghai and down the yangtze river to alibaba's great eastern terminal, and the great rivers of India's subcontinent; the overland relay called the silk road coonnected the first two regional economies in the great trade of spices (needed to preserve food) and silk the most beautiful of crafts. Both of these trades were high value per ounce (worth more than their weight in gold!)

     

    UNwomens -Do you feel that nations don’t yet have a clue about sustainable models of markets of 1 health 2 banking 3 education 4 energy distribution?


     

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    Monday, March 26, 2018

    cbaiib.org -girlpower helps china-bangladesh aiib redesign 160 year trading route

    Girls Asian Infrastructure Investment Branding welcomes you to valuing girls hold up half the sky as the only logical way that investment in youth as the sustainability goals generation can possibly connect in time for nature and human race to support each other Linkedin UNwomens See all articles

    Do you have an urgency* problem in trusting that these
    3 ideas are core to whether the human species is sustainable:

    • Valuing girls' livelihoods as much as boys
    • Understanding risk to girls safety and happiness of bureaucratic monopoly of classroom education
    • Exploring how the intergeneration economic miracles of china and Bangladesh since 1971 provide essential clues to women hold up half the sky
    At the time that men were racing to the moon over a tenth of the peoples living on the lands now known as China and Bangladesh were dying of starvation. Mothers and children were disproportionately lost.  Inconvenient Truth for English speaking men: history’s root cause of this exponential and geo-cultural disaster was the way about four centuries of the British Empire had colonized trading routes between East and West.  More…......................................................................................................

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    Timelines 1748 AND ALL THAT: Adam Smith values designing community-markets around trust-flows; 1776 BREXIT: Adam begs UK to enter a world trade system freeing USA to grow win-wins further than a small island nation can rule over ; instead 1776 sees declaration of transatlantic independence; 1843 Diaspora Scot James Wilson starts up The Economist: Goal 1 end famine across Queen Victoria's 4 home nations;Goal 2 end zero-sum Empire (result in 1860 James dies of diarrhea in Kolcata, British Empire's badwill trade of Opium causes China to end trading with world for over a century ... -click to after world war 2 THE ECONOMISTS NORMAN MACRAE's STORY : exponential geographical growth (up or down) entered post-colonial and post-industrial ages - we Imagineer this depending: on growing people (education) and clean energy access to all ,mapping ports (on coastal BELTS), (railROADS and pipes) and then other transport ; previously millennium 2 was industrial 1700-1946 and pre-industrial #theeconomist : story of chris.macae@yahoo.co.uk during my working life (1972 to date) communications tech made financial networking 1000 times faster, ads 1000 times addictive, but except in china (see Ma 1 2) & bangladesh, jobs-education has not started to be 1 times smarter.....................................................................................................................................  

     

    big3.JPG Do economists understand each olther and does it matter? Well. it matters see last chapter of keynes general theory "increasingly economists rule over what futures will be possible for a plac's next generation..the mathematican john von neumann observed : economists are not numerate mathematically whenever they fail to topline the system assumptions their models rule over. isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com So please tell us what else did the world's wisest economiests clarify- therefore economists should take hippocratic oath to design systems around 2 connecetd goals end poverty, improive livelihhod opportunities for next generation out of each community; smith valued free markets as those where community audited trust of every merchnat; and advised the uk to welcome usa as a bigger maket to trade with instead of trying to colonise; marx was concerned with who owns the earth/land - more......................................................................................................................................

     Special Thanks to tech friends and education alumni of CAIIB.org and AIIBnews Gaiib.com -

     

    thanks to girls hold up half the sky 160 year
    trading route closed by opium wars 1860 being prepped to reopen -see map

    from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk brand reality memo to curtis/burnett- why not apprentice tv with first 100 national leaders partnering Xi Jinping and JMa in planting DAMO hubs at every border opened up by
    belt road 1 2 3 imagineering wherever old borders become a new gateway

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    waiib.org Aaiib.org Women or African Asian Investment Infrastructure Banking

     Imagine 40 peaceful win-win world trade routes of entreprenurial women youth and community for all markets such as health, sports, green energy and vocational edutech -who would be first male (&..) leaders to be most trusted; which top 40 Belt Road trading routes could be mapped?

    DOD Q1:suppose women entrepreneurs could win-win trade anywhere-first 100 trusted placetech leaders might be whom?

    Mr (& Mrs) Jinping; Mrs Chunian (Xi7) and Jack Ma: chinag20

    DAMO  BAT

     s korea moon jae-in GBC

     Lee Eun-eui

    Yuna Kim LPGA

    japan olympics leaders -tech = softbank? soul =yoko onoI french leaders macron and canadian leaders Trudeau &english language leaders prince charles (Queen Elizabeth) and Bangla Sir and Lady Fazle Abedgirls empowerent leaders partners of sir fazle abed including british and austrlaian aid, gates and soros foundations, mastercard and legatum-mit coders sheikha moza and un eminent wise leaders including Crown Princess Victoria Swden, Queen Mathilde Belgium, PM Erna Solberg Norway waiib un eminent wise leaders interviewed by lord stern and celebrated at argentina g20 friends of pope francis and franciscans                                                                                            
     DOD Q2:IF 40 trading routes around central kingdom could be BRI 1 2 3 mapped, where? EAST SOUTH
    WEST
    china and olympics hosts  (china-korea-japan triangle) china diaspora superports connectors

     singapore and english-speaking asean-pacific commonwealth

    rest asean 

     corridor: india bangladesh myanmar china coastal belt WISE corridor india pakistan uae wise corridor continued up alongside suez facing nations wise corridor continued through to med sea facing nations med sea association of superports on euro mainland -where in greece, italy, frnace, spain (eg barcelona)med sea association of superports on africa continent  ghana to cape tiwn superport corridordurban to nairobi and djibouti superport corridors EAST WEST NORTH  SCO PAKISTAN NEIGHBORSChina Express North Europe British French Geman and Dutch suoerports Polar belt 3 china-russia-nordica Polar belt 2 china, monglolia, russia EAST NORTH EAST Polar belt 1 China Taiwan Korea Bering St (Alaska-Russia) East-East supertrain 1 China Coast, Koreas, NE Russia, Alaska, Canada 

     

    East-East suoertrain 2 - China East Coast Belt, US West Coast Belt

    To Mexico, central & latin america 

      

    EAST EAST Shanghai to Mexico Superport Shanghai to Mexico to Texas overland pipes Shanhai to Mexion through Panama Canal to East Latin America and South USA China and Celan and South USA East Latin America to Portugal and Spain East Latin America (Brazil) to NW Africa                                                                        

     

    where will coding youth connect gateways to Afrucan Asian Belt Roads and Sustainability Generation eg Kenya Moringa BridgesI Ihub Ushahidi Mpesa .. Brac teenage girls clubs - peer to peer apprenticeship skills and worldpossible brac-nets


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    More than anything else connectivity which you are born into by your family determines whether your life will be poor or fulfilling, unsafe or safe

     

     

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    Exponentially at risk of becoming unsafe

    Happy and free

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    Not sustainable for children and families

     

     

    Between 2016 and 1946 the world invested 1000 times more in being digitally connected.

    This introduces 2 changes:

    Increasingly livelihoods/communities having one of the two benefits of connectivity don’t exist

     

    Old variables that democracies told people they should vote between are of lower order significance to community as well as individual wellbeing than whether your public servants encourage everyone to be curious about how connectivity determines trade. If you read the last chapter of Keynes book on systems you will find that he explains what futures will be possible fir children are exponentially locked in by the “economic” systems that ruled over them.  Paradoxically old quarterly metrics of economic strength conditioned by amount of things produced and consumed do not help young people work on the cultures and trust-flows of being the sustainability generation in the hyper connected world. Fintech and edutech are pivotal. And you could define the race we parents have placed young oeopke in tday means that increasinglt the 2 options for life wont both exist – either nearly everyone will be happy and free or nearly everyone will be miserable and trapped. Actually all of this was first foreseen to be the species defing challenge of the early 21st C at the time of the moon landing

     

    If parents were to have invested in the media determinants of sustainability tere would need to be this sea change in education. Most adolescents up would not be trapped in classrooms. Ironically the peoples in the middle of the moon race in the 1960s are not those best positioned to mediate the sustainability goals race.

     

    TO BE OR NOT TO BE

    Its still the case that everyone and every community needs to linkin. But if your political partiues are arguing over whether you should wall yourself in from the rest of the world that is a sign that your whol epolitical system neither values trust with openness and curiosity. The fifth of the world born Chinese happen to have more experience in evolving with rapidly chnaing connectivity than anyone else. They know they need to share this experience with peoples and cultures everywhere. They know they cannot just free themselves from colonisaion and over-carbonisation.. what every parent need to demand is schools everywhere hosts debates on the futures connected by coastela belts and overland railroads [including the other pipelines such as telcoms cables, celan water, green energy that engineers can straight-line across mother earth’s planet. Privided we are modest enough to listen to the agme rules the chiense have discovered, this is a game every community can play. Its actually more critical than any other game you will see at the Olympics or world cups. Shall we start mapping how to play it? 
     why is it hard to find purposeful investment models in net gen youth - the greatest productivity opportunity ever
    well growing youth's productivity takes models on different audit cycles than corporates have spun round modern 90-day extraction spreadsheets - as first proved in norman macrae's 1954 book on the London Capital market- and when it comes to governments they are not elected by youth so i have you ever any 2 leading tv-age political parties ever quarrel over investing in youth? Because bipolar arties have no incentive even to consider such an issue (www.simpol.org  list other issues national politicians are least able to progress  ) 
    Conclusion first surveyed in The Economist 1972 from which genre Entrepreneurial Revolution was founded: when people design other economic models than 90-day corporates or bi-polarised government congreses, then you'll joyfully find the greatest investment opportunities ever - we will illustrate this in 10 markets coming soon
    what is the greatest mathematical error in the world? Given Keynes findings: increasingly world is ruled only by economics - and so economics either designs or destroys the futures peoples want most - the greatest mathematical error would be if 95% of the world's 10000 biggest organsaitions were governed by metrics and rewards that were not designing futures peoples want most! When you watch the nightly news in countries where tv is edited by views of big corporations or giovernments, analysis is false wherever it implies that the economy is uilt only by corporations and government. A place's future growth is actually far more dependent on whether families/communities are investing in their children's future productivities and whether natural assets are being sustained. Value multiplying principles on how society build economies that are being torn assunder include- finding from London Capital Market -a place can only grow over time if capital is striuctured from family's savings to in invest in that place's next generation's productivity. Other longitudinal factors exaplining growth - the two greatest explainers of a places growth are caused by lengethening people's healthy lifetimes and if historically a place has had a large precenhtage of underemployed people reducing this. It is observable that Asia has grown in last few decades by using these principales and western nations' errant economic models is doing the opposite. The way to cure this error is to map market by market in such a way that societies demand's and productivities are fully integrated with other value exchnage coordinates- and the whole market is assessed around the purpose that peoples most want it to be designing for the future. For more on the 2 branches of economics 1) designing, 2) destroying futures peopels want most - click here 1 2 discuss. Pro-Youth Economics : Change agendas compiled over 40 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues devined by asking what changes can link together 10 times greater economic potentiual of the net generation from past industrial age potential of separated nations are here.
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     Sustsinability as a literacy every child had an education right to be curious about did not start until after world war 2

    The main lessons of world war 2 were:

    we could not afford another world war: Japan , and West Germany were set up as two of the first nations forbidden from entering an arms race. Their citizens had a lot of work to do to rebuild from nothing but one advantage, unlike other highly edycated nations 20+% of their taxes would not be spent on arms

    there would be a need for all nations to go beyond colonisation ( an economic model where trade of colonised nations is designed around wins the empire needs - ie trade is not being designed as win-wins and is not reguated to prirtise assistane to communities previously excluded from electricity grids and other life develoing infrastructures)

    in 1946 it was not globally recognised that mother earh would also need humans to go beyind carbonistaion - however it started to be understood that nations should not get bigger by intentionally locking other nations into trades that plundred any nations natural resources)

     The year before the moon landing friends of The Economist's Norman Macrae annouced Entrepreeurial REvolution as a more transparent way of designing 21st c sutsainability goals into how human beings integrtaed every community into worldwide connectvity. The hypothesis of ER was the coming moon landing would cause a doubling of investments oin communications technolgy every 7 yeras - ie a moores law which maintained over 70 years 2016 versus 1946 would mean spending(2**10)  over 1000 times more of peoples monet and time on coms tech. At the time of the moon landing the expoential consequncies of the machine age industrial revolutioin which had begun slowly in 1700sEngland were that extremely uneven in opportunities to innovate. Whilst a few thousnad computer networked peopels raced to the moon, over a thirfd of the world's people still had no access to electricity grids. We can therefore define any real sustainability goal as valuing some kind of collabiration (often eg educational) aheda of competition..........................................................................................   
     collaborations sdg1 requires - ending poverty requires every community to have access to electricity and other utliity grids, jobs-smart education and infrastrucures freeing win-win trades goal 2 end hunger requires every community to have local food and water security, whatever conflocts with nature or man are surrounding that community goal 3 basic health for all should begin with enxuring that no mother or chimd dis before her time; the wporld should agree what last mile health services are basically networked everywhere by ensuring each community has enough capacity to serve or link them in; we need trasparent accounting of the world's most expensive types of health services- we shoiuld accept that some of these are being trialled only by the suoer-rich but with the promise that a worldwide team of experts is constantly able to review where an innovation can or must now be opened up for all. Many diseases inckuding all infectous dseases should not be siloised. For example multi drig resisatnt tubercoluisis once belived to be too expensic=ve to treat everywhere is now known to: 1) be affordable when treates by its own solution networks- so the most affirdable local health servants of MDTR are tose who are immune because they have survived the disease; leaving MDTR untreated anywhere can create conditions that start or multiply other plagues..  Changing education needs to be seen as the key to all sustainabiity goals in particular those that are lagging in local achevement. If we cant design 1000 times more communicatiosn technolgy to share solutions that are ffirdably working somehwhere then both our media and our education and our parnets investment sustems in chldren are flawed. It would be a pity for human race to gothe way of the diodo through failing to chnage education these are the most exciting times to be alivegenfer equality - logically sustainability is not being a real goal anywherethat treats half of its people as having less productive capability than its other half- china and bamgladesh since 1972 have becpoe world benchmatrks for valuing women likft up half the sky- between them educatrs can find replicable community solutions youth need now to become the sustainability generation...................  
          

     

     

     

     

    help resolve 100 ways west's big bankers and edu bureaucrats are destroying our childrens futures context these are 3 billion new jobs that the under 30s needed education to help them connect; here is what learning could have been like in 2024 according tothe stiry we have been debating since our 1984 book published with The Economist - if you dont value these opportunituies for our children to be the sustainability generation you probably wont want to help us its important to map what change 3 generation -grandparent parents and children have been spun by- from the moment it was clear that man was gpoing to land on tghe moon our change scenario has involved spending 1000 times more moiney and lifetimes on the technologies of connectyivy 2016 versus 1946 - in other words a wotld where elarning trade are nodrerless and every national leader should remap what nations to win-win trade with on tge assumption that not every big opportunity will be a geographicval neigbor yet equally the grfeaest rsik will be lettingt neiboring countries fail as nations this system chnage is unprfecdented for any 3 generations to cope with - from this 2 systemic truthes follow 1 learning will need to be huge - indeed unlearning by expert teachers wil be as big a problem as what out children need to learn; the first patern rule of system transfoirmation is that previous systems will be broken in the sense that cretain rules a profesisonal used to apply with 100% certianlty will no longer be fit for all - and the harder the professional tries to apply his old logic the more harm he will do

     

     Sustsinability as a literacy every child had an education right to be curious about did not start until after world war 2

    The main lessons of world war 2 were:

    we could not afford another world war: Japan , and West Germany were set up as two of the first nations forbidden from entering an arms race. Their citizens had a lot of work to do to rebuild from nothing but one advantage, unlike other highly edycated nations 20+% of their taxes would not be spent on arms

    there would be a need for all nations to go beyond colonisation ( an economic model where trade of colonised nations is designed around wins the empire needs - ie trade is not being designed as win-wins and is not reguated to prirtise assistane to communities previously excluded from electricity grids and other life develoing infrastructures)

    in 1946 it was not globally recognised that mother earh would also need humans to go beyind carbonistaion - however it started to be understood that nations should not get bigger by intentionally locking other nations into trades that plundred any nations natural resources)

     The year before the moon landing friends of The Economist's Norman Macrae annouced Entrepreeurial REvolution as a more transparent way of designing 21st c sutsainability goals into how human beings integrtaed every community into worldwide connectvity. The hypothesis of ER was the coming moon landing would cause a doubling of investments oin communications technolgy every 7 yeras - ie a moores law which maintained over 70 years 2016 versus 1946 would mean spending(2**10)  over 1000 times more of peoples monet and time on coms tech. At the time of the moon landing the expoential consequncies of the machine age industrial revolutioin which had begun slowly in 1700sEngland were that extremely uneven in opportunities to innovate. Whilst a few thousnad computer networked peopels raced to the moon, over a thirfd of the world's people still had no access to electricity grids. We can therefore define any real sustainability goal as valuing some kind of collabiration (often eg educational) aheda of competition..........................................................................................   
          
          
     

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    Do you know about Youth and Yunus's extraordinary innovation of 100000+ hubs? Each started up around 60 poor village mothers and cultivated entrepreneurial families now connecting nearly a quarter of Bangaldesh's population. This exciting contribution to our net generation has been integrated by 3 stages of development

    • between 1976 and 1995 the women structured what they wanted from community banking, knowledge sharing and village markets; 
    • to which mobile telecom connections between hubs were added in 1996 making knowledge of market prices and vital information more economics and empowering co-creation of clean energy and healthcare social busineses;
    • from 2005 yunus 3rd dimension linked in partnerships with worldwide youth and leaders shose organjsaitions had the greaest technology resources. Today these hubs and ready to lionkin with hubs anywhere interested in EOWP - our web tries to chronicle the 10 most exciting projects of each year - but if you think we dont know of one why note tell us at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
     

    Bangladesh has been world's meta-hub of excellence for optimising sustainability economics of communities since birth of nation in 1971, and since 1996 in mobilising youth's heroic goals united by human race to End Poverty. Since 2005 With Paris, Bangladesh has pioneered the most exciting partnerships using Social Business Models. These map Entrepreneurial Revolution networks beyond 20th C privatization structures. BUT today's worldwide financial crisis requires resolution of professions and political constitutions beyond the dismal 20th C dynamics of externalization

    Ning youth's joyful transformation of politics and economics with us at YunusAsia ..  ..  NormanMacrae

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    Entrepreneurial Revolution -we have mapped about 100 species of Entrepreneurial networks since Norman Macrae first branded ER in The Economist 1976 see eg http://erworld.tv and http://normanmacrae.ning.com . Or ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk skype chrismacraedc for a more personal tour round innovation and hi-trust leadership databases mapped over a thrid of a century

    System Innovation as conflict resolution from multi-lose model to multiwin; from need to know to open source ; from separated systems to networks of multiplying systems

    Fortunately system transformation designers have codified extremely simple rules for hosting ER meetings- ones that school children from 9 up can be empowered to do if you let them practice. Ask for Harrison Owen's open space article on youth open spaces - or help us organise collaboration cafes and other exciting partnership stages - out of your region

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    Joy of emotional intelligence in service plus economies and networking across boundaries

    Joy of cross-cultural diversity and sustaining nature , communities and investing in youth

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    what the net generation's unique opportunity is about as death of distance multiplies all our opportunities to lead productive lives: this paper thanks to youth in New Zealand  references www progress 1984-2011- more downloads on co-creating global sustainability are here

    10 times increase in prodiuctivity is possible within one generation IF we unite human race by agreeing to identify and invest in most heroic goals for 2010s 

    worldwide maps need to be built bottom-up (self-organisiing) and open (co-organising) like nature.  Networking economics needs to integrate global village markets and knowhow hubs around sustainability's risng exponentials and compound investments in heroic purpose over time.

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    These are the ER's new value multiplier when they connect partners whose goals are so exciting there are many win-win-win opportunities to openly network with youth locally and globally 

     

     

        

    Yunus at inauguration of Schneider as co-sponsor of world's first chair of social business at HEC:  The future will be decided by two key things that we have right now. One is energy – how we bring our energy out to people’s lives – and the other is information technology. If these two things can be combined together, the world would be a completely different place
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    2011.10

    Celebrating Open Technology Roundtables @ Every Youthful City's most exciting moment of 2010s. We welcome ideas on how to do this. In October 2011 associates of Grameen Solutions and BankaBillion are plioting a technology roundtable at the same time as Washington DC's most joyful youth celebration - Yunus testifying on how youth empowering economics works to create jobs to US congress http://grameeneconomics.com/

    For Yunus a roundtable is great if new tech partnerships are signed in ways that advance solutions to millennium goals especially in his nation of Bangladesh.

    For our expected host location - French Embassy DC, success depends on linking in to why leaders and youth across France have over the last 7 years helped make Yunus the most joyful economist of our generation (indeed France innovated the 3rd stage of the 100000+ hub economy with Yunus). For Results members whose work with congress got two thirds of congress to issue the inviation to Yunus - working out how this roundtable can help the world microcreditsummit near Madid in Nov 2011 is important.

    For yunus earliest technology partners like GrameenIntel and Kysushu Tech Lab recognition for what they have collaboratively started is key. For regional potential partners like MIT we want to make the event joyous as well as productive to explore

    For the one or two individuals who do the most background work for youthandyunus in inviting technology's most youth empowering partners, we need some way of making a living from documenting the process for future replication or sharing the case study wherever other technology advances depend on meetings' open spaces.

    2011.4 For the greatest citizen portals already helping youth and yunus hub, every way we can popularise their network's flows matters ... portals we recommend celebrating include danonecommunities singforhope yytube.net  

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    2011.9 What do you believe purpose of a country'e education curriculum leads up to? Entrepreneur networks and this leadership flow to support job creation, and investing in youth as a place's next generation. In 1843, The Economist as the entrepreneur's medium was founded around this second gaol as well as the more immediate one of ending hunger caused by corn laws.

    However as of 2011, the most expensive educational curriucula in the world - the MBA are now sponsored by macroeconomists and a scary breed of global professions whose sepculative power does the exact opposite of creating jobs and sustaining communities as family's and nature's growth spaces . Hence project 9 the Sustainability MBA and education for all ages.

    Right now, we are trying to link together the few universities whose top curricula create jobs eg MIT with yunus partnering universirties (eg HEC, Kyushu) with other nations where leaders - eg India's Kalam - are encouraging youth to tear up any curriculum at any age that is not sustainable. We are also interested in peer to peer movements that re-educate each other such as

    We also invite parents ,youth and communities to help explore and celebrate three value multiplying aims:

    • far less examination far more empowerment of youth questioning and social action teamwork
    • adam smith's call to end monoply of universities to award qualifications 
    • reranking league tables of business schools until those that are destroying the most jobs come bottom

    Hi-level education isnt help majority of youth in any nation as this Ken Robinson video clarifies

    Historican note : our old web www.smbaworld.com came to be tangential pause while the war of goodwill versus badwill world futures spins round yunus.

    2011.8 

    Green & Other Social Business Stockmarkets

    As of 2011 stockmarkets are deeply flawed in terms of sustainability investments

    1 "Norman Macrae 1972" The global financial systems will meltdown in 2010s unless we fix the problem -stockmarkets are not just about funding corporations, they mobiise intergeneration savings of society and the compound impacts of built to last aneeded to advance any generation's most exciting goals 

    2 investments in carbon and nuclear have been over-bidegeted and investments in green underbudgeted for decades- nowhere is a greater opportunity to recify this than Japan and its need to lead green SB stockmarkets

     
    2011.7 BankaBillion - 10 times lower cost banking - in terms of transactional recodre - is now ;possible - this ought to mobilise the greatest entrepreneurial stimulus of all time - which partnership cluster is going to lead bankabillion

     2011.6 Trillion Dollar Auditing Since 1995 every media and innovation lab that I have particpated in has come up with the same conclusion - our children will not be sustainable if professions permit the world's largest organisations to externalise the greatst risk tgheir sector knows most about. The way to deal with this is to make risk audits public at the scetor level of every trillion dollar market

    When Keynes general system theory concluded that increasingly only economics rules the world, it is simple to deduce that democracy itself has no reality unless it can serve the public in preventing externalisation

     2011.5 Ignoring the need for energy with a zero footprint is just one of the investments that the top-down world has misdirected for a third of century. Oter critical sectors that are more economical community up than tiop down are education, banking, healthcare- what do we need to do to constitutions. professions and media so that the future conversations of sustainability are never again censored

     

     

     
     2011.4 Because Yunus is youth's number 1 economist its also absolutely critical to map say the (50) leaders around the world who most want to partner resources with Yunus and identify commonalities between projects each leader most wants to help youth and yunus with. Invitations to collaborate around these projects should be at most one click away from whatever is the internet's most favourite homepage, 2011.3 Where royal families exist they should encorage youth and public media to celebrate every leader who pledges to end externalsiation. Who Cares Deepest Who in nations without mature royal families may be the make or break constitutional chalenge of the networking age. Creativity is needed to identify how to turn inactive assets and dormant accounts into social business loans creating work for youth matched to most heroic gaiols youth vote for. For example, every developed nation in Europe at risk of collapsing within the Euro has dormant assets that are far greater than its debt if we all help look. 
     Only multi-win models are worth the future of youth - stories of solidarity, goodwill multiplication, transparency mapping and sustainabiliyu's exponentials   
        
    YOUTH & YUNUS ILLUSTRATIVE PROFORMA FOR 2010s MOST EXCITING COLLAB LEADERS & PROJECTS
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    FRANCE          
    Sarkozy          
    Hirsch          
    Danone Riboud          
    DanoneCFaber Team          
    Faivre-THEC SMBA          
    HEC SB Chair –co-sponsor Schneider          
    Credit Agricole          
    Duchy Luxembourg          
    Veolia          
    NowakADIE          
    AMERICAS          
    - President Rousseff , Bula           
    MackeyWholeplanetfoundation          
    Intel          
    Mexico Carlos Slim          
    NikeF & Buffett Family GirlEffect          
    Grameen America Bank For Unbanked          
    Potentially Jeff Skoll          
    Possibly Clintons & Obama  Congress          
    Monica Yunus          
    REST WORLD          
    China Jack ma          
    BASF CEO Germany          
    Otto Founder Germany          
    Ingrid Munro Kenya          
    Kyushu Grameen Tech Lab          
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    ....Gandhiji’s vision for sustainability

    "Independence begins at the bottom... A society must be built in which every village has to be self sustained and capable of managing its own affairs... It will be a free and voluntary play of mutual forces... In this structure composed of innumerable villages, there will be ever widening, never ascending circles. Life will not be a pyramid with the apex sustained by the bottom. But it will be an oceanic circle whose center will be the individual. Therefore the outermost circumference will not wield power to crush the inner circle but will give strength to all within and derive its own strength from it.”
    - Mahatma Gandhi


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    Can infrastructure projects be more sustainably run as social businesses? Will a new SMBA be the proof of this pudding as well as the answer to Sir Nick Stern's exponential disaster problems? For nearly 2 decades the implementation of privitization projects has been systematically the exact reverse of the benefits for humanity my dad used to argue for in The Economist. Are Bangladesh's BRAC, Grameen and other grassroots models the respectable face of privitisation?

    If you have comments on the success or Grameen Mobile or the wish in Dr Yunus book for Cox's Bazaar -we'll publish 20-liners here as long as they are curious to read - mail info@worldcitizen.tv


    Week 1 2008 Draft – Mail info@worldcitizen.tv if you have ideas for WP & ROWP

    Rumors Of What's Possible (ROWP)-  Opportunity for win-win-win Global Social Business Partnering

    *Yunus invites world leading sectors CEOs to partner him in Base of Pyramid Projects. Leadership team being headhunted so Yunus & Dhaka are epicentre of win-win-win Global

    *Each Social Business partnership sustains extraordinary consequence of Bangladesh Rising whilst demonstrating replicable benchmark for developing Nations Rising everywhere

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    *Fast nutritional yogurt marketed at 5 cents as nutritional solution to diets of world’s poorest children

    *Each sustainable franchise is locally owned and produced in rural communities

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    Seed Yunus Pop Group as benchmark of responsible pop music sector.

    Profits from TheGreenChildren test out benchmark BOP franchises in Bangladesh 

    Example: first projected funded Eye Care hospital replicating India’s Aravind model of 10 times more efficient surgery in giving sight back to poor people

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    Challenge silicon valley to benchmark BOP application of internet to knowledge services for poor rural

    Example: Bangladesh aims to launch 10000 solutions telecentres – each branch being locally sustainable as a social business within 3 months

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    ??Could London & New York Stock Exchanges partner Yunus in forming Social Business stockmarket?

    ??Could world’s people vote for Grameen bank to have earned right as first responsible bank empowered to start credit chains?

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    *Develop Cox’s Bazaar as world class port with similar exponentials up impact for whole region of national neighbours to Singapore 40 years ago.

    *Structure this development project as a type 2 social business by dedicating ownership of port to Bangladesh’s poorest women not national government.

    Your dream for a Global Market Sector responsibility partnership is:

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    Your City’s Sector with good global market leverage –and its RWIP is

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    A city that is epicentre of a world citizen network: sector with most win-win-win global leverage

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    Keep Fit Exercises - no not in the Gym! but of the mindset

    1 Maps: When & Why do People kill each other, civilisations, species over maps?
    Think treasure maps. Think wild west rushs to gold, property, lawyers- how unfair these are in lands where 99% is desert or only support nomadi communities, and 1% is oil or other african gold. The English Empire made a law- still technically on some accountants and other professonal high priests books which made up their monopoly rules from the same imperialism roots - that 10% of children are born illegal (at nomadic families). Globalisation today is being governed round lose-lose-lose maps- tangible accounting (search unseen wealth research begun 2000 Brookings Economics, Georgetown Law School -epicentre Margaret Blair now at Yunus Alma mater Vanderbilt)  spreadsheets numbers and investment into things, but requires people to be booked as costs. In consequence departmental empires developed boxed-in workers looking after themselves not flowing information. The last time NASA lost a challenger, the post mortem mapped 50 different cases of gung-ho people not being able to flow vital info beyond their box.  We've then been treated to a 5 year and order of magnitude more tragic replay of this with the boxed in US GI in Iraq. PLease feel that I try like you to love ordinary people and our whole planet: Iraqi and soldier's families but not those whose systems govern with boxes and look down from a high so that they never learn from life-critical messes they make on the ground. Cross-Culturally, every would be president should spend a few days in an Italian town San Gimignano - please: we dont need to relay history's high rise mistakes of where not to govern mapmaking from over and over - do we?

    Trust maps are as valuable as their depth of local detail, and so contextual and communal zero-conflict flows they empower to exchange the most vital info across borders, compounding core truths into the future. Wherever lose-lose-lose global reigns, Q&A can help you see how the biggest organisational systems have never seen even one family of maps that multiply contextual truth, empower passionate service and communal pride. 

    Map Mindset Breakthrough
     Let's collaborate around open sourcing a new set of www win-win-win maps. Tell us if you find a more transparent set of maps, but trust me as a maths guy these maps of YUnUS are sufficient unless you can prove otherwise:


    YUNUS THREE-IN-ONE Hi-Trust SYSTEMS MAPPING: The Social ABC of Future Capitalism

    1 Social Action is a triangle game (3 people relationship team over one year, interacting relentlessly around one agreed human or communal value sustaining goal) – good for youth to start up their life's first project teamwork around since triangle is the smallest subsystem of productive and demanding human relationship mapping


    2 Social Business, which is an organisation system model integrating  all communal coordinates of productive and demanding human relationships, except speculative owners who have been removed. Consequently compound purpose ownership sustains value multiplication around deep context through system maps tuning into service celebrating the whole of humanity and planet


    3 Future Capitalism where the genius and goodwill of a social business molecule gravitates the best of both worlds: a 30000 person global down system and a 30000 grassroots up one – eg grameen.

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    info@worldcitizen.tv wholeplanet.tv - asks people to nominate -their country's city's or network's proudest project maps that are mathematically compatible with the social ABC frameworks 1 2 of Muhammad Yunus

    futurecapitalism.tv explores the future capitalism movements led by eg Muhammad Yunus, Bill Gates ...

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