6 years after serving as teen allied bomber command burma, norman macrae met von neumann while sceonded to NY by te economist. Von neumann said will you teach journalists world's ,ost valuable question: what goods will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade 1030s to 2020s; aftre 40 years at The Economits dad and my book's readers 2025 report voted for edtutech as sustainability's best chnace- so in new york of 2022 whose alumni for edutech good can make younger half of world the sustainability generation not the extinction generation? your nominations are welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Tuesday, August 25, 1970

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First 4 doublings of global commns tech age

China Joy

Worldwide Joy

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X2

Japan starts up far east rising

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X4

S Korea joins in eastern development

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X8

ChinaDiaspora:East's Superports -HK, Taiwan, Singapore...

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Continental agrarian keynsianism

Diaspora 3rd richest;


Moon landing

intel starts up 68 moores-law doubling of chip capacity every 2 years

Satellite age lifts off



Norman Macrae Foundation integrates 4 collaboration economies -search year 44 started The Economist 1972 rsvp isabella@unacnowledgedgiant.com

  • Human knowhow exchanges between chinese female and worldwide millennials
  • Ending gap between certificate-based education and livelihood training
  • World social family trade app'd around replicating 30000 community franchiess where value served remains mainly in locality
  • Brand and leadership patnerships valued round boderless sustainabulity goals and exponentials

Tools include open space , grounded theory , hoshin planning, hackathons, MOOCs and elearning satellites , systemic youth collaboration entrepreneur competitions, valuetrue exponential audits empowering way above zero-sum impacts, young professional goodwill networks such as journalists for humanity and university of stars


EXTRACTS FROM 44th Year of CURRICULUM OF ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION STARTED THE ECONOMIST 1972
Pattern rules of economics designed to develop all of places' peoples


0 Pattern rules emerged in architecture as practical open system findings that have been seen so often that it is best to design them into a building's blueprint unless in a specific cases a transparent reason for overruling the pattern is signed by the architect. For example people thrive in buildings which optimise access to windows and natural light.



1 Economists rule over what future is possible for a places peoples
2 What you measure isnt only what you behaviorally get but what exponentially compounds (goodwill or badwill of a culture both within its territory of origin and across borders)
2 There are 2 segments of economists: those whose goal is to exponentially sustain next generation's livelihoods and those with another goal
3 You can tell who's economics who by whether an economist accepts the hippocratic oath of ending poverty - that is relentlessly searching to end systems that contain traps of a segment of the populace from birth into next to no chance of healthy livelihood development
4 To be socially true to most parent's commitment to seeing their next generation freed by more opportunities than their own generation, capital needs to be structured so that family's savings sustain this bottom-up design rule out of every community



Pro-youth Pattern rule 4 would need to be core of the human quest for transforming economics very foundations as the post-industrial revolution started up in 1946, This era of unprecedented innovation is characterised by a doubling budget on global village communications infrastructures every 7 years. To navigate this greatest of all communications revolutions in human productivity The Economist coined the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution from 1972 - a time when the preceding 7 years first in the world - eg moon landing, satellites, silicon chips and open learning network experiments -made it clear that spends on death of distance infrastructures would conitnue doubling to 2030. The 64 trillion dolar question of ER emerged : Would pro-youth economists peacefully and sustainably mediate the world while this biggest ever gamble of 4000 times more spent on open system transformation exponentially rushed forward around the human race


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BRAC mostexcitingcurricula.doc, 446 KB - model bottom-up economics and W4E

POP and Pro-Youth Collaboration Blogs
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favorite video collection -world bank tedx

My Network Collaboration knowhow Rankings
1 family
2 empowering local friend
eg NC 20 yearsconnections of most oyful partners in mobile womens empowernment
3 powerful virtual connection email permnissions
4 powerful virtual connection lesser permiossion eg linkedin or local partner able to bvisit head office eg Sir Fazle Abed
5 my greatest heroes - dream that I could know secretariat eg im im, paul farmer, george soros
6 other friends of pro-youth futures

Why our family's purpose explores impacts of open bottom-up systems versus top-down closed systems?
YOUTHCAPITALISM -whose future purposes will your free?
Whole truth capitalism compounds intergenerational growth in productivity out of vibrant communities; phony capitalism's destroys next generation's productive purpose

FOUNDING FAMILY CHARACTERS
Maternal grandad came from 3 generations of medics and lawyers in Raj. He spent 25 years mediating change around Mahatma Gandhi- his last project writing up legalese for India's Independence

Paternal grandad - British consul after world war 1. Tried to help free peoples from the 1930's worst top-down systems including Stalin's Moscow and Hitler's Europe. His grandad helped the majority of Scots whose entrepreneurial capacity (and Diaspora freedom to be happily productive) required emigration after the hostile takeover of Scotland by England due to an international banking scam in early 1700s

Dad (Norman Macrae) mediated pro-youth economics at The Economist for 4 decades after world war 2, after spending his last days as a teenager navigating planes in world war 2 over modern-day Bangladesh and Myanmar. @Cambridge 1945: Was taught by Keynes (see conclusions to general Theory and Essays on Persuasion) that economists who do transparently integrate next generation futures into their analysis, subconsciously or consciously, destroy sustainability of future generations. Dad was dismayed that commercial tv spun the most anti-youth media man has ever ruled over. Then in 1972 he saw students experimenting with early digital learning networks. From then on he championed Entrepreneurial Revolution as humanity's great escape from top-down closed to bottom-up open collaborative system valuation. The ER genre was translated across Europe in 1976 with luminaries like Romano Prodi and later George Soros whose philanthropic side blossomed after late 1970s interventions for South African youth (refer 1 2 3). In 1984, dad and my book on future of net generation offered the bottom-up alternative to Orwell's Big Brotherdom systems. We mapped how many of the next 3 billion jobs would need to regenerate communities and celebrate open global village networking. Unlike the industrial age's zero-sum consumption of things, actionable knowhow can multiply value in use when humanly and virtually networked as cost of planet-wide distance comes down to nearly zero in mobilising youth around any open sourced app.

Can you urgently help MOOC dad's YouthCapitalism? If you can, you may want to start by reviewing why dad's last articles in 2008 celebrated the Bangladeshi heroes Sir Fazle Abed and Muhammad Yunus. You might enjoy helping your place co-host a Macrae Remembrance Party. 4 main ones to date: 1) The Economist Bpardroom; with 2) South Africa million jobs creator and free education partners linked in round Taddy Blecher; 3) with Japan Ambassador in Dhaka celebrating youth technolgy wizards freed by microeconomic leaders; 4) 6 December 2013 with Principal of Glasgow University - the 255 year home of Adam Smith alumn of hi-trust community-futurising economics

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