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Monday, December 31, 1984
"impossible? "conversations between me firstname.lastname@example.org and you ??? how americans lost the ability to share their values worldwide
0 me: it is now quite possible that nature will choose to end the human species
you: what lobbyist do you work for?
me: try not to- my father surveyed The End of Politicians in The Economist 1991 .moore 0
1 me: i grew up in the first decade of nothing is impossible
you : when was that?
you : why then?
me: i remember at sunday lunch granddad's favorite saying: nothing is impossible
you: why would i listen to your grandad
me: he had an interesting job as chief justice in mumbai- for 25 years his main task was mediation with mahatma gandhi- grandad sir kenneth kemp's last job was to write up legalese of independence of the india subcontinent .moore 1
2 me: In 1984 dad and I wrote the bestseller the 2025 report- our main story change teachers to free every child to be a curious as a journalist assigned to a subject about which she or he knows nothing
me: in english speaking journalism after world war 2 thats how new journalists were tested
you: so what happened to the 2025 report?
me: most countries journalists and education ministries made a joke out of it- but in the nordica region they asked for continuous translations of it - moore 2
3 me; sadly the 5% of the world who call themselves Americans have a double media crisis; They believe all the world needs their values...
over 8 decades their politicians have sold off new media to highest bidder- Americans have no commons left to innovate what humans need most - moore 3 : cop26 glasgow nov 2020 - 260th annual update of future of markets (guide adam smith) , future of engines (guide james watt)
moore at economistlearning.com on: Blessings and Curses of coming from a family that has studied and practised media's impossibilities