wondering about whether 7th economy sustaining each next child born is possible
mathematically we hypothesise that this possibility depends on integrating rising not collapsing exponentials of 6 historical economies -the two paper currencies - the pound how 1% of people on an island financed and mapped the world; the dollar economy how 5% developed a continent and then twice saved the old world from the borders that island colonisation of old world had spiralled; 4 new economic possibilities that emerged from tech leaps in the 15 years after world war 2: crop science that ended starvation of billion people led by alumni of american borlaug but which had most impact for the asian half of the world's people who depended on rice; demings better engines economy which japan revealed by 1960 had 2 extraordinary impacts - better transport of both humans and goods from bullet trains to containerisation of ships- this built supercities across islands from japan to taiwan to hk to singapore including coastines free to join in such entrepreneurship beginning with south korea; manufactore of microelectronics which started with better ways of measuring time and pocket calculators; inspired the programable chip when intel found that one japanese calculator company had made such a big order of chips that it could afford to be dependable on designing just that chip- von neumanns development of the programmable computer which both stimulated kenned to charge youth with the most exiting goal in human history the moon race, and inspired gordon moore to promise the alnalytical capacity of machine intel would multiply 100 fold ever decade through the 0g 1970s to the 59 2020s- thats a trillion times more analysis power than needed to code moon landing; spaces death of cost of distance satellite communications and media economy
does your community have a crisis with 1 bankers 4 teachers 17 public servants?
1 ..2.. 3.. 4 5.. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 goals worth valuing -we call communities empowering the sdg- generation the 7th economy- help with guided tour of tech visionssdg=gen can leap ahead with 1 2
A very Scottish welcome to 2020s including cop26 & our media partners' 60 years celebration of how Asian African American youth's #digitalcooperation and local human services may yet save mother earth at every border


5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G moonrace1960s:

welcome to 5G 2020s:what if everywhere next girl is born felt like home ? maybe this is a crazy question only refugees or diaspora nationals value- or maybe it was the point of multiplying trillion times moore silicon tech than used to race to the moon- what dream do you want to linkin now UNwomens chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Asia America Arctic E1 E2
thanks attenborough: 7 worlds; guterres: 17 goals-welcome EconomistRefugee.com,7worlds.net
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10 Economies through ages: china, india, japan, russia, germany italy, spain, uk, france, usa
BRI.school video tour 1

Play Labs @ MIT

https://www.playlabs.tv

Play Labs, a Summer Accelerator at MIT, Announces 2018 Class of Playful Startups and Demo Day Jul 19, 2018 SUMMER, 2018 CLASS ON THE MIT CAMPUS TO SHOWCASE 10 STARTUPS ACROSS A MIX OF ESPORTS, BLOCKCHAIN, VR/AR AND ED-TECH


NormanMacrae.net - unwomens articles rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Twitter June 2018: http://economistrefugee.com Trumps 100 bn dollar trade war china (50bn each side) will hurt small enterprises, spiral lose-lose sustainability crises locally. In world 85 trillion dollars of GDP, 100 mn dollars small beer? No! Economist last call right side of human sustainability
Breaking news Dec 2018- EconomistRefugee.com wishes to team up with student unions all along Education Belt Roads
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Monday, August 31, 2015

fablabs and makers faires and crowdmaps

Usahidi/Crowdmap/Ihub/Hackathon - searching possibilities : refugees

MakerFaire
Africa
Elsewhere

FABLAB
from correspondent marinez
Hi Dean Rolle,

How are you? As promised, here's a small blurb on what I mentioned last week when we met during your Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit. Considering your enthusiasm, talented students and resources, I think it could be a great fit.

Here's the idea...

I'm planning on starting a new Fablab in NYC with a twist for problem solving of issues that youngsters experience in their own communities. I'm interested in probably involving your kids for a pilot. The emphasis will be  in programming, systems thinking and problem solving. During my days at the fablab project at MIT I helped create multiple labs throughout the world. This one will be special in terms of the tools the kids will use and the objective of the project.

I have some major support from some of the most influential technology and hardware companies at the moment but I need a group of kids that would be motivated to participate. If I'm right, we'll have kids coming out with patents before graduating high school. At a minimum, they'll at least have enough experience to get credits for an engineering degree.

It's possible that using some of Amy/Chris concepts from Open Spaces, we can help identify those issues that are really pressing and have the students themselves champion the solutions.

I hope you find this of interest. Let me know of your availability for a meeting to go over details a bit further.

Thanks,