Monday, April 13, 1970

healthy society designs strong intergenerational economies not vice versa
but only if media seeks to educate the peoples with system changing truths not vested interest puffery

dick whittington
the son of a minor duke - glocester- designed london as a supercity in late 14th century after the bubonic plague had killed thrird of londoners

there had always been 2 londons - that of tradewrs and bsanking at the east end
2 miles away palaces and cathedrals of the riyal family

wittingtin bridged the two- once4 he became the richest trader in the city he loaned the king on favorable terms secured by the criwn jewels- kings built the highest towers in the world- in the forms of chirches, dialoue halls and palaces

originally these 2 areas were also separated by the river fleet
later the street that joined these 2 regiobs flee street became the hub of media and of justice

wgile most of the civil service buildings wre built in the kings region, the offices of populsation censuses and surveys was built hal way between
it was in this vicinty thsat the royal society and the economist in 1843 were organised - so that the best data could faciktate social-economic decision making

it wasnt unit around 1960 -the deade of the moon race - that the economist started to outgrow its space and moved to one of the last lots close to buckingham palace
here it built what was then the highest office building- it was discovered that if you took up a telescope to the roof of the economist building you had a direct line of sight into the queens bedroom in buckinghsam palace

from that moment on the roof was turned into an official secret and property developers in the region wete forced to design lower buildings- this good forune of owning unique real estated financed the economistbjournalsts to mediate how technolgy could be used for sustainability golals at least until 1993

can you help us co-edit economists designed around pyrposes that truly valu advancing the huan lot

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