1st chance 1760s when 2 people at glasgow university started up the age of machines and humans - come revisit what they mapped and what happenened since forst 2 weeks november glasgow cop26 especially saturday nov 6 when guu buildings will host yout valuation events and celebrate first 10 years of the journal of youth economics and nbew youth university coalitions
2nd chance almost all nations borthed the un 1945 at opera house san francisco- 2 missions reboot major economies; free and sustain those who had been colonised
by 1960 things were looking amazingly possible
thanks to the legacy of von neumann moon races, satellite connectivity, artificial intel labs, computing were blossoming - out of mit facing atlantic coast, out of stanford facing pacific coast .. futureoflife.org
japan had adopted 2 other americans solutions as more urgent for the two thirds of humans living on asian continent which largely japan and british empires had up to 1940s left behind - eg villagers with no access to electricity grids
borlaugs rice and veggies science was the first village network solution- at least a billion people were saved from famine - soo this was joined by other villagers solutions to prevent infants from dying including oral rehydration and immunization - the economist called this rural keynesianism - since its solutions are poorly understood in west- we aim to celebrate it here
Two Billion People: A Survey of Asia | Foreign Affairs
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One of them is communist China, which has been following a policy which Macrae calls "rural Keynesianism." The others are "capitalist roaders" such as South ...
Apr 20, 1978 — Macrae, deputy editor of The Economist, call'> China's present-day rural Keynesianism are expressions of that compulsion. Washington and ...
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demings better quality engineering led japan korea , taiwan into a whole range of innovations american manufacturers did not have energy for - bullet trains, contaier shipping, other solutions for building 20 million plus megacities, microelectronics, - this type of new economy spread down far east islands japan taiwan hong kong singapore and was first celebrated on the continent by south korea; from 1996 china