welcome to www.mathsclubs.com aka ineteconomics blog-

i would like to co-blog on what only maths can do

for example only

5 maths designs what futures next generations of a place are locked into -at least that was my fathers lifetime work

4 what apps and open ecosystems are coded

3 whether any (alumni of a) world class system designer/ facilitator integrates whole truth transparently for all or excludes some either all the time or exponentially over time

2 whether architecture or engineering or science is safe and humanly conscious -prove that if a scientist says everything is now known in his silo then he's either not modeling micro enough or not connecting other disciplines - einetein and von neumann

1 explore recursively where human calculations can do creation that computers never can (turing)

0 verify what minimum golden rules unite all sustainable faiths (or cultural heroes) in joy of next generation aligned with natures evolutionary rules

00 clarify where lawyers and other professionals/politicians are causing terror and fear and greed and separation by claiming a monopoly over judgement that is less and less true to future possibilities caused by an era's greatest changes

at least i think i am right in saying so- but would be happy to learn where i am overclaiming for maths

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk dc text 240 316 8157

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

world bank live - selection of pro-youth assemblies

jim kim 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB  #2030now the most joyful charters of net gen's 2 social movements: end poverty, twin futire capitals in job creating to be more celebrated world stage than olympics or anything 20th C

millenials can web cast world bank spring 2014 next 12 month challenge set by jim kim - every milennial welcome to post soltion at sping 2015 world bank live


President, World Bank Group
Secretary-General of the United Nations
Co-Founder and CEO, The Global Poverty Project
Founder, Mara Group and Mara Foundation
Chair, Youth Advocacy Group, Global Education First Initiative
Co-Founder, WO-MAN Foundation
Anchor and correspondent, CNN

digital finance can web cast with
Executive Vice President and CEO, IFC
Vice President Electronic Services Grupo BIMBO & General Manager BLM
Investment Partner, Omidyar Network
Head of Business Development, Mobisol
Postmaster General, Andhra Pradesh
President, MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth and Vice Chair
Director & Head, Airtel Money - Africa
CEO, bKash

Date: Monday, May 5, 2014
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET 
Location: World Bank J1-050 & Online 

Finland is this decade's shiny icon of classroom success. Since it implemented huge education reforms 40 years ago, Finland's school system has consistently come at the top of international rankings. Finland’s schools are publicly funded, homework is minimal, and compulsory schooling does not begin until age 7. The Finnish system draws teacher candidates from the top 10% of graduates, trains teachers well, and lets them design the curriculum around very lean national standards. What can other countries learn from Finland’s successes, and what challenges should they keep in mind?

Global poverty has largely been viewed as a technical problem that merely requires the right expert solutions. Yet all too often, experts recommend solutions that fix immediate problems while ignoring the political oppression that created them in the first place, accidentally colluding with autocrats who violate the rights of the poor. The Tyranny of Experts traces the history of the fight against global poverty, showing how development has long suppressed the vital debate on the individual rights of people in developing countries, the crucial debate on whether unchecked power for dictators is the problem and not the solution. 

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