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Within a few years the world was debating if tech helps man reach the moon is there any mission impossible on earth.
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Monday, November 11, 2019

kennedy von neumann and deming

Never in the field of human futures have 10000 young brains been valued more than when jf kennedy assigned them one goal land on the moon

this raises the question

what if there had been time & space to celebrate that by 1960s the japanese had become world class at physical, civil and mathematical engineering just as the door opened to americans becoming better at cultural and mental engineering

von neumann out of princeton had spent hos last 10 years of life on the most productive decade of any single human being ever

  • fathering and open sourcing the programmable computer,
  • in his final post to yale explainking how the developent of coding as a universal language to marry in with human languages would be the defijing cultural fut5itre shock of uniting nations or bordering off walls-
  • Economiclaly and socially all of this clould have been  the western silver lining to half a century of world wars but over in the east something equally magical was rising- the japanese tutored by american deming had leapt forward in quality physical engineering , innovated tools for maths such as the pocket calculator , redesigned trading infrastructures round bullet trains and container ports, established the foundations needed for microelectronics quality and started new win-win world trade "supply chain" patterning across the fra eastern belt road initially with islands such as taiwan hong kong singapore as well as the southern peninsular of korea- this mattered because 6 out of 10 humans are asian and because when England empired over the first century of the industrial revolution it trapped colonies in poverty instead of schooling everywhere in being engineers

by 1964 at intel santa clara japanese orders for silicon chips caused
gordon moo0re to be at the networking epicentre of inventing programable chips and the promise to multiply 100 fold the power of this tech dynmaic every decade to the 2020s

if only the best of both worlds could have been mediated at the tokyo olympics 1964 which it was between britain and japan but due to the assassination of kennedy a year earlier america did not join in cooperatively the way the 1960s as moon race decade lit6 up worldwide imagination that no truly human mission would be impossible

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