.2022-3 welcomes you to 15th annual players cards of world record jobs --whats new? web front & epicentre eg web3's pathway started around Satoshi 2008 but has leapt forward during 2 years of covid-enforced digital co-creation celebrated by the likes of Mr Metaverse:: MS Metaverse1 (idea Dao.edu):: Ms Metaverse2... nightingale : is millennial's world short of 100 million last mile health servant livelihoods?: no maths needed to value Einstein's life lessons; no patriotism needed to discuss ; was attenborough only world class field expert not to be dumbed down by western media
Nightingales deliver motion for UNGA77 .why love Stanford. (rules options) ::
top 2 alumni networks to cooperate with remain Fazle Abed & Von Neumann
-; with urgent appearance of web3 as make or break sustainability generation we've spent time zooming up bop-eg Singapore Players, HOwen community engagement ,Guterres ( which in turn means linking in alumni of eg ITU's Zhao, Xprize's Diamandis as well as alumni of what started in 2016 around UN special ed envoy Gordon Brown, Jim Kim, JMa, Melinda Gates; over 60 years stanford AI hubsters often seem a giant leap ahead techwise but to choose 3 on open ness of impact, WRJ goes for Jerry Yang, Fei-Fei Li and Andrew NG; we love worldwide university scholars space such as those created by Li Ka Shing, Schwarzman and NYU's undercover boss John Sexton. ASA's Michael Crow ..... more WRJ
greenbigbang invites you yo have a sneak at our new picks for 2023 if you are comfy with messy searchesSDGs rising by valuing women's productivity emulating mens
If you are going to help save 2020s world from extinction (let alone putin!) the top 50 people you'll need to learn and action with will be a deeply personal combo- GAMES OF WRJ #1 edit 50 playing cards from WRJ -ask a friend to do likewise- see how many common choices you made -then choose one to keep your friend had not chosen and voce versa - by all means add in your own selections- keep updating your 50 cards aide memoire.. bon courage - who need to be at WRJ? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk..*
9/8/18 paul oyer: fei-fei li : lei zhang - WE WELCOME q&a THE MORE MATHEMATUCAL OR HUMAN THE BETTER chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk MA stats cambridge 1973

2016 bangladesh schools go edigital nationwide :: brookings video :: Bangla video :: brac how's that
1/1/21 we have entered the most exciting decade to be alive- by 2030 we will likely know whether humans & tech wizards can save futureoflife- tech surveys indicate odds of accomplishing this greatest human mission would be lot less without spirit of a chinese american lady at stanford-...
bonus challenge for those on road to glasgow cop2 nov2021: future 8 billion peoples want to value from 2021 rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

GAMES of world record jobs involve
*pack of cards: world record jobs creators eg fei-fe li ; fazle abed ...
*six future histories before 2021 starts the decade of empowering youth to be the first sustainable generation.

problem 99% of what people value connecting or doing to each other
has changed (and accelerated in last three quarters of a century- while laws, culture and nature's diversity and health are rooted in real-world foundations that took mother earth 1945 years to build with -and that's only using the christian calendar

1995 started our most recent quater of a century with 2 people in Seattle determined to change distribution of consumers' markets - the ideas of how of bezos and jack ma on what this would involve were completely different except that they changed the purpose of being online from education knowledge to buying & selling things -
nb consuming up things is typically a zero-sum game or less if done unsustainable- whereas life-shaping knowhow multiplies value in use
from 1970 to 1995 knowhow needed to end subsistence poverty of over a billion asian villagers was networked person to person by women with no access to electricity grids- their number 1 wrjc involved partnerships linked by fazle abed - borlaug's crop science was one of the big 5 action learnings -its person to person application saved a billion people from starvation; the first 185 years of the machie age started up bl glasgow university's smith an watt in 1760 had brought humans to the 2 world wars; when people from nearly 200 nations founded the united nations at san francisco opera house 1945 chances of species survival looked poor- miraculous;y one mathematician changed that before he died 12 years later- john von neumann's legacy was both the moon race and twin artificial intel labs - one facing pacific ocean out of stanford; the other facing the atlantic out of mit boston .. who are top job creating economists by practice - health -refugee sports green hong kong..where are top tour guides around billionaire 1 2 around poverty,,, we the peoples ...

Monday, July 19, 2021

gandhi einstein

educators and students dont need to einsteui=in maths to learn from his biggest life lessons - his lesson with gandhi is main topic of this post; other lessons 1 mans science always approximation down to how local/micro data is integrated into way the science deduces; this has become relevant wherever man on a global scale is competing with nature's whose deep learning rules will define species futures- more generally e'd particularly love to here of anyone scaling photosynthesis solutions; it seems to us but from 1 accident to timing (eg Einstein furious with himself for early publication of nuclear research) , photosynthesis races would have got as much gov r&d sponsorship as atomic races chris.macare@yahoo.co.uk

The Einstein Letter That Started It All; A message to President Roosevelt 25 Years ago launched the atom bomb and the Atomic Age.
Nov 23, 2011 — Einstein sought to control nuclear weapons and to develop institutions such as the UN that he believed could lead to peace.


 “Mahatma Gandhi's life achievement stands unique in political history. He has invented a completely new and humane means for the liberation war of an oppressed country, and practiced it with greatest energy and devotion. The moral influence he had on the consciously thinking human being of the entire civilized world will probably be much more lasting than it seems in our time with its overestimation of brutal violent forces. Because lasting will only be the work of such statesmen who wake up and strengthen the moral power of their people through their example and educational works. We may all be happy and grateful that destiny gifted us with such an enlightened contemporary, a role model for the generations to come.” by 1931 ganhi was politely telling londoners that their colonial power were siphoning away 80% of india's economy -Everything including education, sanitation and health etc had to be managed with the rest of 20 per cent.


Albert Einstein, is considered as one of the greatest minds in the world who played a major role in revolutionising modern Science. His admiration for Mahatma can be seen clearly in a letter he addressed to Mahatma Gandhi, in the year 1931, praising his methods. Gandhi remained an important influence on Einstein’s life and thoughts.

Gandhi’s concept of satyagraha can be defined as a devotion to truth. This concept appealed to Einstein greatly. The primary reason behind this is its principled ground against political expediency and for the type of moral commitment that depends on self-scrutiny and an inquiry into cause and effect. Similar to the counter-intuitive theories of Einstein, Mark Shepard (who wrote the biography of Mahatma Gandhi) defines satyagraha as a hard to grasp concept, especially for those who are used to seeing power in the barrel of a gun.

Known to be a conservative, Albert Einstein had expressed profound regret after publishing an equation that encouraged the development of the nuclear bomb. He also addressed a letter to the US President Franklin Roosevelt, informing him about the risks associated with nuclear bombs.


Einstein aco-chaired an anti-lynching campaign and issued a scathing condemnation of racism during a speech he gave in 1946 at Philidelphia's Lincoln College, the alma mater of Langston Hughes and Thurgood Marshall in which he called racism “a disease of white people.” That same year, notes On Being’s executive editor Trent Gilliss, Einstein “penned one of his most articulate and eloquent essays advocating for the civil rights of black people in America.” Titled “The Negro Question” and published in the January 1946 edition of Pageant magazine, the essay, writes Gilliss, “was intended to address a primarily white readership.”

Einstein begins by answering the inevitable objection, “What right has he to speak about things which concern us alone, and which no newcomer should touch?” To this, the famed physicist answers, “I do not think such a standpoint is justified.” Einstein believed he had a unique perspective: “One who has grown up in an environment takes much for granted. On the other hand, one who has come to this country as a mature person may have a keen eye for everything peculiar and characteristic.” Speaking freely about his observations, Einstein felt “he may perhaps prove himself useful.”

Then, after praising the country’s “democratic trait” and its citizens’ “healthy self-confidence and natural respect for the dignity of one’s fellow-man,” he plainly observes that this “sense of equality and human dignity is mainly limited to men of white skins.” Anticipating a casually racist defense of “natural” differences, Einstein replies:

I am firmly convinced that whoever believes this suffers from a fatal misconception. Your ancestors dragged these black people from their homes by force; and in the white man’s quest for wealth and an easy life they have been ruthlessly suppressed and exploited, degraded into slavery. The modern prejudice against Negroes is the result of the desire to maintain this unworthy condition.

The ancient Greeks also had slaves. They were not Negroes but white men who had been taken captive in war. There could be no talk of racial differences. And yet Aristotle, one of the great Greek philosophers, declared slaves inferior beings who were justly subdued and deprived of their liberty. It is clear that he was enmeshed in a traditional prejudice from which, despite his extraordinary intellect, he could not free himself.

Like the ancient Greeks, Americans’ prejudices are “conditioned by opinions and emotions which we unconsciously absorb as children from our environment.” And racist attitudes are both causes and effects of economic exploitation, learned behaviors that emerge from historical circumstances, yet we “rarely reflect” how powerful the influence of tradition is “upon our conduct and convictions.” The situation can be remedied, Einstein believed, though not “quickly healed.” The “man of good will,” he wrote, “must have the courage to set an example by word and deed, and must watch lest his children become influenced by this racial bias.”

Read the full essay at On Being, and learn more about Einstein’s committed anti-racist activism from Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor’s 2006 book Einstein on Race and Racism.

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