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Asia top 100 Hunicorns- lessons your community can apply to save our species
REPORT BY SCOTTISH STATISTICIANS: ADVANCING HUMAN LOT 260 YEARS OF MACHINES & HUMANS
You may love or hate this subject just as you may judge my father’s life’s purpose on the economic maps of Entrepreneurial Revolution from this 2010 summary from Th Economist Boardroom video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY
To start with my Diaspora Scot father (Norman Macrae) concluded in his teens that most history as written by men who ruled white empires was bunk.
Dad had grown up in British embassies in 1930s Europe where his father was trying to supply London with intel on stopping Hitler and Stalin. Dad spent his last days as a teenager in allied bomber command as navigator stationed in Myanmar; every day his aerial views would be of the great Bay of Bengal to the west, the Asean peninsular to the south east, to the north east the continent of China where he might have to engage the flight paths of the Japanese Embassy.
Surviving the war dad was in Keynes’ last class, next spent 40 years telling worldwide stories at the economist. After 15 years he was permitted to sign one annual survey – he first made friends with the Japanese entrepreneurs suggesting they may have found sme value chain solutions to help the two thirds of humans who are Asian develop, and even map how to peacefully end structural poverty.
As you can see president Kennedy thought this innovative curricula was worth questioning during its first week pf publication in 1962. Additionally, thanks to a chance interview with John Von Neumann, dad also became the biographer of Neumann’s legacy of 100 times “moore” analytic machine power questioning youthful purposes of every decade from moon racing 1960s to earth saving 2020s
REGARDING HUNICORNS, SCOTTISH REPORTING, ASIAN WOMENS LIVE EMPOWER ALL OF US
HUNICORNS Unlike the silicon valley unicorns which celebrate how fast a small startup can sell itself out for a billion dollars, we seek reporting on origins of every Hunicorn that gravitates one of sustainability’s most vital purposes that nobody in the network wants to sell out. These are networks concerned with scaling how joyfully communities can multiply actions on life critical knowhow with any family/community needing it. This celebration certainly is not exclusively Asian but in the 2020s this is the simplest space to see two thirds of the world people just doing it- thanks especially to lives matter revolutions empowered by Asian women: 50 years of work and collaboration partnerships connected by Sir Fazle Abed being the largest partnership generator of hunicorns yet known
SCOTS Glasgow is where the age of machines began – first engineer James Watt, first reporter Adam Smith. In 1760 Scotland was 50 years into being colonised by London , so Scottish reporting alumni have always asked what happens if machines opportunities are shared equally the world over not just capitalised by a few white men. Smith himself advised Scottish and Irish inventors to go apply their inventions across America’s continental scale with one proviso end slavery wherever you share your invention. People like Alexander Bell took up his invitation celebrating with the application of the telephone across USA – in an instance the 2nd revolution of machines was born – telecommunications alongside the first of energy beyond the power of man and horse.
In 1843 diaspora scot James Wilson launched the economist as a newsletter aimed as asking London’s royal society whether queen Victoria would prefer to rule over commonwealth not slave making empire. After convincing Victoria that starving the Irish was such a bad idea that English corn lobby monopolists be thrown out of parliament, she chartered a bank for him to go and entrepreneurially free India’s people from the probably the world’s most evil corporation the slave-trading and genocide-warring east indies company. Wilson arrived in the bay of Bengal’s Calcutta 1860- then capital of British Raj India- only to die of diarrhea 9 months later. The Economist’s Scottish storytelling crusade had within this first century of man and machines started to encompass reporting from old and new worlds.
Leap forward another century to 1960:
Americans had graciously mediated the end of the old worlds 2 great wars
American machine & agri engineers, primarily Deming and Borlaug, had open sourced to Japan, what Asia Rising needed to empower to end all the poverty borders mainly London capitalists had mapped
Hungarian American Von Neumann had planted 2 additional future industrial revolutions. Kennedy had joyfully launched young American minds on the greatest goals imaginable starting with the moon race. He too had served in the Asia Pacific war zone. If the Asian two thirds of humans now had knowhow that could end the poverty traps spun primarily by the 7 white empires of the G8 why not celebrate this as the happiest news story journalists ever report on.
Economistdiary.com Next in 2021 why not mediate today’s greatest human races out of Glasgow round worldwide youth’s most urgent collaborations; maps needed include end covid, go green, and empower the younger half of the world by celebrating their community engaged livelihoods around sdgs integrating last mile services