50 years ago a billion village women and a former oil company ceo started networking NFTs (that wasnt the jargon they used ; for 25 years with electricity) they designed NFT4 3 2 1 and partnership of 5,6 and resilience 7 upwards. We are using SDG code numbers which weren't declared by nations as relevant to gravitate around to 2015. What happened at the end of the 20th C is someone at a silicon valley millennium goals party asked the billion girls envoy to share their knowhow across hemispheres. So the GOUP Global University of Poverty was formed inviting all female graduates to collaborate across communities needed sdg solutions - in other words, NFT world started to to loop the loop 4 3 2 1 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5&17 (ie not PPP but me-too joyful PWomenP) -Is this the right stuff of millennial world's greatests celebrities SDgoats.com and naturally the most loving players sdgs.games (lets co-blog, roadmap, and see what humanlty and AI possible) Thanks to Meta-womens. 1980s TeachforSdgs.com : Norman Macrae started 1980s prepping for his last of 5 decades at The Economist; co-authored with son chris- 2025 report timelined most likely exponential challenges every decade to sustainability/extinction denouement 2030; eg 1980s to prep- reunite russian people with berlin wall expected to fall 1989; start tracking with digital health and jobs rich education gets communally better served everywhere; one way to keep on track was to audit new livelihoods for younger half of the world as shown

Thursday, July 14, 2022

 Whenever entrepreneurs innovate exponentially rising money system to end poverty integrating deeper data than ever before - so the best news of the 78 years of the United Nations was announced 2022 -  digital money  (nft) to end poverty. Links at EconomistUn.com. There have always been 2 types of exponential system designers whether you call them economists or something else- those who integrate ending poverty into every map they app, and those who do not<br />& decades of questioning what to do with 100 times more tech per decade - started by economist alumni von neumann princeton 1951  

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