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Topic: hilbert's third problem
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frank zubek

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Re: hilbert's third problem
Posted: Aug 14, 2013 11:12 AM
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GSC; wrote;
That *Mission* will require the *integration* of ideas from all *stakeholders* in the *system*. Words enclosed within *...* contain some 'technical meaning' (beyond what's available in any conventional dictionary); some of this meaning will come through when you start understanding 'systems thinking'. No 'genius' can do it, though obviously the contributions of geniuses would be most helpful.

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fz; I'm not sure if you herd of the spiral curriculum. In any case that is what the contemporary education is based up on. USA, Canada, Australia, have probably the WORST curriculum on the world wide stage. I remember when little we had the same books on math, they were passed down from year to year, same math, here we have new books every year math is rewrriten, guys like Kirby promoting nonsense which he can not back up, you advocating collective solution thinking.
Sure a collaboration is OK like in space tech., nuclear energy, medical research,
but in general it does not work on the day to day base.
But hey lets promote synergetics, lets reroute all what we knew, lets redirect, lets rewrite science, history, and lets replace it with political correctness which dominates this already crumbling system.

fz



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