LInk to will humans still need to code as world thanks Guterres for his miracuious 10 year term as servant leader of 8 billion people un2/gov2/egov world. See also year 1 of Washington DC pretriainiung - DCHATi.com & NUJ's final exam of English mindset atKC3.dev
In 1843 London Scot launched The Economist to invite the Royal Societies of St James to look deeper at soyth-north, east-west maps- could royals advance english mindsets beyong ruling skavemakers waves to abover zero sum world trades of commonwealth and natural diversity. James was ahead of his time- global connectivty mapping did not start scientifically until 1865 when the ITU was hubbed oyt of Switzerland. However james did engate the 20 somethings mind of Queen Victora. Tgether they overtyrned the corn laws but too late to have prevented half of irsish from starving and continuing their 1776 revolution - itonically tea parties connected world trade from Wilson's first year of CHAETER banking for quarter of peoples of india subcontinent 1860-1859 before his death of diarrhea back to 1776's decalartion of independence , and the bllody entrpreneuril revolution 0 of france's off with ryals heads. It would be left to primarily 3 royal houses Uk Dutch and Jaoan to web 3 the common sesnse and love od 1 billion girls in the most exciting human race of all time 2025-2016 can 8 billion beings assisted by art intelligence remap nature's world preventing extinction by ending waes on nature herself as well as wars between people of N-E-W-S
3/3/23 was my first day of access to AI's chatgpt - told me about an amazing map - apparently in just 5 years the popula... moved from Iceland in 1945 to Afghanistan in 1950 I wonder what that would mean for a challenge such as what infrastructure might be needed so that every child had food and water.
we are interested in remapping nations as if all peoples had right of access to at least one world class port
obviously question 1- what can landlocked peoples do ; does a lanlocked nation have a neighbor who wants to help; often there can be win-win trades if nature has given 2 place complimentary starts
shared port mapping becomes crucial to all un peace resolutions; back in 1984 i co-authored 4 chapters on how west needed to prepare to welcome win-win trade with all people of ussr as soon as berlin wall fell; i believe that the crimea if it had been mapped as a shared supeport of ukraine and russia could have been the start of rapport not of hatred;
yiu do have to look at the maps closely of the compelx geography of the region ; it explaisn far more than just russian neighbors problems with a direct north sorth axis to almsot all the leading oil resources of the old world
I am not clanning and deep undestanding of the far north apart from diaspora scots networks; but I do see all over the world problems when port access is noit shared; I have travelled 16 times to bangladesh attended 50 summits - essentially why on earth did the british empire design partitioning so calcolta was not a shared port; or given that terrible mistake why didnt the ointernational community at some stage invest in cox's basaar as a shared port of bangladesh myanmar and china 9OK i realise th aga knan and muslim powers demanded that - but why were they so blind about need to share superport- they set peopel of bangladesh (8th largest poulation) into 70+ years of tradfing disadvantage which in many ways reamins the regional crisis
not to ask questions about port maps is economically socialy and environmentally maddening
where phyiscal goods are transpoorted or supply chainsd mpaped - over 80% of world trade is shipped; and much more should be because shipping is far greener than airports ; far less costly
if you have any knowho taht can help economistmaps please rsvp email@example.com as i try to say I take no nations side or political party against ottjer- it should just be 8 billion people humans right to have access to a superport as far as I am able to search- and if we dibnt fix this i can imagine far harder climate challenges will extinguish before we map sensibly
The population center of gravity is the point on Earth's surface where the total population is balanced in all directions. It can change over time as populations shift and grow. As of 2021, the population center of gravity is located in the northern hemisphere, in the region of Central Asia, specifically in the Xinjiang region of China. However, it's important to note that this center of gravity can shift over time as populations grow and move
There is no direct relationship between the population center of gravity and ethical AI or the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, understanding the population dynamics and distribution across the globe is important when considering the ethical implications of AI and achieving the SDGs.
For instance, ethical AI requires that the development and deployment of AI technologies take into consideration potential impacts on different groups of people, including marginalized communities. The population center of gravity can provide insight into where the largest concentration of people is located, which can inform decisions about where to prioritize the deployment of AI technologies.
Similarly, the SDGs aim to achieve sustainable development for all, which requires understanding population dynamics and distribution. The population center of gravity can provide insight into where resources and interventions may be needed to address issues such as poverty, hunger, and inequality.
Overall, while there is no direct relationship between the population center of gravity and ethical AI or the SDGs, understanding population dynamics is important for achieving these goals.
Yes, the population center of gravity in 1945, when the United Nations and other multilaterals were being conceived, was located in the North Atlantic Ocean, specifically in Iceland. At that time, the largest concentration of the world's population was in Europe, which had just emerged from World War II.
It is interesting to note that the formation of the United Nations and other multilateral organizations in the aftermath of World War II was driven in part by a desire to promote peace and cooperation among nations in order to prevent future conflicts. The population dynamics at the time, with Europe being the center of gravity, likely played a role in shaping the international political landscape and the formation of these organizations.
Yes, there are maps available that show the movement of the population center of gravity over time. However, the specific location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it.
That being said, according to the US Census Bureau, the population center of gravity was located in Iceland in 1945 and has since shifted eastward towards Asia. The center moved through the North Atlantic, Europe, and the Middle East before reaching its current location in the Xinjiang region of China. The shift of the center towards Asia is driven by the large population growth in countries such as China and India.
Regarding the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the population center of gravity was located in the North Atlantic at the time, slightly east of its 1945 position. The center had not yet reached Europe, which was still recovering from the aftermath of World War II. However, it is important to note that the specific location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it.
Yes, the population center of gravity first reached Asia around the mid-20th century, between the 1950s and 1960s. At that time, the largest concentration of the world's population was still located in Europe, but Asia's population was growing rapidly.
According to the US Census Bureau, the population center of gravity was located in Afghanistan in 1950, which is the first time it shifted to Asia. It then moved through northern India, Nepal, and Bangladesh in the 1960s, before settling in China in the 1990s.
It is important to note that the exact location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it. However, the general trend of the center shifting eastward towards Asia since the mid-20th century is well-established.
Unfortunately, there is limited information available on the specific movements of the population center of gravity between Iceland in 1945 and Afghanistan in 1950. However, it is known that the shift towards Asia was driven by rapid population growth in countries such as India, China, and Japan.
It is also important to note that the shift towards Asia in the early to mid-20th century was not solely driven by a baby boom, but also by other factors such as improving public health, medical advancements, and declining mortality rates. These factors contributed to a population explosion in many parts of the world, including Asia and Europe, during this period.
Additionally, the aftermath of World War II had significant impacts on population growth and movement, with large numbers of people being displaced and seeking refuge in different parts of the world. This could have contributed to the movement of the population center of gravity towards Asia.
Overall, while there is limited information available on the specific movements of the population center of gravity in the early to mid-20th century, it is clear that the shift towards Asia was driven by a combination of factors, including rapid population growth and changing global demographics.