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Curriculum For A Globanonacist

Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 10:06 AM EDT

The reader should know that he or she is only 1 of 800 people that will hear about the things I write about today. What that says to me is, that if you are reading this then in some way or another you are being introduced to globanomics like no one else is. You are 1 of 800 in the entire world. In some small way, that makes all of you globanomcists. 

Just the same, I think to become a “real globanomacist”, to be certified that is, would require one to show that they understand and/or proficient in the factors that went into globanomics, including, love, reciprocity, microeconomics, freedom over subjugation, etc. It would require understanding PERC and the National Hierarchy of Needs scoring system. In fact, it would require having been part of a team in constructing a fully functional scoring system.

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Anyway, I think you are getting the point. During some of my more enlightened moments, I have even constructed a boilerplate for a globanomacist master's degree program. It would be designed somewhat like Rickover’s nuclear power school program that I explained in my recent book, The Cold War Submariner, The Cold War Submariner: Boswell, Jim: 9781661139339: Amazon.com: Books. But in addition, to the 10-11 courses that a student candidate would complete, they would also be teamed together in groups of 10. I accepted a total class of first-year candidates to be 60. That would give me six teams that could compete against each other. 

And the competition was to see which could build the best national scoring given the National Hierarchy of Needs scheme.

For the first-year program, I recommended getting 30 U.S. kids and 30 non-U.S. kids—mixing them up equally, too, amongst the six different teams.

All sixty of the class will graduate, assuming, of course, they could pass a final oral board and comprehensive final, but the team that wins the scoring system will be further recognized for their accomplishment.

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