Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Lake Skadar: Basic Universal Income & World University and School re Stanford Law panel ... WUaS is developing free, highest quality CC MIT OCW-centric (in 7 languages) and CC Yale OYC-centric and wiki CC universal education (200 countries' major universities with law schools in their languages and wiki schools planned for all 7,097 living languages) ... How might WUaS help facilitate a basic universal income?

Hi Scott, 

Greetings. Thanks for further connecting on Twitter recently ( 

I'm developing CC World University and School, which is like CC Wikipedia with CC MIT OpenCourseWare (in 7 languages) and CC Yale OpenYaleCourses. We seek to accredit on these best STEM CC OpenCourseWare to offer free online CC university and high school degrees - and in all countries' main and official languages. WUaS is also planning wiki schools in all 7,097 living languages for open teaching and learning. So World University and School is developing free, highest quality CC MIT OCW-centric and wiki universal education. WUaS plans to offer online Bachelor, Ph.D., Law and M.D. degrees as well as I.B high school degrees in all nation states' official languages. 

I'm writing you about WUaS's planned online law schools (as well as computer science Bachelor and Ph.D. degrees) in every countries' official languages and basic universal income. 

WUaS has been invited to be part of an informal panel at Stanford Law Codex - - probably in late January. WUaS would like also to explore helping code for bitcoin and the blockchain as well, and help facilitate institutionally these institutionally in terms of all nation states - and concerning planning for a basic universal income. 

Would you have interest in being in on the Stanford Law Codex panel via video along with possibly a few other people involved with World University, and perhaps share a few sentences about basic universal income if the opportunity arises? 

Again this would be very informal - and there might be other groups presenting as well. 

In what ways might we explore these ideas further? 

Best regards, Scott



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