WORLD PTOLEMY UNIVERSITY (WPU): STATUTES, CONCEPTION ETC.


The World Intellectual Elite Union (WIEU) - CONTENANT

The World Blue-Violet Movement

The Thoth-Pythagoras-Plato-Ptolemy's Wisdom Temple

The World CONTENANT System of Academies and Universities
The World Platonist's Academy of Sciences and Art

The World Ptolemy University (Ptolemy University)

 

 

STATUTES


   STATUTE OF CONTENANT

 

1. Main Principles

 

  1.1. Contenant is the World Intellectual Elite Union (l'Union Mondiale de l'Elite Intellectuelle - UMEI-WIEU) in the exercise of intellectual elite trade union rights.

      Contenant is the World System of academies, universities, special highest schools, museums and other intellectual, scientific, educational, legal, social, cultural organizations, groups and individuals.

      Contenant is the World Blue (intellectual)-Violet (cosmic infinite) Movement.

      The Thoth-Pythagoras-Plato-Ptolemy's Wisdom Temple is the closed political and financial core of Contenant.

      The World Platonist's Academy of Sciences and Art is the main scientific, ideological and coordinating centre of Contenant.    

      The World Ptolemy University (Ptolemy University) is the elitist, completely autonomous, independent scientific, higher educational  center of Contenant.

      Contenant includes its regional, international, national and specialized departments, schools, museums, libraries etc.

      Contenant contains its administrative agencies participating in international accreditation, licensing scientific and educational organizations, in recognition, legalization of diplomas (certificates), academic degrees, in certification and support for talented & gifted people studying and exploring fundamental problems.

  1.2. Acting in conformity with the United Nations Declarations, the ILO and UNESCO conventions, the standards of international law and its own conventions and regulations Contenant organizes its departments, is authorizing its representatives, founds groups and organizations in education, science and culture.

  1.3. Contenant awards the World Ptolemy Prize and other special prizes and diplomas for intellectual activity.

  1.4. Contenant as a world union of intellectual groups & organizations and individuals founds its Recognition Agency (Contenant Recognition Agency) which holds the WIEU Committee of Accreditation Boards for Science and Higher  Education (WIEU-CABSHE), the World Register and Ranking Lists of Intellectual Groups & Organizations (WRRLIGO) and other committees for public interaction.

  1.5. Being the World Blue (intellectual)-Violet (cosmic infinite) Movement Contenant facilitates the ''Blue'' (human), the ''Green" (ecological) and other human public movements. 

  1.6. The World Platonist's Academy of Science & Arts is the self contained scientific-cultural and ideological center of the Contenant. 

  1.7. The Thoth-Pythagoras-Plato-Ptolemy’s Wisdom Temple is the closed political, financial core and Initiation Centre of the Contenant. 

1.8. Contenant contains the elitist World Ptolemy University (Ptolemy University, or WPU) as a world non-governmental  organization for higher education, scientific research and academic recognition (with full or partial individual coaching talented and gifted people by best professors from best world universities using new educational courses and technologies including Internet online, externship, full-time participation in laboratory and experimental research etc.) .

   Registered, licensed and included into the World Register and Ranking Lists of Intellectual Groups & Organizations (WRRLIGO)  and accredited by WIEU-CABSHE Ptolemy University has entered the World Contenant System of  Academies and Universities.

     Ptolemy University is the main higher educational centre of Contenant.

  1.9. World Ptolemy University contains its Departments, Faculties, Centers, Institutes. Main subject branches   of research and higher education:

  Mathematics and Theoretical Physics;

Natural Sciences (Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Biology,

Geology);

  Economics, Management and Finances;

  Law, Sociology and Politics;

  History, Philosophy and Psychology;

  Music, Dance and Performance;

  Literature and Languages;

  Fine Arts and Cinema;

  Health;

  TV and Mass-media

  Etc.

 

2. Membership

  

  2.1. Members are elected on a general (telecommunication) conference by majority vote. 

  2.2. Every member (individual) has a right to create, to act and to use his results & achievements, intellectual property independently. 

  2.3. Organizations and sponsors may be elected as associated members. 

  2.4. The entrance fee and installments are fixed by departments and branches of Contenant. 

  2.5. The membership is voluntary. A withdrawal of members is realized on their withdrawal applications basis. 

 

3. Authorities

  

  3.1. Contenant elects its Presidium, including President, Chancellor, Secretary General on a general (telecommunications) conference by majority vote for five years. 

  3.2. The Honorary President, the Honorary Presidium Members, the Honorary Fellows are elected in perpetuity (as immortal) by majority vote.

  

4. Representatives

  

  4.1. Plenipotentiaries and Representatives of Contenant are appointed by President or Secretary General and act according to rules of international law and this Statute. 

  4.2. Representatives have their plenary powers delegated to them on the strength of credentials certified by President or Secretary General. 

 

5. Places of headquarters and residences

 

  5.1. Places of Initiation and promotion are Paris and Nice (France), Monte-Carlo (Monaco), Luxor and Hurghada (Egypt), London (UK), Moscow (RF), New York (USA), Istanbul (Turkey) etc. 

  5.2. Places of Authorities Residence, Residences of Plenipotentiaries, Departments and Highest Schools are in any country where they are realized. 

  5.3. Place of Headquarters is one of the President's residences. 

 

This Statute has been accepted and confirmed by General conference in Paris, Nice (France), Monte-Carlo (Monaco) (1994, July 13-18).



 

          THE CHARTER AND THE STATUTES OF PTOLEMY UNIVERSITY

  

1. The World Ptolemy University (Ptolemy University, or WPU) is a world non-governmental organization for elitist higher education, scientific research and academic recognition.  

     Registered, licensed and included into the World Register and Ranking Lists of Intellectual Groups & Organizations (WRRLIGO) and accredited by WIEU-CABSHE Ptolemy University has entered the World Contenant System of Academies and Universities. 

     Ptolemy University is the main higher educational center of Contenant.

2. Ptolemy University contains its Departments, Faculties, Centers, Institutes. Main subject branches of research and higher education:

  Mathematics and Theoretical Physics;

Natural Sciences (Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Biology,

Geology);

  Economics, Management and Finances;

  Law, Sociology and Politics;

  History, Philosophy and Psychology;

  Music, Dance and Performance;

  Literature and Languages;

  Fine Arts and Cinema;

  Health;

  TV and Mass-media

  Etc. 

3. The objects of the University shall be to advance learning and knowledge by teaching and research, particularly in science and technology, and in close association with industry and commerce.

4. The University shall be a teaching, research and examining body and shall, subject to this Charter and the Statutes, have the following powers:

(a) To prescribe the conditions under which persons shall be admitted to the University or to any particular course of study therein.

(b) To confer Degrees and other academic distinctions and to grant Diplomas, Certificates or other awards on and to persons who shall have pursued a course of study approved by the University and who shall have passed examinations or other tests approved by the University.

(c) To admit Graduates of other Universities to Degrees of equal or similar rank in the University.

(d) To confer Degrees of the University on any persons who hold office in the University as Professors, Readers, Lecturers or otherwise.

(e) To confer Degrees of the University on former students of the Highest Schools who, after pursuing the approved course of study in the Highest Schools, have been awarded the Diploma, or on former students of  the Highest Schools who are Members of the University, at the date hereof.

(f) To confer Honorary Degrees or other distinctions which may be determined on persons approved by the University.

(g) On what the University shall deem to be good cause, to deprive persons of any Degrees, Diplomas, Certificates or other distinctions or awards conferred upon or granted to them by the University.

(h) To prescribe the disciplinary provisions to which Students of the University shall be subject.

(i) To provide for instruction in such branches of learning as the University may think fit, with particular regard to the provision of higher education and research in the pure and applied sciences and technologies and the furtherance of this provision in co-operation with industry and other relevant bodies, and for the advancement and diffusion of knowledge in such manner and in relation to such matters as the University may think fit.

(j) To provide such courses of lectures and other instruction for persons not Members of the University, as the University may think fit.

(k) To affiliate other institutions or to admit the members thereof to any of its privileges, and to accept attendance at courses of study in such institutions in place of such part of the attendance of course of study in the University and upon such terms and conditions and subject to such regulations as may from time to time be determined by the University, or to recognize any members of the teaching staff of any Highest School or institution, whether affiliated to the University or not, as teachers of the University.

(l) To accept the examinations and periods of study passed by Students of the University at other Universities or places of learning, including therein the Highest School, as equivalent to such examinations and periods of study in the University as the University may determine, and to withdraw such acceptance at any time.

(m) To enter into an agreement with the Highest School for its incorporation within the University and for taking over under any instrument or endowment scheme that may be made, its rights, property, liabilities and engagements to confirm or carry out such agreement.

(n) To enter into any agreement for the incorporation in the University of any other institution and for taking over all or any of the rights, property and liabilities of the said institution, for any purpose not repugnant to this Charter.

(o) To institute Professorships, Readerships, Lectureships, and any other offices as may be required by the University, and to appoint persons to and remove them from such offices, and to prescribe their conditions of service.

(p) To institute and award Fellowships, Scholarships, Studentships, Exhibitions, Bursaries, Prizes and other such awards.

(q) To establish and maintain and to administer and govern institutions for the residence of the Students of the University and to license and supervise such institutions and other places of residence as may be required by the University, whether or not maintained by the University.

(r) To make provision for research and advisory services, more particularly in relation to the applied sciences and technologies and their allied industries, and for the promotion of such objects, to enter into such arrangements with other institutions or with public bodies, professional or industrial societies, or such other concerns as may be thought desirable.

(s) To provide for the printing and publication of educational, research and other works which may be issued by the University.

(t) To co-operate by means of Boards or otherwise with other Universities and Authorities for the regulation and conduct of entrance and other examinations, for the examination and inspection of schools and other academic institutions and for the extension of University teaching and influence in academic matters and for such other purposes as the University may from time to time determine.

(u) To demand and receive fees.

(v) To take such steps as may from time to time be deemed expedient for the purpose of procuring and receiving contributions to the funds of the University, and to raise money in such other manner as the University may think fit.

(w) To act as trustees or managers of any property, legacy, endowment, bequest or gift for the purpose of education or research or otherwise for the furtherance of the work of the University, and to invest any moneys representing any such property or fund not immediately required for the purpose aforesaid in accordance with the provisions of the Statutes.

(x) To do all such other acts and things whether incidental to the powers aforesaid or not as may be requisite in order to further the objects of the University.

5. There shall be a Court of the University (herein called ‘the Court’) which shall be the formal body representing the interests of the University’s constituencies and shall have power to make representations to the Council on any matter affecting the University.

6. There shall be a Council of the University (herein called ‘the Council’) which shall, subject to the Statutes, be the governing body of the University and shall have the custody and use of the Common Seal, and shall be responsible for the management and administration of the revenue and property of the University.

7. Subject to these Statutes, the Council may make Ordinances to direct and regulate the University, its Members and affairs provided that:

(a) Notice of any proposed Ordinance (and of the date upon which it is proposed that it should come into effect) shall be given to the Council not less than fourteen days before the date of the meeting of the Council at which it is to be considered,

(b) before making any Ordinance the Council shall consider a report from Authorities including the Chancellor and the President and shall not, except on their recommendation 

make any Ordinance relating to courses of study, Degrees,

Diplomas and Certificates, for functions of the Boards of Studies and Schools, the affiliation of other institutions, the recognition of teachers and the constitution of  the Council.

The power to make Ordinances shall include the power to amend, add to or repeal any Ordinances therefore made.

8. No religious, racial or political test shall be imposed upon any person in order to entitle him or her to be admitted as a Member, Professor, Teacher or Student of the University or to hold office therein or to graduate thereat or to hold any advantage or privilege thereof.

9. The University shall not make any dividend, gift, division or bonus in money unto or between any of its members except by way of prize, reward or special grant.

 

 

 


 

THE WORLD CONVENTION

on the World Intellectual Elite Union (WIEU) members' rights

1996, May 29

 

 

The World Intellectual Elite Union (WIEU)-CONTENANT  is an open, voluntary non-governmental world institution (union, syndicate) /in exercise of trade union's rights/ for representation and protection of the intellectual world member's interests. Individual and associated members signed, joint up, supported this Convention, being guided by a self-determination principle of the intellectual world, concerning for mankind's future, taking international law tendencies into consideration, have consented to the following

 

ARTICLE 1

 

A convention with its inalienable appendices and ratification deeds is crucial act in the exercise of the world referendum rights /in frame of international law/ if numbers if signatures for it are superior in numbers to signatures for a convention with a contrary, contradictory content.

 

ARTICLE 2

 

The world citizenship for the Contenant members is established. This citizenship is certified by the World citizen's passport /in English, French and national language/ recommended for governments, authorities to recognize it as a document enjoying full rights to leave and to enter the country for residence in any place without a visa (a permit).

 

ARTICLE 3

 

The public registration and accreditation of international intellectual groups and organizations with issue of a license for intellectual activity is established. Name of a registered, accredited and licensed group (organization) is included into the World Register and Ranking Lists of Intellectual Groups & Organizations (WRRLIGO) .

ARTICLE 4

 

An authenticity (an equality) of international and national certificates (diplomas), academic degrees, ranks are recognized on the basis of the Table of the Authenticity. Certificates (diplomas) issued by institutions registered, licensed and included into the Contenant WRRLIGO are recognized as documents being not in need of national, governmental recognition, legalization etc.      

ARTICLE 5

 

This Convention is made in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, German, Japanese, moreover its every copy is authentic. The holder of this Convention and all Ratification Deeds of this Convention is Contenant.




CONTENANT


THIRD MILLENNIUM: CONCEPTION OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH


Proceeding from Statutes and other documents of the World  Intellectual Elite Union (WIEU, or CONTENANT) and its academies, universities, schools, regional, national and specialized autonomous units  and other institutions, taking into account considerable transformations  of education and fundamental research in the past three decades,  Presidium of WIEU puts the task of creating an exemplary scientific and educational world space based on a synthesis of world practice and overcoming the main disadvantages and decelerating tendencies.

USA remain a leader in state support of science and education (about 3% of the budget for science , and in 2013 the National Science Foundation received $ 7.4 billion  which is $ 340 million more than in 2012 . Basic research costs have doubled , and additional funds obtained by reducing the non-priority programs and projects. $ 203 million directed to research in the field of renewable energy sources and complex ecological processes. For educational purposes : $ 414 million spent on infrastructure for training professionals in the field of high-precision and high-tech production , yet 459 million - for scholarships for young scientists and specialists . Department of Science of U.S. Department of Energy received $ 5 billion on basic research. National Institute of Standards and Technology has received 708 million dollars in order to increase the competitiveness of U.S. industry. One of the largest and most high-tech organizations in the United States remains the NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). After the crisis of 2008-2009, a decline in funding for space programs. In 2013, NASA sent $ 17.7 billion , which is 0.3 % less than in 2012 . $ 830 million allocated from the federal sources to finance private projects for cargo space). The U.S. federal government invests significantly to support science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) graduate education through traineeships and fellowships, along with a substantial investment through faculty research grants where graduate students are supported as research assistants. To underscore the importance of these investments, the FY 2014 Budget Request introduces a coherent and streamlined NSF investment strategy for the preparation of tomorrow’s science and engineering (S&E) workforce. This plan builds on the ideas generated through the strategic planning process of the National Science and Technology Council’s Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education (Co-STEM) and on-going interagency discussions of mechanisms for improved effectiveness.

In FY 2014, NSF will challenge the STEM graduate education community to build “NSF Research Traineeships” projects through the NRT program. These projects will design and implement traineeships programs in emphasis areas that align with national priorities where new areas of science are emerging rapidly. NRT will also provide a mechanism for learning about the implementation and impact of innovative graduate traineeship programs or graduate education policies. The program will build on what has been learned through IGERT, the Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12) program, and in other relevant NSF-sponsored efforts. NRT will seek transformative approaches to graduate education that keep pace with the transformation of science in emerging fields and in specialized areas.

 

NRT Funding by Directorate

(Dollars in Millions)                                                                     FY 2014 Request

Biological Sciences                                                                                   $3.25

Computer and Information Science and Engineering                               5.69

Education and Human Resources                                                           26.33

Engineering                                                                                                4.44

Geosciences                                                                                                3.64

Mathematical and Physical Sciences                                                         3.69

Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences                                              3.03

International and Integrative Activities                                                     5.00

Total                                                                                                       $55.07


U.S. inferior in specific consumption only Israel (4.4%), Japan, Sweden , Finland and South Korea, but in absolute terms the United States continues to lead : 34% of global spending ( for comparison: in second place China - about 13 % in the third Japan - 12%, EU - 23% , Russian -1% ). 

Statement of U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan—FY 2014 Budget Request:

“The 2014 request continues to support the President's ambitious goal that America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world by 2020. The urgent and growing need for higher education reflected in the 2020 goal comes at a time when paying for college is a challenge for many American families. As a consequence, the President's budget proposes comprehensive reforms to increase affordability and quality in higher education, including $1 billion for a new Race to the Top—College Affordability and Completion competition. That competition would drive change in State higher education policies and practices to improve college access, affordability, completion, and quality. The request also includes $260 million for a First in the World fund, modeled after the Investing in Innovation (i3) program, which would make competitive awards to encourage innovation in higher education to tackle and improve college completion rates, increase the productivity of higher education, build evidence of what works, and scale up proven strategies”.

Naturally, in the world ranking of 10 leading universities  there are seven universities  from USA, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the past several years was recognized the world leader and became the world leader in online education. Its online courses are designed to a high standard in all major areas of knowledge.

The main barriers in access to higher education remain high price, excessive bureaucratization and lack of individual approach. In some measure these shortcomings were overcame by  leaders of online higher education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University.  

Based on the synthesis of approaches of  MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Yale universities in the U.S. , as well as of Cambridge , Oxford from the United Kingdom, with a view of the UNESCO Conventions , Conventions of the World Intellectual Elite Union, the Lisbon European convention on the recognition and equivalence of diplomas, academic  degrees it is possible to surpass the existing national and regional achievements and overcome bureaucratic and financial obstacles to access to higher education.

Primarily by focusing on online education in fundamental theoretical directions it will be possible to minimize costs and significantly reduce the price of education while the experimental areas that require expensive modern equipment should be based in a specially created international centers with public access financed due to the global and regional cooperation in the concentration funds for science and education, while in the experimental areas it is important early involvement of students in research and practice with a decent financial reward of labor  which does not exist in many developing countries, and that leads  to a "brain drain" .

For  talented  and gifted in narrow areas it should remove the general requirements for admission, including the languages , including native language (and in the fundamental areas of physics and mathematics , natural sciences and engineering , music, physical training , etc. are not uncommon geniuses which are expressed in language and stagnant letter permit systematic errors , but in their preferred areas surpass the world level - so while continuing to average modern approach these geniuses will remain behind higher education , which is extremely impoverish humanity ) . Generally , generalizations of working with gifted children and youth follow very important requirements for the content of secondary and higher education (in time it apparently turned into the main principles of the professional education) : WHAT WOULD necessary thing may seem , mathematics , physical education or humanitarian DISCIPLINE SHOULD NOT BE ANY MANDATORY SUBJECT SINCE HIGH SCHOOL : NATURAL GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION produces more bright individuals that may have a crisp , very narrowly focused OUTSTANDING aptitudes, abilities, orientation. THEREFORE, scientific and educational space shall allow the true choice, AND MAY BE SELECTED ONLY ONE SUBJECT by a student . Only in this case you can be sure that mankind turned to face its geniuses and  reproducing nature.

In order to identify and select geniuses is necessary to establish and conduct regular online worldwide intellectual competitions, the Olympics and Universiades  with appropriate awards, grants, etc. REQUIREMENT of  general public, national and international identification, selection and maintaining talented and gifted people must  become a policy and modalities of a civilized society.

In addition to existing courses and requirements to them, should develop creative online externship examination requirements and materials on the fundamental theoretical research areas, and according to the results of research and discoveries, assign the appropriate academic degree without procedures to protect  theses.

FOLLOWING IMPORTANT REQUIREMENT IN WORK WITH gifted and talented children – a compression of timeslot period spending DOMINANT selected subjects , especially in areas where there is a natural process of rejuvenation, ACCELERATION and shorten the duration of development of knowledge and skills ( mathematics, music , ballet, gymnastics, and etc. ). Therefore,  EXTERNSHIP AND DISTANCE LEARNING FROM EXCLUSIVE OR SOCIAL  ADDITIONAL EVENTS  should become accelerates and  MAIN PROGRESSIVE  EDUCATIONAL  PRINCIPLE . The transition from secondary to higher education FOR MOST TALENTED CHILDREN should already be attributed to the age of 12-14, and further  to an earlier age with the development and introduction of new methods of accelerated development of cognition and skills.

Using the historical experience of the ancient priesthood , Pythagoreanism , Platonism , Alexandria Museyon it is important to create a system of lifelong  financial and household support of recognized or bright talented manifesting  themselves . This is the segment of high-performance investment and economic activity of society as a whole. This requirement of a lifelong maintenance and support is also the fundamental basis for social progress. Moreover , given the cumulative nature of knowledge and skills , lifelong continuous process of learning , as well as the necessity and urgency of continuity and development of scientific, educational and cultural schools, traditions and trends , one should add to public support  the requirement of personal mentoring , coaching talented children and youth .

Another segment should be formed for  the so-called «disabled», and rejected by social circumstances and reasons ( disability , lack of material support , etc.) - in such cases , following the humanistic tradition and the fact that employers  solve the use and recognition of skills, it is necessary to establish  a new supplement  forms to standard diplomas and certificates with  indicating only  successful  outcome in the subjects chosen by the student.

One needs  to  open  short courses and online externship  exams in chosen, establishing certificates in one or more subjects, making  real access to education for everyone without any restrictions.

It should also minimize the standard set of requirements on specialties.

On humanitarian areas of education, research and practice it should be entirely guided by continuous self-education throughout life, it is important to welcome and encourage the creation of social scientific, educational and cultural internet networks with free unlimited access for disables and aged.

The true purpose of education, especially of higher education , is not memory training and repetition of knowledge and skills of teachers (to  what involuntarily came down and reduced full-time education ), but  the ability to navigate the ocean of information , to find the necessary information effectively , using all technical and technological arsenal available , and ultimately creative problem-solving , generating new knowledge . Therefore, traditional testing methods established in the form of examinations, tests , essays, limited in time and in access to information sources should be replaced by research work focusing on new results on the new knowledge that creates public preference and a top priority of distance education and organically blurs the boundaries between education and research .

At  focusing on the novelty and the results of individual programs compiled with the participation of each and with the free choice of standardized, well-developed practical modules by students , when the final assessment and recognition of qualifications are resulted  in the market of qualified specialists  a possible misconduct  and untrusted relationship  removed.

Based on the above considerations, the Presidium of the World Intellectual Elite Union puts before Ptolemy World University the aim to develop and introduce a more general and more flexible global form of the diploma (certificate) supplement, which differs from standardization in  European Region (established in Bologna) and other regions by greater sensitivity  for the individuality of composed and selected programs,  by personal preferences and achievements of the student or the applicant.

Briefly let us touch upon the issues of assessing the funding of education and science . Historical progress of civilization has been connected with a splash of interest and financing of science, education and  arts. The most powerful empire in the midst of their prosperity spent a significant portion of its budget (by some estimates this funding sometimes reaches two-thirds of total expenditure, for example, in Ptolemaic Egypt). For comparison, we now admire with 10 billion for basic research and less than a half billion for education in U.S., that only some half a percent of the U.S. budget !  Therefore, the modern era is associated with a return to medieval obscurantism and piggish parasitizing  consumption - in short, this is the era of civilizational regression and decay. Human existence is justified only by a few (but very scarce in relation to financing, especially compared with financing  parasitic military, administrative branches, etc. ) achievements : the construction of the Large Hadron Collider, controlled thermonuclear reactor , deciphering the genome and space research .

Of course , it is necessary to increase tenfold funding international projects determining scientific and technical progress: first, construction of  a new, more powerful collider, a network of thermonuclear reactors , space stations and observatories , biomolecular and genetic engineering laboratories , new robots and  hybrids , new computers and information systems . And to get meaningful results and improve the cost-effectiveness of these projects it is necessary to develop a system  identifying , selecting, and supporting talented people, to extend  externship  online education with reduced training time and to support fundamental theoretical research in mathematics, natural and technical sciences

Recent advances in molecular biolog , computer technology and  information systems are able to make a revolution , significantly speeding up the development and utilization of knowledge , transforming the civilization from the consumer or the military type to  the scientific, cognitive, intellectual one . But for this it is necessary, first of all, to make a revolution in the minds of the leaders  and top managers , to move from a greedy selfishness of consumers and lust for power to an intellectual understanding of the necessity and profitability of the common good. After all, the same ruling elite by the development of science now could get rid largely from disease , old age, cultivating and using replaced organs and even could become first in hybrids , and then to almost eternal androids ...

There is no doubt that the study of the processes of memory, thinking, writing and rewriting information on biomolecular, magneto, photons and neutrinos media allows  to transmit and adjust not only the genetic information, but also the acquired one, that  will create new opportunities to accelerate learning and research processes.

Other conceptual  contents and reference materials presented in the compendium of the World Intellectual Elite Union,  the World Platonist’s  Academy of Arts and Sciences, the World Ptolemy University (see  ”World Ptolemy University” on sites: sites.google.com/site/theworldptolemyuniversity; https://sites.google.com/site/wieucontenantwpu).

 

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