Marino Hernandez

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Marino Hernandez
Posted about 1 year ago
"Why Can't We Solve Big Problems?"
One word: Communication. It's the main driver! I'm surprised the people from your article aren't aware of the innovations transforming the world, from third-world to developed nations. Here is just one: http://www.ted.com/talks/allan_savory_how_to_green_the_world_s_deserts_and_reverse_climate_change.html Skip to 2:15 in the video, then skip again to 14:20. Ideas travel by communication. Whoever said the internet is not a big net plus won't be surprised by "breakthrough" advances in the next five to ten years, they'll be profoundly astonished!: "Where'd all THIS come from?" Marino Hernandez just a founder of Marketply
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Marino Hernandez
Posted about 1 year ago
Creating a simplified (as possible) understanding of the global banking system and the way economics work.
I believe that anything too complicated to (easily) grasp hasn't advanced beyond a socially primitive stage, until it's made intuitive to most people. This is true even of technologically "advanced" systems if they're over-complicated. And it might be especially true of closed systems. The best way to clearly explain the financial system is to transform it to be remarkably elegant. And this will happen with strategies that smartly simplify and open the financial systems. Too few eyes are why it grows complicated. Here's a few analogies, trends, and examples of how and why financial systems will change for the better and their "mysteries" disappear: Better banking: http://odewire.com/60637/banking-on-change.html With enough eyes, all bugs are shallow: http://www.catb.org/~esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/cathedral-bazaar/ar01s05.html Socially-responsible business: http://www.bcorporation.net Transparent businesses: http://theopencompany.net/pages/about-us You can message me if you have any questions about these. ~Marino