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Davos 2017: An Insight, An Idea with Alibaba Founder, Jack Ma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tULsBfcvQuY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsQ7ysVt-0A

 

Andrew Ross Sorkin – Columnist for The New York Times (Interviewer)

Jack Ma – Founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group

 

Interviewer: It is my privilege to be here this evening with Jack Ma, one of the great entrepreneurs of our time, of course, the founder of Alibaba and we have so many things to talk about over the next half an hour. And of course, we also want to try to get to your questions as well. We’re going to talk about Alibaba, of course, but also China, the Trump world that we all live in, globalization trade and so many other issues. But, first of all, thank you for joining us.

Jack Ma: Thank you so much.

Interviewer: Let me start with this, which is to say that you just spent some time inside Trump Tower, and went to go visit with Donald —

Jack Ma: Yeah.

Interviewer: Our President elect in the United States. Tell us about that meeting.

Jack Ma: Well, it’s a very productive meeting, much better than I thought, than I expected.

Interviewer: What did you expect?

Jack Ma: Well, I heard a lot and I watched like everybody, I watched all the news and heard a lot about him. So when I go inside, I saw, um, anything that — but he’s pretty sort of open minded, listened what I talked. So I think I’m very happy about the results, and finally, when he said, he offered, he said, ‘Jack, let me walk you down’. It seemed he’s very happy about the results we had.

Interviewer: Can I ask? How does a meeting like that happen? Do you call him, does he call you? Well, how does this take place?

Jack Ma: Well, that’s the question I’m asking myself, because some day I got some requests from people say, ‘Jack, do you want a meeting with the president-elect?’ I’d say, ‘Is that true enough?’ Because I’m not ready for that, because — I don’t know what to talk about. And then a few days later I got another request, I got several requests and then I saw one e-mail which was from a friend, it’s very sort of specific, I thought about it. I think yes, maybe I should go and I have to talk. And at least, I think president elect on the Trump would be happy to hear what I want to talk about. So I went.

 
Interviewer: And what did you tell him?

Jack Ma: Talk about the small business, talk about agricultural products, talk about the trade between China and the USA. Special focus on telling about how can we bring the small business in America sell them to China, to Asia, through our network, which can create a lot of jobs for them.

Interviewer: And you committed to create, what you say is, one million jobs in the United States over the next five years. Now that’s not a million jobs that Alibaba itself but you’re not hiring a million people.

Jack Ma: No, no, we, all totally Alibaba employee put together is like 45,000 people, we cannot hire 1 million. I cannot imagine I can manage 1 million people.

Interviewer: Explain to us how you think about the US-China relationship, given some of the comments that Donald Trump has made about China being a currency manipulator? Did that come up during your meeting?

Jack Ma: Well, I think, first, in America there is a freedom of speech, right? So he can say whatever he want and I respect and I understand. But, of course, I have my views. We did not debate about the China-US trade or manipulation, we did not debate. We did not talk. Actually we agreed on something: small business, developing the Midwest America, helping the farmers there, small business there to export into China. So we all agreed. But something that we did not discuss about the American job losing to China or Mexico, and this — can I share with you my ideas?

 
Interviewer: Please.

Jack Ma: First, I think 30 years ago, when I just graduated from university, I heard American wonderful strategy. They outsourced the manufacturing job, service jobs. They outsourced the manufacturing to Mexico and China, outsourced the service jobs to India. There’s a book called The World Is Flat.

Interviewer: Tom Friedman, at the New York Times.

Jack Ma: And I think it’s a perfect strategy. You know that the American said, ‘We just want to control the IP, we just want the technology, we just want the brand and leave the lower end jobs for the world. Great strategy. And the second is that the American international companies made millions and millions of dollars from globalization, the top 10 — top 100 companies in America; amazing. I remember when I graduate from university, I tried to buy a beeper, the Motorola beeper cost me $250. My pay at that time was $10 a month as a teacher. And the cost of making that beeper is only $8 for a chip.

So the past 30 years, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, they made a tons of them and the money, the profit they made are much more than the four largest banks in China put together — China Mobile, China Unicom and whatever you name it, put together, still these multinational companies made more money. So their market cap grew more than 100 times in the past 30 years. But where did the money go? This is what I’m curious, because, as a business people I always care about the balance sheet: where is the money coming, where does the money go?

Past 30 years, America had 13 wars, spending $14.2 trillion, the money going there. What if they spent a part of their money on building of the infrastructure, helping the white collars and blue collars? No matter how strategy good it is, you’re supposed to spend money on your own people, right? Not everybody can pass Harvard — like me, not good at education, right? We should spend money on those people who are not good at schooling.

 

And the other money which I am curious about is that when I was young, I heard America is about Ford, Boeing, those big manufacturing companies. The last 10, 20 years what I heard about is Silicon Valley and Wall Street. The money go to the Wall Street. And what happened year 2008? The financial crisis wiped out $19.2 trillion USA alone. They wiped out all of the white collars and destroyed 34 million jobs globally. So what if the money — it’s not on Wall Street. What if the money spent on the middle east, mid-west of the United States? Developing the industry there, that could be changed a lot. So it’s not the other countries steal jobs from you guys. It is your strategy.

Interviewer: OK, but —

Jack Ma: But you do not distribute the money and things in a proper way.

Interviewer: This is what I — and now we are having a backlash. And that backlash is a rebuke of globalization in so much of the conversation frankly that we have here. And that backlash is happening in the United States but I will say President Xi was here yesterday, you had lunch with him. And he was quoting Abraham Lincoln. What did you make of that?

Jack Ma: Well, I would say that the globalization is a great stuff. It’s the USA, it’s developed countries that teach us how to do globalization. I remember 2002 when China joined the WTO, everybody in China was so worried. Me? I was worried because what if all the international products come to China, destroy our industry and we lose our job. So convinced China, after 20 years, then you guys are telling, say, this is a terrible thing. I believe globalization is good but globalization need to be improved. This is Donald Trump, president elect want to solve the problems, that globalization I think should be inclusive globalization.

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The Universe in a Nutshell

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My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist.
 

Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better internet reception with physics?”  And the answer is yes.  You see, physics is at the very foundation of matter and energy.  We physicists invented the laser beam, we invented the transistor.  We helped to create the first computer.  We helped to construct the internet.  We wrote the World Wide Web.  In addition, we also helped to invent television, radio, radar, microwaves, not to mention MRI scans, PET scans, x-rays.  In other words, almost everything you see in your living room, almost everything you see in a modern hospital, at some point or other, can be traced to a physicist.

Now, I got interested in physics when I was a child.  When I was a child of eight, something happened to me that changed my life and I wanted to be part of this grand search for a theory of everything.  When I was eight, a great scientist had just died.  I still remember my elementary school teacher coming into the room and announcing that the greatest scientist of our era has just passed away.  And that day, every newspaper published a picture of his desk.  The desk of Albert Einstein.  And the caption said, I’ll never forget, “The unfinished manuscript of the greatest work of the greatest scientist of our time.”  And I said to myself, “Why couldn’t he finish it?  I mean, what’s so hard?  It’s a homework problem, right?  Why didn’t he ask his mother?  Why can’t he finish this problem?”  So as a child of eight, I decided to find out what was this problem.

Years later, I began to realize that it was the theory of everything, the Unified Field Theory.
 
Unified Field Theory: A Theory of Everything
 
An equation one inch long that would summarize all the physical forces in the universe.  An equation like E=mc².  That equation is half an inch long and that equation unlocks the secret of the stars.  Why do the stars shine?  Why does the galaxy light up?  Why do we have energy on the earth?  All of it tied to an equation half an inch long.

But then there was another thing that happened to me when I was around eight years old.  I got hooked on the Saturday morning TV shows.  In particular, Flash Gordon.  And I was hooked.  I mean, every Saturday morning watching programs about alien from outer space, star ships, ray guns, invisibility shields, cities in the sky, that was for me.  But after a few years, I began to notice something.  First of all, I began to notice that well, I didn’t have blond hair and blue eyes, I didn’t have muscles like Flash Gordon, but it was a scientist who made the series work.  In particular, a physicist.  He was the one who discovered the ray gun, the star ships.  He was the one who created the city in the sky.  He was the one who created the invisibility shield.  And then I realized something else.  If you want to understand the future, you have to understand physics.  Physics is at the foundation of all the gadgetry, the wizardry, all the marvels of the technological age, all of it can be traced to the work of a physicist.  Including computers, also biotechnology.  All of that can eventually traced down to physics.
 
Physics and the Impossible

Most of science fiction is in fact well within the laws of physics, but possible within maybe 100 years.  And then we have type two impossibilities, impossibilities that may take 1,000 years or more.  That includes time travel, warp drive, higher dimensions, portals through space and time, star gates, worm holes.  That’s type two.  And then we have type three, and those are things which simply violate all the known laws of physics, and they’re very few of them.

So in my life I’ve had two great passions.  First is to help complete Einstein’s dream of a theory of everything.  An equation one inch long that would allow us to, “Read the mind of God.”  

But the second passion of my life is to see the future.

You know, if you were to meet your grandparents at the year 1900, they were dirt farmers back then.  They didn’t live much beyond the age of 40, on average.  Long distance communication in the year 1900 was yelling at your neighbor.  And yet, if they could see you now, with iPads and iPods and satellites and GPS and laser beams, how would they view you?  They would view you as a wizard or sorcerer.

However, if we can now meet our grandkids of the year 2100, how would we view them?  We would view them as gods, like in Greek mythology.  Zeus could control objects around him by pure thought.  Materialize objects just by thinking.  And there’re perks to being a Greek god, Venus had a perfect body, a timeless body.  And we are beginning now to unravel the genetics at the molecular level, of the aging process.  And then Apollo, he had a chariot that he could ride across the heavens.  We will finally have that flying horse, I mean, that, we will have that flying car that we’ve always wanted to have in our garage.  We will be able to create life forms that don’t exist today.

And so in other words, if you want to see the future, you have to understand physics, and you have to realize that by the year 2100, we will have the power of the gods.  

To paraphrase Arthur C. Clark, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from divinity.”

So let’s now begin our story.  
 
The History of Physics

The history of physics is the history of modern civilization.  Before Isaac Newton, before Galileo, we were shrouded with the mysteries of superstition.  People believed in all sorts of different kinds of spirits and demons.  What made the planets move?  Why do things interact with other things?  It was a mystery.

So, back in the Middle Ages, for example, people read the works of Aristotle.  And Aristotle asked the question, “Why do objects move toward the earth?  And that’s because,” he said, “objects yearn, yearn to be united with the earth.   And why do objects slow down when you put them in motion?  Objects in motion slow down because they get tired.”  These are the works of Aristotle, which held sway for almost 2,000 years until the beginning of modern physics with Galileo and Isaac Newton.

So, when the ancients looked at the sky, the sky was full of mystery and wonder, and in the year 1066, the most important date on the British calendar, there was a comet, a comet which sailed over the battlefield of Hastings.  It frightened the troops of King Harold, and a young man from Normandy, swept into England and defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, creating the modern British monarchy.  In fact, British history dates to 1066 with William the Conqueror.

But the question is, where did the comet come from?  What was this comet that mysteriously paved the way for the coming of the British monarchy?

Well, believe it or not, that same comet, the very same comet that initiated the British monarchy, sailed over London once again in 1682.  This time, everyone was asking the question, “Where do comets come from?  Do they signal the death of the king?  Why do we have messengers from heavens in the sky?”  Well, one man dared to penetrate the secrets of comets, and that was Isaac Newton.  In fact, when Isaac Newton was only 23 years old, he stumbled upon the universal force of gravitation.

According to one story, he was walking on his estate in Woolsthorpe, and he saw an apple fall.  And then Isaac Newton saw the moon, and then he asked the key question which helped to unlock the heavens.  If apples falls, does the moon also fall?  And the answer was, “Yes.”  And answer overturned thousands of years of mystery and speculation about the motions of the heavens.  The moon is in freefall, just like an apple.  The moon is constantly falling toward the earth.  It doesn’t hit the earth, because it spins around the earth, and the earth is round, but it’s acting under a force, a force of gravity.

So Newton immediately tried to work out the mathematics and he realized that the mathematics of the 1600’s was not sufficient to work out the motion of a falling moon.  So what did Isaac Newton do?  When he was 23 years old, not only did he stumble upon the force of gravity, but he also created calculus.  In fact, he created at the rate at which you learn it, when you are a freshman in college.  And why did he create calculus?  To calculate the motion of a falling moon.  The mathematics of his age was incapable of calculating the trajectories of objects moving under an inverse square force field, and that’s what Isaac Newton did.  He worked out the motion of the moon.  And then he realized that if he understands the moon, he also understands the motion of the planets in the solar system.  And Isaac Newton invented a new telescope.  It was the reflecting telescope and he was tracking the motion of this comet.

Well, it turns out that everyone was talking about the comet, including a rather wealthy Englishman by the name of Edmund Haley.  Everyone was talking about the comet, so Edmund Haley, being a wealthy merchant, decided to make a trip to Cambridge to talk to England’s illustrious scientist, Sir Isaac Newton.  Well, Edmund Haley asked Newton, “What do you make of this comet?  No one understands comets, they’re a mystery.  They’ve been fascinating people for centuries, for millennia, what are your thoughts?”  And then, I paraphrase, but Isaac Newton said something like this, he said, “Oh, that’s easy.  That comet is moving at a perfect ellipse.  It’s moving in an inverse square force field.  I’ve been tracking it every day with my reflecting telescope and the path of that comet conforms to my mathematics exactly.”  And of course, we don’t know what Edmund Haley’s reaction was, but I paraphrase, he must have said something like this, he said, “For God’s sake, man, why don’t you publish the greatest work in all of scientific history?  If correct, you have decoded the secret of the stars, the secret of the heavens.  Nobody understands where comets come from.”  And then Newton responded and said, “Oh, well, it costs too much.  I mean, I’m not a wealthy man, it would cost too much to summarize this calculus that I’ve invented and to work out all the motion of the stars.”  And then Haley must have said this, he must have said, “Mr. Newton, I am a wealthy man.  I have made my fortune in commerce.  I will pay for the publication of the greatest scientific work in any language.”  And it was Principia.  The principals, the mathematical principals that guide the heavens.  

Believe it or not, this is perhaps one of the most important works ever written by a human being in the 100,000 years since we evolved from Africa.  Realize that this book sets into motion a physics of the universe.  Forces that control the motion of the planets, forces which can be calculated, forces which govern the motion of cannonballs, rockets, pebbles, everything that moves, moves according to the laws of motion and the calculus of Sir Isaac Newton.

In fact, even today, when we launch our space probes, we don’t use Einstein’s equations, they only apply when you get near the speed of light or near a black hole.  We use Newton’s laws of gravity.  They are so precise that when we shoot a space probe right past the rings of Saturn, we use exactly the same equations that Isaac Newton unraveled in the 1600’s.  That’s why we have glorious photographs of the rings of Saturn.  That’s why we have fly-by’s right past Neptune.  That’s why we’ve been able to unravel the secrets of the solar system, compliments of the laws of motion of Isaac Newton.

So what Newton did was not only did he set into motion the ability to calculate planets, he also set into motion a mechanics.  Machines now operated upon well-defined laws.  Newton’s three laws of motion.  The first law of motion says that objects in motion stay in motion forever, unless acted on by an outside force.  You see that in an ice skating rink.  You should a puck and it goes all the way down forever, unless acted upon by an outside force.  That’s different from Aristotle’s law of motion.  Aristotle said, “Objects in motion eventually stop, because they get tired.”  Newton says, “Objects in motion stay in motion forever.”  Sailing past Pluto, unless acted on by an outside force.

The second law of motion says, force is mass times acceleration.  And that equation made possible the Industrial Revolution.  Steam engines, locomotives, factories, machines, all of it due to the mechanics set into motion by Isaac Newton’s second law of motion, force is equal to mass times acceleration.

And then Newton had a third law of motion.  For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction, that’s the law of rockets.  That’s why we have rockets that can sail into outer space.  In fact, Newton was the first human who could actually calculate how fast you have to run to jump to the moon.  That was a number that mystified ancients.  How do you get to the moon?  Can you jump to the moon?  Well, Newton could have calculated that number, 25,000 miles per hour, that’s the escape velocity of the earth, a number which could have been calculated by Isaac Newton himself.

So the lesson here is, when scientists unravel the first force of the universe, gravity, that set into motion the Industrial Revolution.  A revolution which toppled the kings and queens of Europe, which displaced feudalism, ushering in the modern age.  All because a 23-year-old gentleman looked up and asked the question, “Does the moon also fall?”

So, rockets, the motion of planets, and even buildings in Manhattan, all of them owe their existence to Newton’s laws of motion.

You know, when I was a kid growing up in California, I would see pictures of the Empire State Building.  And I said to myself, “How could that possibly build such a big building and not know that it’s going to fall?  I mean, why doesn’t it fall?  They didn’t build scale models of the thing, you couldn’t have an Empire State Building that big to test whether it’s going to fall or not.  How did they know ahead of time that that building wouldn’t fall?  And the answer is:  Newton’s laws of motion.

In fact, today, I teach Newton’s laws of motion, and you can actually calculate the forces on every single brick of the empire state building.  Every screw, every bolt, you can calculate precisely the tension on every single fragment of the Empire State Building, using Newton’s second law of motion, force is mass times acceleration.

That was the first force, when Newton unraveled the force of gravity, it ushered in the Industrial Revolution.  Now, let’s take a look at the second force, an even greater force which has touched all of our lives, and that is the electromagnetic force.  

Ever since humans saw lightening bolts light up the sky, ever since they were terrified by the sound of thunder, they’ve been asking, “Do the gods propel lightening bolts and create thunder?  Are they angry at us?”

Well, as time went by, scientists began to realize that the lightening bolts and the thunder can be duplicated on the earth.  That we can actually create many lightening bolts using electricity.  And with magnets, we can also unleash a new kind of force, the force of electricity and magnetism.

But it wasn’t until the 1800’s that finally we begin to unlock the second great force which rules the universe, the electromagnetic force.
So this helped to usher in the age of discovery.  Realize that before the compass, if you sailed the ocean blue, you would get lost.  With the compass knowing the position of the stars, you can then begin to navigate over hundreds, thousands of miles in the ocean.  So the discovery of compasses by the Chinese helped to usher in the Age of Discovery.

And when people like Michael Faraday, who did this, Michael Faraday would give Christmas lectures in London, fascinating everyone from adults to children.  And he would demonstrate the incredible properties of electricity.

Some people, for example, ask a simple question.  If you’re in a car or an airplane, you get hit by a lightening bolt, why don’t you all get electrocuted?  Why don’t you all die?

Well, Faraday answered the question.  He would create a cage for children.  He would walk into this steel cage, electrify it, and he wouldn’t get electrocuted at all.  That’s called a Faraday cage and every time you walk into  metal structure, you get shielded by this metal object and that’s called a Faraday cage.  Well, what Michael Faraday did was, he helped to unleash the second great revolution with something calls Faraday’s Law.  If I take a wire and I move a wire in a magnetic field, the magnetic field pushes the electrons in the magnet, creating an electrical current.  That simple idea unleashed the electric revolution.  A moving wire in a magnetic field, has this electrons pushed, creating a current, and that’s why we have hydro-electric generators.  That’s why we have dams that can produce enormous amounts of power.  That’s why people build nuclear power plants.  That’s why we have room(?) right now.  All of it due to the simple observation that a wire moving at a magnetic field, has its electrons pushed, creating an electric current.

On a very small scale, you use that in your bicycle.  When you put a bicycle lamp on your bicycle, the turning of the wheel spins a magnet.  The magnet then pushes electrons in a wire and that’s why electricity lights up in your bicycle lamp.  That’s exactly the same principal that lights up your house via a hydroelectric dam.  So in other words, electricity and magnetism were unified into a single force.  We once thought that electricity and magnetism were separate.  Now we know they are in fact the same force.

So if a moving magnet can create an electric field, this means that a moving electric field can create a magnetic field.  But if they can create each other, why can’t they oscillate and create a wave?  So that moving electric fields create magnetic fields, create electric fields, create magnetic fields, infinitum to create a wave?  

Well, around the time of the American Civil War, a mathematical physicist, James Clerk Maxwell, calculated, using the work of Faraday, the velocity of this wave, that electricity turns to magnetism, turns to electricity, turns to magnetism, creating a wave, and he calculated the velocity of the wave.  And in one of the greatest works in the history of humanity, in one of the greatest breakthroughs of all time, James Clerk Maxwell calculated the velocity of this wave and found out it was the velocity of light.  And then he made this incredible discovery, this is light.  That’s what light is.  It doesn’t by accident travel at the speed of electricity, it is light itself.

If I have a light beam right here and I could look at it with a super-microscope, I would see oscillating electric fields, magnetic fields, turning into each other creating a wave, and that wave is called light.

And the equations were written down by James Clerk Maxwell.  Unfortunately, Michael Faraday himself did not have a formal education.  He could not put into mathematical form his own work.  James Clerk Maxwell was a theoretical physicist, just like myself.  He wrote down the mathematical physics of oscillating electric fields and magnetic fields and they are called Maxwell’s equations.  These equations have to be memorized by every physicist in grad school.  You cannot get your PhD without memorizing these equations.  Every engineer who designs radio, radar, every engineer who deals with radar and radio has to memorize these equations.  And so, if you go to Berkley, where I got my PhD, you can buy a t-shirt which says, “In the beginning God said, the four-dimensional divergence of an antisymmetric, second rank tensor equals zero, and there was light, and it was good.  And on the seventh day he rested.”  Ladies and gentlemen, this is the equation for light.

In the same way that Newton found a one inch equation that governed the motion of the planets, in the same way that Maxwell discovered a one inch equation that unlocked the secret of light, we physicists today want to have a one inch equation that summarize all physical reality.

Well, Michael Faraday in his own lifetime was heralded as a great scientist, and how many scientists do you know appear on money?  Well, there he is, on the British 20-pound note.  So it’s very rare that a scientist appears on a nation’s currency, but so great was a contribution of Michael Faraday that there he is on the 20-pound note.
  
The Electromagnetic Revolution and The Nuclear Age

The consequences of the electromagnetic revolution touch all of us.  This is a picture of the earth from outer space.  Look at this picture.  Europe electrified, you can actually see the fruits of all of our efforts to create electricity, to energize our lives, in one picture, seeing the earth from outer space.  So let’s now talk about how Faraday and Maxwell’s work touches your life as well.

This is the internet.  The internet is a simple byproduct of the electromagnetic force.  It’s a solution of Maxwell’s equations and you can see that where there is the internet, there is prosperity.  There is science, there’s entertainment, there’s economic activity.  Where there’s no internet, there’s poverty.  And in the future, the internet will be miniaturized and it will be placed in your glasses.  Your glasses will recognize people’s faces and display their biography next to the image as you talk to them, and then when they speak Chinese to you, your glasses will translate Chinese into English and print out subtitles right beneath their image.  So in the future, you will know exactly who you are talking to without even talking to them, and this means that at a cocktail party, if you’re looking for a job, but you don’t know who the heavy hitters are, in the future you will know exactly who to suck up to.

Well, maybe you don’t want to look like a refugee from Star Trek, kids of course love the electromagnetic force, they want to make it fashionable.  Fashion models will adopt the technology, kids will say, “What?  You’re not wired up?  You can’t download videos and websites on your glasses?  What’s wrong with you?”

So, the electromagnetic force can be beamed right into your eyes via laser beams, or through an eyepiece, or by using the glasses as a screen.  These are internet glasses, this is the future of your home office, the future of your home entertainment center.

But let’s say you don’t like glasses.  Let’s say you don’t wear glasses.  Then how will you access the internet, the electromagnetic force of the future?  You will do it in your contact lens.  You will blink and you will go online.  And who will guy these internet contact lenses?  College students studying for final examinations.  They will blink and they will see all the answers appear in their contact lens.

Who else will buy these internet contact lenses?  Artists will buy them.  Because by moving their hands, they will make the electromagnetic force turn into all the different kinds of artistic endeavors they engage in.  Paintings, drawings, sculptures, all done by waving their hands.

Not to mention that architects will line up to get these things.  Instead of having to redesign a model every time they move something, they’ll simply wave their hands and their buildings, their skyscrapers, will simply rearrange themselves.

Tourists will line up for these glasses because via the electromagnetic force, you will see the Roman Empire resurrected as you walk through the streets of Rome looking at the ruins.  So tourists will be able to resurrect all the wonders of the past.

And the military, hey, let’s be blunt about this.  The military sees the importance of this, the military is also perfecting their version of this, and I had a chance to take a film crew from the Science Channel, fly down to Fort Benning, Georgia, and have a demonstration of the military’s version.  You put on a helmet, there’s an eyepiece on the helmet, you flick the eyepiece down and in a half a second, you see now the entire battlefield on the internet right inside your eyepiece.  Friendly forces, enemy forces, airplanes, artillery, all of it, the battlefield laid out for you right inside your lens.  All of it, compliments of Faraday’s electromagnetic force.

And of course, you’ve seen this before, where have you seen this before?  This is the governor of California in a very bad mood.  This is the Terminator robot.  And how did the Terminator robot view you?  When the Terminator robot looked at you, there were subtitles giving you the name of the person you were looking at.  Here is John Connor located by internet contact lenses inside a robot.  So you’ve seen this before.  This is called augmented reality and in the future, that’s where we will spend most of our life.  We will spend most of our life in augmented reality.  When we blink, we can download any movie, any website, any piece of information.  We blink, we can recognize any object, recognize any person, translate any language, this is the future, compliments of Faraday’s electromagnetic force.

This is your living room, by the way, of the future.  You’re going to be surrounded by the electromagnetic force, 360 degrees surrounded by wall screens and how will you decorate your room?  Well, you’ll decorate your room with images, cell phone screens, this is a typical cell phone of the future, and wallpaper of the future will be flexible.  It turns out that transistors can be made out of plastic.  And with plastic transistors come e-paper, electronic paper.  Paper that you can scroll right out of your cell phone, or for that matter, decorate your home.  This is the future of wallpaper.  In the future, chips will only cost a penny, because we can manufacturer tinier and tinier transistors, and use Faraday’s electromagnetic force in plastic to create flexible paper.  So in the future, you will go to the wall and say, “Change color.  I don’t like this color, I don’t like this design,” so redecorating your house has never been so simple.

This will also affect your love life.  On Friday night, we all know what college students when there’s no date, they get stone drunk.  In the future, they’ll go to the wall, conjure up a wall screen, and say, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s available tonight?”  The wall screen will then contact all the other wall screens of everyone else who’s lonely that night, the wall screen knows the desires that you want, the kind of person you like to go out with, and bingo!  You have a date.  So in the future, this will also change your love life.

And it’ll also affect medicine.  You will have Faraday’s electromagnetic force inside your body.  This is a pill.  It has a chip in it, the chip is smaller than an aspirin pill, it also has a TV camera, and a magnet.  When you swallow it, the magnet guides the camera, taking pictures of your stomach, your intestines, because we all know what middle aged men fear the most, colonoscopies.  And this gives new meaning for the expression, Intel Inside.

Now, let’s talk about the next great forces which rule the universe.  We talked about gravity, which allows us to calculate the motion of the planets.  The mechanics created by Newton helped to unleash the Industrial Revolution.  Michael Faraday worked out the electromagnetic force, which gave us the wonders of the electric age.  And now, let’s talk about the nuclear age, the stars and the sun.  People have been fascinated by the sun, Apollo was the god that strode across the heavens in his fiery chariot.  But hey, when you calculate how long coal or oil will burn like the sun, you realize that in just a few hundred years, the sun would burn to a crisp.  So what could possibly last for billions of years?  There must be a new force, a nuclear force.

Einstein and others helped to unravel the secret of the stars.  The nuclear force comes in two types, weak and strong.  Both of them are involved in the creation of the sun.  The equation which allows for the liberation of energy is Einstein’s famous equation, E=mc².

What Einstein showed was that the faster you move, the heavier you get.  So your weight is not a constant.  When you move very rapidly, you get heavier, something which we measure every day in the laboratory.  Now, this means that the energy of motion transformed into mass, because you get heavier.  Now, listen carefully.  The faster you move, the heavier you get.  Which means that the energy of motion, “E” turns into “m”, your mass.  And the relationship between E and m is very simple, it takes one second to write it down on a sheet of paper, it is exactly E=mc².

So the derivation of one of the greatest equations of all time takes less than a page.  Once you understand the basic principal behind relativity, bingo!  The equation just falls right out.

So the nuclear force helped to explain the secret of the sun.  But it also created a Pandora’s box, because inside the nucleus of the atom, are particles.  And when you smash these particles, what do you get?  More particles.  And when you smash them, what do you get?  More particles.  In fact, we are drowning in subatomic particles, hundreds, thousands of subatomic particles every time we smash atoms.

Now, we smash atoms using something called atom smashers, or particle accelerators.  I built my own particle accelerator when I was in high school.  When I was in high school, I went to my mom one day and I said, “Can I have permission to build a 2.3 million electron volt betatron particle accelerator in the garage?”  And my mom said, “Sure, why not?  And don’t forget to take out the garbage.”

So I went to Westinghouse, and as a high school kid, I asked for 400 pounds of transformer steel.  I asked for 22 miles of copper wire, because I wanted to create a 6 kilowatt, 10,000 GOz magnetic field to energize my atom smasher.  With 22 miles of copper wire, how could you wind it?  We did it on the high school football field.  I put 22 miles of copper wire on the goal post, gave it to my mother, she ran to the 50-yard line, unraveling the spool of wire, she gave it to my father, who then ran to the goal post, and we wound 22 miles of copper wire on the high school football field.

Well, finally my atom smasher was ready.  It consumed 6 kilowatts of power, that’s every single ounce of power that my house could deliver.  I plugged my ears, I closed my eyes, I turned on the power, and I heard this huge crackling sound as 6 kilowatts of power surged through my capacity bang.  And then I heard a pop, pop, pop sound as I blew out every single circuit breaker in the house.  The whole house was plunged in darkness.  My poor mom, every time she’d come home, she would see the lights flicker and die.  And she must have wondered, “Why couldn’t I have a son who plays baseball?  Why can’t he learn basketball?  And for God’s sake, why can’t he find a nice Japanese girl?  I mean, why does he have to build these machines in the garage?”

Well, these machines that I built in my garage earned the attention of a physicist.  And my career got a head start.  This physicist helped to build the atomic bomb, and he arranged for me to get a scholarship to Harvard.  He knew exactly what I was doing.  I didn’t have to explain to him that I was experimenting with anti-matter.  I was creating anti-electrons in my mom’s garage and using atom smashers to eventually create beams of anti-matter, he knew exactly what I was doing.  

Well, his name was Edward Teller, father of the hydrogen bomb.  But, hey, that’s another story.

Antimatter is the opposite of matter, it has the opposite charge.  So an electron has negative charge, the positron, or anti-electron, has positive charge.  This means that you can now create anti-molecules and anti-atoms.  Anti-hydrogen was made at CERN outside Geneva, Switzerland, and also at Fermi Lab outside Chicago, where they have anti-electrons circulating around anti-protons.

And in Brookhaven National Laboratory in Long Island just recently, they detected anti-helium.  We have two anti-protons with two anti-neutrons to create anti-helium.  So in principal, you can create anti-people, anti-universes, anti-everything.  For every piece of matter, there’s a counterpart which is made out of antimatter.  And when the two collide, by the way, it releases the greatest energy source in the universe.
So the collision of matter and antimatter releases energy, which may one day take us to the stars.  It is 100% conversion of matter to energy by Einstein’s equations, E=mc².

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2月15日
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRdHbHdC4tQ
門川大作京都市長がTEDx Kyotoで話されました

 

2月22日
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBc7ht7ERUU
竹中平蔵氏「世界を舞台に活躍する君たちへ」

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_BFAC6i4n0

ダボスでのアリババ&IOCバッハ会長の記者

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mAPA3YKC_A
京都の禅寺、妙心寺退蔵院の副住職、松山大耕師のお話です。


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPnLUWjX-GE 
岸田文雄・外務大臣~世界で日本が存在感を上げるために必要なこと

 

 

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都政広報番組 東京クラッソ!NEO『小池知事が語る!TOKYOライフ・ワーク・バランス』

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NniLPAHsf80

 

<時事放談>小池百合子+野田聖子「トランプ・小池新党・女性総理」  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EOfb1L-Pik

 

第1回「ICT先進都市・東京のあり方懇談会」  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_oE8Dy5idY

 

第1回 東京未来ビジョン懇談会  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv5N16dsptA

 

【平成29年1月27日】小池都知事 定例記者会見  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6z0_0FApGcI

 

小池百合子都知事が定例会見 豊洲移転や住民訴訟対応について(2017年1月20日)  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gsa1jddJJto

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Trump Press Conference with British PM Theresa May (Full Presser) | ABC News

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb-pUW7R5XQ

 

President Donald J. Trump: “Thank you very much.  I am honored to have Prime Minister Theresa May here for our first official visit from a foreign leader.  This is our first visit, so -- great honor. 

The special relationship between our two countries has been one of the great forces in history for justice and for peace.  And, by the way, my mother was born in Scotland -- Stornoway -- which is serious Scotland. 

Today, the United States renews our deep bond with Britain -- military, financial, cultural, and political.  We have one of the great bonds.  We pledge our lasting support to this most special relationship.  Together, America and the United Kingdom are a beacon for prosperity and the rule of law.  That is why the United States respects the sovereignty of the British people and their right of self-determination.  A free and independent Britain is a blessing to the world, and our relationship has never been stronger.

Both America and Britain understand that governments must be responsive to everyday working people, that governments must represent their own citizens. 

Madam Prime Minister, we look forward to working closely with you as we strengthen our mutual ties in commerce, business and foreign affairs.  Great days lie ahead for our two peoples and our two countries.

On behalf of our nation, I thank you for joining us here today.  It’s a really great honor.  Thank you very much.”

Prime Minister Theresa May: “Well, thank you very much, Mr. President.  And can I start by saying that I’m so pleased that I’ve been able to be here today.  And thank you for inviting me so soon after your inauguration.  And I’m delighted to be able to congratulate you on what was a stunning election victory. 

And, as you say, the invitation is an indication of the strength and importance of the special relationship that exists between our two countries -- a relationship based on the bonds of history, of family, kinship and common interest.  And in a further sign of the importance of that relationship, I have today been able to convey Her Majesty The Queen’s hope that President Trump and the First Lady would pay a state visit to the United Kingdom later this year.  And I’m delighted that the President has accepted that invitation.

Now, today, we're discussing a number of topics, and there’s much on which we agree.  The President has mentioned foreign policy.  We're discussing how we can work even more closely together in order to take on and defeat Daesh and the ideology of Islamist extremism wherever it’s found.

Our two nations are already leading efforts to face up to this challenge, and we’re making progress with Daesh losing territory and fighters, but we need to redouble our efforts.  And today, we are discussing how we can do this by deepening intelligence and security cooperation and, critically, by stepping up our efforts to counter Daesh in cyberspace.  Because we know we will not eradicate this threat until we defeat the idea -- the ideology that lies behind it.

Our talks will be continuing later.  I’m sure we’ll discuss other topics -- Syria and Russia.

On defense and security cooperation, we are united in our recognition of NATO as the bulwark of our collective defense.  And today, we’ve reaffirmed our unshakeable commitment to this alliance.  Mr. President, I think you said -- you confirmed that you’re 100 percent behind NATO.  But we’re also discussing the importance of NATO continuing to ensure it is as equipped to fight terrorism and cyber warfare as it is to fight more conventional forms of war.

And I’ve agreed to continue my efforts to encourage my fellow European leaders to deliver on their commitments to spend 2 percent of their GDP on defense so that the burden is more fairly shared.  It’s only by investing properly in our defense that we can ensure we’re properly equipped to face our shared challenges together.

And finally, the President and I have mentioned future economic cooperation and trade.  Trade between our two countries is already worth over $150 billion pounds a year.  The U.S. is the single-biggest source of inward investment to the UK, and together we’ve around $1 trillion invested in each other’s economies.  And the UK-U.S. defense relationship is the broadest, deepest, and most advanced of any two countries sharing military hardware and expertise.  And I think the President and I are ambitious to build on this relationship in order to grow our respective economies, provide the high-skilled, high-paid jobs of the future for working people across America and across the UK.

And so we are discussing how we can establish a trade negotiation agreement, take forward immediate, high-level talks, lay the groundwork for a UK-U.S. trade agreement, and identify the practical steps we can take now in order to enable companies in both countries to trade and do business with one another more easily. 

And I’m convinced that a trade deal between the U.S. and the UK is in the national interest of both countries and will cement the crucial relationship that exists between us, particularly as the UK leaves the European Union and reaches out to the world.

Today’s talks I think are a significant moment for President Trump and I to build our relationship.  And I look forward to continuing to work with you as we deliver on the promises of freedom and prosperity for all the people of our respective countries.”

 

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/01/27/president-trump-and-prime-minister-mays-opening-remarks

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FULL EVENT: President Donald J. Trump & VP Mike Pence Deliver Remarks At CIA Headquarters 1/21/17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xagAlOXT9Wk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsbO5NCJvIw

 

VICE PRESIDENT PENCE:  Thank you to the Acting Director Meroe Park.  Thank you for 27 years serving the United States of America here at CIA.  (Applause.) 

It's a great privilege for me to be with you today and to have the opportunity to introduce at his first event, on his first full day, the new President of the United States, Donald Trump.  (Applause.) 

As you can imagine, it's deeply humbling for my family and I to find ourselves in this role.  I'm grateful to our new President for the opportunity he's given me and the opportunity the American people have given us to serve.  But it's especially humbling for me to be before all of you today -- men and women of character, who have sacrificed greatly -- and to stand before this hallowed wall, this memorial wall, where we remember 117 who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

I can assure you this new President and our entire team recognizes and appreciates the sacrifices of all of the men and women of the intelligence community of the United States of America.  (Applause.) 

I've gotten to know our new President.  We traveled a lot together.  When the cameras are off and the -- lights are off, I'll tell you two things I know for sure.  Number one, I've never met anyone more dedicated to the safety and security of the people of the United States of America, or anyone who is a greater strategic thinker about how we accomplish that for this nation.  In fact, to understand the life of our new President is -- his whole life was strategy.  He built an extraordinary success in the private sector, and I know he's going to make America safe again.  (Applause.) 

And lastly, I can honestly tell you, for all my years serving in the Congress, serving as governor of my home state, traveling cross-country and seeing the connection that he's made to men and women who serve and protect in every capacity in this country, I've never met anyone with a greater heart for those who every day, in diverse ways, protect the people of this nation through their character and their service and their sacrifice. 

And so let me say, it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce all of you the President of the United States.  (Applause.) 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, I want to thank everybody.  Very, very special people.  And it is true, this is my first stop, officially.  We're not talking about the balls, or we're not talking about even the speeches -- although they did treat me nicely on that speech yesterday.  (Laughter.)  I always call them the dishonest media, but they treated me nicely.  (Laughter.) 

But I want to say that there is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the CIA than Donald Trump.  There's nobody.  (Applause.) 

The wall behind me is very, very special.  We've been touring for quite a while, and I'll tell you what -- 29?  I can't believe it.

AUDIENCE MEMBER:  Twenty-eight.

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Oh, 28.  We got to reduce it.  That's amazing.  And we really appreciate what you've done in terms of showing us something very special.  And your whole group, these are really special, amazing people.  Very, very few people could do the job you people do.  And I want to just let you know, I am so behind you.  And I know maybe sometimes you haven’t gotten the backing that you've wanted, and you're going to get so much backing.  Maybe you're going to say, please don’t give us so much backing.  (Laughter.)  Mr. President, please, we don’t need that much backing.  (Laughter.)  But you're going to have that.  And I think everybody in this room knows it.

You know, the military and the law enforcement, generally speaking, but all of it -- but the military gave us tremendous percentages of votes.  We were unbelievably successful in the election with getting the vote of the military.  And probably almost everybody in this room voted for me, but I will not ask you to raise your hands if you did.  (Laughter.)  But I would guarantee a big portion, because we're all on the same wavelength, folks.  (Applause.)  We're all on the same wavelength, right?  He knows.  It took Brian about 30 seconds to figure that one out, right, because we know we're on the same wavelength.

But we're going to do great things.  We're going to do great things.  We've been fighting these wars for longer than any wars we've ever fought.  We have not used the real abilities that we have.  We've been restrained.  We have to get rid of ISIS.  Have to get rid of ISIS.  We have no choice.  (Applause.)  Radical Islamic terrorism.  And I said it yesterday -- it has to be eradicated just off the face of the Earth.  This is evil.  This is evil.  And you know, I can understand the other side.  We can all understand the other side.  There can be wars between countries, there can be wars.  You can understand what happened.  This is something nobody can even understand.  This is a level of evil that we haven’t seen.  And you're going to go to it, and you're going to do a phenomenal job.  But we're going to end it.  It's time.  It's time right now to end it.

You have somebody coming on who is extraordinary.  For the different positions of "Secretary of This" and "Secretary of That" and all of these great positions, I'd see five, six, seven, eight people.  And we had a great transition.  We had an amazing team of talent.  And, by the way, General Flynn is right over here.  Put up your hand.  What a good guy.  (Applause.)  And Reince and my whole group.  Reince -- you know -- they don’t care about Reince.  He's like this political guy that turned out to be a superstar, right?  We don’t have to talk about Reince.

But we did -- we had such a tremendous, tremendous success.  So when I'm interviewing all of these candidates that Reince and his whole group is putting in front, it went very, very quickly, and, in this case, went so quickly -- because I would see six or seven or eight for Secretary of Agriculture, who we just named the other day, Sonny Perdue, former governor of Georgia.  Fantastic guy.  But I'd see six, seven, eight people for a certain position.  Everybody wanted it. 

But I met Mike Pompeo, and it was the only guy I met.  I didn’t want to meet anybody else.  I said, cancel everybody else.  Cancel.  Now, he was approved, essentially, but they're doing little political games with me.  He was one of the three.  Now, last night, as you know, General Mattis, fantastic guy, and General Kelly got approved.  (Applause.)  And Mike Pompeo was supposed to be in that group.  It was going to be the three of them.  Can you imagine all of these guys?  People respect -- you know, they respect that military sense.  All my political people, they're not doing so well.  The political people aren’t doing so well but you.  We're going to get them all through, but some will take a little bit longer than others. 

But Mike was literally -- I had a group of -- what, we had nine different people?  Now, I must say, I didn’t mind cancelling eight appointments.  That wasn’t the worst thing in the world.  But I met him and I said, he is so good.  Number one in his class at West Point. 

Now, I know a lot about West Point.  I'm a person that very strongly believes in academics.  In fact, every time I say I had an uncle who was a great professor at MIT for 35 years who did a fantastic job in so many different ways, academically -- was an academic genius -- and then they say, is Donald Trump an intellectual?  Trust me, I'm like a smart persona.  (Laughter.)  And I recognized immediately.  So he was number one at West Point, and he was also essentially number one at Harvard Law School.  And then he decided to go into the military.  And he ran for Congress.  And everything he's done has been a homerun.  People like him, but much more importantly to me, everybody respects him.  And when I told Paul Ryan that I wanted to do this, I would say he may be the only person that was not totally thrilled -- right, Mike?  Because he said, I don’t want to lose this guy. 

But you will be getting a total star.  You're going to be getting a total gem.  He's a gem.  (Applause.)  You'll see.  You'll see.  And many of you know him anyway.  But you're going to see.  And again, we have some great people going in.  But this one is something -- is going to be very special, because this is one, if I had to name the most important, this would certainly be perhaps -- you know, in certain ways, you could say my most important.  You do the job like everybody in this room is capable of doing.  And the generals are wonderful, and the fighting is wonderful.  But if you give them the right direction, boy, does the fighting become easier.  And, boy, do we lose so fewer lives, and win so quickly.  And that's what we have to do.  We have to start winning again.

You know, when I was young and when I was -- of course, I feel young.  I feel like I'm 30, 35, 39.  (Laughter.)  Somebody said, are you young?  I said, I think I'm young.  You know, I was stopping -- when we were in the final month of that campaign, four stops, five stops, seven stops.  Speeches, speeches, in front of 25,000, 30,000 people, 15,000, 19,000 from stop to stop.  I feel young.

When I was young -- and I think we're all sort of young.  When I was young, we were always winning things in this country.  We'd win with trade.  We'd win with wars.  At a certain age, I remember hearing from one of my instructors, "The United States has never lost a war."  And then, after that, it's like we haven’t won anything.  We don’t win anymore.  The old expression, "to the victor belong the spoils" -- you remember.  I always used to say, keep the oil.  I wasn’t a fan of Iraq.  I didn’t want to go into Iraq.  But I will tell you, when we were in, we got out wrong.  And I always said, in addition to that, keep the oil.  Now, I said it for economic reasons.  But if you think about it, Mike, if we kept the oil you probably wouldn’t have ISIS because that's where they made their money in the first place.  So we should have kept the oil.  But okay.  (Laughter.)  Maybe you'll have another chance.  But the fact is, should have kept the oil. 

I believe that this group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country toward making us safe, toward making us winners again, toward ending all of the problems.  We have so many problems that are interrelated that we don’t even think of, but interrelated to the kind of havoc and fear that this sick group of people has caused.  So I can only say that I am with you 1,000 percent. 

And the reason you're my first stop is that, as you know, I have a running war with the media.  They are among the most dishonest human beings on Earth.  (Laughter and applause.)  And they sort of made it sound like I had a feud with the intelligence community.  And I just want to let you know, the reason you're the number-one stop is exactly the opposite -- exactly.  And they understand that, too. 

And I was explaining about the numbers.  We did a thing yesterday at the speech.  Did everybody like the speech?  (Applause.)  I've been given good reviews.  But we had a massive field of people.  You saw them.  Packed.  I get up this morning, I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field.  I say, wait a minute, I made a speech.  I looked out, the field was -- it looked like a million, million and a half people.  They showed a field where there were practically nobody standing there.  And they said, Donald Trump did not draw well.  I said, it was almost raining, the rain should have scared them away, but God looked down and he said, we're not going to let it rain on your speech. 

In fact, when I first started, I said, oh, no.  The first line, I got hit by a couple of drops.  And I said, oh, this is too bad, but we'll go right through it.  But the truth is that it stopped immediately.  It was amazing.  And then it became really sunny.  And then I walked off and it poured right after I left.  It poured.  But, you know, we have something that's amazing because we had -- it looked -- honestly, it looked like a million and a half people.  Whatever it was, it was.  But it went all the way back to the Washington Monument.  And I turn on -- and by mistake I get this network, and it showed an empty field.  And it said we drew 250,000 people.  Now, that's not bad, but it's a lie.  We had 250,000 people literally around -- you know, in the little bowl that we constructed.  That was 250,000 people.  The rest of the 20-block area, all the way back to the Washington Monument, was packed.  So we caught them, and we caught them in a beauty.  And I think they're going to pay a big price. 

We had another one yesterday, which was interesting.  In the Oval Office there's a beautiful statue of Dr. Martin Luther King.  And I also happen to like Churchill, Winston Churchill.  I think most of us like Churchill.  He doesn’t come from our country, but had a lot to do with it.  Helped us; real ally.  And, as you know, the Churchill statue was taken out -- the bust.  And as you also probably have read, the Prime Minister is coming over to our country very shortly.  And they wanted to know whether or not I'd like it back.  I say, absolutely, but in the meantime we have a bust of Churchill. 

So a reporter for Time magazine -- and I have been on there cover, like, 14 or 15 times.  I think we have the all-time record in the history of Time Magazine.  Like, if Tom Brady is on the cover, it's one time, because he won the Super Bowl or something, right?  (Laughter.)  I've been on it for 15 times this year.  I don’t think that's a record, Mike, that can ever be broken.  Do you agree with that?  What do you think? 

But I will say that they said -- it was very interesting -- that Donald Trump took down the bust, the statue, of Dr. Martin Luther King.  And it was right there.  But there was a cameraman that was in front of it.  (Laughter.)  So Zeke -- Zeke from Time Magazine writes a story about I took down.  I would never do that because I have great respect for Dr. Martin Luther King.  But this is how dishonest the media is.

Now, the big story -- the retraction was, like, where?  Was it a line?  Or do they even bother putting it in?  So I only like to say that because I love honesty.  I like honest reporting. 

I will tell you, final time -- although I will say it, when you let in your thousands of other people that have been trying to come in -- because I am coming back -- we're going to have to get you a larger room.  (Applause.)  We may have to get you a larger room.  You know?  And maybe, maybe, it will be built by somebody that knows how to build, and we won't have columns.  (Laughter.)  You understand that?  (Applause.)  We get rid of the columns.

No, I just wanted to really say that I love you, I respect you.  There's nobody I respect more.  You're going to do a fantastic job.  And we're going to start winning again, and you're going to be leading the charge. 

So thank you all very much.  (Applause.)  Thank you -- you're beautiful.  Thank you all very much.  Have a good time.  I'll be back.  I'll be back.  Thank you.

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Davos 2017 - A Conversation with Henry Kissinger on the World in 2017  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Apjzjsa8AIg

 

A Conversation With George Soros at Davos 2017  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cz3MTcEqJ54

 

Lawrence Summers on the Risks of Donald Trump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cV9Zo-KWg8k

 

Davos 2017 - Responsive and Responsible Leadership in 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYwV988mskE

 

 Davos 2017 - Can Women Have It All

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrwB6EvV52U

 

 

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The Inaugural Address

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRBsJNdK1t0

Remarks of President Donald J.  Trump – As Prepared for Delivery Inaugural Address Friday, January 20, 2017

As Prepared for Delivery –

Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans, and people of the world: thank you.

We, the citizens of America, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and to restore its promise for all of our people.

Together, we will determine the course of America and the world for years to come.

We will face challenges. We will confront hardships. But we will get the job done.

Every four years, we gather on these steps to carry out the orderly and peaceful transfer of power, and we are grateful to President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for their gracious aid throughout this transition. They have been magnificent.

Today’s ceremony, however, has very special meaning. Because today we are not merely transferring power from one Administration to another, or from one party to another – but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to you, the American People.

For too long, a small group in our nation’s Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost.

Washington flourished – but the people did not share in its wealth.

Politicians prospered – but the jobs left, and the factories closed.

The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country.

Their victories have not been your victories; their triumphs have not been your triumphs; and while they celebrated in our nation’s Capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.

That all changes – starting right here, and right now, because this moment is your moment: it belongs to you.

It belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across America. 

This is your day. This is your celebration.

And this, the United States of America, is your country.

What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people.

January 20th 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again. 

The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.

Everyone is listening to you now.

You came by the tens of millions to become part of a historic movement the likes of which the world has never seen before.

At the center of this movement is a crucial conviction: that a nation exists to serve its citizens.

Americans want great schools for their children, safe neighborhoods for their families, and good jobs for themselves.

These are the just and reasonable demands of a righteous public.

But for too many of our citizens, a different reality exists: Mothers and children trapped in poverty in our inner cities; rusted-out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation; an education system, flush with cash, but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of knowledge; and the crime and gangs and drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential.

This American carnage stops right here and stops right now.

We are one nation – and their pain is our pain.  Their dreams are our dreams; and their success will be our success.  We share one heart, one home, and one glorious destiny.

The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance to all Americans.

For many decades, we’ve enriched foreign industry at the expense of American industry;

Subsidized the armies of other countries while allowing for the very sad depletion of our military;

We've defended other nation’s borders while refusing to defend our own;

And spent trillions of dollars overseas while America's infrastructure has fallen into disrepair and decay.

We’ve made other countries rich while the wealth, strength, and confidence of our country has disappeared over the horizon.

One by one, the factories shuttered and left our shores, with not even a thought about the millions upon millions of American workers left behind.

The wealth of our middle class has been ripped from their homes and then redistributed across the entire world.

But that is the past. And now we are looking only to the future.

We assembled here today are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city, in every foreign capital, and in every hall of power.

From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land.

From this moment on, it’s going to be America First.

Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families.

We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs.  Protection will lead to great prosperity and strength.

I will fight for you with every breath in my body – and I will never, ever let you down.

America will start winning again, winning like never before.

We will bring back our jobs. We will bring back our borders.  We will bring back our wealth.  And we will bring back our dreams.

We will build new roads, and highways, and bridges, and airports, and tunnels, and railways all across our wonderful nation.

We will get our people off of welfare and back to work – rebuilding our country with American hands and American labor.

We will follow two simple rules: Buy American and Hire American.

We will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world – but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first.

We do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example for everyone to follow.

We will reinforce old alliances and form new ones – and unite the civilized world against Radical Islamic Terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the Earth.

At the bedrock of our politics will be a total allegiance to the United States of America, and through our loyalty to our country, we will rediscover our loyalty to each other.

When you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice.

The Bible tells us, “how good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity.”

We must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity.

When America is united, America is totally unstoppable.

There should be no fear – we are protected, and we will always be protected.

We will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement and, most importantly, we are protected by God.

Finally, we must think big and dream even bigger.

In America, we understand that a nation is only living as long as it is striving.

We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action – constantly complaining but never doing anything about it.

The time for empty talk is over.

Now arrives the hour of action.

Do not let anyone tell you it cannot be done.  No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America.

We will not fail. Our country will thrive and prosper again.

We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow.

A new national pride will stir our souls, lift our sights, and heal our divisions.

It is time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget: that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots, we all enjoy the same glorious freedoms, and we all salute the same great American Flag.

And whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of Detroit or the windswept plains of Nebraska, they look up at the same night sky, they fill their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused with the breath of life by the same almighty Creator.

So to all Americans, in every city near and far, small and large, from mountain to mountain, and from ocean to ocean, hear these words:

You will never be ignored again.

Your voice, your hopes, and your dreams, will define our American destiny. And your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way.

Together, We Will Make America Strong Again.

We Will Make America Wealthy Again.

We Will Make America Proud Again.

We Will Make America Safe Again.

And, Yes, Together, We Will Make America Great Again. Thank you, God Bless You, And God Bless America.

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Madonna's Fiery Speech At The Women's March On Washington

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKhVp--feJk

 

Scarlett Johansson's Speech At The Women's March On Washington (Full | HD)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6ofCjjUz-Q

 

Ashley Judd's EPIC "Nasty Woman" Speech At The Women's March On Washington

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffb_5X59_DA

 

Michael Moore Women's March on Washington Speech Anti Donald Trump Protest Ashley Judd

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuMhz6HV4-s

 

Tamika Mallory speech at the Women's March On Washington

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGxCUXEoT-g

 

Linda Sarsour's powerful speech at the Women's March On Washington

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnaT8JxUTY0

TEDxWomen -- Jane Fonda

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaiCqsGgd0Q

 

Trump's Inauguration: This Is Really Happening

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExD2VB5w21I

 

Season Premiere: January 20, 2017 | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmIS1y0cUv0

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Davos 2017: Prime Minister's speech to the World Economic Forum

Thank you Professor Schwab for that introduction, and thank you for inviting me to speak here at the World Economic Forum this morning.

This is an organisation that is, as it says in the very first line of your mission statement, committed to ‘improving the state of the world’. Those of us who meet here are all – by instinct and outlook – optimists who believe in the power of public and private co-operation to make the world of tomorrow better than the world of today. And we are all united in our belief that that world will be built on the foundations of free trade, partnership and globalisation.

Yet beyond the confines of this hall, those forces for good that we so often take for granted are being called into question.

The forces of liberalism, free trade and globalisation that have had – and continue to have – such an overwhelmingly positive impact on our world, that have harnessed unprecedented levels of wealth and opportunity, that have lifted millions out of poverty around the world, that have brought nations closer together, broken down barriers and improved standards of living and consumer choice, forces that underpin the rules-based international system that is key to our global prosperity and security, are somehow at risk of being undermined.

And as we meet here this morning, across Europe parties of the Far Left and the Far Right are seeking to exploit this opportunity, gathering support by feeding off an underlying and keenly felt sense among some people – often those on modest to low incomes living in relatively rich countries around the west – that these forces are not working for them.

And those parties – who embrace the politics of division and despair; who offer easy answers; who claim to understand people’s problems and always know what and who to blame – feed off something else too: the sense among the public that mainstream political and business leaders have failed to comprehend their legitimate concerns for too long.

This morning, I want to set out a manifesto for change that responds to these concerns and shows that the politics of the mainstream can deliver the change people need.

I want to show how, by taking a new approach that harnesses the good of what works and changes what does not, we can maintain – indeed we can build – support for the rules-based international system.

And I want to explain how, as we do so, the United Kingdom – a country that has so often been at the forefront of economic and social change – will step up to a new leadership role as the strongest and most forceful advocate for business, free markets and free trade anywhere in the world.

Brexit

For that is the unique opportunity that Britain now has.

I speak to you this morning as the Prime Minister of a country that faces the future with confidence.

For a little over 6 months ago, millions of my fellow citizens upset the odds by voting, with determination and quiet resolve, to leave the European Union and embrace the world.

Let us not underestimate the magnitude of that decision. It means Britain must face up to a period of momentous change. It means we must go through a tough negotiation and forge a new role for ourselves in the world. It means accepting that the road ahead will be uncertain at times, but believing that it leads towards a brighter future for our country’s children, and grandchildren too.

So while it would have been easy for the British people to shy away from taking such a path, they fixed their eyes on that brighter future and chose a bold, ambitious course instead.

They chose to build a truly Global Britain.

I know that this, and the other reasons Britain took such a decision, is not always well understood internationally, particularly among our friends and allies in Europe. Some of our European partners feel that we have turned our back on them. And I know many fear what our decision means for the future of the EU itself.

But as I said in my speech earlier this week, our decision to leave the European Union was no rejection of our friends in Europe, with whom we share common interests and values and so much else. It was no attempt to become more distant from them, or to cease the co-operation that has helped to keep our continent secure and strong.

And nor was it an attempt to undermine the European Union itself. It remains overwhelmingly and compellingly in Britain’s national interest that the EU as an organisation should succeed.

It was simply a vote to restore, as we see it, our parliamentary democracy and national self-determination. A vote to take control and make decisions for ourselves.

And, crucially, to become even more global and internationalist in action and in spirit too.

Because that is who we are as a nation. Britain’s history and culture is profoundly internationalist.

We are a European country, and proud of our shared European heritage, but we are also a country that has always looked beyond Europe to the wider world.

That is why we are among the most racially diverse countries in Europe, one of the most multicultural members of the European Union, and why – whether we are talking about India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, America, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, countries in Africa, Asia or those that are closer to home in Europe – so many of us have close friends and relatives from across the world.

And it is why we are by instinct a great, global, trading nation that seeks to trade with countries not just in Europe but beyond Europe too.

So at the heart of the plan I set out earlier this week, is a determination to pursue a bold and ambitious free trade agreement between the UK and the European Union. But, more than that, we seek the freedom to strike new trade deals with old friends and new allies right around the world as well.

I am pleased that we have already started discussions on future trade ties with countries like Australia, New Zealand and India. While countries including China, Brazil, and the Gulf States have already expressed their interest in striking trade deals with us.

That is why, as I said in my speech on Tuesday, I want the UK to emerge from this period of change as a truly Global Britain – the best friend and neighbour to our European partners, but a country that reaches beyond the borders of Europe too; a country that gets out into the world to build relationships with old friends and new allies alike.

And that is exactly what we are going to do.

Global Britain

We are going to be a confident country that is in control of its own destiny once again.

And it is because of that that we will be in a position to act in this global role.

Because a country in control of its destiny is more, not less able to play a full role in underpinning and strengthening the multilateral rules-based system

A Global Britain is no less British because we are a hub for foreign investment. Indeed, our biggest manufacturer, Tata, is Indian – and you still can’t get more British than a Jaguar or a Land Rover.

Britain is no less British because it is home to people from around the world. In fact, we derive so much of our strength from our diversity – we are a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-faith democracy, and we’re proud of it.

And Britain is no less British because we have led the way in multilateral organisations like the UN, NATO, IMF and the World Bank over many years.

Membership of these bodies magnifies all their members’ ability to advance the common goods of peace, prosperity and security.

I believe strongly in a rules based global order. The establishment of the institutions that give effect to it in the mid-20th century was a crucial foundation for much of the growing peace and prosperity the world has enjoyed since. And the tragic history of the first half of the last century reminds us of the cost of those institutions’ absence.

The litany of follies of that time are mistakes that we should never forget and never repeat.

So we must uphold the institutions that enable the nations of the world to work together.

And we must continue to promote international co-operation wherever we can.

One example of that is modern slavery – a scourge of our world, which we can only defeat if we work together, changing attitudes, rooting out such abhorrent practices and prosecuting the perpetrators.

That is why at Davos this year I have convened a high-level panel discussion to continue our co-ordinated effort to save those many lives which are, tragically, being stolen.

International co-operation is vital. But we must never forget that our first responsibility as governments it to serve the people. And it is my firm belief that we – as governments, international institutions, businesses and individuals – need to do more to respond to the concerns of those who feel that the modern world has left them behind.

Economic reform

So in Britain, we have embarked on an ambitious programme of economic and social reform that aims to ensure that, as we build this Global Britain, we are able to take people with us. A programme that aims to show how a strong Britain abroad can be a better Britain at home.

Because talk of greater globalisation can make people fearful. For many, it means their jobs being outsourced and wages undercut. It means having to sit back as they watch their communities change around them.

And in their minds, it means watching as those who prosper seem to play by a different set of rules, while for many life remains a struggle as they get by, but don’t necessarily get on.

And these tensions and differences are increasingly exposed and exploited through the expansion of new technologies and the growth of social media.

But if we are to make the case for free markets, free trade and globalisation, as we must, those of us who believe in them must face up to and respond to the concerns people have.

And we must work together to shape new policies and approaches that demonstrate their capacity to deliver for all of the people in our respective countries.

I believe this challenge demands a new approach from government. And it requires a new approach from business too.

For government, it means not just stepping back and, as the prevailing orthodoxy in many countries has argued for so many years, not just getting out of the way. Not just leaving businesses to get on with the job and assuming that problems will just fix themselves.

It means stepping up to a new, active role that backs businesses and ensures more people in all corners of the country share in the benefits of its success.

And for business, it means doing even more to spread those benefits to more people. It means playing by the same rules as everyone else when it comes to tax and behaviour, because in the UK trust in business runs at just 35% among those in the lowest income brackets. And it means putting aside short-term considerations and investing in people and communities for the long-term.

These are all things that I know the vast majority of businesses do already. Not just by creating jobs, supporting smaller businesses, training and developing people, but also by working to give something back to communities and supporting the next generation.

Businesses large and small are the backbone of our economies, and enterprise is the engine of our prosperity. That is why Britain is – and will always be – open for business: open to investment in our companies, infrastructure, universities and entrepreneurs. Open to those who want to buy our goods and services. And open to talent and opportunities, from the arts to technology, finance to manufacturing.

But, at the same time as promoting this openness, we must heed the underlying feeling that there are some companies, particularly those with a global reach, who are playing by a different set of rules to ordinary, working people.

So it is essential for business to demonstrate leadership. To show that, in this globalised world, everyone is playing by the same rules, and that the benefits of economic success are there for all our citizens.

This work is absolutely crucial if we are to maintain public consent for a globalised economy and the businesses that operate within it.

That is why I have talked a great deal about our country delivering yet higher standards of corporate governance, to help make the UK the best place to invest of any major economy.

That means several things.

It means businesses paying their fair share of tax, recognising their obligations and duties to their employees and supply chains, and trading in the right way; companies genuinely investing in – and becoming part of – the communities and nations in which they operate, and abiding by the responsibilities that implies; and all of us taking steps towards addressing executive pay and accountability to shareholders.

And that is why I welcome the World Economic Forum’s ‘Compact for Responsive and Responsible Leadership’ that businesses are being asked to sign up to at this conference.

It is this change – setting clear rules for businesses to operate by, while embracing the liberalism and free trade that enable them to thrive – which will allow us to conserve the ultimate good that is a globalised economy.

I have no doubt at all about the vital role business plays, not just in the economic life of a nation, but in society too. But to respond to that sense of anxiety people feel, I believe we – business and government working together – need to do even more to make the case.

That is why in Britain, we are developing a new Modern Industrial Strategy. The term ‘industrial strategy’ has fallen into something approaching disrepute in recent years, but I believe such a strategy – that addresses the long-standing and structural weaknesses in our economy – is essential if we are to promote the benefits of free markets and free trade as we wish.

Our strategy is not about propping up failing industries or picking winners, but creating the conditions where winners can emerge and grow. It is about backing those winners all the way to encourage them to invest in the long-term future of Britain.

And about delivering jobs and economic growth to every community and corner of the country.

We can’t leave all this to international market forces alone, or just rely on an increase in overall prosperity.

Instead, we have to be practical and proactive – in other words, we have to step up and take control – to ensure free trade and globalisation work for everyone.

Social reform

At the same time, we have embarked on an ambitious agenda of social reform that embraces the same principles. Active, engaged government that steps up and works for everyone.

Because if you are someone who is just managing, just getting by, you don’t need a government that will get out of the way. You need an active government that will step up and champion the things that matter to you.

Governments have traditionally been good at identifying, if not always addressing, the problems and challenges faced by the least disadvantaged in our societies.

However, the mission I have laid out for the government I lead – to make Britain a country that works for everyone – goes further. It is to build something that I have called the shared society – one that doesn’t just value our individual rights but focuses rather more on the responsibilities we have to one another. That respects the bonds that people share – the bonds of family, community, citizenship and strong institutions.

And that recognises the obligations we have as citizens – obligations that make our society work.

It is these bonds and obligations that make our society strong and answer our basic human need for definition and identity.

And I am absolutely clear that it is the job of government to encourage and nurture the relationships, networks and institutions that provide that definition, and to correct the injustice and unfairness that divides us wherever it is found.

Too often today, the responsibilities we have to one another have been forgotten as the cult of individualism has taken hold, and globalisation and the democratisation of communications has encouraged people to look beyond their own communities and immediate networks in the name of joining a broader global community.

To say this is not to argue against globalisation – nor the benefits it brings – from modern travel and modern media to new products in our shops and new opportunities for British companies to export their goods to millions of consumers all around the world.

But just as we need to act to address the deeply felt sense of economic inequality that has emerged in recent years, so we also need to recognise the way in which a more global and individualistic world can sometimes loosen the ties that bind our society together, leaving some people feeling locked out and left behind.

Conclusion

I am determined to make sure that centre-ground, mainstream politics can respond to the concerns people have today. I am determined to stand up for free markets, free trade and globalisation, but also to show how these forces can work for everyone.

And to do so, I turn to the words of the 18th century philosopher Edmund Burke who said “a state without the means of some change is without the means of its own conservation”.

That great conservative principle – change in order to conserve – is more important than ever in today’s complex geopolitical environment.

And I feel it is of huge relevance to those of us here in Davos this week.

And it is the principle that guides me as I lead Britain through this period of change.

As we build a new, bold, confident Global Britain and shape a new era of globalisation that genuinely works for all.

As we harness the forces of globalisation so that the system works for everyone, and so maintain public support for that system for generations to come.

I want that to be the legacy of our time. To use this moment to provide responsive, responsible leadership that will bring the benefits of free trade to every corner of the world; that will lift millions more out of poverty and towards prosperity; and that will deliver security, prosperity and belonging for all of our people.

Thank you.

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