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Asg 10, 01 / Jun 27, 17 19:36 UTC
Creation of a public free and virtual asgardian institute of learning

I propose the creation of a public and free institution of learning for Asgardia. We can think on many reasons to start this. Every nation has its own schools and universities. We need to start now with this project in order to make our citizens grow intelectually. We can start with a Asgardian History Class, in order for us to study how this all came to be. We also can create several Language classes if we think that we have thousands of people that speak many different languages, and this people can become teachers of others with interest to learn. We can have a Law School for those who wish to enter this carrer and i can think tons of different reasons. And we can do it all virtually. Many universities have virtual classes and we can adopt the same methods.

Asg 13, 01 / Jun 30, 17 03:30 UTC

Partnership with organizations like could be a good first step to establishing a free education system for all.

Dec 18, 01 / Dec 20, 17 13:12 UTC

Hello I love khan acadamy I have an account to try and improve my lacking skills. Supporting them and furthering their goal of free education to as many people as possible, is a beat idea and their classes and lessons are already set up and name is Jodie and frame is a family name.

Asg 17, 01 / Jul 4, 17 20:32 UTC

I fully support this idea. We can upload video lessons, lectures on various disciplines, which will give an opportunity to do self-education. People must be educated.

Jun 16, 02 / Jun 5, 18 23:09 UTC
l'éducation est la clé pour bâtir une société harmonieuse.
Jun 20, 02 / Jun 9, 18 14:34 UTC
Je suis Entièrement d'accord avec vous! Personnellement je reprends mes études de droit à la rentrée 2019. L'instruction est la clef du développement et de la sagesse! Et la base d'une société basée sur le respect il me semble!
Asg 19, 02 / Jul 6, 18 13:18 UTC
There is some concern, however, about the quality of the material. I watched a guy in the forums once swear up and down that perpetual motion machines were possible with a bit of help from magnets; however, after I investigated further I found that after some very complex math it simply is not. It's a fun concept but the math doesn't add up, and he told me I was wrong. Not everyone should have access to educating, but all should have access to education.
Asg 22, 02 / Jul 9, 18 00:50 UTC
It would be nice to see a tier system of quality of material, this way everyone can attempt to educate, but not everyone will want to learn that because it doesn't prove to be true. But there may be parts to the conversation that can add to future learning. Kind of like this upvoting system, but a control would have to be in place so that someone is not able to 'trick' the system and upvote untrue knowledge into a higher tier.
Aug 1, 02 / Aug 13, 18 19:11 UTC
We could make a Department of Education to control the material, and make sure nothing is false or make sure the person uploading said lesson has the credentials to teach it.
Asg 20, 01 / Jul 7, 17 04:39 UTC

Connections academy is a public online school in the United States of America. Its a fantastic way for Asgardians to venture that avenue.

Asg 21, 01 / Jul 8, 17 22:12 UTC

This is a great petition and I support it.

Asg 22, 01 / Jul 9, 17 20:44 UTC

Although I signed your is with the following reservations...

I think that free is not the way to go...simply because there are associated costs inherent that need to be addressed...

Are you speaking accreditation...?

I do however think that reduced price learning should be adopted...After all...we are about the business of building a new society...

A borderless country that will maintain lands/holdings/ambassadorships/infrastructures within the borders of all other countries...and in space...

This is all going to cost in the trillions of dollars...perhaps once all of that is established...a truly free and open society might offer such further freedoms...

Thank you


Asg 23, 01 / Jul 10, 17 01:23 UTC

I think our society now is too bound to capital, but that is a discussion for another day. I am from Brasil and the best Universities are Free (USP, UFRJ). They are not the best of the world but are in the top 100. Sure there will be costs, but these costs has to be treated like an investment. The profit these institutions can generate with research, new inventions, advancements in several areas.

Asg 10, 02 / Jun 27, 18 14:47 UTC
Estoy de acuerdo contigo, en Chile, las universidades son tan caras que los alumnos deben endeudarse hasta 30 años con el mismo gobierno! Hoy esta en el debate, pero han sido generaciones y generaciones de ganar dinero sobre las deudas de los demás. Educacion gratuita es un derecho y todos podemos aportar! Education gratuite est un droit et on peu tous aider a cette construction,par ejemple moi, je peux faire des cours d'espagnol o de Francais.
Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 16:27 UTC

Free is the only way to go when it comes to knowledge. Sure you can monetize it, and argue that it's good for building our society, you can argue that for most things, but it isn't the way we should go. Maybe we should monetize membership, that too would bring money in, but it is inadvisable to do so because of what it implies as to the society we are building.

Knowledge, the pursuit of it, and the retention of it, is THE defining attribute of our species, and by far the greatest part of our history. To put a cost on the attainment of knowledge, is to put chains on the recipients of knowledge, even if there might be a scheme (also inadvisable because of the fractures it creates in society) to offset that cost. You don't put a price tag on knowledge to reveal its value, its value is attained by the practice of it in our lives and within our societies.

How that knowledge is delivered, is the cost issue, and it doesn't have to be taught within structures like school, colleges and universities, we don't need hundreds of books and libraries, just people skilled at various subjects, who are willing to share their knowledge with others, for the betterment of us and our societies (I say societies because even as we try to improve Asgardia as a society, we surely must do the same for the physical societies we live within).

If we charge each other for knowledge, then all we are doing is building a society based fundamentally on the principle that poor = substandard or restricted knowledge, and rich = access to everything, which in turn is just more of the same rubbish we've been dealing with as a species throughout history.

We are going to have the same issues with Healthcare, and we will also have to debate whether we all put something in to a Universal, non-means tested system (e.g. TAX, and other contributions that benefit society as a whole, not just favouring those who can afford it). Just because our society is to be based on Science and Scientific method, that does not mean we should become machines or become just another profit-hungry, bottom-line worshipping, humanity-ignoring entity.

However, I am glad that you brought this up, debate is healthy, and no new Nation can be forged without it ;)

Nov 21, 01 / Nov 25, 17 17:11 UTC

I agree wholeheartedly with you.

Asg 9, 02 / Jun 26, 18 18:32 UTC
How about: Not for free, but not for money? A thousand little tasks are waiting to be done that can benefit a community. Credits do not have to be in any currency. When taking courses, why not make some, or if you are good in animation, animate, sing if you can,... A network that links needs and skills to create content that is beneficial to all?
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 11:05 UTC
поддерживаю вашу идею, расскройте поподробней
Asg 22, 02 / Jul 9, 18 00:59 UTC
Beautifully written. I would definitely encourage as much of the knowledge to be recorded as can be. So that it exists and a person does not have to be redundant in teaching the same thing over and over, unless thats their passion and there are those that want to learn from them. By removing the monetary attachment allows people to really flourish in their interests. It sure is not hard to make a child excited about learning how to propel a rocket into the sky. They might actually enjoy hands on learning tools and material work and by the time they become an adult they already have substantial of knowledge on how to make rocket move into and through space. I have to wonder how many brilliant ideas that would have propelled us into a class 1 civilization on the Kardashev scale already, but because of being in poverty inhibited those ideas?
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 20:58 UTC
I think history has showed us that Education as profit business is a failure in itself, but we do need resources, new ideas like time banking, cryptocurrencies, and the old idea of taxes, comes to my mind.
Asg 25, 02 / Jul 12, 18 13:48 UTC
Çok güzel bir mantik bu bu yoldan devam edilirse gerçekten de öyle olur
Asg 22, 01 / Jul 9, 17 23:50 UTC
Free public education as universal right, endorsed in the constitution.
Jun 16, 02 / Jun 5, 18 23:11 UTC
je suis tout a fait d'accord .
Asg 24, 01 / Jul 11, 17 15:25 UTC

A strong nation needs strong minds. I support this wholeheartedly.

Jul 12, 01 / Jul 27, 17 16:03 UTC

A first step would be providing links to free online education.  We are going to be a virtual country for a while yet.

Jul 12, 01 / Jul 27, 17 17:22 UTC

I like the  idea.

But  i want more than that. Education of Cosmology, Time and Space for public ,the earthly nations.

This knowledge would combat to some  degree the religious fanatics,and the same time it would be profit center for Asgardia The space Nation

Jul 14, 01 / Jul 29, 17 12:07 UTC

I think we should heavily focus on science in our education since we are a "space" nation and therefore need as many engineers and physicists as we can if we want to start sending humans to space and establish space settlements.

Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 11:09 UTC
даже этим научным сотрудникам нужны люди которые будут работать руками, согласны?
Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 15:38 UTC

That's great idea! I'm all for it.

Aug 6, 01 / Aug 18, 17 06:53 UTC

It's looks good.

Aug 9, 01 / Aug 21, 17 00:15 UTC

Everyone should have the opportunity to study usefull subjects to use in space. Allready in early age  As '' atrology'' physics'' technique'' coding '' not only language and history. would be greate.

Aug 22, 01 / Sep 3, 17 10:06 UTC

I completely agree Mizuki and I would simply love to learn those subjects

Sep 2, 01 / Sep 11, 17 06:21 UTC

Knowledge is more powerful than money, politics, religion, and the like.  It is the one unifying interest that all "earthlings" share no matter where they are from.  I, wholeheartedly, support this endeavor.

Sep 2, 01 / Sep 11, 17 21:42 UTC

I agree. Education is a right for everyone. I do, however, agree that there would be costs involved in these "classes". The Asguardian government could subsidize these classes as apart of our learning.

As we are a young nation education for the first generation of Asguardians is a must to set a precedent for future generations.

Sep 2, 01 / Sep 11, 17 21:43 UTC

I agree. Education is a right for everyone. I do, however, agree that there would be costs involved in these "classes". The Asguardian government could subsidize these classes as apart of our learning.

As we are a young nation education for the first generation of Asguardians is a must to set a precedent for future generations.

Sep 12, 01 / Sep 21, 17 00:42 UTC

Hello you read my mind [=

we are in the process of creating a website `Present Academy` and P.A as app which will bring all free Educational courses and qualifications to all, We are in the process of the software/website/app being recognized by the Department of work & pensions & Education department of the United Kingdom and has already been checked passed by Chelsea F.C Foundation after passing two entrepreneur courses also personally winning best digital collaboration in their competition.

Presently we are setting up banking as nonprofit charity and going threw the registration

We are looking for trustees for the board ; Head of programming & coding

Head of law / internet law, nonprofit law & Charity law

Head communications with UK Department of Education &                                                               work pensions

Head of Marketing & social media

Head of charity

Plus as many volunteers as possible for all departments mentioned to allow the software to be in everyone's hands as soon as possible

Hopefully giving Asgardians all the educational tools we will ever need

You can contact us here or at

Sep 13, 01 / Sep 22, 17 04:39 UTC
That's a good idea, but it's too difficult to implement.
Sep 13, 01 / Sep 22, 17 04:39 UTC
That's a good idea, but it's too difficult to implement.
Sep 13, 01 / Sep 22, 17 04:40 UTC
That's a good idea, but it's too difficult to implement.
Sep 21, 01 / Sep 30, 17 14:49 UTC

I agree but this project needs to be fully open to everyone and not only asgardians. What do you think?

Sep 25, 01 / Oct 4, 17 10:51 UTC

This is a great idea, especially with the aspect of having an Asgardian history classes. Alot of people need to know how all this started and the core philosophy behind it. Thank you.

Jun 20, 02 / Jun 9, 18 14:51 UTC
Totally ! To have history notes to all the next Asgardians generations it's not an option. It's an evidence. World and humanity and next Asgardians needs to know where, when, how and why everything begins.
Oct 1, 01 / Oct 8, 17 03:16 UTC

I think this is a great idea, I am behind it 100%.

Oct 3, 01 / Oct 10, 17 21:38 UTC

Essa é uma boa idéia, apoio totalmente !!!

Oct 25, 01 / Nov 1, 17 15:17 UTC

I am Supporter, This is a great petition.

Nov 7, 01 / Nov 11, 17 07:44 UTC

Peace y'll

Nov 7, 01 / Nov 11, 17 14:57 UTC

Is absolutly necessary give a huge education in all fields to asgardians for sow in them the knowledge that will give support to asgard. A ll citizens  must be involved in the development and growth of the space nation and  lead to its development by feeling an active part, not a single spectator.

Jun 20, 02 / Jun 9, 18 14:54 UTC
The basics! We want to live in... And so we have to bring our mind, our forces, our abilities... 100%OK.
Nov 8, 01 / Nov 12, 17 01:07 UTC

I think we should take this a step further. Rather then just a school for or of Asgardia, it should be a school for anyone regardless of where they are in the world. It should be some kind of, Centre for the Advancement of Human Understanding (CAHU). It can be a virtual place to, learn, share knowledge, and work together to advance human understanding and technology. It can include classes, lectures, databases, research sharing and discussion, and so much more. Think of it as open source education, research, and peer discussion.

Nov 8, 01 / Nov 12, 17 17:17 UTC

Perhaps part of the answer is to make Asgardian history a required paid course, in order to establish a common understanding for all, and a basis for cooperative learning. A small fee for the course would work if there is enough interest, and could provide a means to establish accreditation if the course was approved by other open universities. Most universities allow course auditing for free already, but credits require recordkeeping (transcripts) , and so that is part of why they charge. Links are a great idea, and of course, Asgardia should full respect the courses offered by other accredited universities as well for purposes of establishing any degree or certificate program.

Nov 9, 01 / Nov 13, 17 20:46 UTC

I have seen other organizations use the Virtual World = Second Life to varying degrees of success.

College professors have had live lectures hosted in a Virtual Space accessible to all from across the planet and I have also seen “Video Classes” developed on Second Life in the vein of YouTube but set in a virtual class room.

T his could be a cost effective way to reach out and teach and can also be Implemented rather quickly.

Nov 10, 01 / Nov 14, 17 02:52 UTC

I feel like this is a brilliant idea. Education is important and no matter where an Asgardian resides they should have access to an Asgardian education. Asgardian History, Languages, Maths, and Science are a brilliant place to start, I would think. Language learning sites like Duolingo have a brilliant track record, for example. Also, distance learning programs like VIPkid and the ITV program are great "proofs of concept" for this idea.

Nov 10, 01 / Nov 14, 17 15:03 UTC

I support this, but not in this way, we need to develop our classes, we need to develop high tech equipment which develop the way of thinking of human and understand this real world.

yeah, education will be free for everyone with equality.

Asg 13, 02 / Jun 30, 18 18:18 UTC
Полностью с тобой согласен.
Nov 10, 01 / Nov 14, 17 16:06 UTC


Nov 11, 01 / Nov 15, 17 01:55 UTC

Educación de calidad

Nov 10, 01 / Nov 14, 17 22:37 UTC

I am a theoretical physicist, with strong basis in Mathematics and finishing my second Master degree on Astronomy and Astrophysics. We could do some free classes but also some "paid" classes. If we are into space, we should know physics and much more. It is necessary that every Asgardian has some minimum notions of Science...Price could be accorded. Free should not be confused with priceless.

Nov 11, 01 / Nov 15, 17 12:48 UTC

I support your idea and I will be glad to help.

Nov 12, 01 / Nov 16, 17 01:56 UTC

I think education is the most important thing anyone can share. I am a huge fan of this idea, signed!

Nov 12, 01 / Nov 16, 17 09:04 UTC

Education should be free for all. I agree to start with Asgardian History.  I would encourage all citizens to educate themselves as much as possible in the meantime.  Khan Academy is a good resource for learning math and science, it really helped me out when I was studying power engineering.

Nov 13, 01 / Nov 17, 17 00:03 UTC

I propose adapting the Virtu Dollar concept as the new Solar to pay for education and all services see more on how you pay yourself virtu dollars from your own observer on my blog.

Nov 13, 01 / Nov 17, 17 18:53 UTC

I wholeheartedly agree with this proposal. At the very least we could begin by providing links to resources that offer free, or cheap learning programs like Khan academy or Duolingo. From that foundation we can build an environment that encourages learning, and one day provide education ourselves.

Nov 14, 01 / Nov 18, 17 09:17 UTC

Well said and I think this is a good chance to break free from the old learning and grading system and innovate education to impart relevant and necessary skills for jobs and other things , this proposed University will not take grades as a sole criteria for admission and anyone can enroll given any educational background and study at their own pace with AR and VR modules for a full immersive learning experience

Nov 16, 01 / Nov 20, 17 10:19 UTC

Education should be promoted by curiosity, not obligations . The way I've experienced schools in the US, they tend to smother curiosity instead of spark it. Since leaving the school system, I've been able to learn and relearn so much that interests me on my own time. One question leads to another, then another, then you go down a rabbit hole of knowledge and before you know it you've got a new interest, hobby, or even a new career path to think about. School should focus on the natural human desire to learn, and not work like a conveyor belt churning out Students.

Nov 16, 01 / Nov 20, 17 10:20 UTC

Education should be promoted by curiosity, not obligations . The way I've experienced schools in the US, they tend to smother curiosity instead of spark it. Since leaving the school system, I've been able to learn and relearn so much that interests me on my own time. One question leads to another, then another, then you go down a rabbit hole of knowledge and before you know it you've got a new interest, hobby, or even a new career path to think about. School should focus on the natural human desire to learn, and not work like a conveyor belt churning out Students.

Nov 17, 01 / Nov 21, 17 19:21 UTC

I would rephrase this to something along the lines of "Open Source Institution of Learning".  Facilitate the transfer of knowledge from those who offer it to those who desire it. All with full transparency.

Nov 17, 01 / Nov 21, 17 22:13 UTC

It's good idea but who recognise the education delivered by Asgardia's schools ?

Nov 17, 01 / Nov 21, 17 22:16 UTC

and the lessons will be in English ?

so many issues .. :( but I vote in favor of this project )

Nov 20, 01 / Nov 24, 17 09:52 UTC

I agree with this idea completely. Any civilised society must have knowledge acquisition as a major pillar, the promotion and personal pursuit of curiosity. Not churning out clones to support narrow economic goals.

My background is in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, as such I would offer my services to help set up and run the appropriate departments to teach these essential subjects. The aim should be for a post scarcity society to benefit all citizens, and indeed the wider community of life.

Nov 21, 01 / Nov 25, 17 07:23 UTC

I fully support the concept of an educational institution within our society, however we should all be aware of the inherent risks associated providing this service for a cost. We have all witnessed the inherent unfairness of a two tiered educational system where only the rich can afford the best education. I believe education should be provide on the basis of cognitive ability rather than the size of the bank account, we will not progress as a society until we value intelligence over blind greed and religious dogma.

Nov 21, 01 / Nov 25, 17 07:23 UTC

I fully support the concept of an educational institution within our society, however we should all be aware of the inherent risks associated providing this service for a cost. We have all witnessed the inherent unfairness of a two tiered educational system where only the rich can afford the best education. I believe education should be provide on the basis of cognitive ability rather than the size of the bank account, we will not progress as a society until we value intelligence over blind greed and religious dogma.

Nov 23, 01 / Nov 27, 17 02:38 UTC

I believe that it should it should be a college for the arts too as much as science,history,technology,nursing and etc. I also feel as though it should not leave people with disabilities out or dumb them down due to their abilities. It should be no racism or bullying towards anyone on college grounds. Finally, everyone is able to get a job and form clubs.

Nov 23, 01 / Nov 27, 17 11:50 UTC

vurdum duymaz

Nov 24, 01 / Nov 28, 17 15:28 UTC

That's great idea I fully support you

Nov 24, 01 / Nov 28, 17 16:34 UTC

It's not only a great idea... It's already promised in "Terms of Service": "From time to time Asgardia provides Massive Online Open Courses ("Online  Courses") through different providers (e.g. Google, Udacity, Coursera,  etc.)". So, this is part of our new nation and MUST be made reality.

And about costs, Constitution of Asgardia says: "Science and art may be pursued freely in Asgardia, subject to the Constitution and laws of Asgardia."

Nov 26, 01 / Nov 30, 17 01:20 UTC

Hi. Pleasure to meet you. I identify as  Leo Rián.

Like Asgardia itself, a monetarily free and truly equitable education for all is an idea whose time has come. Apart from public health, what societal institution is a more accurate measure of its internal values than how it approaches the intellectual enrichment, mental edification and social preparation of its citizens?

And like Asgardia, an open and ubiquitously accessible education is something that many have balked at as fancy at best. Yet, Asgardia is real. It is real, because it is real in its consequences. Any system of education on a societal level will necesarily have its own consequences that stretch into perpetuity. If the thing stopping you is because of the notion that it just cannot happen yet or it is not prudent, I would encourage you today to think of Asgardia's genesis and the likely species-altering consequences it holds for our future.

Friends, we stand at the precipice. We have the chance, right now, to take positive, faithful steps toward a free education for all; an education whose most valuable treasure is not necessarily the fulfilling arts, amazing sciences and exciting endeavors it will champion, but instead the singular idea that life-long education as a freely offered, highly valued and inextricable component of humanity across the breadth of its diversity is in fact commonplace and normalized as a social imperative for our children and theirs beyond.

This is something worthy of a vision as vast and laudable as Asgardia.

Think on it.

Nov 28, 01 / Dec 2, 17 05:08 UTC

i read this to late.we mast have a education free..we are a nation of knowledge!.put this petition again, to suport all of us!!...sorry for my english jeje

Dec 3, 01 / Dec 5, 17 09:13 UTC

Please setup this project as soon as possible. The free university will be one of the only way to occupy the humans after they become obsolete due to technological advancement. We must train the population to be complementary to A.I

L'université gratuite pour tous, je vote OUI

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Dec 10, 01 / Dec 12, 17 17:40 UTC

This is a jolly good idea. I believe all education should be free as it is a basic Human Right.

Dec 10, 01 / Dec 12, 17 23:24 UTC

I support this idea, what about a kind of asgardiapedia? Where everyone could fill its own knowledge?

Dec 11, 01 / Dec 13, 17 02:11 UTC

Full support from my part :) It's in my platform and if I can help in anyways it would be a pleasure!

Dec 11, 01 / Dec 13, 17 14:24 UTC

Hi my Asgardian fellows!

Full support from me for this petition! In my country first i had a formal education at a mainstream university. After this i started to have virtual education in social sciences. I experienced virtual education can be very effective. Main concerns are to provide full free education with competent Asgardians and universal content of education.

On behalf of myself, i can give any support for Asgardian education. But the questions are if i am competent to give education? Or the education i, as an Asgardian, give will be standardized or not.  Language education may be standardized but how about social sciences or similar?

The point i want all of us to see is first a commision or that kind of group should be gathered and decide (also needed to be agreed by voting) the educational roadmap. After, we can all have roles in our free education system.

Dec 13, 01 / Dec 15, 17 04:27 UTC

Exactly! I agree wholeheartedly with you. One of its main objectives should be to create a conscious society.

Dec 18, 01 / Dec 20, 17 13:25 UTC

I support this idea thoroughly. I believe its an area governments of today have lost sight in. The more people on this earth that are educated the closer we come to scientific breakthroughs and hopefully the better chance each individual has of a better quality of life and access to a better occupation. Since were a space nation beginning with a space based class makes sense. But this idea is huge and our community has attracted many educated persons in various fields so hopefully are classes could be as varied. Science, maths, languages, politics, law, asguardia

Dec 19, 01 / Dec 21, 17 13:16 UTC

I support all which can have a link with the knowledge and any initiative which goes to the sense of sharing of this one. Nevertheless, why to reinvent the wheel? Could not concentrate us on subjects peculiar to our context? And thus develop an appropriate program...

Jan 6, 02 / Jan 6, 18 23:41 UTC
this is an amazing suggestion, and i support this. it's been a treat and experience to read all the responses. namaste all.
Jan 8, 02 / Jan 8, 18 00:01 UTC
Hello Startracker! Your vision is beautiful! We can learn from many innovators who have virtual classes accessible to all! For example, we can learn from KHAN of KHAN ACADEMY! His virtual lessons have been so helpful to many students world wide! If we were to unite different teachers to build our own curriculum I truly believe we can accomplish and achieve something amazing when it comes to education! I definitely offer my support to help create such a promising project!
Jan 10, 02 / Jan 10, 18 13:39 UTC
Very good. I support it !
Feb 8, 02 / Feb 5, 18 10:28 UTC
I also support it. Like platform MOOC
Feb 8, 02 / Feb 5, 18 17:31 UTC
I agree. We do need to begin the pursuit of establishing an educational system that aligns with the principles and goals of Asgardia. It really is in the best interest of all involved if a uniform educational system is established that transcends our current national boundaries and allows our citizens, regardless of where they are now on the terrestrial ball, the opportunity to increase in learning and wisdom.
Feb 10, 02 / Feb 7, 18 10:11 UTC
A very good idea. I'd like to propose a education fund too for Asgardians not being able to afford basic schools then can apply for. An institution for learning might very well be a good addition!
Feb 14, 02 / Feb 11, 18 10:59 UTC
hey.... How about creating a single curriculum package for all citizens.. but Education system not based upon competition... Instead let's design it based upon cooperation..... e.g. A student gets faster upgrade to higher class after he helps (say 2 or say 5 ) other fellows on a Small project/chapter/topic etc etc In fact we can design entire Asgardia functioning system on the merits of helping others ( A new DNA in our systems which ) will eventually eliminate all hatred/ discrimination etc !!!
Feb 14, 02 / Feb 11, 18 11:01 UTC
we can call it like collecting more "Social Points" on our profile by helping others!! The more points means more dependable a person is ( or more keen a student is ) :)
Mar 1, 02 / Feb 26, 18 02:48 UTC
Great idea let's begin it as soon as possible.
May 18, 02 / May 10, 18 16:57 UTC
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Jun 8, 02 / May 28, 18 20:38 UTC
Great idea! I really can't imagine a great future without free education for everyone.
Jun 17, 02 / Jun 6, 18 10:14 UTC
I just wrote a new post on my blog about this and found this post, i am a full supporter!!
Asg 7, 02 / Jun 24, 18 09:03 UTC
Each course will have to be translated into the 12 official languages, if we want to allow the largest numbers to study ....
Asg 10, 02 / Jun 27, 18 03:02 UTC
Asg 9, 02 / Jun 26, 18 14:48 UTC
This seems like a good idea!
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 10:14 UTC
That will be great!
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 10:55 UTC
Hi guys!!! When will we go to space? Я уже монатки собрал.
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 11:01 UTC
When we sold brown pants.
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 10:57 UTC
Почему удаляются коменты?
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 11:01 UTC
Азгардки, нужно объединяться уже на земле. Там тогда проще будет. Го в личку)))
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 11:05 UTC
Азгардки всего мира, не убоимся трудностей жизни в космосе, объеденимся и начнем пополнять популяцию нашей пока что еще маленькой страны! Ждем предложений!
Asg 11, 02 / Jun 28, 18 12:36 UTC
Asg 14, 02 / Jul 1, 18 15:05 UTC
Sim, esta é uma das idéias principais de nossa Nação, aprender, em todos os níveis do consciente a da consciência e em todos os conhecimentos possíveis...!!!Paz e Prosperidade ao Povo, aoReino e ao Rei!!!
Asg 16, 02 / Jul 3, 18 13:34 UTC
Asg 19, 02 / Jul 6, 18 13:13 UTC
I support this, it's such a great idea!
Asg 21, 02 / Jul 8, 18 10:33 UTC
You have my support!
Asg 21, 02 / Jul 8, 18 12:54 UTC
Asg 22, 02 / Jul 9, 18 06:03 UTC
great! idea
Asg 23, 02 / Jul 10, 18 08:23 UTC
Yes, our kingdom need it!
Asg 26, 02 / Jul 13, 18 14:04 UTC
such a great idea. I support you
Asg 27, 02 / Jul 14, 18 03:26 UTC
It is a necessity but its structure needs more variability to enable overall individual growth and development.
Jul 1, 02 / Jul 16, 18 21:36 UTC
I fully support this idea! We should provide various lectures, and programs which include quizzes, tests, and other supplemental materials. However, some concerns with this are the quality of the materials that are going to be taught as we don't want any false knowledge to spread around. Also, I think it would be cool if we had many classes translated into different languages.
Jul 18, 02 / Aug 2, 18 19:26 UTC
Free education pays back far more than it costs.
Jul 22, 02 / Aug 6, 18 08:22 UTC
Only the man have the key for share their own knowledge to himself. I agree whit this.
Jul 24, 02 / Aug 8, 18 04:11 UTC
Is this good idea. When all we say we can We can We can Suer we can have a good life
Jul 25, 02 / Aug 9, 18 13:12 UTC
I think that it's a good idea but not all asgardians speak english I've got a level low of english but i hope this project will reach far
Jul 26, 02 / Aug 10, 18 13:50 UTC
Excelente Idea!!!
Aug 8, 02 / Aug 20, 18 14:52 UTC
Esperanto como língua padrão de Asgardia seria muito útil.