Below the Nexus Table is the future, full-blown, simple Super Brainbee:
a one-page, universal, public problem-solving tool of democracy
and a lifehour-based accounting tool for better capitalism
for all nations, all states and all localities.


Nexus Table of Problem-Solving Per Nation, State and District (Your NtStDdd Code)

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Nation State: District: Postal:
Account Revu/Change
     Anti-CO2-Sinning
Boycotts
BumperStickers
Donate '2-fers'
Endow Education
     Feedback (bugs/links)
Homesteading (status)
Interviews
Jobs at Timism
    Champions
    Elementarists
    JobsApply
    Managers
    Self-Jobs
     Timism Theory
Plebiscites of Timism
    401ks: Biggest Bank Robbery
    529s: A Ponzi Scheme
    CO2 Killer Molecule
    Constitutional Amendment
    Personal Democracy
    Speed Of Light
    Tax Re-Timing
    Youth Wisdom Forum
     Payables
Refinance 13
Trade Lifehour Credits
University Vote Status
     VoteTime Ballot Sample Generate

Email: ... Password: (change) ... (change)

US Lifehours Created: Credits: ... Warrants: (Earn Lifehours)

Super Brainbee for Public Problem-Solver
(Super Brainbee for Private Problems(t.b.a.))

Index of Terms and Concepts

Seven Steps or less to fewer problems in your world  (Examples)
Select Relevant Levels to Your Interest and Concern--skip others. See examples below and Level Rights.
The Super Brainbee interfaces with the ballots created by Votetime for inexpensive, transparent eletion day voting.

Focus: Inform (Brainbees) Executive/Legislator ... Record Time/Cash ... Election Primaries

#1 Item (Issue/Individual) selection (details)

#2 National Units

State and Local Options (if needed)

#3 State 2-letter code:

#4 Type: FedUp FedLo StateUp StateLo
Authority County Municipality None

State Division Number: optional

#6 Email:
#7 Password:

Select secure payment:

Please report Super Brainbee problems--lifehour credits provided.

Examples

The Universal Problem-Solver has existed for a long-time. The first brainbee was proved out by the employees of AESOP in 1989 using Touch-tone phones.It was offered to Ross Perot when he ran for President 1992--see Dallas Morning News Ad.

IPaddr: 54.158.39.172