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Thursday, April 4th 2013, 9:12pm

As I understand it, God is a part of the system (immanent in the system), because he (or she) would make supply and demand come to equilibrium. God is the 'invisible hand' that is inherent in the system, as postulated by Smith.

I don't know... how do you see 'imminent' tie into the context?

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Friday, April 5th 2013, 1:33am

Upon closer review and checking definitions you are RIGHT oh Squire of Lizards!

My mistake, I stand corrected, and immanent it is. Wow, two very close-sounding words, eh?
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Friday, April 5th 2013, 2:53pm

Alright, everything has been applied to the WL and the RL. Thank you, MR_B, for this detailed revision of the movie.

Languages that have translations as of the time of this revision of the English transcription:
In the Working Location ( http://dotsub.com/view/aa14042d-a091-44c0-861f-1d2acefb7c4f ): Afrikaans[33%] , Arabic[96%] , Bosnian[99%] , Bulgarian[99%] , Chinese (Simplified)[100%] , Chinese (Traditional)[100%] , Croatian[99%] , Czech[100%] , Danish[99%] , Dutch[99%] , English[100%] , Estonian[98%] , Finnish[100%] , French (France)[100%] , German[100%] , Greek[100%] , Hebrew[99%] , Hindi[5%] , Hungarian[37%] , Indonesian[2%] , Italian[99%] , Japanese[7%] , Latvian[99%] , Lithuanian[93%] , Macedonian[99%] , Mongolian[99%] , Norwegian[100%] , Norwegian, Bokmål (Bokmaal)[99%] , Polish[99%] , Portuguese (Brazil)[100%] , Portuguese (Portugal)[100%] , Romanian[99%] , Russian[100%] , Serbian[99%] , Slovak[100%] , Slovenian[99%] , Spanish[100%] , Swedish[100%] , Thai[27%] , Turkish[99%]

In the Repository Location ( http://dotsub.com/view/8dc8f084-4aff-4257-a98c-767451b5fc24 ): Arabic[96%] , Chinese (Simplified)[100%] , Chinese (Traditional)[100%] , Croatian[99%] , Czech[100%] , Dutch[99%] , English[100%] , French (France)[100%] , German[100%] , Lithuanian[93%] , Norwegian[100%] , Portuguese (Portugal)[100%] , Russian[100%] , Spanish[100%] , Turkish[99%]

These languages would need to check their translations to see if they correspond to the revised English original. If changes in the translation are required, then simply apply them in the WL. If your language is in the Repository, you would need to also make a ToDo, so that the translation in the Repository can be replaced with the one in the WL. (Note: these detailed instructions may become outdated in the future. Post in this thread if you are unsure what to do to get your revised translation in the 'official' channels.)

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