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Sunday, October 7th 2012, 7:07am

Jacque Fresco - Religious or Scientific Approaches - June 2, 1979

Excerpt from Jacque Fresco's Classic Lecture Series - "Religious vs. Scientific Approaches" - June 2, 1979. ( 9:57 )


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Wednesday, November 7th 2012, 10:36am

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 5:39pm

I'll do proofreading round 1

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 7:54pm

ok, this one is going to be very complex.


00:01.031
00:03.627 "You just married in that family, just like married in something,"


You have to listen very, very closely because he's actually saying: "You're just married, you're in that family. Just by marrying the son of a bitch!" And he continues in the next few seconds of the video.

I've heard him say something similar to this in other talks. He's basically going to say that it is fine to get 'something from nothing' or from far less because many of us were born with the advents of the technological advancements of our ancestors.

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 7:57pm

00:12.446
00:14.288 "well, my daddy paid for it!" I said "well then you got that for nothing."

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 8:04pm

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00:45.903 "If you were born (?). See, you know calling muck, you understand?"



If you were born 'in India?'

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 8:06pm

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"So, getting things for nothing is not fair. It does not hurt anybody."



he says 'bad' 'getting things for nothing is not bad'

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 11:15pm

I'm not going to post every single correction because this one is a real mess.

02:08.015
02:12.088 "He can tell you how much appliance were available there for 10 thousand years,"


he says "He can tell you how much the planets would vary in their orbit in next 10 thousand years,"

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Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 11:19pm

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02:32.470 "What's matter with no prison, what is the police for? You see that?"




"What's matter with them, they're clean. He said "there's no crease in it." He said "what's the crease for?" "

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