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Sunday, October 7th 2012, 7:28am

Jacque Fresco - Science and Social Change - Change is a Continuous Process (1980)

Clip from Jacque Fresco's Classic Lecture Series, (1b) "Science and Social Change" - February 16,1980. ( 03:15 )


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Sunday, October 7th 2012, 8:29pm

ready for proofreading! :)

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Sunday, August 4th 2013, 8:03pm

starting

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Tuesday, August 6th 2013, 9:15pm

done with a couple notes

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Friday, January 10th 2014, 1:31am

timeshifting this one ;-)
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Friday, January 10th 2014, 5:54pm

Timeshifting completed and several corrections in the english. Here are the changes applied, so you know what was there before i changed it. Anyway, the old SRT is in attachment :thumbup:

[color=#000066]1
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I am just trying to show you that the need

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is able to always have human beings to do the work, we don't.[/color]

I think he says: that the need is that we always have...



1[color=#000066]0
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What I am trying to say to you that if you understand these mechanisms that are coming.
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The future; the present doesn't look too good.[/color]

Should be a coma and not capitalized in the next string. He seems also to loose himself after 'future;' and that is why (...) seems more suitable there instead of (;)



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and look at that world and, oh no, fucking Fresco and his building, and around, and they are allowed.[/color]
will look at that world and "oh no, fucking Fresco and his building... and were round...", and they are allowed

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and were round...", and they are allowed[/color]

and were round..."; here they're out.

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Here is the new way, there is no utopia, no finality; that man has an infinite journey into change.[/color]
Suggestion: "Here is the new way!" There is no utopia, no finality; that man has an infinite journey into change.


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about being, in fact, we say that[/color]
about being... In fact, we say that


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a wood house in the country with chickens, that is a fixed set.

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And once you get that, you're dead.[/color]

...that is a fixed set,
and once you... (No starting sentences with 'And'?)



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Imagine if had your country house with chickens, your two favorite horses if you like that life,[/color]
became:
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Imagine if your house in the country with chickens,

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your two favorite horses if you like that life,



Great short talk!! Really cool! Lots of stuff to correct though. 3 minutes of video was an eternity :tongue:

Changes applied. Watch out with my poor English, Mr P2 ;)

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Sunday, April 5th 2015, 3:53pm

The Sappy Ea$ter Marathon continues!
OK, Analysis and PR-2 SRT file attached; ready for push out and FR.

This one was fairly tame and cleaned up well; per the analysis there was only a small handful of 70+ char lines.
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Sunday, April 5th 2015, 9:04pm

And this project is now ready for a final review

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Wednesday, May 6th 2015, 8:19pm

Final Review underway

I'll work on this one next @brunodc:

Thank you for keeping it all moving forward.
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Saturday, May 9th 2015, 1:33am

Final Review is completed

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The only changes I made were in a few punctuation marks (semicolons vs. commas).

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