Jacque Fresco-names, resource management, semantics, revolutionaries-July 26, 2009
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But if the guys name is Euripite Sneed. That doesn't tell you a thing. Jacque Fresco the J-A-C-Q-U-E doesn't stand for anything. So if these letters stood for areas of interest, do you know what I mean? Botany, Chemistry; symbols -- New symbols, you'll have a new name: Symbol 34D, whatever it is. That will tell you what the person's like instead of you saying "Where do you come from?", "Where were you born?", "What are your area's of interest?" Their name will tell you that. I'm an aeronautical engineer. You know what that is. I'm an aerodynamysist, I'm a chemist. You know what that means. So if a guy comes up, says, I'm a chemist, and I'm D4. That tells you a lot. If a guy says, "well, I'm just a painter, and I paint whatever I feel like painting." Well, that doesn't tell you very much about the person. So I would say the names of people will tell you all about them in the future. Otherwise, it becomes cumbersome. If you want to manage the earth intelligently, you can't go on inventing Latin names for a flower that's three feet long. No - guy feels good, cause he composes it of Latin symbols. In medicine, they have that too. You know. And also, remember, we speak in sentences because we have to take a breath. But if we had a turbo lung, you know what that means? Where air came in all the time, you wouldn't have to speak in sentences. Or write in sentences. Cause we run out of air so we can -- and then we say something else, see? You understand what I'm getting at? So, I would say if there's any real advanced civilizations that can travel millions of light years through space - they would have come to something like that. Instead of words being abrupt they'd be [imitates consecutive speaking] -- Like that, rather than "the man and the ship", cause you have a tongue and you cut, clip things. But the future of communication will be more like a song. Now I did want to say at this time that birds don't sing. They make noises that we call "song-birds". That's all projection, human projection. They say "you can collect bird songs, by the way" - you know, but birds don't sing, they're not out there, singing away, they just make those sounds. Like my mother sees an ant and says "He's going home to feed its young." - I say, "how do you know that?", "how do you know it just didn't feed its young?" - you know, my mother used to project a lot in things. A lot of people do. Next question. Okay. Going back -- Did I answer your question? Yeah, yeah. The riots will grow, prisons will grow, and prisoners will be executed more than typical, because they can't feed them all. You understand? Or, they'll be slaves. They'll be leased out to corporate places to work for nothing. Alright, my concern with the whole collapse thing is I think some people get -- think its going to be really, really bad, let's say: the riots are so bad - the fundamental systems go down; say, the electrical grid, so on and so forth... Well the electrical grid supplies electrical energy for many purposes. There will be groups of people that will knock out one leg of a main tower and it falls over, and power's out from L.A. to San Francisco. Revolutionary types of the future will be intelligent people too. So I'm saying revolutionaries pick up clothes, and anything. But a guy with a machine gun today can hold back 25 revolutionaries. As machine guns have a laser beam on you, and you press the button, you don't waste any bullets. Because when you're aiming, that doesn't mean you're gonna hit the guy but the laser beam is on the same line as your barrel. So guns will become more effective. Do you understand? I'm not upholding this, I'm just telling you that a smaller army and navy can do a better job. Now, if China, France, and North Korea become technically advanced which is highly improbable, really technical -- Japan is, if they become that - then they'll work on computerized systems to jam military computers. Not build a lot of airplanes, and battle ships. That's the old way. But if you jam military computers, they can't operate anything. You don't need Armies, Navies, you understand what I'm talking about? This is what the Pentagon ought to be now. All electronic jamming systems. Only, major. And how to detect where its coming from. And if a missile fires at another country, a portion of that trajectory is measured, and the launching equipment follows that trajectory. But if you can generate false trajectories, all that stuff - you can do a hell of a lot of damage. I don't know how much farther the Japanese will go. I don't know if they are into Robotics or into jamming systems. The Japanese have a fear of what China might do, or what North Korea might do. But I don't know whether the Japanese in control of the military know what's essential to back. We don't know what's essential. Systems engineering would be essential. But politicians wouldn't know that unless they have a scientific advisory board, and a scientific advisory board is as developed as a culture. You understand? Conservative scientists seem to dominate. In this kind of culture. Radical scientists, according to uh, Goddard, you know who Goddard was? The American rocket scientist. He said, he wrote, many times that you don't talk about rockets in scientific circles. You're looked upon as a radical. You know? Impractical, dreamer. Do you understand? He wrote that, and he always said that when I go to scientific circles, I can't talk about it. Cause they ridicule me. So, is there such a thing as a scientist? I don't believe so. I believe there are people who are scientifically-oriented by their culture up to the limit of what their culture gives them. If they were scientific, they would immediately ask about the culture how it operates. They don't even look at the highways, its inefficient. Their commercial products, highways, automobiles, what the question is is - "Distribution of resources to people in the most efficient manner." That's the problem. So obviously there is no such thing as a scientist - from my point of view. You understand? A scientist wouldn't be engaged in particle behavior. While the Earth's falling apart. He would immediately turn his attention to protection of the environment and when he said "we don't have enough money to build antibodies for all the known diseases" - but do we have enough resources, he says "yeah", than what the hell are you doing raising funds for? Do you know what I mean? That's why I say "I can't conceive of a scientist, today". I don't say there are none, I haven't met any. Have you? Scientists that are social? That say the only problems is the insufficiency of our social design. That's where the problems are. Now, I don't know if you understand what I'm saying. Do you? "Yeah" Okay I'm reading up on something here, what I'm concerned about is if there is a major collapse - and we have loss of fundamental systems, wouldn't that be harder to create abundance? and also You won't be able to create it. Right. So - I don't know what the future will be Okay All I can say is "Probably we'll kill each other" But I can't live with that. So I speak out. I don't say the future will be this and people say "How long from now do you see this scientific world?" I don't know that. That's not up to me. If you put me in charge, I can tell you that. But if they are in charge, how can I tell you that? I can't tell you what the future will be. I can tell you what the trends are - that's about all. I can tell you what the future of computers will be if we don't kill each other. But if we kill each other, there is no future. If we poison the air, and the oceans. And if we use artificial pumping into animals to make them grow faster, you might lose your population - due to diseases, cancers, rapid multiplication of cells, so if you could multiply the cells in a chicken faster, you can sell it sooner. But does that have an effect on the human body? They don't worry about that. They worry about the sale of chickens. But if they don't go far enough they'll kill themselves due to ignorance. When I use the term ignorance I don't mean they're stupid. I mean they just haven't been taught what is essential. I've never met anyone that knew what the hell was essential. They use words like city planning. I don't know what the hell that means, if it means there is a school in every district or you have to drive to school or if there are more schools in the residential district, upper middle class? In other words, when they say "All men are created equal." that bothers me. I told you some are thin, some are heavy some have better eye sight than others. I don't know what that means. But, I think they're trying to talk about equal opportunity and I know that doesn't exist. If you don't have the money to go to college, the words "Equal Opportunities" mean nothing.
Duration: 10 minutes and 7 seconds
Country: United States
Producer: The Venus Project
Director: The Venus Project
Posted by: tzmofficial on Oct 10, 2012
Continued talk from 7-26-09 covering resource management, scientists, semantics, revolutions, and environmental protection.
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