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Final Review: Di (3/22/2012) 
 
Jacque Fresco-Language in Transition, Research, Animal Testing, Energy Comparison-Oct 25, 2011 - Proofing Notes
 
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Every vaccination that you get has been tried on animals
 
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You say "Well, maybe we can build an artificial blood circuit."
 
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and people say "Well, I don't believe in killing animals."
 
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they want to know what the figures are
 
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what kind of new materials can we develop
 
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that they can stop us from putting it up
 
00:51.310- 00:54.442 - As long as 'subject to interpretation' language
00:51.310- 00:54.442 - As long as there is subject to interpretation language - shouldn't it be like this? Yes, I agree, GJ ! 
00:54.770 - 00:59.240 - you're going to have wide variations in human conclusions.
 
01:58.670 - Talk about the role of research in the future in this type of society. How would the findings of behavioral research influence society? - is he commanding him to talk? I think there's a word missing for the recording that could be one of the examples underneath: 
You/There is/We talk about the role of research in the future in this type of society. How would the findings of behavioral research influence society? 
 
09:18.330 - 09:20.300 - So if you standardize
09:20.480 - 09:23.971 - windows and everything else in the mid-buildings [and] so forth - (I think he says this 'so forth' but I'm not sure. Doens't really matter if the word's left out I think? 
09:24.296 - 09:25.900 - the cost is les
 
Good job, everyone!  I mostly removed those introductory words (so, and) and cleaned up some run-on sentences.