What I notice is that viki staffmembers decided to do this project by contacting random people from french community. It would have been great, with some professional conscience from them, to think about: why not make a public request after everything that has happened lately? Anyway, it was sure the community would find out one day. Too bad it’s still something we learn ourselves, not through the authority that is supposed to promote and allow group cohesion.
And I think Irmar is right. There is nothing to feel proud about of having been chosen for such survey, since they certainly chose randomly, without much knowledge of the qualifications of this contributor. In any case, I know one thing, they did not choose to send this message to the oldest and well known French contributors. I am sure that I will not receive this request, I do not even wonder why… What is a pity, is that by doing that, they are penalized too.
In any case, the relevance of their survey is greatly reduced, in the simple idea that: they have no sufficient capacity to be able to decide on the skills of a participant. One can also think that the number will allow their investigation a certain “average” If they can find enough people, because they seem to choose their participant. Which COMPLETELY skews a study. But these are not investigative professionals, we can see that.
That said, I’m absolutely not worry. Although technology is accelerating rapidly, one thing I am sure of is that we are very far from obtaining efficient and 100% good translation software. For the simple good reason, that a communication is based on two things: literal message + what surrounds the message. There are also other very simple reasons specific to French language: feminization/masculinization, form of a sentence… In addition, the first language should be perfectly translated in order to avoid confusion on the computer. But, you know it guys, each language has its own untranslatable singularity.
Well, why does the human speak? Langage was created for the only purpose of being able to communicate with each other, thereby creating society. On the other hand, we can see that in the current societies that we have, capitalism is slowly killing us. When I say kills us, it’s literally the case. We can clearly see what is currently going on with the pandemic. This is what happens when we give more importance to money than to human subjectivity: humans die.
And the worst thing here is that we bring this to ourselves. Humans destroy what is most important for them, compared to all animals: subjectivity, consciousness.
I watched a report a few days ago on developing countries, with incredible cultures but which are poor: these people were incredibly happy amidst poverty. They had no fridge, no store. But they had one pond for fishes. They literally lived together and not, each on its own. When I think of the fact that after 4 years in my place of residence, I still haven’t met my neighbors once… But let’s go back on the subject. I really wondered if it was better not to live in this kind of place rather than in the pseudo-technology-money-greed society that we created here. Money clearly does not make people happy. Thank you to these sincere and happy people whom I have been able to meet in these reports. True happiness is not that. I have cherished false happiness for a long time now. I think it is time for me to travel a little more, after the end of this health crisis of course!
Conclusion: Wall-E movie was our future. Fortunately, it will not be the whole humanity.
Ps: yes, I like to open topics. Because, ultimately, we realize that these subjects are broader. Like an illness, one looks at the symptoms in order to stir up the real illness. Unfortunately, today and we thank the DSM-Stupid 1million version, we treat one symptom by one symptom without taking into consideration the whole person. This causes many therapeutic problems, especially in terms of medication: one medication per symptom, each medication can self-cancel. The biggest problem: we don’t treat the disease. And we no longer treat a person, we treat a symptom. Bye bye human being.