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Jacque Fresco
Born (1916-03-13) March 13, 1916 (age 100)
Brooklyn, New York
Residence Florida
Occupation Futurist,[1] social engineer,[2] structural engineer, architectural designer, industrial designer, author, lecturer
Known for The Venus Project, resource-based economy ideas.
Notable work Looking Forward[3] (1969), The Best That Money Can’t Buy[4] (2002)
Website www.thevenusproject.com

If we really wish to put an end to our ongoing international and social problems we must eventually declare Earth and all of its resources as the common heritage of all the world's people.
Jacque Fresco
What is needed is the intelligent management of Earth's resources. If we really wish to put an end to our ongoing international and social problems, we must eventually declare Earth and all of its resources as the common heritage of all the world's people.
Jacque Fresco
Earth is abundant with plentiful resources. Our practice of rationing resources through monetary control is no longer relevant and is counter-productive to our survival.
Jacque Fresco
Today we have access to highly advanced technologies. But our social and economic system has not kept up with our technological capabilities that could easily create a world of abundance, free of servitude and debt.
Jacque Fresco
It takes a different value system if you wish to change the world.
I don't believe in the Great Man theory of science or history. There are no great men, just men standing on the shoulders of other men and what they have done.
Jacque Fresco
Man, in the collective sense, is the hero of science. Man, in the collective sense, is the hero of Earth.
Jacque Fresco
I don't get upset if people think I'm crazy. If you go to a mental hospital and someone calls you a name, would you get upset? Of course not. Well, that's the way I think about the world. They don't know any better.
Jacque Fresco
Whatever happens in the world is real, what one thinks should have happened is projection. We suffer more from our fictitious illusion and expectations of reality.
Jacque Fresco