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In this YouTube video, Marc Vidal discusses the history of the red flagger norm on motorized vehicles and how it restricted innovation and usage of vehicles. He also talks about the possible impact of new technologies on society and how law enforcement policies can limit progress. Vidal discusses the challenges facing society, such as financial power loss, inflationary crisis, and the obstacles created by the administration. Finally, he proposes the red flagger as a solution to these problems.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, Marc Vidal discusses the ridiculous norm of the red flagger in the past and how it affected the innovation and usage of vehicles at the time. The norm required a human to operate a motorized vehicle and was responsible for controlling it. Although the norm was prevalent for years, it eventually became obsolete with the advancement of newer technologies such as the steam engine. Additionally, the norm posed a serious threat to Those using the roads, as the noise of the machines drowned out the sounds of horses and caused accidents. The norm also imposed strict limits on the velocity of vehicles, the weight, and the number of drivers, and required them to carry a red flag to signal their position.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the topic of how law enforcement policies are affected by advances in technology. The speaker points out that regulatory policies that were developed in the past to address specific concerns have limited the ability for innovation to take place. The speaker uses the example of the New York Times' coverage of the use of the motor car as an application that was deemed legal but ultimately eliminated the utility of a potentially innovative invention. The speaker further argues that current political candidates are timid and cautious in opposition to new innovations due to fear of being ostracized by society. The speaker concludes with a commentary on the entertainment warm up period several marketers experience while awaiting approval from government regulation.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, Vidal discusses the current state of society and how it has lost its financial power, but the loss of dignity and freedom is equally significant. He also talks about problems with education and how it has become difficult to distinguish between crisis and inflationary crisis. Vidal also highlights the administration being an obstacle to progress and mutual avoidance among the people when it comes to accepting the crisis. He suggests that public entities should be involved in stimulating economic activity, rather than just relying on subsidies and aid. Vidal argues that the country's current situation is challenging, with an interventor state that tries to accommodate people's way of living in a subvencionated environment, making it comfortable; however, it impedes prosperity, and the future does not look promising unless changes are made. The red flagger is the solution he proposes to solve these problems.

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