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In the video, Dr. Paulo Muzy discusses how social media has led to an increased sense of impunity, as people feel they can say whatever they want online without consequence. He argues that people need to have a sense of fear and shame when they're online, in order to keep the virtual tribunal that we create online in check. To illustrate his point, he shares an anecdote about his neighbor Sérgio, who he once saw with a swollen ear. Paulo didn't know how to react, so he just said thank you and left.

  • 00:00:00 According to the video's presenter, Dr. Paulo Muzy, many people don't seem to be adapting well to social media, and this is because they don't understand that social media is a digital extension of their home lives. Consequently, they often make inappropriate comments on social media because they don't understand that it's an extension of their personal space. This leads to an increased sense of impunity, as everyone is acting as a judge all the time. The presenter offers a solution: people need to have a sense of fear and shame when they're online, and they need to be prepared to react in a way that is appropriate to the situation. Otherwise, the virtual tribunal that we create online will be unchecked. Dr. Paulo Muzy also shares an interesting anecdote about his encounters with his neighbor, Sérgio. Sérgio always opens the door for Paulo when Paulo comes home, but one day Paulo noticed that Sérgio's ear was swollen. Paulo is a pacific person by nature, so he wasn't sure what to do. In the end, he just said thank you and left. Paulo then shares his thoughts on the current state of human development and how the internet has made people much more aggressive and wanton. He talks
  • 00:05:00 The idea behind this video is to do some exercise to help improve one's karma. It's good because it gets you moving more quickly, and because that's the kind of exercise you get from aerobics. I don't know if you've ever had that experience, but if you were to steal something, for example, you might be able to climb up a ladder and steal something for just a half hour, and then you look at your watch, and it only took you 12 seconds, but for some reason, it feels like it's been hours. And then, all of a sudden, it's only been 13 minutes. And then, after an hour, the time has passed. To explain what this mystery means, let me tell you about a bicycle made out of 75% of its maximum oxygen consumption. The people who are doing this are not companions, they're doing it on their own. And that's good because you get to have company now, because you're going to be doing this with people. And when you can talk to the people at the farm, that's when things start to get interesting. Some people may disagree with me, but I respect people who have different opinions from me. What this doesn't mean is that

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