Scientific American and fansubbers help video spread in Hungary


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I don’t know about most, but I’ve gotten by pretty well in Budapest and its environs without speaking a word of Hungarian.


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Your decomposing body does not make Freon. Freon is a brand name that is owned by Dupont. It is not even one chemical, but rather a family of chemicals. Since they used chemical names in the rest this is strange, especially for a scientific publication. R-22 is chlorodifluoromethane R-12 is dichlorodifluoromethane. Both were sold as Freon,Genetron, and many other brand names.There were many others like R-502, R-500 R-11.


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Mine does.


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'twas my initial thought too. Then I realised how Budapest-centric that was. Yes, the majority of people in and around the capital probably do speak Hungarian, but drive out of town for just 45 minutes and ask for directions. I double dog dare ya!

edit required: “probably do speak English”. OF COURSE they probably speak Hungarian. yeeeesh!


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I hope they used an accurate translation.


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