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I looked around the internet and tried to translate my school motto.

Original:  scientia futurum vestrum

I Got: knowledge,science,skill : absurd : your(s)

I rearranged it and got : Your absurd science(Knowledge, Skill)

If anyone could tell me if this is a correct translation, it would be much appreciated. Anyone know Latin?

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"Knowledge, forever for all" or "For all knowledge, forever"  been awhile but it's close anyway.

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Thank you very much. I was wonder what that meant for a while, and I think I might write an article about it.

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I.d get a better translation then mine. It's been about 40 years and my latin is a wee bit rusty.


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