The Small Print

Created 25-11-2015, Changed; 04-03-2020, 26-01-2016

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"The inconvenient truth" Al Gore the elected by number of votes and number of votes counted but never declared President of the United States of America in 2000.

    (challenge was made in time for the election to be declared accordingly but the politically appointed judges chose not declared Al Gore US president in 2000)

Commented about in Tunbridge Wells and made me laugh when I was told - Money Lender in the Temple (Mortgage Broker on the left) This was a Victorian stone built traditional church and it was redeveloped by the Rev John Banner about 20 years ago. The money lender was there for many years but in recent years has changed. A set of photos stitched were taken using a £1 Jenoptic point and shoot camera that was part of a £20 Dummy's guide on digital photography package.

I will call human law breaking and the accompanying get out; "Ah But".

 The Ah but's come when someone is faced with there lie. We are so used to them, using and saying them every minute of the day the lie is not seen. 

So my interpretation of this is that "Wisdom" has be substituted by the word "Knowledge" and that this spin is commonly done by clever-ish humans. The meaning is don't use your wisdom to work out an excuse. That is Thou shalt not ...... and in reply Ah but ........ 

The Bible also has another primary rule to resolve this habit of humans to find an excuse and not do it. So once the rule is broken it is not all lost because;

To deal with this one I am going to have to set up a few things. The Bible is full of laws to back up the one primary directive in Genesis which is to not kill.

But in nature also Human's anatomy comes from our monkey ancestors and looks identical. What is best for us is Fruit, Veg, Nuts, Beans, Seeds and probably insects. Thereby the one supports the other.

These inconvenient truths are not seen in the same way that an advanced alien would not understand why a human does not understand something normal and trivial. Very well portrayed in early TV series Dr Who, Space Museum - very cleverly written and skilfully acted portrayal of a hardly noticeable to a time traveller aberration of the time machine that is astonishing beyond anything the 3 humans from different times periods could imagine. See The Space Museum In the Second episode of the first story The Doctor's Granddaughter Susan is surprised that her school teachers don't understand that the machine must travel in space and time because its inner dimensions or the machine are bigger on the inside than it's outer dimensions.