Monday, July 29, 2013

Are invented numbers unconstitutional?

  I wish this were my original piece but like the post before this one, they aren’t.. Good food for thought though. Why aren’t they teaching this is School? Because government wants to control you? Why else would a government take control of education and not teach who we are as a people and as a nation and teach what the foundations of what made us so great as a nation?


It is my belief that the supreme court in its position of the separation of church and state, the biggest fabricated lie, did it to subvert our very foundations, exchanging the inalienable rights of a Creator for the fact that rights now come from government. It isnt hard to see what has happened since and through the ignorance of the people and their blind trust in the government, they bought it, hook, line and sinker! - q=Pinkerton+v+Verberg&hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=s&prmd=ivnsb&ei=ho9ITqDTGM2tgQfwrsG5Bg&start=10&sa=N&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=f6623b2f76b8b870&biw=1440&bih=769 



                Legislators do include some uneducated, evil, sadistic, and malicious people. Since the early vague speed-related laws were struck down, legislators have resolved on a different approach. We'll call it the Galileo approach. Invent a law that says the earth is flat! Invent a law that is not consistent with nature. Invent a number! Throw darts at a board, and say "that's the speed limit!!" Amazingly, all the darts seem to end on numbers ending with a 0 or a 5!! Call this "reasonable" (a word in law to be distinguished from "scientifically accurate"). As the range of numbers in nature is different than that, the arbitrary and capricious invented numbers are thus unconstitutional on their face! The Galileo defense.

                In Montana , when its unconstitutional system was repeatedly struck down in court, the legislators did the right thing, decided to stop passing unconstitutional laws. . . . . In your dreams! . . . . . . No, not a chance of that! Instead they passed a new law, an invented number. And in Nevada recently, when the speed limit issue came up, a bill was snuck through in the last hours of the adjourning Legislature, setting a non-fact-based invented number. Legislator "universal malice" and unconstitutionality still rule!

                Understand that it is "reasonable" to declare the earth flat. It is just not scientifically correct. Calling the earth flat is "reasonable" inasmuch as in any particular place, many places on the planet, it has that appearance, and calling it flat "works." For many practical purposes, "flat" is "reasonable." But recognize, that "reasonable" is incompetent and malicious, far too low a standard, allowing for what in science is in fact gross error.

                The old flat earth argument against the round earth notion still, to the uninformed, is "reasonable." The round earth argument says the earth is about 24,000 miles around at the equator. The day is 24 hours long. Round earth advocates are claiming the earth is spinning 1,000 mph.

               Said the flat earth advocates in rebuttal, 'the wind from that high a speed air blast would knock us all down. We find no such wind in nature. Wherefore the round earth advocates are in error. The earth IS flat!!' And, 'if you drop something, it lands beside you, not some distance significantly behind you!' Naturally, these arguments were, at the time, persuasive, in showing the "reasonableness" of the flat earth notion.

                Some might say, since Galileo, legislators, city councils, officials have gotten more sensible. Human nature among officals has magically changed. Officials are all now scientists, have a Sc.D. degree, and ALL without exception adhere rigorously, solely and exclusively to what is scientifically determined, and that only.

                Oh, is that so? You offer a rebuttal, it is untrue and foolish to think that politicans all have science degrees! and adhere strictly to science facts.

               Is it really true that legislators don't just invent numbers!! Sadly, you'd be right. Nothing has changed since the Galileo case, and his investigation and observations of Nature. Politicians still invent things, especially speed numbers, invariably slow! Let's do like Galileo, look at nature. Let's look at a few speeds occurring in nature.






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