Intrinsic or inherent beliefs.
We are full of them and it.
The history books are full of them so therefore we are full of them and it!
If it’s taught in the educational establishments of the world it has to be correct,right?
What is preached, has to be true, our respected tutors have told us so, we’ve likewise all perused tomes preaching the undeniable facts. It is all so unquestionable.
Long before computer science and the electrical programming was around, thousand of years before the the Ukadians devised that Colossus at Bletchley Park! We were being calibrated, subliminally conditioned to slip into our assigned slots.
Most felt quite pleased with themselves, 11 plus, Gcse’s, diploma here diploma there, batchellor this Doctorate that.
Books and Teachers have been around for a long time, somebody realised a very long time ago that the human mind is very susceptible and basically quite stupid.
You must show your working’s out!
Animal farm is not a joke
Work it out, use some savvy, which is really programmed the computer or the programmer hence the computer user.
As an example
The Taboo on smoking.
The following are known to be harmful and are in tobacco smoke!
You will note that Ammonia does not merit an asterisk, but also does not appear in the diesel poison list below, which is quite surprising as its inclusion would be a beneficial!
There are over 7,000 chemicals in cigarette, cigar or pipe smoke.
To produce this smoke you have to burn the Tobacco.
Doh! thats so obvious!
However you also have to burn fossil fuels to power most horseless chariots. Don’t even, misuse your intellect by citing electric vehicles!
Here cum de con?
The con culminated or really started with the introduction of lead free fuel as opposed to leaded fuel.
But the foundations were initially laid down with the base petrol in the early days of the automobile!
When all the parameters are studied, there appears to be no difference whatsoever between the two derivatives.
Maybe Mr full scam emerged with the invention of a non-essential piece of rubbish named the catalytic converter and the manufacturers thereof.
Parenthetically did you know that the cat con verter doesn’t kick in until the engine reaches a certain temperature, which usually takes about fifteen minutes.
Also after about 15,000 miles, they are completely knackered and need to be changed, apparently they can’t be cleaned or reconditioned. So its so bunged up its impossible to clean!
I wonder what it’s bunged up with?
What follows are a few the more poisonous components emitted from diesel exhausts, the same, I am sure, would also be applied to petrol engines, if the relevant information was available.
acetaldehyde* same as Acetylene *
dioxins and dibenzofurans
methanol–methyl ethyl ketone*
Benzo -pyrene A
polycyclic organic matter
An immense amount of infections are bracketed under “smoking related diseases” every year this list grows more and more, being cited for just about everything we pop our clogs with.
When they get to crossing the road to get a packet of fags and getting run over by a lorry , then we will have inadvertently and accidentally really hit on the true cause of the cancer plague! However, surely this would be better formatted under the Combustion Engine Related Diseases. As this is definitely preventable and this is without including the 1.3 million average annually killed on the worlds roads.
However maybe people would belatedly question why ?
Tobacco tax grossed the government c.12.5 Billion pounds in 2013, a very substantial amount I am sure you will agree.
When fuel at the pumps was £1.30 a litre
The base cost was 50p per litre.
The VAT was 22p per litre.
But the fuel duty was 58p.
Since 1937 there has been no direct relationship between the tax and government expenditure on public roads.
The 1903 act passed the responsibility of gathering the tax from the inland revenue to the county councils. Even then they didn’t want to actually do anything for the tax they purloin. Nothing changes.
In 1903 the annual road tax was £1 for a car and 5/s for a motorcycle.
This was paid to the county councils who actually did maintain the roads and remained this way until 1974, then the government saw “rip-off”.
More acts in 1909 & 1910