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THE TRUTH ABOUT FICTION*

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Fiction: n. a recorded imaginary concept(s) which can contain a fact(s)

Fictional writings can be very inspiring because they mix imaginary scenarios with facts which seem real enough from personal experience. The net result of fictional writing may be bordering on the unbelievable as evidenced by popular science fiction writing.

Imagination abounds in sci-fi. Breaking physical laws with time travel, traveling faster than the speed of light, and having magical powers of a supernatural entity are all themes which dominate the science fiction landscape.

Fiction can be verbose tedious reading and if you don’t love reading the traditional way and are spoiled by instantaneous communications then the future of fictional writing seems bleak for future generations.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT TORTURE*

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Torture: n. inflicting severe pain and/or discomfort on a lifeform(s)

Torture can extract the truth or lies or nothing at all or it can extract a combination of truth and lies. What part of the extraction is the truth and what part lies is unknown to the interrogator. Yes, torture can make you admit to being guilty of the most henous crimes but whether those admissions are truthful is still an unanswerable question.

Hopefully the tortured will reveal some truth along with lies and if you check out all the possibilities then you may be able to separate fact from fiction. The truthful facts can potentially be used to avoid terrorist plots or connect the tortured victim to some if not all of his or her compatriots or coconspiritors.

I am not an advocate of torturing with cruel and unusual punishment but I can possibly justify it in extreme emergency situations where many innocent lives may be at stake due to a nuclear bomb which will go off in 24 hours. If the source of the info is a human or humans with an outstanding reputation for honesty and there is a high probability that they are probably right that they know the human who knows the location of the nuclear bomb then I may arrest the alleged perpetrator with terrorist connections and possibly use torture to extract the location information if they don’t reveal it voluntarily.

Realistically this is a nightmare scenario and I don’t believe in torturing humans to find out where they planted a conventional bomb to go off. I would follow the alleged perpetrator and prosecute them only after the bomb actually went off and caused death and found strong physical evidence to support the accusation. Humans can be set up or framed for crimes they never committed so if the human has an impeccable reputation mere hearsay is not enough to arrest them.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT DECEPTION

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Deception: n. communicating a fiction(s) causing a belief in an untruth(s) and/or (an irrelevant action(s) mixed with a relevant action(s) and/or (an omission(s)) and/or a concealment(s)) which causes a belief in an untruth(s)

Deceptions with omissions frequently come in the form of promises too good to believe and don’t tell you that you are being suckered into a no win situation. A Power Ball lottery promising 100 million dollars doesn’t tell you that the odds against you are a 175 million to one and effectively you can’t win for all practical purposes.

Stocks with yearly returns of 18 percent or more don’t tell you that at any moment they can go belly up and you lose all your money or that they are in fact hidden Ponzi schemes which will destroy your investment when new suckers run out.

Not stating all the relevant facts is a form of concealment but a more popular business deception is putting in unwanted obligations in fine print which is an attempt at concealing important facts.

Deceptive communications are not the only way to deceive. Sometimes a deceptive business man or woman will show their expensive home, cars, and yachts which are actually rented to convince you that an investment in his or her idea is a good deal with large payoffs. An irrelevant display of wealth makes you more likely to do something stupid out of sheer greed or excessive desire to get a big payoff for minimum effort.

Magicians using deceptive hand and body motions, mirrors, and other technological means can trick you into believing what seems impossible to do at first glance.

Authors of fiction using some facts and much imagination may actually convince you that certain plots are believable and exist with high frequency in society. Fiction can actually cause you to believe in an altered reality filled with miracles or highly improbable events and correspondences.

Because there are so many deceptions, myths, and lies in society, everyone is a victim of some of them and the predators are probably laughing all the way to the bank or have been successfully elected to political office.

Big lies are not really deceptions but they can convince humans of untruths with miraculous claims. Claiming that a salve is just as good as a surgical face lift and that you can lose 10 pounds in one week  on a special diet are just a few of the blatant lies used by the cosmetics and exercise industry to con you out of your money.

If an offer sounds too good to be true then seriously check for inflated claims, omissions, concealments, and lies which are probably deceptive attempts at parting you from your hard earned money. 

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