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For now we remain newbies, novices, taking to space in our little pods without our gravity, and bringing our frail and fallible bodies with us.
Many cases also hinge on imperfect technology and fallible digital evidence that could undermine prosecutors’ claims.
The ruling reflects the principle that news organizations, staffed by fallible human beings, will sometimes get things wrong and must be allowed to do their jobs with some protections from punishment.
I shall therefore, in my effort to prove the Bible fallible, quote almost wholly from Christian critics.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
With individual operations controlled by fallible men enormous waste is inevitable.
But to assume that human laws are above question, is to claim for their fallible authors infallibility.
The first assumption puts our Savior on the basis of a fallible human teacher, and nothing more.
Most of the figures are therefore carried over from winter to winter in the memories of fallible men.
I was convinced, but of course I cannot be sure of a conviction, attained by fallible reason.
Yet all of them were very human and very fallible, and all came very short of the ideal of duty.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 2GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS

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