the propensity for certain common mistakes by people; the making of an error as a natural result of being human
New drivers get in accidents due to human error.
Three Mile Island was a result of human error, unlike Japan.
But human error on railway systems across Europe should never contribute to accidents.
Nuclear experts expressed concern about human error and fatigue.
There were also crashes not due to either mechanical or human error but to a lack of warning of dangerous conditions.
Despite the Vietor pointing the human error, the shifting accounts has created some mistrust on what really went down.
The beginning is supposed to anticipate the end, as a revelation not yet distorted by human error.
The history of medicine is really a history of human error and of human discovery.
We had better keep Mr. Flint in mind through the New Year as a symbol of human error and disappointment.
There are portions filled with tales of human error and fallibility.
Miracle is only a creation of the imagination, and should be discarded as a human error.