posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 05:34 PM
I was going to say something about technology (there is a polymer that when heated becomes a ceramic, a simple of coating of that would solve the
But looking at the Navy's collisions, thinking of some of Zaphod's crash reports, and how little things can create major problems if over looked, I
feel that process complacency is the real root of the problem.
You do a thing a million times it becomes boring. Then, all it takes is one time and then all h3ll breaks loose.
Root cause analysis is what it is called. We do post mortems on computer systems so no aircraft falling from the sky but nearly all the time it is
because somebody did not follow their standard operating procedure because, "I already know how to do that" is their attitude. SOP keeps you from
having to memorize things. "Step 1 - Unload fasteners into painting machine. Step 2 - Load primer into paint machine. Step 3 - Set paint machine to
Yeah, a bit robotic but there is no complacency. eta: Or it is reduced.
edit on 2-11-2017 by TEOTWAWKIAIFF because: eta