Why Accidents are Rarely Accidental

Friday, July 11, 2008

Accidents may not be all that accidental after all, according to Marc Gerstein, author of the new book Flirting with Disaster. He says that disasters like Chernobyl, Hurricane Katrina, and the Challenger explosion weren't accidents, but could have been avoided if preemptive action had been taken.


Marc Gerstein

Comments [2]

Steve (the other one) from Manhattan

In New Orleans they call it the federal flood.

Jul. 11 2008 01:21 PM

Let's add Global Warming to the disaster list.

Jul. 11 2008 12:55 AM

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