Serendipity and Risk One of the great challenges for traditional safety is the problem of uncertainty, unpredictability and luck. I have written before about luck: https://safetyrisk.net/good-luck-to-the-luck-deniers/ https://safetyrisk.net/do-you-believe-in-good-and-bad-luck/ … [Read more...] about Serendipity and Risk
Who Gives a Toss? The current cricket test is between Australia and England and they play for ‘the ashes’ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ashes). I guess people in Europe, USA and non-English parts of the world would find it hard to believe that two teams can play a game that goes for 5 days and … [Read more...] about Who Gives a Toss?
It's a Great Goal, it Just Doesn't Work Everyday a man walks down the street of a small country town in South Australia and waves his arms about squawking like a parrot, he has been doing this for several years. One day a visiting policeman sees him and asks him what he is doing. 'It's easy' he … [Read more...] about It’s a Great Goal, it Just Doesn’t Work