Sit back and do nothing

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Sit back and do nothing

Our instinct is to fix bugs when we come across them, but sometimes that can cause more harm than good.

The 1986 accident at Reactor Number 4 at Chernobyl is possibly the most famous nuclear accident in history. What is less well known is that the trigger for the accident (although not the root cause) was the testing of a safety backup system. Ironically, by testing if they could safely shut down ...

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