Casual Causality: Beyond Proximate Cause; or, The O-Ring Syndrome Revisited

An accident is an event that is fortuitous and unforeseen. That’s how life works. Yet we try to figure out what we did to deserve it and why we didn’t see it coming. But if we can figure it out, then it was not an accident. We might know how, but we can’t know why.Continue reading “Casual Causality: Beyond Proximate Cause; or, The O-Ring Syndrome Revisited”