Staying Ahead of Murphy

Staying Ahead of Murphy

If anything can go wrong, it will. — Murphy’s Law This simple phrase is by far the most important axiom in engineering and, for that matter, any technical field. At its core, Murphy’s Law depicts a very cynical and cruel view of how the world works. Nature itself is portrayed as man’s adversary — an […]

Partain the Talent Drain

Partain the Talent Drain

No one was shocked or surprised when Richard Roundtree took over as Richmond County sheriff that he installed his former boss from the Richmond County BOE Public Safety Department Pat Clayton as his chief deputy. It was the first time that anyone can remember a sheriff going outside the department to bring in a chief, […]

Denying Progress

Denying Progress

The history of science is littered with periods where a grand consensus of individuals champion incorrect theories. For nearly 2,000 years, no one challenged Aristotle’s “statement of fact” that heavier objects fall faster. Galileo disproved that during the 16th century. How about the absolute fact that the Earth is the center of the solar system? […]