The following exercise has two parts. The first one is easy, while the second might take you some more time and thinking.
1.- Mark the box you consider right (True / False), from each of the images below.
2.- Explain what you base your answers on.
It’s not about the movie, but I’d like to apply the concept of simultaneous events adding their forces to create a major one, which consequences will be further more than just the sum of the outcomes of each of them, separately.
An airplane brought down would be an example of such conditions, since being safety measures in commercial aviation more than redundant, the only possibility for such a terrible catastrophe to happen, is the coincidence of many factors at one time, since one of them, even some of them, would not be enough to cause the disaster.
It would be a great exercise to find the “perfect storms” that happened to mankind all through its history, in order to try to prevent future ones occurring, taking out, obviously, those caused by natural forces.
I would say that in the past, scale was a factor that had it’s benefic impact: when two cultures engaged in a war, Continue reading