Gongol.com Archives: November 2017
Laudable: "[L]et's create a system for the humans instead of trying to adjust the humans to the system." They've decided that it's better to look at the root causes of accidents than to hope they can fix human beings. This is the way a lot of professions ought to operate -- build better systems instead of forever hoping that human beings can be perfected.
Every profession, trade, or craft needs to know from whence it came. Economics is perhaps in need of this more than most, since it's such a constructive field with such a (relatively) short history as a science.
Labor-saving devices in and around the home probably play at least a partial role. Will new ones on the horizon create even more family-based leisure time?
Iowa doesn't have a whole lot of big highway contractors
History has left some weird results in its wake