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Posted on: October 29th, 2012 by Bill

Nothing is as blind or discriminates like personal opinion.  When you assemble a group of engineers or owners, each will speak passionately about how their system is superior to the other, either in design or nuanced detail.  And that passion is typically fueled by their history, habits and worries.  What most don’t recognize is that [Read more]

Posted on: August 31st, 2012 by Bill

I’m going to apologize to my readers for this one – it’s long and mathematics-based.  But it does assert that there’s math to refute or support certain design or operatational habits.  Here’s what happens when you spend a lot of hours on plane and you have smart and challenging colleagues to kick some ideas around [Read more]