Causality https://engineered.network/causality en-us The Engineered Network The Engineered Network causality@engineered.network The Engineered Network No Causality, Engineering, Cause and Effect, Design Causality Chain of Events. Cause and Effect. We analyse what went right and what went wrong as we discover that many outcomes can be predicted, planned for and even prevented. The Engineered Network causality@engineered.network Chain of Events. Cause and Effect. We analyse what went right and what went wrong as we discover that many outcomes can be predicted, planned for and even prevented. Chain of Events. Cause and Effect. We analyse what went right and what went wrong as we discover that many outcomes can be predicted, planned for and even prevented. No episodic Fri, 1 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +1000 hourly 1 https://engineered.network/img/causality/causalityfeed.png Causality https://engineered.network/ TEN RSS Generator 23: Kipton The Engineered Network No No When two trains collided head on at Kipton, Ohio in 1891, it was a wake up call for the railroad industry in North America whose impacts would be far-reaching and would lead to a new timekeeping standard that was … When two trains collided head on at Kipton, Ohio in 1891, it was a wake up call for the railroad industry in North America whose impacts would be far-reaching and would lead to a new timekeeping standard that was unprecedented. When two trains collided head on at Kipton, Ohio in 1891, it was a wake up call for the railroad industry in North America whose impacts would be far-reaching and would lead to a new timekeeping standard that was unprecedented. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-23-kipton https://engineered.network/causality/episode-23-kipton With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 01 Sep 2018 06:00:00 +1000 When two trains collided head on at Kipton, Ohio in 1891, it was a wake up call for the railroad industry in North America whose impacts would be far-reaching and would lead to a new timekeeping standard that was unprecedented. Podcasts 00:50:40 Causality 23 Kipton full The Engineered Network
22: Chernobyl The Engineered Network No No The largest nuclear incident in human history released an estimated 400 times the radioactive material compared to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It all happened because of a test that was delayed by one shift, or was it the … The largest nuclear incident in human history released an estimated 400 times the radioactive material compared to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It all happened because of a test that was delayed by one shift, or was it the ultimate inevitability of a flawed reactor design? The largest nuclear incident in human history released an estimated 400 times the radioactive material compared to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It all happened because of a test that was delayed by one shift, or was it the ultimate inevitability of a flawed reactor design? https://engineered.network/causality/episode-22-chernobyl http://engineered.network/causality/episode-22-chernobyl With John Chidgey.

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Sun, 08 Jul 2018 16:00:00 +1000 The largest nuclear incident in human history released an estimated 400 times the radioactive material compared to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It all happened because of a test that was delayed by one shift, or was it the ultimate inevitability of a flawed reactor design? Podcasts 00:50:40 Causality 22 Chernobyl full The Engineered Network
21: Milford Haven The Engineered Network No No A turning point in control systems user interface design and alarm management happened in an unlikely place that few have ever heard of. We look at what went wrong at Milford Haven. A turning point in control systems user interface design and alarm management happened in an unlikely place that few have ever heard of. We look at what went wrong at Milford Haven. A turning point in control systems user interface design and alarm management happened in an unlikely place that few have ever heard of. We look at what went wrong at Milford Haven. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-21-milford-haven http://engineered.network/causality/episode-21-milford-haven With John Chidgey.

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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 06:00:00 +1000 A turning point in control systems user interface design and alarm management happened in an unlikely place that few have ever heard of. We look at what went wrong at Milford Haven. Podcasts 00:35:17 Causality 21 Milford Haven full The Engineered Network
20: Stava Dam The Engineered Network No No On the 19th of July, 1985 in Tesero, Northern Italy, a tailings dam gave way and killed 268 people. With the most common tailings dam design in the world, what went wrong and how widespread are the risks? On the 19th of July, 1985 in Tesero, Northern Italy, a tailings dam gave way and killed 268 people. With the most common tailings dam design in the world, what went wrong and how widespread are the risks? On the 19th of July, 1985 in Tesero, Northern Italy, a tailings dam gave way and killed 268 people. With the most common tailings dam design in the world, what went wrong and how widespread are the risks? https://engineered.network/causality/episode-20-stava-dam http://engineered.network/causality/episode-20-stava-dam With John Chidgey.

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Sun, 25 Feb 2018 06:00:00 +1000 On the 19th of July, 1985 in Tesero, Northern Italy, a tailings dam gave way and killed 268 people. With the most common tailings dam design in the world, what went wrong and how widespread are the risks? Podcasts 00:21:45 Causality 20 Stava Dam full The Engineered Network
19: Smiler The Engineered Network No No In 2015 at Alton Towers in the UK, The Smiler Rollercoaster experienced a major incident leading to severe injuries for multiple riders. We look at how pressure to get the ride running again and mis-communication … In 2015 at Alton Towers in the UK, The Smiler Rollercoaster experienced a major incident leading to severe injuries for multiple riders. We look at how pressure to get the ride running again and mis-communication defeated the system designed to protect the riders. In 2015 at Alton Towers in the UK, The Smiler Rollercoaster experienced a major incident leading to severe injuries for multiple riders. We look at how pressure to get the ride running again and mis-communication defeated the system designed to protect the riders. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-19-smiler http://engineered.network/causality/episode-19-smiler With John Chidgey.

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Thu, 23 Nov 2017 06:00:00 +1000 In 2015 at Alton Towers in the UK, The Smiler Rollercoaster experienced a major incident leading to severe injuries for multiple riders. We look at how pressure to get the ride running again and mis-communication defeated the system designed to protect the riders. Podcasts 00:20:00 Causality 19 Smiler full The Engineered Network
18: The Fog The Engineered Network No No In 1952 a fog in London left 4,000 dead in just 4 days but many more would die before the causes could be rectified. Worse than that, it had happened before and it’s happening again right now, somewhere else. In 1952 a fog in London left 4,000 dead in just 4 days but many more would die before the causes could be rectified. Worse than that, it had happened before and it’s happening again right now, somewhere else. In 1952 a fog in London left 4,000 dead in just 4 days but many more would die before the causes could be rectified. Worse than that, it had happened before and it’s happening again right now, somewhere else. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-18-the-fog https://engineered.network/causality/episode-18-the-fog With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 15 Sep 2017 06:00:00 +1000 In 1952 a fog in London left 4,000 dead in just 4 days but many more would die before the causes could be rectified. Worse than that, it had happened before and it’s happening again right now, somewhere else. Podcasts 00:20:03 Causality 18 The Fog full The Engineered Network
17: Three Mile Island The Engineered Network No No On March 28, 1979 Unit 2 of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in the United States of America an incident would lead to a partial reactor core meltdown. Many blamed the operators for stopping the reactor cooling system … On March 28, 1979 Unit 2 of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in the United States of America an incident would lead to a partial reactor core meltdown. Many blamed the operators for stopping the reactor cooling system but the real root causes showed a known flaw in the design and alarm flooding had blinded the operators to what was actually happening. On March 28, 1979 Unit 2 of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in the United States of America an incident would lead to a partial reactor core meltdown. Many blamed the operators for stopping the reactor cooling system but the real root causes showed a known flaw in the design and alarm flooding had blinded the operators to what was actually happening. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-17-three-mile-island http://engineered.network/causality/episode-17-three-mile-island With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 03 Jun 2017 06:00:00 +1000 On March 28, 1979 Unit 2 of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in the United States of America an incident would lead to a partial reactor core meltdown. Many blamed the operators for stopping the reactor cooling system but the real root causes showed a known flaw in the design and alarm flooding had blinded the operators to what was actually happening. Podcasts 00:32:31 Causality 17 Three Mile Island full The Engineered Network
16: Tenerife The Engineered Network No No In 1977 on the small island of Tenerife two 747 Jumbo Jets collided on the runway in poor visibility. A miscommunication clearly occurred, but even today, the same elements still exist and it could happen again. In 1977 on the small island of Tenerife two 747 Jumbo Jets collided on the runway in poor visibility. A miscommunication clearly occurred, but even today, the same elements still exist and it could happen again. In 1977 on the small island of Tenerife two 747 Jumbo Jets collided on the runway in poor visibility. A miscommunication clearly occurred, but even today, the same elements still exist and it could happen again. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-16-tenerife http://engineered.network/causality/episode-16-tenerife With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 11 Mar 2017 07:30:00 +1000 In 1977 on the small island of Tenerife two 747 Jumbo Jets collided on the runway in poor visibility. A miscommunication clearly occurred, but even today, the same elements still exist and it could happen again. Podcasts 00:28:45 Causality 16 Tenerife full The Engineered Network
15: Sampoong Department Store The Engineered Network No No The Sampoong Department Store in South Korea collapsed in 1995 killing over 500 people. The investigators were shocked to find just how many rules had been broken but the true root cause might have been something more … The Sampoong Department Store in South Korea collapsed in 1995 killing over 500 people. The investigators were shocked to find just how many rules had been broken but the true root cause might have been something more innocuous. The Sampoong Department Store in South Korea collapsed in 1995 killing over 500 people. The investigators were shocked to find just how many rules had been broken but the true root cause might have been something more innocuous. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-15-sampoong-department-store http://engineered.network/causality/episode-15-sampoong-department-store With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 28 Jan 2017 06:00:00 +1000 The Sampoong Department Store in South Korea collapsed in 1995 killing over 500 people. The investigators were shocked to find just how many rules had been broken but the true root cause might have been something more innocuous. Podcasts 00:27:36 Causality 15 Sampoong Department Store full The Engineered Network
14: Concorde The Engineered Network No No The Concorde was the first commercially successful supersonic aeroplane that flew for nearly 25 years without a fatality and was considered the safest aeroplane in the world at the time until it crashed. The incident … The Concorde was the first commercially successful supersonic aeroplane that flew for nearly 25 years without a fatality and was considered the safest aeroplane in the world at the time until it crashed. The incident ended the lives of 113 people and it ultimately ended the Concorde itself. The Concorde was the first commercially successful supersonic aeroplane that flew for nearly 25 years without a fatality and was considered the safest aeroplane in the world at the time until it crashed. The incident ended the lives of 113 people and it ultimately ended the Concorde itself. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-14-concorde http://engineered.network/causality/episode-14-concorde With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 23 Dec 2016 06:00:00 +1000 The Concorde was the first commercially successful supersonic aeroplane that flew for nearly 25 years without a fatality and was considered the safest aeroplane in the world at the time until it crashed. The incident ended the lives of 113 people and it ultimately ended the Concorde itself. Podcasts 00:25:06 Causality 14 Concorde full The Engineered Network
13: Costa Concordia The Engineered Network No No A near-new modern cruise liner with all the navigational aids and maps struck rocks and sank killing over 30 people and the man most responsible still walks free today. A near-new modern cruise liner with all the navigational aids and maps struck rocks and sank killing over 30 people and the man most responsible still walks free today. A near-new modern cruise liner with all the navigational aids and maps struck rocks and sank killing over 30 people and the man most responsible still walks free today. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-13-costa-concordia http://engineered.network/causality/episode-13-costa-concordia With John Chidgey.

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Sun, 13 Nov 2016 17:10:00 +1000 A near-new modern cruise liner with all the navigational aids and maps struck rocks and sank killing over 30 people and the man most responsible still walks free today. Podcasts 00:24:32 Causality 13 Costa Concordia full The Engineered Network
12: Mont Blanc Tunnel The Engineered Network No No The Mont Blanc tunnel cut hours off the journey between Italy and France and in 1999 in a fire emergency services were unable to save 38 lives. We look at why. The Mont Blanc tunnel cut hours off the journey between Italy and France and in 1999 in a fire emergency services were unable to save 38 lives. We look at why. The Mont Blanc tunnel cut hours off the journey between Italy and France and in 1999 in a fire emergency services were unable to save 38 lives. We look at why. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-12-mont-blanc-tunnel http://engineered.network/causality/episode-12-mont-blanc-tunnel With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 30 Sep 2016 06:00:00 +1000 The Mont Blanc tunnel cut hours off the journey between Italy and France and in 1999 in a fire emergency services were unable to save 38 lives. We look at why. Podcasts 00:23:04 Causality 12 Mont Blanc Tunnel full The Engineered Network
11: Flint Michigan The Engineered Network No No For decades Flint Michigan derived safe drinking water from Detroit. When the supply was switched to save money a series of events unfolded and their supply became undrinkable. How could this happen? For decades Flint Michigan derived safe drinking water from Detroit. When the supply was switched to save money a series of events unfolded and their supply became undrinkable. How could this happen? For decades Flint Michigan derived safe drinking water from Detroit. When the supply was switched to save money a series of events unfolded and their supply became undrinkable. How could this happen? https://engineered.network/causality/episode-11-flint-michigan http://engineered.network/causality/episode-11-flint-michigan With John Chidgey.

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Sun, 03 Jul 2016 19:30:00 +1000 For decades Flint Michigan derived safe drinking water from Detroit. When the supply was switched to save money a series of events unfolded and their supply became undrinkable. How could this happen? Podcasts 00:26:45 Causality 11 Flint Michigan full The Engineered Network
10: The Comet The Engineered Network No No The Comet was the worlds first commercial jet aeroplane and those that flew aboard it formed the so-called JetSet. When they started to crash, the world of aviation changed forever. The Comet was the worlds first commercial jet aeroplane and those that flew aboard it formed the so-called JetSet. When they started to crash, the world of aviation changed forever. The Comet was the worlds first commercial jet aeroplane and those that flew aboard it formed the so-called JetSet. When they started to crash, the world of aviation changed forever. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-10-the-comet http://engineered.network/causality/episode-10-the-comet With John Chidgey.

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Sun, 05 Jun 2016 22:00:00 +1000 The Comet was the worlds first commercial jet aeroplane and those that flew aboard it formed the so-called JetSet. When they started to crash, the world of aviation changed forever. Podcasts 00:24:10 Causality 10 The Comet full The Engineered Network
9: Hindenburg The Engineered Network No No The largest airship ever constructed burst into flames when trying to land in 1937 in New Jersey in what has become one of the most striking disasters of modern times. The largest airship ever constructed burst into flames when trying to land in 1937 in New Jersey in what has become one of the most striking disasters of modern times. The largest airship ever constructed burst into flames when trying to land in 1937 in New Jersey in what has become one of the most striking disasters of modern times. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-9-hindenburg http://engineered.network/causality/episode-9-hindenburg With John Chidgey.

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Wed, 27 Apr 2016 20:57:00 +1000 The largest airship ever constructed burst into flames when trying to land in 1937 in New Jersey in what has become one of the most striking disasters of modern times. Podcasts 00:27:18 Causality 9 Hindenburg full The Engineered Network
8: Challenger The Engineered Network No No The Challenger Space Shuttle was directed to launch on the coldest day on record in Florida and 73 seconds after launch it exploded but the engineers saw it coming. The Challenger Space Shuttle was directed to launch on the coldest day on record in Florida and 73 seconds after launch it exploded but the engineers saw it coming. The Challenger Space Shuttle was directed to launch on the coldest day on record in Florida and 73 seconds after launch it exploded but the engineers saw it coming. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-8-challenger http://engineered.network/causality/episode-8-challenger With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 11 Mar 2016 06:00:00 +1000 The Challenger Space Shuttle was directed to launch on the coldest day on record in Florida and 73 seconds after launch it exploded but the engineers saw it coming. Podcasts 00:37:12 Causality 8 Challenger full The Engineered Network
7: Piper Alpha The Engineered Network No No The Piper Oil field in the North Sea became the site of one of the worst Offshore Oil Rig disasters in history when Piper Platform Alpha went up in flames. The Piper Oil field in the North Sea became the site of one of the worst Offshore Oil Rig disasters in history when Piper Platform Alpha went up in flames. The Piper Oil field in the North Sea became the site of one of the worst Offshore Oil Rig disasters in history when Piper Platform Alpha went up in flames. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-7-piper-alpha http://engineered.network/causality/episode-7-piper-alpha With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 12 Feb 2016 06:00:00 +1000 The Piper Oil field in the North Sea became the site of one of the worst Offshore Oil Rig disasters in history when Piper Platform Alpha went up in flames. Podcasts 00:28:35 Causality 7 Piper Alpha full The Engineered Network
6: Amagasaki The Engineered Network No No The Amagasaki rail crash was entirely caused by human error but was it a fear of punishment by the company that was ultimately the cause. The Amagasaki rail crash was entirely caused by human error but was it a fear of punishment by the company that was ultimately the cause. The Amagasaki rail crash was entirely caused by human error but was it a fear of punishment by the company that was ultimately the cause. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-6-amagasaki http://engineered.network/causality/episode-6-amagasaki With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:20:00 +1000 The Amagasaki rail crash was entirely caused by human error but was it a fear of punishment by the company that was ultimately the cause. Podcasts 00:23:06 Causality 6 Amagasaki full The Engineered Network
5: Maccabiah The Engineered Network No No The 15th Maccabiah Games in 1997 had a temporary bridge for the opening ceremony. The world was shocked when it failed and it did so on every level. The 15th Maccabiah Games in 1997 had a temporary bridge for the opening ceremony. The world was shocked when it failed and it did so on every level. The 15th Maccabiah Games in 1997 had a temporary bridge for the opening ceremony. The world was shocked when it failed and it did so on every level. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-5-maccabiah http://engineered.network/causality/episode-5-maccabiah With John Chidgey.

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Thu, 24 Dec 2015 03:15:00 +1000 The 15th Maccabiah Games in 1997 had a temporary bridge for the opening ceremony. The world was shocked when it failed and it did so on every level. Podcasts 00:22:25 Causality 5 Maccabiah full The Engineered Network
4: Titanic The Engineered Network No No The Titanic famously sank on her maiden voyage with a huge loss of life. No ship is unsinkable. The Titanic famously sank on her maiden voyage with a huge loss of life. No ship is unsinkable. The Titanic famously sank on her maiden voyage with a huge loss of life. No ship is unsinkable. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-4-titanic http://engineered.network/causality/episode-4-titanic With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 12 Dec 2015 07:15:00 +1000 The Titanic famously sank on her maiden voyage with a huge loss of life. No ship is unsinkable. Podcasts 00:26:14 Causality 4 Titanic full The Engineered Network
3: Fukushima The Engineered Network No No What went wrong with Fukushima 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011. What went wrong with Fukushima 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011. What went wrong with Fukushima 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011. https://engineered.network/causality/episode-3-fukashima http://engineered.network/causality/episode-3-fukashima With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 14 Nov 2015 06:15:00 +1000 What went wrong with Fukushima 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011. Podcasts 00:44:46 Causality 3 Fukushima full The Engineered Network
2: Don't Roll on Me The Engineered Network No No Roll cages in cars are supposed to improve safety but do they actually cause the problem they're trying to protect you from? Roll cages in cars are supposed to improve safety but do they actually cause the problem they're trying to protect you from? Roll cages in cars are supposed to improve safety but do they actually cause the problem they're trying to protect you from? https://engineered.network/causality/episode-2-don-t-roll-on-me http://engineered.network/causality/episode-2-don-t-roll-on-me With John Chidgey.

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Sat, 31 Oct 2015 05:15:00 +1000 Roll cages in cars are supposed to improve safety but do they actually cause the problem they're trying to protect you from? Podcasts 00:25:36 Causality 2 Don't Roll on Me full The Engineered Network
1: BP Texas City The Engineered Network No No The BP Texas City Oil Refinery disaster in 2005 shocked the world. With safe-guards in place and lost-time injury rates so low, how could so many people be killed in a wholly preventable disaster? The BP Texas City Oil Refinery disaster in 2005 shocked the world. With safe-guards in place and lost-time injury rates so low, how could so many people be killed in a wholly preventable disaster? The BP Texas City Oil Refinery disaster in 2005 shocked the world. With safe-guards in place and lost-time injury rates so low, how could so many people be killed in a wholly preventable disaster? https://engineered.network/causality/episode-1-bp-texas http://engineered.network/causality/episode-1-bp-texas With John Chidgey.

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Fri, 16 Oct 2015 22:00:00 +1000 The BP Texas City Oil Refinery disaster in 2005 shocked the world. With safe-guards in place and lost-time injury rates so low, how could so many people be killed in a wholly preventable disaster? Podcasts 00:51:15 Causality 1 BP Texas City full The Engineered Network