AMERICANS ARE fascinated with lists. There are lists of just about anything you can name, from the Fortune 500 to baseball batting averages. There's even a book of lists. We especially like to...
'Brave New World,'" appeared in the Feb. 1, 1996 issue of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
When a Nobel physicist asked NASA why it had lowered the space shuttle's design standards, he was told: "We hadn't had any accidents."
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