Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

From: Carl Sandom < >
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 18:08:04 +0000

Tenuous, and the SNR on this list is bad enough without me adding to it so I'm unsubscribing as it cost money to deal with other people's personal correspondence.

Best Regards

From: systemsafety-bounces_at_xxxxxx Sent: 27 January 2014 14:15
To: 'systemsafety_at_xxxxxx Subject: Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

I , of course, meant King Alfred…

Sent: 27 January 2014 14:14
To: 'systemsafety_at_xxxxxx Subject: Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

King Arthur issued some of the earliest safety laws; for example, he specified penalties for lending weapons that were subsequently used for ‘man-slaying’. One could draw a parallel with more-recent legislation setting penalties for providing equipment into someone else’s workplace that subsequently causes death or injury…

Sent: 27 January 2014 13:36
Subject: Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

And the contribution of this thread to systems safety is.......?

Best Regards

Sent: 27 January 2014 12:41
To: Peter Bernard Ladkin; RICQUE Bertrand (SAGEM DEFENSE SECURITE) Cc: systemsafety_at_xxxxxx Subject: Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

Amateur? I see myself more as a recently fledged professional who happens to need a day job writing about electronics

Felt it would be unfair to point out that it wasn't just Normandy that was part of the lands claimed by the English Crown Half of modern France came under English rule in 1154 with the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine to Henry, later Henry II, Their sons included Richard Couer de Lion.

Unfortunately for Anglo-French relationship from then on, others in France disputed this ownership and this lead, indirectly,to the hundred years war and the succession of wars thereafter.

I won't rise to Peter's bait on breakaway service though!

On 27/01/2014 11:34, Peter Bernard Ladkin wrote:

Dick is being amazingly restrained on English Crown history. Quite belies his claim to be an amateur

historian :-) I reminded Bertrand that the Crown of England and of France only gave the latter bit

back in 1802, having been asked politely by Boney. And of lots of other things too, privately. Vive

l'entente cordiale! Which translates into German as a corduroy duck.

On 1/27/14 10:54 AM, Dick Selwood wrote:

... You forgot to mention SNCF- partner in Eurostar and bidding to run the East Coast

mainline from London to Edinburgh

With SNCF and DB running two thirds of British railways between them, service can only get better.....

PBL Prof. Peter Bernard Ladkin, Faculty of Technology, University of Bielefeld, 33594 Bielefeld, Germany

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