CES Ethics 1

CES Ethics 1 - in these scenarios, discovering what the...

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To knowingly send an imperfect space shuttle into space would be outrageous, even for  consideration.  Thousands of tests may be run here on Earth, but there is no way to know for  sure what will happen once the shuttle is launched until it actually happens.  Why risk innocent  lives when the process to fix the problem would be so simple to accomplish?  The hardest step 
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Unformatted text preview: in these scenarios, discovering what the problem actually is, has already been overcome! We know that the O-rings contain specks of unmixed rubber, we dont know for sure what type of additional risk these specks may cause, and we know exactly how to fix it. We need new O-rings, speck-free....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CES 102 taught by Professor Stephan during the Fall '06 term at Clemson.

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