Re: MOVIE REVIEW: K19: The Widowmaker
In a message dated 8/15/02 7:52:38 PM Mountain Standard Time,
holmegm -at- attbi -dot- com writes:
>When one of the crewmembers first sees that an important instrument
>is not working properly, he taps it with his finger instead of
>referring to official written procedures. This failure to consult
>the documentation early on will have fatal consequences for some
>members of the crew.
>The emergency procedures manual is read aloud to the crew, but does
>not contain information on fixing a malfunctioning nuclear reactor.
>In disgust, the loose pages of the guide are thrown aside and never
>referred to again!
We are all aware that this is just a movie, right?
Besides, tapping is a perfectly good way to fix my old speedometers, so it
shouldf be ok for a sub.
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