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.it was about a kid had moved to a new town and he had left his aunt cuz he was living with her him and his mom left and moved across town and his mom found a guy that she liked at work but he was a bully of the neighborhood and he beat his kids and his wife he went to jail and got out when he got out she agreed to marry him he say he would live a clean life but he moved in with them.His name was larry he moved with them and one day his mom went to work he hadn t started school yet then so he.it was about a kid had moved to a new town and he had left his aunt cuz he was living with her him and his mom left and moved across town and his mom found a guy that she liked at work but he was a bully of the neighborhood and he beat his kids and his wife he went to jail and got out when he got out she agreed to marry him he say he would live a clean life but he moved in with them.His name was larry he moved with them and one day his mom went to work he hadn t started school yet then so he stayed at home.he came down stairs and went in the fridge he hadn t spoke to larry sine he had moved with them he grabbed ben and said your gonna start respecting me benny boy ben snatched away from him and larry hit him and beat him.and his mom came home and say that larry had hit him they descoused it in the room and larry hit ben mom they had to stay away from him his aunt was out of town so she came back and told larry to get out larry refused she bought a couple of guys in to beat larry up and larry moved away and never seen him again ever at their house again This book is essentially a critique of the precautionary principle Wildvasky argues that society should apply a trial and error approach to safety Rather than attempting to eliminate all risks, it should be willing to try new approachs that have some associated risks, in order to reap the potential benefits that may ultimately lead to improved safety overall. [ READ EPUB ] ⚈ Searching for Safety ♍ Nuclear power plants, new vaccines and drugs, pesticides designed to improve agricultural production, and a plethora of other technological advances hold great promise of improving the quality of human life, but also pose great risks to human well being Protecting ourselves against the risks associated with these modern technologies has emerged as a major public concern throughout the industrialized worldSearching for Safety is unique in its exposition of a theory that explains how and why risk taking makes life safer It also exposes the high risk in backwardness, whether it is a result of policy or inadvertent The book covers a wide range, including how the human body, as well as plants, animals, and insects, cope with danger Wildavsky addresses the master dilemma head on, asking whether piling on safety measures actually improves safety While he agrees that society should sometimes try to prevent large harms from occurring, he explains why such anticipatory measures are usually inferior to a strategy of resilience learning from error how to bounce back in better shape His purpose is to shift the risk debate from passive prevention of harm to active search for safetyWritten for the intelligent layman, the book will be of special interest to individuals concerned with risk, technology, health, safety, environmental protection, regulation, and analysis of systems for making decisions