This page contains material that would have, perhaps, been included in the book if it was either available or discovered earlier. (It may also contain material that almost made it into the book but truly worthy of mention nonetheless.)
These materials are listed by the chapter of the book in which they would have appeared.
By book chapter:
Rainhydration straw. https://rainhydration.com. [Another alternate design for a reusable drinking straw; this reference is courtesy of a student in my class.]
Barnett, Ralph L. 2020. “On the Safety Hierarchy and Hierarchy of Controls.” American Journal of Mechanical Engineering 8 (2): 61–68. http://www.sciepub.com/ajme/abstract/12131. [R.L. Barnett’s revisit of his 1985 paper with D.B. Brickman.]
Barnett, Ralph L. 2020. “Safety Definitions: Colloquial, Standards, Regulatory, Torts, Heuristic, and Quantitative.” American Journal of Mechanical Engineering 8 (2): 54–60. http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajme/8/2/2. [This paper fits within the chapter’s discussion of definitions.]
Gloss, David S., and Miriam Gayle Wardle. 1984. Introduction to Safety Engineering. New York, NY: Wiley-Interscience. [A general safety-engineering textbook.]
(See Corrections and Clarifications for references which were accidentally excluded from print)
Adams, Scott. 2019. Loserthink: How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America. New York, NY: Portfolio/Penguin.
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