Lights, camera, scalpel

Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching.”Over the last three decades, the aviation industry has taken this advice to heart and achieved an astonishing reduction in the number of fatal accidents. The oft-cited observation that a person has a greater chance of being killed riding a bicycle or by lightning than by flying is actually true …

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