Monday, 23 April 2007

Rational Fear

What are you most likely to die of in South Africa? What should you avoid doing in Japan? Are car drivers as dangerous as you imagine in Spain?

Find the answers below:-

Rational Fear

Definitely makes you think...

4 comments:

Valeria Maltoni said...

Richie:

This is good stuff. This week I'm planning a post based on a book I'm reading about the theory of the improbable and how that affects our appetite for risk.

It also makes us underestimate certain other occurrences and thus unprepared. The challenge will be to make risk management theory sound sexy and interesting ;-)

Bob Johnson said...

Personally, I think that what's killing people is worrying about what's killing people.

"I'll eat when I'm hungy, I'll drink when I'm dry. If the moonshine don't kill me, I'll live 'til I die"

Mary said...

Have you read the book "Risk" by David Ropek and George Gray?

Was published by Houghton-Mifflin in 2003, but is still a
quite interesting and
useful read.

Richie said...

Thanks for the comments!

Valeria: I'm sure you can make anything sound sexy and interesting!

Bob: Lol!

Mary: I haven't read it but I'm going to track it down on Amazon. Thanks for the reccomendation!