T-Rex: A problem machines often have is single points of failure. If one part breaks, the whole thing goes down!
T-Rex: Uh, sounds like a design flaw to me??
T-Rex: Instead, folks should make machines with multiple backup systems, ready to take over right away in case of failure, like how Klingons have two hearts. Dromiceiomimus: I was wondering if this was Star Trek adjacent. T-Rex: EVERYTHING IS STAR TREK ADJACENT
Utahraptor: What happens when those backup parts fail? You still need to repair them. T-Rex: Sure!
T-Rex: BUT: it buys me time. Utahraptor: Time not to notice that anything's wrong because if something's working we tend to forget about it until it's not. Your solution fails to factor in our own lazy natures!
Off panel: Ironic, because if you WEREN'T inherently lazy, you'd have a backup argument ready to replace your failed initial argument ready to go right now!! T-Rex: No, see, it's not ironic because my whole point was that someone ELSE should do it
What are the haps my friends
June 4th, 2021:In my opinion, someone should do something about all the problems!!