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Nevada agencies are moving toward finding fault and a fix following an explosion: The dump opened in 1962 as the nation’s first federally licensed low-level solid radioactive waste repository for waste such as contaminated tools, protective clothing, machine parts, medical items and laboratory supplies. It closed in 1992. The 40-acre property consists of 22 trenches up to 800 feet long and 50 feet deep. The dump was operated by US Ecology Inc., which still operates a plant..
“Yank tank” are words describing 1950s-60s classic cars in Cuba with an est. 60,000 still in use. In 1962 the U.S. placed a trade embargo with Cuba. So, the only way to keep cars roadworthy was replace- ment of original parts with Soviet alternatives and careful maintenance. If cars cannot be repaired immediately, they're parked for future repair or sold, with known faults for parts. This has become the Cuban car culture and means other cars remain on the road by using second hand parts.
Earthquake Machine: Parts and Construction - This video shows how to build the "Earthquake Machine", a physical model that represents the “earthquake cycle”, the slow accumulation of elastic energy in rocks adjacent to a fault followed by rapid release of elastic energy during an earthquake. (IRIS - Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology)
We often take the fact that we can easily repair things for granted, but it’s important to remember that it hasn’t always been that way. Once upon a time appliances weren’t built with spares in mind—they were produced as a whole unit, and invariably if a part of it developed a fault the whole thing had to be replaced.