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Space Shuttle Explosion and 30 Years of Guilt

30 Years After Explosion, Challenger Engineer Still Blames Himself: A shuttle engineer for the Challenger has carried a burden of guilt for thirty years.  Says Bob Ebeling, “That was one of the mistakes God made. He shouldn’t have picked me for that job. But next time I talk to him, I’m gonna ask him, ‘Why me? You picked a loser.’ ”  These two audio clips offer a poignant case study for students to consider in courses on ethics, engineering, philosophy, theology, and management.

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