Engineering Failures – Part 2

You know, when Egon Spengler said that “simply turning (the Containment Unit) off would be like dropping a bomb on the city”, I never suspected that he was tactfully neglecting an even worse scenario.

How the heck did this ever get past the prototype stage?

Evidently, someone’s never heard of redundant safety devices.

Today’s worst case scenario has been brought to you by Ghostbusters #19 (August 2014) by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening.

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One Response to “Engineering Failures – Part 2”

  1. awritershailmarypass Says:

    Safety factor, Egon, safety factor.

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