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by Richard Sample
May 1, 2015 | 0 comments
My name is Richard Sample. I am a Quality Control inspector with over 30 years in the testing and inspection industries. I am a degreed Nuclear/Metallurgist, an ASNT nationally certified Level III in Ultrasonic’s, Magnetic Particle, and Liquid Penetrant and an API certified Pressure Vessel (510), Process Piping (570), and Storage Tank (653) Inspector. I have worked in Nuclear power plants, Aerospace, Aircraft, Petrochemical, and Polymer industries, with experience in metal / welding fatigue and failure analysis. I have witnessed a much diversified range of fabrication and processing methods over the decades.
My unique work experience has shown me many approaches ... more »
by Rudy Alleyne
April 23, 2015 | 2 comments
What about me? I'm the guy that cried at the end of episode 11 of Cosmos. Born in the Bahamas I was always curious about how the world worked around me: why the way things were and how we could possibly improve our standard of living. I was the one always asking questions, trying to come to a clear understanding of the life we lived, even when it began to annoy those who found such questions insignificant or intimidating. When a problem arises I have to first figure out why it's a problem in the first place and then find ... more »
by Yvonne Christenson
April 17, 2015 | 0 comments
Tonight, on April 16, 2015, my husband and I were out watching the ISS fly overhead - it is unusually clear tonight so the Space Station was very prominent. We noticed another bright light following the ISS path exactly and after a moment I realized it was the Dragon Supply ship as it was moving to catch up to the ISS for Friday morning's delivery. Pretty cool!... more »
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