Steve Casner
Steve Casner is a research psychologist at NASA who studies the accident-prone mind for a living and has spent the past twenty years helping to cut the airline accident rate to a fraction of what it was. His research has been covered in New Yorker and he has written on science for Slate and Salon. He also flies jets and helicopters, rides motorcycles and skateboards, and has surprisingly few scratches on him. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and daughter.
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