So, this happened:
Why can't they build a pipe or ledge that extends the water flow past the plunge pool? #dams https://t.co/h8y8rwCiyz pic.twitter.com/cbpKVCPx0Z— jason (@Jason) February 3, 2016
I would like an answer to this from a dam engineer (or a God damn engineer who works on dams) https://t.co/QjenlVW45v #engineering— jason (@Jason) February 4, 2016
And it really warrants reading the original piece -- it's short, probably Medium would say a "4-minute read," if you can spare it by outsourcing some mundane task to a poor person to free it up, of course.
One of Africa’s Biggest Dams Is Falling Apart
Talk about Missing the Goddamn (Dam) Point. In so many ways, not least of all the OUTRIGHT DEMAND that engineers everywhere leap to answer his noble call -- presumably *real* engineers who have experience with this sort of thing, and not this poor African fellow Munyaradzi Munodawafa, the chief executive of the Zambezi River Authority, who clearly doesn't know...