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Before computer simulations, science relied on physical models

Before computer simulations, science relied on physical models

(4:33) In the 1950s, John Reber had a big plan to dam the San Francisco Bay. He convinced some politicians - and it took the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the Bay Model they built in Sausalito, to prove him dangerously wrong. Tom Scott YT channel

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