It seems that the National Security Agency’s (NSA) new multi-billion dollar data center is having some problems:
The NSA’s new data-storage center in Utah has suffered a series of mysterious meltdowns in the past year.
Officials told the Wall Street Journal that 10 fiery explosions, known as arc-fault failures, have ripped apart machinery, melted metal and destroyed circuits. The repeated meltdowns have delayed the opening of the one-million square foot facility by 12 months.
I love karma.