@Logicfest -- engineers have worked on that goose strike problem for a long time with limited degrees of success. The most successful method has been to use multiple engines.
Here's the thing. A goose strike is a rare thing. Let's say you have a plane with four jet engines. It is very unlikely that a goose will show up and disable even one of those engines. But if that happens, the plane can still fly just fine on three engines.
So, one goose strike in a plane is very rare and it is almost impossible for two or more engines to be disabled by suicidal geese.