posted on Jul, 30 2014 @ 01:00 PM
The media are trying to tell us that modern planes can fly through hurricanes but will fall to pieces in a mere thunderstorm... does anyone else find
a problem with this? This isn't 1966 anymore, modern planes, such as the MD-82 have to comply to strict FAA rules to be able to withstand 1.5 times
the worst turbulence ever recorded, but according to the media reports, a multi-million piece of engineering marvel cannot endure a simple
thunderstorm, yet a 1970's P3-orion or Gulfstream IV can endure the turbulence, gusts, and extreme conditions found in hurricanes (Hurricane Hunters -
NOAA) but a commercial jet that has to comply to stricter safety rules CANNOT?!
Why am I getting the thought this is another shootdown incident. The official theory is simply silly. The plane was at cruise altitude. So they are
implying the plane was broken up in the storm which simply isn't possible. Very little info going around despite the size of the disaster!
The plane came down in Mali.. half the passengers so far were black, looked to be native to Africa..
edit on 30-7-2014 by miles1993 because:
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