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originally posted by: voyger2
a reply to: Zaphod58
For a structural failure i suppose some signs should have been detected by the pilots, do you agree (i'm no expert)? At 40 000 ft most of the strain/pressure should have been less than the take off and the immediate rising? I'm just guessing here. sorry.
It's curious that structural failure didn't gave any previous warning or signs to the pilots...
Sorry to say but that's as much of an emotional, knee-jerk reaction I've ever heard. I'm so sick of people thinking the US (and UK) are responsible for every pimple on this planet. And, by the way, your new pal Putin knows very well what it takes for terrorists to shoot a commercial airliner out of the sky. It took Russian military hardware and training to take down MH17.