posted on May, 14 2018 @ 02:19 PM
a reply to: shawmanfromny
And I can find just as many that say a high speed impact DID occur. It's nothing but their opinion based on what they saw. Hanging the title of expert
doesn't make them suddenly infallible. I've watched some so called experts that have said many idiotic things. Just because they're so called experts
didn't make their statements any less idiotic.
When an AirAsia fight crashed, the so called experts were pointing at the radar data, showing low airspeed as proof that they stalled. The problemwith
that is that radar measures ground speed, which is affected by everything from a sudden climb, to a headwind or tailwind. The radar data showed a
stall, but not by showing low airspeed. Experts aren't always right.
In 2005 the FAA sent out an AD that under certain conditions the flaperon could suffer damage and separate from the aircraft in flight. If the
aircraft went into a dive, it could have come off in the air in a similar fashion.
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