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1st Jun 2016, 21:35
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Posted By Coagie

Very deep. 3000m +.

Very deep. 3000m +.
29th May 2016, 19:26
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Posted By Coagie

Don't assume naval submarines are already set up...

Don't assume naval submarines are already set up to search for 37.5khz pingers.
The French sub, The E'meraude, wasn't set up for listening for 37.5khz, nor did they know they were supposed to be, in...
25th May 2016, 07:55
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Posted By Coagie

I cropped them, but they're pretty low...

I cropped them, but they're pretty low resolution. The CNN one is more complete, but the newspaper one is a little higher resolution:
24th May 2016, 05:55
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Posted By Coagie

You're right. ...But it doesn't hurt to know...

You're right. ...But it doesn't hurt to know about your aircraft.
24th May 2016, 05:51
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Posted By Coagie

Isley, The early models of the A320 had...

Isley,
The early models of the A320 had access to the Avionics Bay behind the cockpit, but it was not often used and became a forgotten about vestige in later models, so don't be so sure that...
23rd May 2016, 22:26
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Posted By Coagie

I think you can pull up some floorboards to...

I think you can pull up some floorboards to access the Avionics Bay from inside the plane, but, since the Avionics Bay is typically accessed from outside, you'd probably need to familiarize yourself...
23rd May 2016, 19:32
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Posted By Coagie

I suppose there would have been an ACARS message...

I suppose there would have been an ACARS message if a breaker tripped on the window heating circuit, but if wiring grounded out, it may have melted quick enoungh, where it un-grounded itself quick...
23rd May 2016, 19:16
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Posted By Coagie

I imagine it's difficult to detect the 37.5 kHz...

I imagine it's difficult to detect the 37.5 kHz ping with all the noise in the busy Mediterranean Sea. They might need to get so close to hear it, that they'd be able to see the black boxes anyway,...
21st May 2016, 07:30
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Posted By Coagie

Since there is no fire suppression in the...

Since there is no fire suppression in the avionics Bay of an A320, is there a procedure when the avionics bay smoke detector goes into alarm?
29th Mar 2015, 00:39
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Posted By Coagie

Anti-depressants have been found in Lubitz's...

Anti-depressants have been found in Lubitz's apartment. Don't know if the names will be published. In case they are, Fluoxetine Hydrochloride, called "Prozac" in the USA is called "Fluctin" in...
28th Mar 2015, 01:13
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Posted By Coagie

B247NG: B247NG, It doesn't matter whether a...

B247NG:
B247NG, It doesn't matter whether a person has "suicidal tendencies" or not. It is not known why certain (few) people become both homicidal and suicidal, when taking Prozac. There seems to...
27th Mar 2015, 22:26
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Posted By Coagie

"mercurydancer: No. SSRIs do not cause...

"mercurydancer:

No. SSRIs do not cause suicidal ideation except in one notorious drug which is no longer available. Seroxat was quite dangerous and many had severe effects from it. Not possible...
27th Mar 2015, 19:51
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Posted By Coagie

Some of theses SSRI's, such as Prozac, do not...

Some of theses SSRI's, such as Prozac, do not only cause certain people to become suicidal, but also homicidal, and also suicidal and homicidal at the same time. Psychiatrists often prescribe them to...
27th Mar 2015, 18:04
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Posted By Coagie

Lubitz was able to fly in this case on the...

Lubitz was able to fly in this case on the condition, that he get periodic psychiatric evaluation. The problem with this is, apparently the results of this evaluation are self reported. In order to...
26th Mar 2015, 19:43
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Posted By Coagie

Medication

I would like to know what medications the co-pilot was taking. For instance, was the co-pilot trying to quit smoking? One of the published side effects of the anti-smoking drug Chantix is "Suicidal...
2nd Feb 2015, 02:08
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Posted By Coagie

The heaters don't fail. The pitots ice up, but...

The heaters don't fail. The pitots ice up, but the heater melts them usually within a minute. They get wet because of a storm at high altitude (usually the air is dry up there, but the storm pushes...
1st Feb 2015, 22:46
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Posted By Coagie

Ian W, I knew a programmer who worked for a...

Ian W, I knew a programmer who worked for a company making smartcard compatible washing machines for laundromats. He was the go to guy, that the company sent software to, in order to get the bugs...
1st Feb 2015, 21:23
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Posted By Coagie

That's what causes them to stop working. The...

That's what causes them to stop working. The "magic smoke" is let out. Sometimes a bigger fuse isn't the answer.
When it's not the computer,
and it's not a sensor or other input device,
it can be,...
1st Feb 2015, 17:42
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Posted By Coagie

"If you mean when there is a significant failure...

"If you mean when there is a significant failure such that the AP drops out AND you get a control law degradation, then yes, a descent is advised. IIRC it is 4000' below the normal "Max Alt" to avoid...
1st Feb 2015, 16:30
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Posted By Coagie

Maybe whenever control is turned over to the...

Maybe whenever control is turned over to the pilot from the computer, it should be treated similar to a loss of cabin pressure with the initial focus of the pilots being to get to a lower altitude,...
1st Feb 2015, 16:04
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Posted By Coagie

I wonder if the copilot just happened to come...

I wonder if the copilot just happened to come upon a particularly bad spot of weather and executed a turn and climb to avoid it, and it just happened to be the moment when his protections were lost,...
31st Jan 2015, 19:10
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Posted By Coagie

toffeez, I don't think either one of us...

toffeez,
I don't think either one of us indicated that PR people had any status or power over the lawyers, manufacturer, airline or anyone else. I did not write that the PR people would...
30th Jan 2015, 19:19
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Posted By Coagie

Doubt Airbus would issue any document that could...

Doubt Airbus would issue any document that could be seen as an admission to any culpability in the crash any time soon, unless it was something that was likely to happen again very soon (like some...
29th Jan 2015, 21:22
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Posted By Coagie

Maybe these leaks, that not only peak curiosity,...

Maybe these leaks, that not only peak curiosity, but fuel wild speculation, will motivate the Indonesians to release the FDR data and the CVR transcript sooner than they planned.

It's possible,...
29th Jan 2015, 16:04
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Posted By Coagie

I read that the FO was flying at the time of the...

I read that the FO was flying at the time of the crash, but I also read that the Captain took over, when they started to climb. This mixes things up. Do they mean that the Captain held the stick back...
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