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TeeVee
TeeVee
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Last Activity: Today, 02:06
Joined: 2009-03-12
Location: MIA
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  • SCSI. havent heard that in a day or two.

    but yeah, the US system is antiquated and the govt doesnt wanna foot the bill and neither do the airlines.
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  • ok there he goes again!!! the guy that brought up, "100 feet over 3 seconds" NOW attempts to say, "Nothing here about miles-per-hour."

    uh huh, i guess in evan's world, velocity is not velocity...
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  • 100' in 3 seconds is not very fast, something like 22 mph.

    im not an aero anything and i could not solve a physics problem if my life depended on it. i have, however (in my youth), jumped out of perfectly good airplanes over 20 times. oh the joy of that sudden acceleration...we had some rudimentary lessons on calculating acceleration and distance traveled, which are all now readily available for free on the interwebz.

    moseying along in level flight and accelerating straight down at 100'/3 seconds, one will only "plummet" 150'. I'm positive i've been in worse turbulence in my several million miles of passenger seat flying.
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  • i dunno. looking at the ads-b data it doesn't look like it dropped 6k feet at once. but yeah, the downward tendency was there.
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