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    Does the 172 have a G-on-stick stick? This plot...

    Does the 172 have a G-on-stick stick? This plot shows that the pilot was actively commanding more than 1 G almost 100% of the time, and quite more than 1G most of the time..

    Yes, it is an...
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    Proof of your confirmation bias: Me: ...

    Proof of your confirmation bias:

    Me:



    You:


    Ok, Evan, when you want to turn left, just turn your steering wheel counterclockwise. Nothing else is needed.
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    I am absolutely open to that possibility. It is...

    I am absolutely open to that possibility. It is one of the 2 options that he lacked said airmanship during his actively self-induced upset: Either he never had it OR he had it and suddenly lost it...
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    Evan, as it happened in the past, your...

    Evan, as it happened in the past, your confirmation bias doesn't let you read what I wrote (and "read" also has more than one meaning).

    I am already tired of saying "I didn't say that" or "context...
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    Don't worry. Neither am I, or the vast majority...

    Don't worry. Neither am I, or the vast majority of currently-alive Spanish-speaking persons.
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    Ha! The understatement of the week.

    Ha! The understatement of the week.
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    Wow, reading not only in Spanish but in medieval...

    Wow, reading not only in Spanish but in medieval Spanish!!!
    Try The Cid the next time. That will be fun (or not).

    By the way, here, use it for copy-paste:
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    You are distorting, to say the least, my...

    You are distorting, to say the least, my position. That AT THE MOMENT OF THE INCIDENT he lacked a firm grasp of the most basic airmanship is a fact. And the pull up was excessive (by way too much ,...
  9. Nope. Total disregard for basic typemanship.

    Nope. Total disregard for basic typemanship.
  10. Ha! It was intended to be tailpipe.

    Ha! It was intended to be tailpipe.
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    Here is the full quote: ...you can choose to try...

    Here is the full quote:
    ...you can choose to try to understand this from the point of view of startle factor, deceiving indications and flawed logic (flawed judgment) driving intentional acts...
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    Oh, I forgot. I am not arguing with that...

    Oh, I forgot.



    I am not arguing with that in general (I could criticize some lesser wording there but I will not bother).

    What I am SERIOUSLY questioning is whether that would have made a...
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    This is what you said: "... you can choose to...

    This is what you said:

    "... you can choose to try to understand this from the point of view of startle factor, deceiving indications and flawed logic (flawed judgment) driving intentional acts...
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    I stand corrected. The correct answer is no, once...

    I stand corrected. The correct answer is no, once stalled at about 37500 ft the stall didn't stop at any point, not even close. The plane was fully stalled all the time in its way from the highest...
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    For the Nth time, if you want to put it as t as...

    For the Nth time, if you want to put it as t as the inputs, not the consequences", then I would not trust this pilot (in the mental state that he had in the moment) to follow any memory items or...
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    Yes, it sounded continously "only" for some 30...

    Yes, it sounded continously "only" for some 30 seconds. Then, with the pitots working again, the AOA became so high that the (now reliable) airspeed was erroneously too low, below the lower threshold...
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    Again, that depends on what you call "logic". Are...

    Again, that depends on what you call "logic". Are logical fallacies still "logical"?
    If I say "Some animals eat grass, my cat is some animal, therefore it eats grass and I will feed it with grass",...
  18. I will only say, to bad that these pieces fell...

    I will only say, to bad that these pieces fell over and hit people and goods. But the plane did what it was deigned to do: spit the broken parts through the tailpipe. Believe, it is much better than...
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    We are falling int semantics again. Is a flawed...

    We are falling int semantics again. Is a flawed logic (let's say in illogical logic) still logic?

    I can say "1+ adverb = salty pressure" and call it Maths, grammar, cooking and Physics, just not...
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    I don't follow you. What kind of math error do...

    I don't follow you. What kind of math error do you have in mind? For example?
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    I don't know the full ramifications, what other...

    I don't know the full ramifications, what other things may be affected by 2 matching unreliable ADRs. Autotrim, elevator gain (roll is direct law but pitch is still G-on-stick), stall warning, FD......
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    But they can survive 2 pitots giving incorrect...

    But they can survive 2 pitots giving incorrect but consistent data. That is what you try to avoid and hence turn any 2 ADRs off (but leave 1 on to keep monitoring it).
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    It is written there in the very procedure in the...

    It is written there in the very procedure in the link I provided.
    If the unreliable ADRs cannot be identified yo have to switch off 2 of them to avoid that the automation / protections take as valid...
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    This procedure that you pictured is specific for...

    This procedure that you pictured is specific for BUSS equipped airplanes. Two clues that this is the case:
    - Note the text below the bottom yellow highlighted line.
    - Note the "new procedure" (back...
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    Again, where does that come from? Show me. ...

    Again, where does that come from? Show me.

    Because what I see is, in case of not being able to identify one reliable ADR, above FL250 switch any 2 of them off (the remaining one cannot be used by...
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    Ok, that is a good point. But what procedure...

    Ok, that is a good point. But what procedure calls for all ADRs off? This is required to activate the BUSS only (if installed) AFAIK.
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    Nope, that's the one that applies when the BUSS...

    Nope, that's the one that applies when the BUSS option is installed. Try again. Page 17.

    Or here:

    http://flightacademy.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/unreliable-speed-procedure.png

    And to...
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    Nope, THAT was the old procedure(s). Tow...

    Nope, THAT was the old procedure(s). Tow different procedures, one for unreliable airspeed and one for ADR check, and you had to decide which one to use depending on whether the safe conduct of the...
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    First of all, no we don't. You need to compare...

    First of all, no we don't. You need to compare the actual acceleration with the acceleration used internally to compute the take-off performance.
    Second, you can have the plane weight itself without...
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    The clock is still ticking: tic, toc, tipms,...

    The clock is still ticking: tic, toc, tipms, topms. It is a matter of time until we have the NEXT deaths.

    http://avherald.com/h?article=4cb53df5&opt=0

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    There is substantial evidence that he didn't...

    There is substantial evidence that he didn't know. Not at that moment at least.


    You mean that he intentionally pulled up a 1.5G 7000 fpm 2500 ft climb and when the plane stalled he kept "puling...
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    So did I, in this thread and elsewhere: I don't...

    So did I, in this thread and elsewhere: I don't trust a pilot who, the second the AP disengaged, reacted in such an irrational way and anti-pilot-of-any-airplane way, to have the presence of mind to...
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    Not surprisingly. So an imminent stall is the...

    Not surprisingly. So an imminent stall is the same as losing 0.5 knots per second?

    I am curious to know, in your mind, what would have been the sequence of events (and timeline) had there been...
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    Not unless we agree on the highlighted modifier....

    Not unless we agree on the highlighted modifier. What do you think would have happened if they did NOTHING AT ALL and kept doing NOTHING AT ALL for a good period of time until they identified and...
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    And these, IMHO, are design issues. We discussed...

    And these, IMHO, are design issues. We discussed them at lengths in the AF thread.

    That said, the way the AF crashed was unrelated to that. If you pull up all the time you are going to crash a...
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    Yes, most of the time. You will never hear me say...

    Yes, most of the time. You will never hear me say "I will never run out of gas" or "I will never be caught VFR in IMC" or "I will never lose situational awareness and CFIT". Not even "I will never...
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    I said it before: In aviation it is almost...

    I said it before: In aviation it is almost forbidden to say "it will never happen to me".
    But I am pretty confident that I would not have crashed AF, or Colgan, or Pinnacle.... Not in the way they...
  38. Hey, the "condensation" part was just an accurate...

    Hey, the "condensation" part was just an accurate joke. It just means that a gas (in this case the gaseous water dissolved in the air) turns liquid (or vapor in the form of tiny droplets).
    It...
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    Impressive investigative effort going on for this...

    Impressive investigative effort going on for this accident:

    http://avherald.com/h?article=4bbf2069&opt=0
  40. Where was that thing located in space relative to...

    Where was that thing located in space relative to the plane?

    When air temperature and humidity content puts it barely above the due point very small reductions in pressure can cause local...
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