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    Wait a tick ATL... This IS the procedure from the...

    Wait a tick ATL... This IS the procedure from the BEA report that AF447 had onboard.

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    There are two options:

    1) Memory items 'if the safe conduct of the flight is impacted'
    2)...
  2. I've since read that they leveled off at 750' but...

    I've since read that they leveled off at 750' but there is no confirmation of their height when the actual bird strikes occurred, so it is possible that the gear was still down at that point....
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    I couldn't agree more, in theory. But, in a...

    I couldn't agree more, in theory. But, in a deceptive and unrehearsed situation, a few things DO need to be done and a few things DO need to be made clear to prevent a pilot from doing something...
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    Then why didn't it stall? The truth is, the...

    Then why didn't it stall? The truth is, the sidestick plot shows BOTH increases and decreases in load factor command, which have the effect of either increasing or maintaining pitch up to a maximum...
  5. Hilarious. What else?

    Hilarious. What else?
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    But he didn't stall it in the initial pull-up and...

    But he didn't stall it in the initial pull-up and climb to 37,000ft. He certainly could have, Renslow style, if he had no sense left in his head, by pulling up relentlessly, but he did. not. do....
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    Or you could try this: You: The...

    Or you could try this:

    You:



    The Official BEA Report:
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    Me: You: You just seem intent of...

    Me:



    You:



    You just seem intent of ridiculing my position.
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    Well just have to disagree on that. Having an...

    Well just have to disagree on that. Having an understanding of airmanship and exhibiting airmanship are two different things. One requires only knowledge. The other requires knowledge, sound...
  10. It sounds like at least one engine was still...

    It sounds like at least one engine was still turning, though maybe not producing any useful thrust, perhaps still providing hydraulics and electrical power. Control law could have still been normal....
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    I read your posts carefully. I don't see where...

    I read your posts carefully. I don't see where I'm taking things out of context or biasing the things you are saying. The things you are saying don't seem to match with the flight recorders. But just...
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    Actually, maybe I can put it more succinctly: ...

    Actually, maybe I can put it more succinctly:

    You all seem to be saying this was a clear case of failed fundamental airmanship and all that needs to be done is to ensure that ALL pilots have a...
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    How am I not? You all seem to be saying this was...

    How am I not? You all seem to be saying this was a clear case of failed fundamental airmanship and all that needs to be done is to ensure that ALL pilots have a firm grasp of that. (the little dot is...
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    Really? A fact? The facts are contained...

    Really? A fact?



    The facts are contained in the FDR plots. The fact is, there is no sustained upward pitching command at or near the limit. The actual commands are more or less as I...
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    All very nice ATL and impressive that you are...

    All very nice ATL and impressive that you are able to read it without translation, but I am left to wonder why you are dragging Cervantes into this. Are you suggesting that Pierre Bonin suffered from...
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    The logical continuation... The slippery slope...

    The logical continuation... The slippery slope argument? If we let gay people marry, then soon people will want to marry their golden retrievers, etc? The slippery slope argument is rarely logical....
  17. Human factors?

    Human factors?
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    Your apparent position on this, and the position...

    Your apparent position on this, and the position that is popular on pilot forums, is that Pierre Bonin pulled up continuously the instant the AP disconnected and did not relent until the airplane...
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    a) It doesn't contain the words "or shut up", and...

    a) It doesn't contain the words "or shut up", and
    b) it contains words you have removed, which I think accurately sum up your position on this.

    My intent is to get you to think a bit more...
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    Give them a specific target to focus on (first...

    Give them a specific target to focus on (first hash mark as ATL put it). If they overcontrol, they see that and make corrections until they get there. They don't go wondering off...



    That's...
  21. What is the 'light pile'?

    What is the 'light pile'?
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    Well, without going deep into psychologism and...

    Well, without going deep into psychologism and the semantics of logic—and avoiding mathematical logic altogether—let me just say that 'logic' is more relative and expansive than what we deem...
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    Are you being Socratic? All intentional actions...

    Are you being Socratic? All intentional actions are driven by logic. Logic can be quite flawed but it is still logic, so no intentional act can "go against all logic".



    Logic can certainly be...
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    Ok, you'll have to please explain to me how your...

    Ok, you'll have to please explain to me how your logic tells you to do one thing and you do the opposite.
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    Improvisation never goes against all logic. The...

    Improvisation never goes against all logic. The question is: is the logic sound? The next question is: Is there something deceiving behind the logic?

    Written and memorized procedures are reliably...
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    Wait a sec... did 3WE hack your account? The...

    Wait a sec... did 3WE hack your account? The system is designed to "give you the plane" and that's where it all begins. The final report concluded that the airplane responded perfectly to commands....
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    I understand that, but the scenario we are...

    I understand that, but the scenario we are talking about begins with sudden loss of autoflight and reversion to alternate law, followed by the recognition of unreliable speeds. At this point, there...
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    The automation and protections are already lost....

    The automation and protections are already lost. They can't survive total pitot failure. You know this.
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    Still, why monkey with the ADRs?

    Still, why monkey with the ADRs?
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    Inconsistencies... I don't think the "new"...

    Inconsistencies...

    I don't think the "new" combined 'Unreliable Speed Indication / ADR Check' procedure is BUSS specific. Note the yellow highlighted parts:

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    Again, shutting down ANY...
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    AFAIK, every ADR CHECK PROCEDURE calls for...

    AFAIK, every ADR CHECK PROCEDURE calls for shutting down any ADR that is faulty (providing erroneous airspeed data), so, when all speeds are erroneous, all are shut off. Also, this isn't the ACTIVATE...
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    The point I am making: where is the procedure for...

    The point I am making: where is the procedure for this? Why would you go directly to an ADR fault identification procedure when there is no ADR fault? Why would you shut down all your ADR's when you...
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    Ah, I uploaded the wrong page. This is it: ...

    Ah, I uploaded the wrong page. This is it:

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    But please respond to the point I'm making. The red boxed items are necessary to avoid errors and deception. Meanwhile, the instruction for when...
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    I'm sorry, I meant we also need planes to weigh...

    I'm sorry, I meant we also need planes to weigh themselves to prevent (or at least flag) these data entry errors, not that we need them to do that in order for TOPMS to work.

    The mass calculation...
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    There is no argument between us that CRM failed...

    There is no argument between us that CRM failed here and that it was a major causative factor.

    And thank you for pointing out that a procedure exists for unreliable airspeed. Of course, I already...
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    If we are going to use technological solutions,...

    If we are going to use technological solutions, we also need planes to weigh themselves and enter that data automatically (or at least the flag a conflicting pilot entry).
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    What we have here is LOSS OF COMMS

    What we have here is LOSS OF COMMS
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    The attitude indicator is driven by a ring-laser...

    The attitude indicator is driven by a ring-laser gyroscope, so it isn't effected by air data anomalies. The two good references you still have are attitude and thrust level and you use these to...
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    Yes, I see your point. it’s an obvious point that...

    Yes, I see your point. it’s an obvious point that you and others have been making all along. I just think it’s a superficial understanding of what happened.

    I think he made the initial half-limit...
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    And here it is! We will disagree on whether it...

    And here it is! We will disagree on whether it was his flying skills or his perception and state of mind, but I think we will agree that there are pilots out there right now who have marginal skills...
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