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Subject: Re: A pilot's analysis of the plane crash

Aaron Yost
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Date Posted: Thu October 18, 2018 08:26:47
In reply to: Lachlan 's message, "Re: A pilot's analysis of the plane crash" on Mon October 15, 2018 08:59:11

You could be right Lachlan, you could be wrong. The overall and main point of mine is explaining the physics behind why the plane didn't have any fuel left for it to explode and burn.
But, why wasn't Peterson ejected along with the others? All 4 guys each had the exact same type seat belt restraint. The belt buckles had been broken all at the exact same time and because of a more forceful impact than the many which occurred during all the cartwheeling. The most violent and forceful impact occurred at the fencepost, Physics 101. Again the reason Peterson was held inside is explained in my previous post.

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Re: A pilot's analysis of the plane crashLachlanSat October 20, 2018 01:14:08

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