Post the best pictures you have found of the Germanwings crash. Hoping for some graphic content.
all the pictures i've seen are shit. why? do the media compress them or whaere they originally shitty? my phone takes better shit than this. maybe they're zooming a lot or something
They are taken from a helicopter so yeah they are shaky and zoomed in hard.
There is unlikely to be any graphic content as they are simply finding blood spots to try and find strands of DNA. Basically any human remains are almost vapour.
Not alot to see.
well that explains it
Red flags mark potential bodily fluids, yellow triangles are there for aviation investigators (Structural components etc).
There will not be any bodies, the plane exploded against a sheer unmoveable force at around 900 KM/H. Imagine three times the impact of 9/11. (Solid rockface not perforated steel/glass.)
here, have some from Helios Airways Flight 522 instead
> Mountain hit by jet plane
> Doesnt collapse
> building 7 not hit by airplane
Troll detected... but I will respond because I'm an idiot. Planes don't have dashcams. A passenger in the rear of the plane took to the video. His phone was destroyed but the memory card survived and was recovered.
A friend of mine who was in the Civil Air Patrol used to do crash search and recovery. He said that what they usually found was in chunks, but sometimes a torso that looked like an "empty bag of leather."
i don't really care what the state of my body is when i'm dead but yeah air plane crashes are often pretty brutal in terms of your last minutes
well this look like a body to me
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Whoever gets the video, I will pay you 30 euros.
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good idea. and if they built slimmer planes without wings they wouldn't even have to take off. they could follow roads and travel at 0 altitude
yeah but were they conscious though? as far as i remember, the pilots became unconscious due to lack of cabin pressure
an object weighing about 100t, travelling at around 500knots into the side of a mountain has pretty incredible momentum and is not going to leave much trace of mechanical components let alone something squishy like a human body
there are alot of inconsistencies. You can see small detonations on the mountain just before impact.
Also it's very suspicious that all other hills/mountains were on a mountain training exercise on the 24th...
You can clearly see a small whole in mountain, but not plane shaped.... No plane debris.
>as far as i remember, the pilots became unconscious due to lack of cabin pressure
Yeah, because they were fucking retarded Greeks who failed to follow the lift-off procedure and misinterpreted the warnings given by the plane. For the passengers the oxygen masks released automatically and one flight attendant even tried to save the situation at the end before the engines burst into flames.
They were alive and fucking knew they were fucked.
the oxygen for passengers usually last like 15 minutes. the helios plane kept going for literally hours. i believe one guy knew to find a spare oxygen canister and put himself in the cockpit and applied a mask. he and maybe a stewardess would be the only ones conscious i believe
You will note the burns sustained by a plane that had run almost ENTIRELY out of fuel. Germanwings would still have about 35% of fuel on board.
(plus this didnt hit a vertical rock face.)
At lower altitudes you will need more fuel because of the denser air and friction. Also, lower air is turbulent as fuck, and people panic already at the low allowable turbulence that is flown through.
I've been saying this all along, the only reason for the seat belts is so they can identify you by your seat number. Occasionally it might help if the plane goes inverted (although if your plane is inverted you've got bigger issues).
I know you will all call bullshit, but I was probably on the last helios flight to reach cyprus before that one crashed. When we got to the hotel I just saw the plane in flames, quite likely the same one I had just got there in hours earlier
didn't know there were pictures of this. here's a recording from the cockpit with a scream at the end
also why didn't they pull up?
Soviets invented one of those.
Is there any way to open the plane door mid-flight? Don't know if it's just me or would jumping off and landing into a forest or a lake have a slightly bigger chance of surviving than crashing strapped inside a plane
>The Hellenic Air Accident Investigation and Aviation Safety Board (AAIASB) listed the direct causal chain of events that led to the accident as:
>non-recognition by the pilots that the >pressurisation system was set to "manual",
>non-identification by the crew of the true nature of the problem,
>incapacitation of the crew due to hypoxia,
>eventual fuel starvation,
>impact with the ground.
>impact with the ground.
Well I'm glad they cleared that last point up, I thought the crash was caused by an impact with a cloud.
for all you know, the pilots might regain some control at the last minute. you'd look pretty dumb if you jumped out
there are a few known cases of people who have survived falling out though. at least one still attached to her seat landing in a really dense jungle with really high trees and shit, as well as one or a couple landing in really deep snow during the war. none in water as far as i know
I saw this documentary where a group of people inflated a raft in a plane about to crash, jumped off while on it and then landing on a snowy mountain and then just sliding down to safety.
It is astonishing how that plane was basically pulverized.
No that's retarded.
1) it happened pretty fast I doubt the passengers knew until a minute before they were dead
2) everyone is panicing, people probably aren't thinking clearly about how to escape a plane.
3) Most people are in denial that they're actually going to die, it's too surreal
4) no one thinks "i should jump out of this plane 1000 ft from the air, at least that way i only have a 98% chance of dying
5) water is nearly as solid as any sort of gravel or earth traveling at near terminal velocity
6) flying into a tree at 200 mph would leave you skewed by dozens of branches
It depends on the altitude. If you are low enough, the pressure is not enough to hold it closed, and there is no "auto-lock during flight" mechanism. So yes, you could open the door, and jump off right before the impact for example. Hell, I would
i just watched that last night! crazy shit.
>Landing in a lake
Ever hear of surface tension? You'd be better off inside the plane I'd imagine. Lot's of things to absorb the impact.
Also no you can't open the door. I forget the exact reason, something about about the difference in pressure or something.
You realize you have the same velocity as the plane when you jump out which is probably around 600 km/h?
>I forget the exact reason
>i clearly have no idea wtf im talking about
stay in school. 0/10
Passengers and pilots were unconcious, 1 flight attendant managed to find a portable oxygen supply and made it into the cockpit moments before the first engine surged due to fuel loss. The plane then banked sharply and spiralled out of control as the second engine also lost power.
Depending on the altitude, and considering that most national and international carriers fly in +30,000 realm, you would likely feel the effects of hypoxia right before you passed out.
Was that Bugs Bunny documentary?
>read a book every now and then
lol youre clearly the one who needs to read. deal with it.
1. >10 minutes
2. True, but that doesn't mean you have to panic
3. see above
4. I would, falling into a forest has a bigger chance of survival than crashing with the place (which is basically 0%)
5. Yes, but the surface tension can be broken
6. There is a story of a woman falling to a forest and surviving, the top branches gave in and slowed her down enough not to kill her.
Let help you out there:
m * a = 1/2 * Rho(air) * A * c^2
>Air resistance slows you down at some exact speed
That is for the vertical fall, dumbass.
Okay James Bond, take it down a peg. Just because something is possible under the laws of physics doesn't mean just anyone can do it. Well, yeah they could, but I mean more like some fat neckbeard or a 14 year old "pro e-athlete" would be able to do anything like that.
After looking this up I was indeed right.
Since aircraft doors open inward, the normal sea-level pressure will push on the door trying to "escape" to the low-pressure of the high altitude.
There is air sideways too. It's not like you could make any shaped object to travel forward and air resistance wouldn't affect it unless it goes straight down. There is a reason why stuff is aerodynamic
Planes can go faster becouse they have engines, has nothing to do with the aerodynamics. Fot falling stuff, read this snippet from wikipedia-Higher speeds can be attained if the skydiver pulls in his or her limbs (see also freeflying). In this case, the terminal velocity increases to about 320 km/h (200 mph or 90 m/s), which is almost the terminal velocity of the peregrine falcon diving down on its prey. And, this, although they slow down to the terminal velocity of about 320km/h, have much higher speed becouse of the lack of air friction at those altitudes- Competition speed skydivers fly in a head-down position and have reached 531 km/h (330 mph). The current absolute record is held by Alan Eustace of Google who jumped from a height of 135,000 feet (41,000 m) and reached 1,322 km/h (821 mph) beating Felix Baumgartner's record.
i havent found it on kidrex.org so it probably doesnt exist :(
JAT stewardess Vesna Vulović survived a fall of 10,000 metres (33,000 ft) on January 26, 1972 when she was aboard JAT Flight 367. The plane was brought down by explosives over Srbská Kamenice in the former Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic). The Serbian stewardess suffered a broken skull, three broken vertebrae (one crushed completely), and was in a coma for 27 days. In an interview, she commented that, according to the man who found her, "…I was in the middle part of the plane. I was found with my head down and my colleague on top of me. One part of my body with my leg was in the plane and my head was out of the plane. A catering trolley was pinned against my spine and kept me in the plane. The man who found me, says I was very lucky. He was in the German Army as a medic during World War Two. He knew how to treat me at the site of the accident."
This was actually the girlfriend of my doctor's grandfather. She met her one time, damn, the world is such a small place!
They should consider manufacturing commercial paragliders. They have a 0% fatality rate because you are already into the chute if something bad occurs.
>cant open door
so before every flight when they ask if you comfortable opening this door it's only for funsies and this isn't common knowledge among the masses
The door can't be internally semi perma locked.
Air pressure will keep it closed most likely.
It would take some strong humans to push that door open mid flight and one or two of you probably going with it immediately.
lol. Everyone over estimates their own capacity to control their emotions under pressure. In conditions like these, no one in this thread, would be in an "aware state of mind"
Also, you say >10 minutes. Yes maybe they were aware something bad was going on for those 10 minutes, but what I'm saying is it's not until very shortly before death, do people actually realize they're going to die.
It takes nothing short of acceptance of death to jump out of an airplane without a parachute.
they should have an emergency plane in case something goes wrong they can use the plane to land safely. Kinda like when I go tubing down the river I keep a life boat tethered to the tube in case something goes wrong with the tube
Uh, common physics? We learned that shit when I was 12. Water droplets hit the water surface, breaking it and making it wobble. That's why some people who do funny jumps to pools like to put a hose spraying water to the place of landing
clothes aren't soft, fluid filled bags and lack the rigidity of human bones...
they also all likely came out of suitcases.
how are people on this site so dumb? i don't get it. You all lack critical thinking.
because inside job. clothes were planted there by jews
not sure if it will be released. i'm guessing maybe not. for some reason they're really uptight about releasing shit. CVR audio will probably never be released either
All of the door open in. This design helps keep the door in place in case of a latch mechanism malfunction. To open it the cabin would need to be de pressurized and then the door is pulled in. Also, you're a dumb nigger.
>responds seriously to obvious troll post
>why yous guizes so dum???
lol mainstream media BTFO again by kids on the internet