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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #30 on: September 14, 2008, 10:14:28 AM »
Well, do you know how to work with an FMGC? Do you even know what that is? Do you know what is the typical take off configuration of an A320? Do you know what a CATIII approach is? do you know what a NAT is? Do you know what's the impact of packs on take off? Do you know what's the true effect of the different settings of the autobrake on landing? do you know what a squak 7600 means? do you know which should you give priority, the TCAS or ATC? do you know where the Vref value usually is on an A320? do you know what to do to relight an engine on the air?

First off you can't answer any of those questions, but lets test my knowledge (without looking anything up) and then see how well you do against my test.

1. FMGC: Flight Managemnet Guidance Computerv(this was a guess)
2. Takeoff config of an A320:  Flaps 20, throttles at T/O power.
3. CATIII approach: Which CATIII are you referring to?(try and be specific in your questions)  As a very general answer a CATIII ILS is an Instrument Approach.
4. NAT: I don't know this one.
5. Impact of the packs on T/O: What packs are you referring to?  The a/c packs?  The a/c packs draw bleed air off the engines thereby reducing the available power for T/O.  Please be more clear so I can have a fair shot answering the question.
6. The true effects of autobraking:  Rollout distance.
7. Squawking 7600:  NORDO
8. Which has priority TCAS or ATC: TCAS(but only when an RA is given)
9. Vref of an A320: Again not a very clear question.  What is the weight of the aircraft?  I'm going to attempt an average.  Lets say 130kts. Am I close?
10. How to relite a motor inflight:  Airstart ignition on.

Now you fucking noober, I have attempted to answer your very specific questions without seaching for anything.  Those are off the top of my head, as you can tell by the ones that I got incorrect.   I am going to ask you the same amount of aviation questions, lets see how you fair.  Now remember no cheating, only off the top of your head.

1. Aircraft is at 35,000ft his indicated airspeed is 230kts with a tailwind of 170kts what is his true airspeed?(I know you seen this one before but you never answered it so I gave it to you again.)
2. What does squawking 7700 mean?
3. Takeoff configuration of a Gulfstream IV?
4. What is the impact of ice, 3/4 of an inch thick, on the leading edge of a KC-130 wings.
5. When shooting a Instrument Approach in IFR conditions are you allowed to descend below the decision height prior to executing a Go Around?
6. Whats the difference between a decision height and a minimum descent altitude?
7. Whats the difference between a Transition Altitude and a Transition Level?
8. What is the thunderstorm penetration speed for a KC-130?
9. What are Ground Spoilers used for?
10. What is the rotation speed of a T-56-A16 turboprop engine at 100% RPM?

There you go noober, do your best.  Also out of some miracle that you can answer your own questions at the top, please let me know which of your questions I got right and which I got wrong.





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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #31 on: September 14, 2008, 11:55:49 AM »
Well, do you know how to work with an FMGC? Do you even know what that is? Do you know what is the typical take off configuration of an A320? Do you know what a CATIII approach is? do you know what a NAT is? Do you know what's the impact of packs on take off? Do you know what's the true effect of the different settings of the autobrake on landing? do you know what a squak 7600 means? do you know which should you give priority, the TCAS or ATC? do you know where the Vref value usually is on an A320? do you know what to do to relight an engine on the air?

First off you can't answer any of those questions, but lets test my knowledge (without looking anything up) and then see how well you do against my test.

1. FMGC: Flight Managemnet Guidance Computerv(this was a guess) <-- correct
2. Takeoff config of an A320:  Flaps 20, throttles at T/O power. <-- WTF!? O.O NO!!!!!! Config 1+F at FLEX is the most commonly used
3. CATIII approach: Which CATIII are you referring to?(try and be specific in your questions)  As a very general answer a CATIII ILS is an Instrument Approach. <-- in which the pilot assumes control of the aircraft at what time? I know there' A and B but lets say it's a CATIIIA
4. NAT: I don't know this one. <-- North Atlantic Track, a route used by pilots flying from europe to north america and vise versa, that flys up norther, WHERE THE EARTH HAS A SMALL RADIUS BTW
5. Impact of the packs on T/O: What packs are you referring to?  The a/c packs?  The a/c packs draw bleed air off the engines thereby reducing the available power for T/O.  Please be more clear so I can have a fair shot answering the question. Yes those were the oones I was refering to, correct
6. The true effects of autobraking:  Rollout distance. correct
7. Squawking 7600:  NORDO <-- lost of communications, correct
8. Which has priority TCAS or ATC: TCAS(but only when an RA is given) <-- correct
9. Vref of an A320: Again not a very clear question.  What is the weight of the aircraft?  I'm going to attempt an average.  Lets say 130kts. Am I close? I said on average, you won't see any A320 landing at 60 tons, I hope, at least on a normal operations situation. But yeah, it's around that value
10. How to relite a motor inflight:  Airstart ignition on. And I guesss you can do that at any altitude, any speed

Now you fucking noober, I have attempted to answer your very specific questions without seaching for anything.  Those are off the top of my head, as you can tell by the ones that I got incorrect.   I am going to ask you the same amount of aviation questions, lets see how you fair.  Now remember no cheating, only off the top of your head.

1. Aircraft is at 35,000ft his indicated airspeed is 230kts with a tailwind of 170kts what is his true airspeed?(I know you seen this one before but you never answered it so I gave it to you again.) <-- I hate maths, but it's somewhere around 400 knots, I am sorry, but I don't know the flight level convertion table
2. What does squawking 7700 mean? emergency
3. Takeoff configuration of a Gulfstream IV? I don't know as I am more of a airliner whise, but heck, if it has a flap system simmilar to boeing, and by that I mean flap settings like 1, 5, 10, 15, 25, 30, 40, and judging by it's weight, it should be somewhere around falps5, but then again, flap settings change on different takeoffs, due to weight, runway lenght and status, slope, wind, temperature, altitude, and I can't recall anything else at the moment
4. What is the impact of ice, 3/4 of an inch thick, on the leading edge of a KC-130 wings. <-- again, airliner whise, but it will increase it's drag, and decrese it's lift. very generic answer, I know
5. When shooting a Instrument Approach in IFR conditions are you allowed to descend below the decision height prior to executing a Go Around? only if you have the runway in sight
6. Whats the difference between a decision height and a minimum descent altitude? alittude is at sea level, height at ground level
7. Whats the difference between a Transition Altitude and a Transition Level? Transistion altitude is when the pilot changes his baro setting from the local area, to 1013 milibars. below this altitude, the pilot flys with a local baro setting. transition level, well, I'll say it again, from this level to aboce, the pilot flys at 1010 mb
8. What is the thunderstorm penetration speed for a KC-130? I don't know again, and I've only asked you one aircraft specific question, remember that
9. What are Ground Spoilers used for? To kill lift, so that the aircraft stays on the ground during landing.
10. What is the rotation speed of a T-56-A16 turboprop engine at 100% RPM? same as 8 -.-'

There you go noober, do your best.  Also out of some miracle that you can answer your own questions at the top, please let me know which of your questions I got right and which I got wrong.





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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #32 on: September 14, 2008, 12:12:24 PM »
Well, assuming you didn't look any of those up, you did alot better than I thought you would.  The only one you flat out missed(besides the aircraft specific) was #6.

You need to learn the quote system on the board a little better I almost missed your responses.

Looks like you have enough aviation knowledge to continue our previous discussion.  Let's go back to this.

And Qantas flights go around the rim without ever running out of fuel right?
There are high speed jet streams at altitude near the edge. It is possible to circumnavigate the ice wall in less than an hour.
Sorry pal, aircraft have speed limits ;)

What does the jet stream have to do with speed limits of an airplane?  And to use terms your used to what is the ground speed limit for an A320?



Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #33 on: September 14, 2008, 01:26:45 PM »
Well, assuming you didn't look any of those up, you did alot better than I thought you would.  The only one you flat out missed(besides the aircraft specific) was #6.

You need to learn the quote system on the board a little better I almost missed your responses.

Looks like you have enough aviation knowledge to continue our previous discussion.  Let's go back to this.

And Qantas flights go around the rim without ever running out of fuel right?
There are high speed jet streams at altitude near the edge. It is possible to circumnavigate the ice wall in less than an hour.


Sorry pal, aircraft have speed limits ;)

What does the jet stream have to do with speed limits of an airplane?  And to use terms your used to what is the ground speed limit for an A320?




I'm sorry for the quoting issues, somethings wrong with me today :-X

AFAIK, the A320's don't have any ground speed limits, but if you get a jet stream all of the sudden from your back, your airspeed will easily drop, fortunately the airbuses have the a-floor protection, so they won't stall, but you'll freak the hell out of your pax..

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #34 on: September 14, 2008, 01:38:21 PM »
I'm sorry for the quoting issues, somethings wrong with me today :-X

AFAIK, the A320's don't have any ground speed limits, but if you get a jet stream all of the sudden from your back, your airspeed will easily drop, fortunately the airbuses have the a-floor protection, so they won't stall, but you'll freak the hell out of your pax..

No worries.  I found them.


A tailwind increases your speed.  It does not slow it down.  You want a tailwind. 

What we are discussing here is that if I had an IAS of 230kts at 35,000 ft and a TAS of 450kts and a tailwind of 250 kts, my ground speed would be 700kts.  What airspeed limit does this violate?  What if we increase that tailwind to 450 kts?  Now my GS is 900 kts.  Have I exceeded any limits yet? 

Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #35 on: September 14, 2008, 01:47:49 PM »
I'm sorry for the quoting issues, somethings wrong with me today :-X

AFAIK, the A320's don't have any ground speed limits, but if you get a jet stream all of the sudden from your back, your airspeed will easily drop, fortunately the airbuses have the a-floor protection, so they won't stall, but you'll freak the hell out of your pax..

No worries.  I found them.


A tailwind increases your speed.  It does not slow it down.  You want a tailwind. 

What we are discussing here is that if I had an IAS of 230kts at 35,000 ft and a TAS of 450kts and a tailwind of 250 kts, my ground speed would be 700kts.  What airspeed limit does this violate?  What if we increase that tailwind to 450 kts?  Now my GS is 900 kts.  Have I exceeded any limits yet? 
Ah yeah, thats right (bangs head against the wall) The problem isn't ground speed, if I could, I could fly at 9999999 knots in groundspeed, the problem is indicated airspeed, which at FL350 shouldn't exceed 300 knots, or something like that, I can't recall the exact value...

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #36 on: September 14, 2008, 11:18:32 PM »
Ah yeah, thats right (bangs head against the wall) The problem isn't ground speed, if I could, I could fly at 9999999 knots in groundspeed, the problem is indicated airspeed, which at FL350 shouldn't exceed 300 knots, or something like that, I can't recall the exact value...

And here is the problem.  You argued that the Ice Rims tailwind couldn't be high enough to push you around the edge in record time.  Yet we just found out that we could.  In your words "fly at 99999999 knots groundspeed"   The tailwind has nothing to do with indicated or true airspeed.  So we are not violating any aircraft limits.  Go back and look at your first posts to this you will see where your mistake was.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #37 on: September 15, 2008, 12:15:13 AM »
Also, light is conveyored by protoms.
Why justify an illegitimate attack with a legitimate response?

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #38 on: September 15, 2008, 12:21:38 AM »
I think you are my new biggest fan. :)

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #39 on: September 15, 2008, 05:34:35 AM »
Ah yeah, thats right (bangs head against the wall) The problem isn't ground speed, if I could, I could fly at 9999999 knots in groundspeed, the problem is indicated airspeed, which at FL350 shouldn't exceed 300 knots, or something like that, I can't recall the exact value...

And here is the problem.  You argued that the Ice Rims tailwind couldn't be high enough to push you around the edge in record time.  Yet we just found out that we could.  In your words "fly at 99999999 knots groundspeed"   The tailwind has nothing to do with indicated or true airspeed.  So we are not violating any aircraft limits.  Go back and look at your first posts to this you will see where your mistake was.

Didn't someone mention something about a minor issue with wind shear as you enter or leave these hypersonic jet streams?
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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #40 on: September 15, 2008, 05:36:18 AM »
Didn't someone mention something about a minor issue with wind shear as you enter or leave these hypersonic jet streams?

The planes have sophisticated equipment onboard that allows them to take advantage of quantum effects to teleport sideways into the jet stream. They never physically enter or exit the jet streams.
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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #41 on: September 15, 2008, 05:49:49 AM »
Didn't someone mention something about a minor issue with wind shear as you enter or leave these hypersonic jet streams?

The planes have sophisticated equipment onboard that allows them to take advantage of quantum effects to teleport sideways into the jet stream. They never physically enter or exit the jet streams.

Ya... you have no clue what you are talking about. Jet stream =Turbulence. Aircraft that "surf" the jet stream do it in the areas where the jet stream isn't moving to fast, they will avoid anything high.

Turbulence in the JS is caused from winds moving at different speeds and different directions at different heights. The changes can happen in less than 500 feet and be 180 Degree turn and 100kts in the other direction, or a 50 kt change in the same wind direction.

In conclusion if you are in the dead center of a jet max or even jet stream traveling at 200 + kts you will shake like a mo fro.

Remember in another post you made the comment that you didn't know enough to post about any of this stuff, here you are now posting.

If I get board at work I will get the thresholds for turbulence. You will see it doesn't take much.

Research what you are going to post so you're not as wrong next time.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #42 on: September 15, 2008, 05:52:00 AM »
Didn't someone mention something about a minor issue with wind shear as you enter or leave these hypersonic jet streams?

The planes have sophisticated equipment onboard that allows them to take advantage of quantum effects to teleport sideways into the jet stream. They never physically enter or exit the jet streams.

Cool, that means instant acceleration and inertial dampers (can't have the first class passengers spilling their drinks). 
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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #43 on: September 15, 2008, 05:53:21 AM »
They don't fly in the centre of the streams, which are directly over the ice wall and move at around 50 kilometres per second. They fly towards the edge, over the Southern Ocean, where the speeds are much slower but still sufficient to shorten the flight times enough to create the illusion of a Round Earth.
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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #44 on: September 15, 2008, 05:54:34 AM »
Cool, that means instant acceleration and inertial dampers (can't have the first class passengers spilling their drinks). 

No, the wings are mounted on rails. As they teleport, the brakes on the wings are released and as they catch the wind they begin to move forward on the rails. The brakes are then slowly applied to the wings again and the aeroplane accelerates to move with them.
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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #45 on: September 15, 2008, 06:05:58 AM »
Ah yeah, thats right (bangs head against the wall) The problem isn't ground speed, if I could, I could fly at 9999999 knots in groundspeed, the problem is indicated airspeed, which at FL350 shouldn't exceed 300 knots, or something like that, I can't recall the exact value...

And here is the problem.  You argued that the Ice Rims tailwind couldn't be high enough to push you around the edge in record time.  Yet we just found out that we could.  In your words "fly at 99999999 knots groundspeed"   The tailwind has nothing to do with indicated or true airspeed.  So we are not violating any aircraft limits.  Go back and look at your first posts to this you will see where your mistake was.
It will push the plane, but many small pieces of it :-X such a windshear would blow completely the plane into a million of pieces, winds over 75 knots already are very problematic for a plane to keep it's mach speed and it's altitude, no to mention stabilty

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #46 on: September 15, 2008, 06:10:53 AM »
Cool, that means instant acceleration and inertial dampers (can't have the first class passengers spilling their drinks). 

No, the wings are mounted on rails. As they teleport, the brakes on the wings are released and as they catch the wind they begin to move forward on the rails. The brakes are then slowly applied to the wings again and the aeroplane accelerates to move with them.


I am not even going to rebuttal your stupidity. Quit making shit up when you have no clue. If you don't know just say "I don't know" or do like Tom and just stop posting in the thread.

Look at you post it's retarded... airplanes, rails... WTF

How fast are these supersonic jet streams? Give me a speed.

I also hop you know that the JS is a main player in weather. And the southern hemisphere get the same type of weather as we do in the northern other than the fact that systems do move slightly quicker do to the lack of friction over the ocean.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #47 on: September 15, 2008, 07:11:21 AM »
How fast are these supersonic jet streams? Give me a speed.

They don't fly in the centre of the streams, which are directly over the ice wall and move at around 50 kilometres per second. They fly towards the edge, over the Southern Ocean, where the speeds are much slower but still sufficient to shorten the flight times enough to create the illusion of a Round Earth.
I'm going to side with the white supremacists.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #48 on: September 15, 2008, 05:58:32 PM »
How fast are these supersonic jet streams? Give me a speed.

They don't fly in the centre of the streams, which are directly over the ice wall and move at around 50 kilometres per second. They fly towards the edge, over the Southern Ocean, where the speeds are much slower but still sufficient to shorten the flight times enough to create the illusion of a Round Earth.

You dont know?

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #49 on: September 15, 2008, 07:27:10 PM »
It will push the plane, but many small pieces of it :-X such a windshear would blow completely the plane into a million of pieces, winds over 75 knots already are very problematic for a plane to keep it's mach speed and it's altitude, no to mention stabilty

I have personally flown in 150-190 knot winds at altitude.  And as long as the wind is not changing direction it is fairly smooth.

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« Reply #50 on: September 15, 2008, 09:31:38 PM »
How fast are these supersonic jet streams? Give me a speed.

They don't fly in the centre of the streams, which are directly over the ice wall and move at around 50 kilometres per second. They fly towards the edge, over the Southern Ocean, where the speeds are much slower but still sufficient to shorten the flight times enough to create the illusion of a Round Earth.

You dont know?

They don't fly in the centre of the streams, which are directly over the ice wall and move at around 50 kilometres per second. They fly towards the edge, over the Southern Ocean, where the speeds are much slower but still sufficient to shorten the flight times enough to create the illusion of a Round Earth.
I'm going to side with the white supremacists.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #51 on: September 21, 2008, 12:42:08 AM »
What does the jetstream have to do with airspeed?  Dude, you need some serious aviation education.

'Dude' what aviation knowledge do you have? just answer this question instead of talking in circles rather than answering anyone's qustions and insulting someone who is obviously on your site because there was a strike of curiousity. Every single thread you guys insult more than you explain actual facts to keep believers. Is there a reason you dont want anyone to start believing it is round? anyone who is as much of a believer to actually join such a small society like the flat earth should have the enthusiasm to try and make believers and know that you are obviously going to get questions filled with doubt since 99.99999999% of the world believes the millions and millions of articles containing actual facts that anyone can see make complete sense. All responses i have seen so far keep saying that thousands of scientists are wrong because you say so or if the question is to hard you insult them or say "FAQ". Trust us its probably the first thing everyone reads but still has questions because your one to two word responses do not really tell us ANYTHING. Do me a favor and google Facts the earth is Round or phrase it anyway you want and i am willing to bet you that you will find more than you need to learn your theories are bogus. An ice wall thats hillarious. Like no one has ever travelled to this "wall". Dont you think their families would be wondering where they were if the government killed them? sheesh if no one in the flat earth society has seen this wall how do you get this theory? Or did the magical creatures and fairies let you in on a little secret?

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #52 on: September 21, 2008, 06:13:52 AM »
What does the jetstream have to do with airspeed?  Dude, you need some serious aviation education.

'Dude' what aviation knowledge do you have?

I have lots.


The rest of your post was long and boring and drawn out.  So I didn't read it.  Also lrn2paragraph.

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Re: someone needs a toxicology exam...
« Reply #53 on: September 21, 2008, 02:33:03 PM »
What does the jetstream have to do with airspeed?  Dude, you need some serious aviation education.

'Dude' what aviation knowledge do you have?

I have lots.


The rest of your post was long and boring and drawn out.  So I didn't read it.  Also lrn2paragraph.

lol it's a rant, i was not really focused on the layout. You didnt read it because your whole society has a problem with listening to reason!!! Do you know that your whole theory was actually made up as a joke and then you idiots just ended up believing it? Yes i did the research and not just online. Everyone is laughing at you and you know it! The only explanation that sane people give you guys is that you fall into the type of people who just go against what everyone else believes to draw attention to yourself. NOTE TO EVERYONE... IF YOU IGNORE THEM THEY WILL MOVE ON!!!

Dont bother replying i doubt i will ever be interested in coming back to this site. I thought MAYBE someone would respond who had a brain and wasnt 12 - 14 years old.

Oh and one last thing. How can you believe in an Ice wall that some guy only stopped at because he couldnt go any farther? He even said that it was not a wall that it seemed to go on forever. If you walked on it you would probably start heading back to the place you started!

Your response will probably be some stupid one liner that this was too long and you can't be bothered reading. Maybe if you read a little you would know the earth is Round you tool! Arrrgg Being ignorant is a horrible way to live.