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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by rk911, Aug 15, 2018.
Sounds like a wing walker is getting/got fired
I am awestruck by the brilliant journalism here ...
"No injuries were reported and officials at O'Hare said the incident is not affecting air travel general air travel, though the flights involving the two aircraft are affected."
They ignored the pauli exclusion principle because they were both rightside up?
What did they think was going to happen with 2 planes on the TARMAC????
Did they check for injuries at the nearby schools?
The Pauli Exclusion principle only applies to fermions (particles with half integer spin). These planes were on the ground and weren't in any sort of spin- they have to be stalled to spin, and you can't stall a plane on the ground. Therefore, the Pauli exclusion principle doesn't apply.
Two solid objects can’t occupy the same space at the same time.
Not if he was signalling the tug driver to stop and the tug driver wasn't paying attention. Seen that.
Is that kind of like Bernoulli’s Principle?
well, today is wednesday and we all know that wednesday is bernoulli spaghetti day.
No, because their fans were all turning in the same direction.
ATC: "Quantum 123, confirm spin up."
123: "Confirmed, we're spin up, 123."
ATC: "Quantum 456, confirm spin down."
456: "Affirmative, spin down, 456."
ATC: Quantum 123, you're cleared for takeoff runway 16, break, Quantum 456, you're cleared for takeoff runway 16."
Besides, they're piloted by BOSONS.
Thank you, thank you, we'll be here all week!
According to the article, “Both planes sustained left wing damage.” Did one of the planes back into its gate?
Think about it again. They often push back and pull them out of the hole. Very tight at some of O’Hare gates.
Supercollider? I hardly know 'er!
I heard a bus full of nuns got in a fender bender three states over, and theiyre checking for a correlation now...
But, were they on a flight plan???
Should have asked for ground following instead of flight following.
Both United, huh? Hmmmmm. . . .
Only if they were Navy planes
At the wing tips, apparently.
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No, she married Eddie Van Halen ....
The newsies love to use the word "tarmac" as if it is a place on an airport. They prove once again that they have no idea what they are reporting on, but want you to think they are experts and you should listen to them.