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The real reason Boeing's new plane crashed twice


 
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 4 days ago '15        #1
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theshoegawd 579 heat pts579
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The real reason Boeing's new plane crashed twice
 

 
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 3 days ago '19        #2
BOLO1 1 heat pts
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A "software update" for a mechanical problem. Capitalistic greed is a muthafukr.
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 3 days ago '06        #3
realgunta 895 heat pts895
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will watch later
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 3 days ago '17        #4
RayDonovan 
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Greed over safety
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 3 days ago '13        #5
818digi 
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Dam, that’s fu*ked up. All for profits. I hope they get sued and these families can some closure. fu*king dumb a*s FAA really playing with peoples lives to let one company compete. What happened to free markets and competition allows more then 2 company’s to rule the sky?
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 3 days ago '16        #6
arkhambite101 
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QC not a thing anymore...Taking shortcuts just to keep up. How you do that when people lives are on the line.


Last edited by arkhambite101; 04-15-2019 at 01:15 PM.. Reason: @ above summed it up
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 3 days ago '06        #7
imthatinfamous 44 heat pts44
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that's some gross negligence right there
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 3 days ago '06        #8
Sammyboi22 1 heat pts
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Well that’s fu*ked.
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 3 days ago '09        #9
messy marv stan 5232 heat pts5232
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 imthatinfamous said
that's some gross negligence right there

not one executive will go to jail smh. expect a "sudden resignation" when the lawsuits start
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 3 days ago '06        #10
imthatinfamous 44 heat pts44
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 messy marv stan said
not one executive will go to jail smh. expect a "sudden resignation" when the lawsuits start
why should an executive go to jail? engineers, programmers, data analysts, etc were all involved...even a governmen't entity failed in proper credentialing of the airplane....
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 3 days ago '11        #11
eliwood 147 heat pts147
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Summary? I'm at work and can't listen

 3 days ago '17        #12
Naga Sadow 32 heat pts32
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 BOLO1 said
A "software update" for a mechanical problem. Capitalistic greed is a muthafukr.
The crazy thing is that they were supposed to do the update months ago but because of the government shutdown they couldn't.
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 3 days ago '04        #13
King Ryan 5 heat pts
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 imthatinfamous said
why should an executive go to jail? engineers, programmers, data analysts, etc were all involved...even a governmen't entity failed in proper credentialing of the airplane....
Stop being naive, you know executives main priorities is pleasing it shareholder especially when their compensation is tied to the performance of their stock, selling a necessity safety program a la carte and not including it in the ultimate purchase is gross negligence and since people died manslaughter, executives are the ones who make these decision everyone you listed below just follow orders.
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 3 days ago '04        #14
CentsCuZ 20 heat pts20
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The craziest part is, a second sensor/indicator that could've prevented it all by alerting pilots to the existence of a damaged sensor, was an upgrade sold by Boeing. And, even to this day, Boeing provides only one of two safety upgrades for free relating to this issue.

Basically, Boeing is charging more for sensors and indicators that could save lives in crucial moments like those that led to the crash. And the airlines buying the planes were thinking no way Boeing would be dumb enough to not make the planes safe enough, so they're passing on safety upgrades that cost thousands on $120+ million plane. Boeing is run by some real dumb business people to think it's smart to not just include safety sensors in the cost of a plane that expensive.
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 3 days ago '04        #15
R Dot 4 heat pts
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 Naga Sadow said
The crazy thing is that they were supposed to do the update months ago but because of the government shutdown they couldn't.
From what the video shows that planes flaws where bigger than the software update. If I was fam of anybody on one of those planes I’d be getting that class action lawsuit ready and taking Boeing for as much as possible.
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 3 days ago '15        #16
Maxbcline 
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Airbus CEO watching like
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 3 days ago '04        #17
georgebenson 11 heat pts11
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summary is instead of upgrading the physical design of the plane to go with the bigger engine they decided to let software manage the imbalance of the engine hanging over the front of the wing!
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 3 days ago '04        #18
1nonly 15 heat pts15
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crazy video. I'm still surprised at greed reach but I guess I shouldn't

 3 days ago '07        #19
Dice City 4 heat pts
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I would say unbelievable....but i believe it
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 3 days ago '06        #20
imthatinfamous 44 heat pts44
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 King Ryan said
Stop being naive, you know executives main priorities is pleasing it shareholder especially when their compensation is tied to the performance of their stock, selling a necessity safety program a la carte and not including it in the ultimate purchase is gross negligence and since people died manslaughter, executives are the ones who make these decision everyone you listed below just follow orders.
If there is evidence that the engineer team told the executives that there was a hazard, and the executive pushed it, I would agree with you...but do you have any idea what goes into manufacturing a plan? Or a modification like this? Engineers had to give it the ok...and engineers most likely created the MCAS system as a fix for the tail dips they were noting in tests...but somehow someway justice will be served is someone with the title executive is jailed...tall about naive

 3 days ago '04        #21
CrAkKedOuT 1042 heat pts1042
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 arkhambite101 said
QC not a thing anymore...Taking shortcuts just to keep up. How you do that when people lives are on the line.
QC is a thing, stop it.
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 3 days ago '15        #22
ChoAssUp 78 heat pts78
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Thats some despicable stuff smh. Playing with people's lives like that for financial gain. Humans ain't sh*t.

 3 days ago '05        #23
pnoi89 18 heat pts18
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The negligence is on the other countries and their abysmal training requirements to fly a plane.
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 3 days ago '05        #24
pnoi89 18 heat pts18
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 arkhambite101 said
QC not a thing anymore...Taking shortcuts just to keep up. How you do that when people lives are on the line.
The other countries are the guys taking the shortcuts...

What about the 1,500 minimum flight hours to fly commercial planes in America vs. say Ethiopia’s 200 minimum flight hours? Could it be the lack in experienced pilots be the factor, instead of blaming the plane?

 3 days ago '05        #25
pnoi89 18 heat pts18
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 CentsCuZ said
The craziest part is, a second sensor/indicator that could've prevented it all by alerting pilots to the existence of a damaged sensor, was an upgrade sold by Boeing. And, even to this day, Boeing provides only one of two safety upgrades for free relating to this issue.

Basically, Boeing is charging more for sensors and indicators that could save lives in crucial moments like those that led to the crash. And the airlines buying the planes were thinking no way Boeing would be dumb enough to not make the planes safe enough, so they're passing on safety upgrades that cost thousands on $120+ million plane. Boeing is run by some real dumb business people to think it's smart to not just include safety sensors in the cost of a plane that expensive.
Why should Boeing get the blame for those airlines passing on the sensors?

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