by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: “It looks like the right front and side windows were blown out, most probably from inside out,” European airline pilot
Just a short note.
The MSM is focusing solely on the ACARS report that smoke detectors went off in two locations right behind and underneath the cockpit just before the plane made a “jerky and sudden” 90 deg turn to the left and then plummeted into the Mediterranean Sea. They claim this means either a terrorist attack inside the plane or a mechanical malfunction caused a fire on-board and that is what brought down Egyptair Flight MS804.
As is usually the case with the MSM, that is not entirely accurate.
Turns out, sudden decompression can cause smoke detectors to go off on a plane.
The Telegraph reports that the signals likely indicate an internal explosion that could have blown out windows from the inside out and started a fire on board. An external explosion, like the missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, would have caused more alarms to trigger.Although industry analyst Robert W. Mann tells The New York Times that a fire onboard was not necessarily the only way to cause the automated messages. “The messages could also have been prompted by rapid decompression of the aircraft, which can produce condensation that the plane’s sensors could mistake for smoke,” Mr. Mann said” CS Monitor
Notice what the Telegraph did? They deliberately tried to undermine the theory that the plane could have been hit by a missile like Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. I wonder why they would do that.
Well, they would probably do that because more and more the information we are getting is making it look like a missile brought down Flight MS804 and not “terrorism” or a mechanical failure of some kind.
Rapid decompression could have caused those sensors to go off and the fact that they were both located near the cockpit says a lot, especially when you consider what happened with Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. Here’s a little visual aid to help you guys remember.