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Unsurprisingly you have once again missed the point. We are not asking you to prove that the information is correct. We are telling you not to draw the wrong conclusions from it. Whether it is right or wrong is not relevant. We are simply telling you that this information doesn't translate into a concrete explanation. When the investigation is complete, there will be a statement to say what has happened. Until then, you cannot claim that this is the reason for the Boeing crash. I'm beating a dead horse at this point, but this is what we have been telling you the entire time
You know what . I am tired . Ok you win.

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No 737 8 Max's in the air till May. We can only wonder how this affects Boeing now
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But that wouldn’t explain the thousands of successful max-8 flights
They tried to compensate for the lack of outboard flaps with that silly 'Y' section on the wingtip, tried to make it 'self-stabilising'. Works fine until it hits any turbulence!
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No 737 8 Max's in the air till May. We can only wonder how this affects Boeing now
I'm no expert but I imagine their stocks took a nosedive...

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They tried to compensate for the lack of outboard flaps with that silly 'Y' section on the wingtip, tried to make it 'self-stabilising'. Works fine until it hits any turbulence!
Oh, you’re joking
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Oh, you’re joking
Wish I was... accountancy driven engineering, I'm afraid. Sudden turbulence (updraughts, downdraughts, etc) is very common when close to the ground and can be extreme and unexpected. You've not enough altitude to regain control. Just watch a bird landing in gusty weather... those long, outboard flight feathers are working overtime to maintain control. Basically, he fully deploys his outboard flaps and the 737 MAX doesn't have any!

Of course it works fine in wind tunnel simulations... they don't replicate ground turbulence!
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