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you know, i dont think they ever did.
(I just can`t help myself. Some things never get old to me.)
yes. theres not enough room on that floating thing. but there obviously in no danger anymore. worse come to worse youd have to swim a couple hundred meters. which in that cold would be horrible. but bearable. but i id assume somebody would see a plane hittin the water and call rescue or something
**Stands up and applauds**
Bird strikes are common enough. It doesn`t take a lot of flesh & bones to seize up a turbine engine. They were just unlucky in that the birds went into BOTH engines.
I can`t believe someone hasn`t invented a proper guard yet to prevent the birds from going in.
That is not the purpose of air crash investigations, smart one. They are designed to improve the safety of air travel and are intended to prevent future acidents.
Weight of each bird = 5 lbsWeight of plane = 800000 lbs
Amazing. I still think of the movie "Birds" each time I hear this story. . .
This was very cool though, I like how all the people are like cheering...I woulda been flipping out!
You`re joking, right?
Since when the hell did we -ever- reconstruct ANY historical event with the aim to undo it?
After you answer that question (correctly, I hope) ask yourself now, why ELSE would they reconstruct it?
For the public?
Just for kicks?
All of which are viable reasons, unlike the one you assumed they made it for.