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**** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/04/2010 09:25 AM
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**** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
I don't have the link...

Looks like Solar Storms are having an effect on small planes.
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Re: **** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
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08/04/2010 09:29 AM
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Re: **** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
How can you blame the solar storm so quickly?
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Re: **** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
I went on the KSAZ web site. Plane crashed around 6:00 AM.
That is Arizona time.

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08/04/2010 09:37 AM
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Re: **** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
How can you blame the solar storm so quickly?
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Too many in quick succession under a perfect storm.

What do you expect?
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Re: **** CNN - Small plane crashed in Arizona ****
How can you blame the solar storm so quickly?

Too many in quick succession under a perfect storm.

What do you expect?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 886335


Well I dont know... maybe the obvious... Pilot error, or mechanical failure.

Then again, my car did almost did reach interstellar orbit as if pulled by a solar tractor beam earlier. I'm betting it was the solar rays bouncing inversely off the gravitational pull of Niberu as the Star Trek enterprise came out of Warp.

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