Kobe & Brandy at The Prom, an oral history....
Scary ass re-enactment of the flight.
I've never captained a ship either, but that doesn't keep me from understanding that the Titanic's sinking was also avoidable.
Over your headI've never captained a ship either, but that doesn't keep me from understanding that the Titanic's sinking was also avoidable.
Right... and he decided to pick up speed decending... right after he rose 875ft. to 2300ft. Why? And why hard dive left? I understand there's disorientation that pilots can go under in fog, but I haven't heard one pilot expain why couldn't he slow down, especially in pure white out fog, on the downward decent assuming there's no stall or engine problem? He sped up.Fuck! They were only a hundred feet away from clear skies, but the pilot decided to do a quick decline and then left turn at the same time, and didn't realize that the terrain was rising. This shit was totally avoidable!!!