Sukhoi Superjet-100, THE ERROR OF TECHNOLOGY or human error ?

@advokatku (4037)
May 16, 2012 1:49am CST
Based on the analysis of the position of the victims, we can surmise that the crash of the plane Sukhoi Superjet-100 caused THE ERROR OF TECHNOLOGY not as alleged Russia as a human error. This analysis is based on the pilot's body was found stuck at a tree some distance away from the crash site. The pilot who died along with his parachute snagged at tree, this means that the pilot had a plan to rescue his self after failing to control the plane. But the pilot eventually die because he was not successfully developed an umbrella because the position of the plane was so low that his parachute failed to thrive. Other reason, the pilot requested permission to lower the height of the plane of 10 thousand meters to 6000 meters while the height of the mountain is 7000 meters.
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@thesids (22351)
• Bhubaneswar, India
16 May 12
I havent read through all of that news but yes, going by what you say, I still dont see this as an Error Of technology. When learning and during the experimental stages, things are controlled. but in the real instance, it all depends on the state of the mind of the person. As here, there are two things to note - The pilot lost control of the plane and knew it was to crash. This can play a real stress on the mind of the pilot and in haste he might not have been able to open the chute the right way. And while flying, it is the pilot (if not the autopilot) who decides what height to fly. Now, if he was flying at 6000 meters and the height of mountains is 7000, how come technology is to be blamed? I see this as a Human Error.
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@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
17 May 12
Yes. I heard the news like that. I do not know the truth. I've heard, the news is still confusing. I do not know what to comment I gave, about this accident. But, I hope, all sincere with this incident. We made this as a lesson.