Why would we want to defeat Darwinism! That is one of the problems of modern life, everyone can survive. Natural selection is a good thing.
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From: "Dan Wells" <danbwe...@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, Jul 18, 2012 2:05 pm
Subject: CPC: Flight report, Bingen
Come Ancil, Lighten up. I agree with nearly all of your points. Even
pilots who read the site guide and get a site briefing can still make
judgment errors. But maybe we just saved one visiting pilot from becoming a
Darwin award winner.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 11:59 AM
Subject: Re: CPC: Flight report, Bingen
Oh, good, now that should take care of it. That has been missing from the
site all these years and no doubt led to many accidents. :)
Seriously, wasn't that something we all were taught back when we took
lessons? Maybe BOLD isn't good enough, how about flashing RED?
Maybe the warning needs to be filled with misspellings so that some people
will recognize the words better.
On Jul 18, 2012, at 11:49 AM, Steve Roti wrote:
Dan wrote "My only suggestion would be to make the last sentence BOLD and
maybe the start of a new paragraph. That last sentence is the key message."
I've updated the pop-up warning to incorporate Dan's suggestion.
On Wednesday, July 18, 2012 9:56:52 AM UTC-7, Steve Roti wrote:
Here's my first cut at a pop-up warning on the site guide page ...
As I mentioned the text was written by former CPC member John Halle. John
also wrote one of my favorite aviation safety articles of all time, which is
worth a read or a re-read by anyone interested in longevity ...