NotoriousREV t1_j6oc64b wrote

He kept that one box in readable condition without a waterproof box but nothing else? Hmm, I think there may be a slight flaw in your reasoning. Either he’s found a way of keeping stuff safe, or he hasn’t.

You also need to go and rewatch the scenes where he’s collecting the boxes and, later on, when he starts to open them.


NotoriousREV t1_j2j7b33 wrote

We’ve had a water leak near us, on the main road, for over 3 years. They’ve made 2 previous attempts to fix it, which failed. When we had the cold snap just before Xmas it created a skating rink across the road so they actually came and tried again to fix it, which looks to have worked so far.

I can’t help but think that taking less than 3 years to fix a considerable leak would save a shit load of water and doesn’t require any fancy new technology to be invented.


NotoriousREV t1_j0qeju0 wrote

You’ve tried to argue it’s not a serious R&D attempt, and you’ve argued that Airbus are doing it wrong, all in order to avoid saying “Wow, I didn’t know that, I was wrong”. That’s not a discussion.

I don’t know you, but I’d be certain that Airbus have considered this far more deeply, and with far more expertise than you have. If you want argue it, you need to argue with them. I’m sure they’ll appreciate your valuable input.