Acta Scientific Computer Sciences

Short Communication Volume 3 Issue 10

The Physical Experiment Cuts the Smolensk Dilemma

Józef Pawelec*

The European University in Warsaw, Poland

*Corresponding Author: The European University in Warsaw, Poland

Received: August 28, 2021; Published: September 14, 2021

There are several hypothesis of the Smolensk tragic catastrophe of 10.04.2010 in Smolensk, USRR: 96 victims, including President of Poland, Lech Kaczynski.

The main two are as follows: the pilot fault (Russia) [1] and the bomb attack (Poland) [2].

We claim, these both are false and we propose to make an experiment. Let us take into account the main determining factors of Tu-154 crash was the dense fog and the high directional fault of the airfield radar -80 (not excluded, that deliberate one).

Bibliography

  1. The Interstate Aviation Committee, The Final Report of Tu-154 Crash, Moscow (2012).
  2. The Min. of Home Office, Poland, the Final Report of Tu-154 Crash, W-w, July 31, 2011, also The Results of Parliamentary Commission.
  3. J Pawelec. “Misguidance under the Polish Tu-154 Crash”. Int. J. of Comp. and Info. Tech., September (2018).
  4. J Pawelec. “The Smolensk Catastrophe in the Light of Physics Lows”. WORLDS4, London, July 30/31, (2019).
  5. J Pawelec. “The Newtonian Model of the Smolensk Catastrophe”. ASTES Journal5 (2020).
  6. D Halliday., et al. “Fundamentals of Physics”. John Wiley Sons (2000).
  7. M Jeżewski. Physics, Gov. Science. Ed., Warsaw (1991).

Citation

Citation: Józef Pawelec. “The Physical Experiment Cuts the Smolensk Dilemma ". Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 3.10 (2021): 45.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2021 Józef Pawelec. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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