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RE: Cambridge university student breaks open door of plane and falls to her death
https://nypost.com/2019/07/30/motorcycli...eens-cops/

Can I get a thread up in here?

https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/loca...876576001/

Can I get a thread up in here?

https://wcti12.com/news/local/two-hit-an...lin-county

Can I get a thread up in here?

Honestly, someone posts a thread about a singular bizarre death. The only relevant factor for discussion is its bizarre-ness. Why are people acting like this is the only person on the planet that's died in the last few weeks?

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08-02-2019 03:54 AM
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RE: Cambridge university student breaks open door of plane and falls to her death
Thersites, I believe, is on the right track here. There's so many variables, many of which we may never fully comprehend. From what I've read on this, Occam's Razor suggests that she had a schizophrenic break compounded by multiple stresses, from various angles (academic, anti-malarial med, etc). She had little support in a strange place with people that were hardly experts in what she was experiencing.

Personally, I feel this is a tragic loss of a promising young life, based upon the evidence at hand. The fringe elements can say she deserved it, cook up a conspiracy theory about it all, etc etc, whatever.
08-02-2019 04:01 AM
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RE: Cambridge university student breaks open door of plane and falls to her death
(08-01-2019 01:41 PM)Caduceus Wrote:  How do we know she wasn't thrown out ?
This is africa we are talking about....and it was a tiny plane with space for only a few passengers.

(08-01-2019 08:33 PM)Mr. Wolf Wrote:  There's no actual proof that this happened as stated. They only have the testimony of the two others in the plane. They haven't even recovered the body, and it's unlikely that they will bother to look for it in that remote terrain (and certainly not before it's devoured by animals). It is possible that they pushed this girl out of the plane against her will.

But I don't have any reason to doubt the official explanation. I only mention this because many, many young women are so completely flaky nowadays, and their life choices and social media posts are so hysterical, that a similar incident could happen with any one of them and it would be accepted without pause that it was a freak out / suicide / panic attack. Pretty fucked up.

The first thing that came to mind about this story is I've heard that apparently you cannot open a plane door from the inside while in flight because of the pressure differences. Is that true?
08-02-2019 04:06 AM
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RE: Cambridge university student breaks open door of plane and falls to her death
^^^^^^
The above is true on big passenger planes that fly high.

This was a tiny plane plane flying relatively low...no pressurised cabin.
08-02-2019 04:18 AM
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(08-01-2019 11:56 AM)Lovinglife Wrote:  “Ms Johnson fought for five minutes trying to hold her, but when she was exhausted and out of breath she let go.

Poor Ms Johnson.
Just a random tourist on holiday, now she has to live with that memory for the rest of her life.

(08-01-2019 07:11 PM)Rorogue Wrote:  "Failed" research trip.

She tried to hit on some Tyrone's but they ignored her dumpy ass.

That's why all these girls go there anyway isn't it?

There's no "Tyrone" on Madagascar.

The Malagasy are an Austronesian people with varying levels of African admixture, mostly in the coastal regions.
The average look there is basically Blasian.

Maybe you could find some guy called Tiramanana instead.
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08-02-2019 06:06 AM
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RE: Cambridge university student breaks open door of plane and falls to her death
Frankly, I think its a bit disgusting to make jokes and assumptions
about a girl simply because she had a medical psychosis episode.

As someone who has taken anti-malaria Larium and then stopped
after 4 doses I can attest that it is a truly awful and nightmarish
experience. She was in sweltering Africa and dehydrated.
You have to take Larium with a liter of water and hope that your
body is strong enough to combat the poison.
I would guess she didn't eat enough food or water.
And her body size was too thin to deal with a large dose.

Even men and soldiers have committed murder as a side effect
of Larium. There apparently is no cure for Larium overdose.

ON Larium, your head and brain feel like they are dying (which
they are from the poison) and being squeezed in.

She should have been sedated.
But its also likely the motion sickness of the small
Cessna caused further
stress that she could not handle so she jumped out of the plane.
08-02-2019 03:12 PM
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(08-01-2019 11:16 PM)Thersites Wrote:  If she was already on anti-depressant meds, it could also be a case 1). Her developing toxicity to them or 2). Drug interactions with something like alcohol.

Extreme paranoia is a well known side effect of antimalarial drugs.
No need for any other drugs or mental problems.
08-03-2019 02:36 AM
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She had countless panic attacks in planes before and then she goes on trips in small planes just because?

That girl is the epitome of the "career girl mindset" that lets the women go push forward despite having no need for it whatsoever. They are not supposed to be explorers and Lara Crofts. Evolution has not equipped them to be that way and this proof once again that evolution was right.
08-03-2019 06:58 AM
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(08-03-2019 02:36 AM)John Dodds Wrote:  
(08-01-2019 11:16 PM)Thersites Wrote:  If she was already on anti-depressant meds, it could also be a case 1). Her developing toxicity to them or 2). Drug interactions with something like alcohol.

Extreme paranoia is a well known side effect of antimalarial drugs.
No need for any other drugs or mental problems.

I wouldn't take any of that insane crap pushed by the pharma-lobby. Also the effectiveness of those drugs as well as the shitty trpical vaccines are ridiculously low. Guess she paid the price for believing in it - if true, then her condition was explainable. Still - she had many other such incidents which were not as bad. I think that she already had a mental condition that should have stopped her from entering a small plane for the next years at least.
08-03-2019 07:00 AM
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