Crime Notification: Physics professor M. Dakowski, an expert on rotation dynamics, conservation law and materials resistance made calculations showing that the death of each passenger of the plane was highly unlikely.
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Physicist, prof. M. Dakowski about the Smolensk crash
Physics professor M. Dakowski, an expert on rotation dynamics, conservation law and materials resistance made calculations showing that the death of each passenger of the plane was highly unlikely.
Public Prosecutor General
General Prosecutor’s Office
Re: The plane Tu 154 catastrophe during its landing at Severny airport on 10 April 2010
Performing the civic duty of informing a penal prosecution agency about an offence prosecuted ex officio included in the Polish Penal Procedure Code and the legal duty included in article 240 p. l of the Polish Penal Code that says:
“Whoever knowing reliable information about any offence punishable under article 118, 118a, 120-124, 127, 128, 130, 134, 140, 148, 163, 166, 189, 189a p. 1, article. 252 or a terrorist crime that has been committed, performed or attempted does not inform instantly the qualified prosecution agency is liable to imprisonment of up to 3 years”,
I inform that:
- being a full professor of physics professionally working on rotation dynamics and conservation law (momentum, angular momentum, etc.) and materials resistance I have made and I possess calculation which shows that acceleration at the moment of the fuselage contact with the ground or trees averaged from 0,4g till 4g (g – gravitational acceleration), which makes highly unlikely the death of each passenger during the braking and as a result of it. It was also impossible for the airframe to make a half-roll after the conceivable loss of the wing fragment at the few metres above the ground.
- The fuselage, treated in the calculation as a tube made mainly of duralumin reinforced with ribs, while sliding on the grove should stay integral or fall to not more than three pieces. Its disintegration into tens thousands of pieces is contradictory to the material durability, defined in mechanics. This indicates that the disintegration of fuselage surely happened for other reasons easy to specify unambiguously.
- The calculations made on the basis of the revealed black-box records indicate at various, fluctuating and variable velocities of the airframe in the air (e.g. 59 km/h or 158 km/h, which is contradictory to the law of conservation of momentum) while the minimum possible speed of Tu 154 in steady flight was 270 km/h. This is clear and unambiguous evidence that a person or a company that passed the records to the Polish party, had tampered with it.
Laws of physics are absolute. As the laws of nature they are unchangeable and stand above the laws of geopolitics or sociology.
I suggest General Prosecutor’s Office my and known by me experts’ on mechanics, rotation dynamics, electronics and computer science (3D trajectory) participating in the investigation on the merits. Political aspect does not concern us.
Prof. M. Dakowski