ArgentoSystems wrote:LOL. Are you listening to yourself? It is like saying that collision avoidance system on my Subaru (that brakes automatically if I'm heading for an obstacle) is not really a collision avoidance system because I still can make a collision while driving this vehicle. Even when the system is activated.
If Subaru had sold you a collision prevention system you would have been cheated. However, they sold you a collision avoidance system.
I continue to be dumbfounded at people having so much trouble with the concept that MCAS is not a stall prevention system because it doesn't prevent stalls. That's a grammatical tautology. It's perennially true.