>everyone talking about their health problems
I got diagnosed with autism in college due to failing some classes (went from mostly As to Ds and Fs) and now I get lumped in with the idiots even though my diagnosis said I had "higher than average intelligence." >>1496275
This entire story seems farcical, how did you have such an abnormal stress response yet still performed an average student pilot landing?>movements so quick the airplane doesn't even move from straight and levelhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=57&v=RPWjI0HpwyA&feature=emb_logo
Skip to :57, you can see this guy doing the same thing. If you imagine yourself as a human PID controller you are basically setting a higher gain and putting a lower tolerance on the integration term. Of course it works slightly differently on an airplane without hydraulic flight controls.
If you look at a plane from the outside. with a very long-angle lens it will be in a constant series of oscillations. If you ignore dampen and jitter the controls like this you can manipulate attitude on a time span shorter than several wavelengths of these oscillations. This will cause the average part 121 flight instructor to think you're a dumbass, but it's something a lot of military and aerobatic pilots do regularly.
inb4 some einstein points out that it's bad for the valve timings (or some BS) to change the throttle that much.