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Alain Thirion, the prefect of Aude, said people were stranded on rooftops and would have to be evacuated by air because it was too dangerous by boat.
The floods are the worst the Aude river has seen in more than 100 years, according to the weather monitoring service Vigicrues.
With this as his basis, Mr Aude wrote that the missing MH370 might have experienced the same problem which leads to one, failure of satcom and two, a slow decompression which resulted to MH370's pilots disoriented and passengers unconscious.
Mr Aude also wrote that Boeing 777 does not deploy oxygen masks until the cabin altitude reaches 13,500 feet.
No doubt scholars have been slow to recognize the fundamentally theological nature of Aude's dilemma in part because of the difficulties posed by the source text.
Aude's first version of her fall into and deliverance from disbelief seems to be not merely constructed but tailored to an inquisitorial audience invested in the importance of priestly and episcopal power and their outgrowth in the sacrament of confession.
15, 2002, Pakistan's anti-narcotics force discovered 3.6 kilograms of opium sewn into the lining of Erik Aude's suitcase as he attempted to clear customs in the country's capital, Islamabad.
Despite protesting his innocence, Erik Aude was sentenced to seven years in prison.