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Cellphones an in-flight hazard? "Probably not," says pilot, but...

For that less-than-conclusive conclusion, we should credit Patrick Smith.A technology enthusiast as well as a working airline pilot, Patrick writes the weekly Ask The Pilot column on Salon.
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For that less-than-conclusive conclusion, we should credit Patrick Smith.

A technology enthusiast as well as a working airline pilot, Patrick writes the weekly Ask The Pilot column on Salon.com.

"The answer is potentially yes, but probably not," Patrick writes in his most recent column, posted today.

He goes on to say that:

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