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Old 09-09-2015, 05:31 PM   #3601
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They're just trying to put us off the scent... until they want us back on it again.
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Old 09-09-2015, 06:26 PM   #3602
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What message? Please don't tell me to google it. If you know just say it.

99.9 percent people have no idea what you are talking about, or gave this story more than a cursory glance. So the message isn't really doing that well. But since these are the same incompent elite masterminds who can't stage a shooting without getting busted on twitter I suppose that's not surprising.

As a side note, you are aware that the 777 model replaced the 767 model? Which makes the sinister naming slightly less unusual. The new one is called a 787.
767's & 787's....have there been 4 serious incidents with these plane models and within (approx) a 2 year period...like the 777 model has? Answers on a postcard please, usual address. One event (MH370) which had most of the world on the edge of their collective seats, at least for a while.

Are you the self designated spokesperson for the 99.9%? If so...your manners are totally lacking and you need a lesson in decorum. How thoroughly disappointing...when I've merely tried to bring you some info. Hell, do you think I get paid for doing this!?

I'm not wet-nursing you through this, certainly not with that condescending and loaded attitude.

You reap what you sow.
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Old 09-09-2015, 06:48 PM   #3603
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Default Fake airliner crashes: "end of show" series.

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Why hoax such a thing?
Fake airliner crashes: "end of show" series.
General Agendas - valid for all episodes
1. Human cattle terrorized, stage set to be stripped from air travel.
Note that it's not the fake crashes and incidents that will terminate air travel for the human cattle.
This will happen immediately after the launch of the BIG BANG 2015, with the brutal terminaton of another psy-op, ongoing for more than a year now, "oil price below production costs".
But thanks to the previously served fake crashes and incidents human cattle will be more willing to accept it.

2.Destroy logical reasoning, have audience accept anything as "news"
Most important: each time the plane either vaporized or was reduced to nearly nothing.
Impossible stories of miraculous survivors also served in some episodes, such as the "Taipeh transasia baby".

Special agendas
As always each episode advances other agendas, from "aliens visit Earth" (missing Boeing 777) to "legalize genocide of those deemed mentally ill" (Germanwings).
Three episodes are part of the BIG BANG, in fact one of them will be used to launch it:
- the two episodes that started as "missing over the Pacific Ocean" are part of the chapter "missing Malaysia Airlines launches the BIG BANG".
Suicide bomber Obama fully detonates as "Osama Bin Laden resurrects at the Temple Mount, Jerusalem, crucified to the wings of the missing Boeing 777, Obama Bi(nla)den arrested".
- the episode "Boeing 777 shotdown over Ukraine" is one of the countless bombs in the arsenal of another suicide bomber, fake Putin, destroying Russia and Novorussia from within.
In another BIG BANG chapter "Putin flees to Beijing", to let officially nazi Navalny become president of Russia, a remake of the staged "Maidan revolution" in the Ukraine.

List of episodes
It started as "almost all survived" "coincidentally" with Asiana Airlines and "the first crash of a Boeing 777 that resulted in fatalities since its entry to service in 1995".
Following episodes:
- Mar 2014: Malaysia Airlines, Boeing 777, missing over the Pacific Ocean.
- Jul 2014: all dead, "shotdown over rebel controlled territory", Malaysia Airlines, Boeing 777, Novorussia/Ukraine.
- Jul 2014: almost all dead, TransAsia, ATR 72, Taiwan.
- Dec 2014: AirAsia, Airbus A320, missing over the Pacific Ocean. Days later: debris found, all dead, most bodies start to be recovered.
- Feb 2015: almost all dead, TransAsia, ATR 72, Taiwan.
- Mar 2015: all dead, Germanwings, Airbus A320, France.
- Aug 2015: all dead, Trigana, ATR 42, Indonesia.

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Only one worldwide explained in advance this theater: no confirmation more than a month that wing debris is from the missing Boeing, with the "french experts" finally confirming what will be denied by the next act in the script;
http://big-bang-now.blogspot.com/201...es-easter.html

Mind control techniques: Psy-ops to Destroy logical reasoning: Heliocentrism to fake germanwings crash
http://mind-control-for-dummies.blog...lluminati.html

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Old 09-09-2015, 06:50 PM   #3604
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As always each episode advances other agendas, from "aliens visit Earth" (missing Boeing 777) to "legalize genocide of those deemed mentally ill"
What happens when we insist they take the same tests?
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Old 10-09-2015, 09:38 AM   #3605
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They're just trying to put us off the scent... until they want us back on it again.
Exactly..... They probably have read this thread and know WE KNOW ITS BS!!
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Old 12-10-2015, 10:00 AM   #3606
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Default Malaysian plane wreckage found



Plane wreckage 'containing many skeletons and painted with the Malaysian flag is found on remote Philippine island'... fuelling speculation it could be MH370

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ion-MH370.html


now waiting for the "plausible denial".

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Old 12-10-2015, 10:58 PM   #3607
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Why can't you track planes over the sea in the southern hemisphere?
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Old 13-10-2015, 03:35 AM   #3608
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Why can't you track planes over the sea in the southern hemisphere?
No Radar coverage.

The same applies to mid Pacific and Mid Atlantic, over the Amazon rain forest and also large parts of Africa.
The US does or did have big gaps in coverage of the mid US.

Radar is line of sight as such ground based radar only has a theoretical range of about 30 - 300 miles depending on aircraft height. (Radar power, sensitivity and atmospheric conditions may see this reduced).
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Old 13-10-2015, 08:34 AM   #3609
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No Radar coverage.

The same applies to mid Pacific and Mid Atlantic, over the Amazon rain forest and also large parts of Africa.
The US does or did have big gaps in coverage of the mid US.

Radar is line of sight as such ground based radar only has a theoretical range of about 30 - 300 miles depending on aircraft height. (Radar power, sensitivity and atmospheric conditions may see this reduced).

Nice one.
Top answer.


So no planes are tracked until they make it over land?

What about satalites?

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Old 13-10-2015, 09:40 AM   #3610
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Nice one.
Top answer.


So no planes are tracked until they make it over land?

What about satalites?
Yes in context to mid Ocean, but realistically they will be detected a few hundred miles off shore and as I said many remote areas of land are also without coverage.

Satellites don't track aircraft - That's a Hollywood affectation - Ive no doubt it would appear in a sat photo if it happened to fly into the cameras frame as it was taking piccys of the ground. Bt filming or tracking no.

Obviously I haven't forgotten they have attempted to use Sat tracking to establish MH370s path, but that was reliant on using Sat phone (hand shake signals) from MH370 and phase changes over time. It remain to be seen if this was in any way accurate or useful. It isn't a real time function either.

The Irony is its getting easier for an aircraft to vanish if it wants to.
Civilian Primary radar (that's reflected signal)is being phased out in favour of SSR.
SSR works by the aircraft replying to an interrogation from the ground (basic IFF).
Advantages are potentially longer range ( L of S still applies) because it isn't totally reliant on the quality of the ground station.

Disadvantage is of course it can be physically turned off which means as far as civil aviation is concerned its invisible.
Military will detect it, but have less coverage and of course aren't really watching aircraft flying away (not a threat)
Increased data can be sent back.
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Old 13-10-2015, 11:49 AM   #3611
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Yes in context to mid Ocean, but realistically they will be detected a few hundred miles off shore and as I said many remote areas of land are also without coverage.

Satellites don't track aircraft - That's a Hollywood affectation - Ive no doubt it would appear in a sat photo if it happened to fly into the cameras frame as it was taking piccys of the ground. Bt filming or tracking no.

Obviously I haven't forgotten they have attempted to use Sat tracking to establish MH370s path, but that was reliant on using Sat phone (hand shake signals) from MH370 and phase changes over time. It remain to be seen if this was in any way accurate or useful. It isn't a real time function either.

The Irony is its getting easier for an aircraft to vanish if it wants to.
Civilian Primary radar (that's reflected signal)is being phased out in favour of SSR.
SSR works by the aircraft replying to an interrogation from the ground (basic IFF).
Advantages are potentially longer range ( L of S still applies) because it isn't totally reliant on the quality of the ground station.

Disadvantage is of course it can be physically turned off which means as far as civil aviation is concerned its invisible.
Military will detect it, but have less coverage and of course aren't really watching aircraft flying away (not a threat)
Increased data can be sent back.

Thanks for that.
Another quality answer.


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Old 13-10-2015, 06:17 PM   #3612
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He tried to take off the pilot's hat, but the flesh on the man's jaw fell off': Filipinos describe grisly moment they found 'MH370 wreckage' in jungle... 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...years-ago.html



the plausible denial will follow.

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Old 13-10-2015, 06:39 PM   #3613
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http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/08/0...ote-hijacking/

''The Boeing 777 along with other Boeing models, can in fact be flown remotely through the use of independent embedded software and satellite communication. Once this advanced system is engaged, it can disallow any pilot or potential hijacker from controlling a plane, as the rooted setup uses digital signals that communicate with air traffic control, satellite links, as well as other government entities for the remainder of a flight’s journey.''

''certain details have come to light regarding the history of the remote autopilot function installed within Boeing commercial airliners (a subject which also opens the door to the events of 9/11)''
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Old 13-10-2015, 07:11 PM   #3614
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http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/08/0...ote-hijacking/

''The Boeing 777 along with other Boeing models, can in fact be flown remotely through the use of independent embedded software and satellite communication. Once this advanced system is engaged, it can disallow any pilot or potential hijacker from controlling a plane, as the rooted setup uses digital signals that communicate with air traffic control, satellite links, as well as other government entities for the remainder of a flight’s journey.''

''certain details have come to light regarding the history of the remote autopilot function installed within Boeing commercial airliners (a subject which also opens the door to the events of 9/11)''
That story is a pile of rancid piss.

1) Just because somethings patented doesn't mean its developed - Boeing could have patented it to stop it being developed.

2) This would need a dedicated radio input to the auto pilot ( you couldnt use the comms radio as Frequencies change).

3) The Autopilot has a disconnect function - this system would have to override the disconnect button.

4) The autopilot disconnects if the crew move the controls*** Again a system would have to be installed to prevent this.

5) You cant just install something on an aircraft it needs regular testing especially if it relates to flight controls.

6) Gear selection is a manual lever - you cant do it by remote control.

So in order to do this there would need to be a dedicated antenna, radio, all the associated wiring, inputed to the autopilot system to both control it and to override the overrides.

In best part of 30 years neither I or any body ive worked with either on the aircraft or in the design office have ever encountered , serviced, maintained or tested such a system.

I am therefore drawn to the inescapable conclusion its bollox.

My suspicions are further raised when this supposed system was suddenly decided to be installed on the A320 that crashed into the Alps by the author.



*** stand fast a few odd examples that don't - this in fact contributed to an accident when the crew and autopilot fought.
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Old 09-12-2015, 11:06 AM   #3615
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maybe a mod can merge that pls.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-suggests.html


MH370 was crippled by sudden catastrophic electrical failure: Mysterious power cut disabled communications but allowed jet to continue flying until it ran out of fuel, report suggests.


Utter nonsense. How could the auto pilot fly without having power?
BS!
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Old 09-12-2015, 11:11 AM   #3616
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maybe a mod can merge that pls.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-suggests.html


MH370 was crippled by sudden catastrophic electrical failure: Mysterious power cut disabled communications but allowed jet to continue flying until it ran out of fuel, report suggests.


Utter nonsense. How could the auto pilot fly without having power?
BS!
Depends what sort of power failure it was, I understand auto pilot can operate regardless, indeed because of one, with it's own separate emergency back up.


I also heard a different story, that pilots had not been properly trained to operate plane manually when automatic systems failed,

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Old 09-12-2015, 11:18 AM   #3617
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The dailymail?

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Old 09-12-2015, 03:46 PM   #3618
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Apparently they have found two 747's at Kuala Lumpa airport - and the airport authorities don't know whose 747's they are!

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Malaysian officials baffled after Boeing 747 planes mysteriously abandoned at airport

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/...Search+Results

The bizarre event led to the operators of Kuala Lumpur International Airport placing an advertisement in a Malaysian newspaper seeking the owners of the three planes.

The surreal post in Monday's newspaper said: "If you fail to collect the aircraft within 14 days of the date of this notice, we reserve the right to sell or otherwise dispose of the aircraft under Malaysian regulations."

Zainol Mohd Isa, general manager of Malaysia Airports, said the airport had been trying to contact the jets' last known owners, who are understood to be "international" and not Malaysian.



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Yeah a couple of jumbo jets abandoned at the airport. What a massive LOL
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Old 07-01-2016, 08:44 PM   #3620
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MH370 families say they don't believe the hype ...


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Daily Mail : Relatives of missing MH370 passengers insist their loved ones are being held prisoner

– and offer their captors 'forgiveness' if they release them unharmed

Families of 154 Chinese passengers believe their loved ones are still alive

They 'would grant amnesty to the perpetrators in return for their release'

They say they do not believe 'any official statements' about fate of aircraft

Dismissed the discovery of the wing flap found in Indian Ocean last July

By Richard Shears for MailOnline

Published: 08:52, 7 January 2016 | Updated: 13:23, 7 January 2016


The families of 154 Chinese passengers on board the missing MH370 flight still insist their loved ones are being held against their will somewhere - and they are now offering 'forgiveness' to their captors if the 'prisoners' are released.

In a statement issued in Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian city that the missing Boeing 777 aircraft took off from nearly two years ago, the families said they believed their relatives were being held at an undisclosed location 'for unknown reasons'.

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In a joint statement, they said: 'We believe our loved ones may still be alive and are being held at an undisclosed location for unknown reasons.

'In the absence of proof to the contrary, we believe it is possible the missing may still be be alive.

'If this is so, we would willingly grant to the perpetrators amnesty in return for the release of the missing.'

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'We do not believe any of the series of official statements starting from March 24, 2014, up to and including that of September 3, 2015,' said the families.

'There is no real proof justifying any of these statements.'




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