Sunday, March 23, 2014
DAY 16 THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SUN MAR 23,2014
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 1:30PM SUN MAR 23,2014
NOW THE PROPAGANDIST SCIUTTO ON CNN IS TRYING TO DISCREDIT THE NORTH KIDNAPPING BY SAYING NOW THEY DID NOT PROGRAM THE PLANE TO GO A CERTAIN AREA.AND NOW CNN HAS THAT MARY CONVINCED THAT WE SHOULD BE JUST LOOKING TO THE OCEAN THEORY ALSO.
MY KIDNAPPING THEORY HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE PROGRAMING OF THE PLANE.MY THEORY SAYS THE PILOTS DROVE THE PLANE TO THE NORTH.AND THE DRONE NOT THE PLANE WAS PRE-ROGRAMED TO GO TO THE INDIAN OCEAN.MY THEORY IS THE DRONE WAS UNDER THE 370-THEN THE PILOTS.DROVE THE PLANE WITH THE KIDNAPPED CITIZENS TO THE NORTH AFTER ALL THE WIRING WAS SOMEHOW DISCONNECTED.THEN THE AUTO PILOT ON THE DRONE NOT THE PLANE WAS PRE-PROGRAMMED TO GO TO THE INDIAN OCEAN.TO DISTRACT SO THE PILOTS EITHER HIGHJACKED OR WILLINGLY TOOK THE PLANE TO THE INDONESIA-BANGLEDESH AREA.AND THE DRONE WENT TO THE INDIAN OCEAN FOR THE DISTRACTION.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 7:00PM SUN MAR 23,2014
WE HAVE A NEW DEVELOPEMENT IN THE MISSING PLANE.NOW THERE SAYING THE PLANE DECENDED TO AS LOW AS 12,00 FEET AFTER THE LEFT TURN.WELL THIS WOULD FIT MY DRONE THEORY.
THE DRONE IS UNDER THE MH370 AS THE SCHEME GETS SET.I STILL THINK THE PILOTS ARE INVOLVED.THE PILOTS GET THE DRONE ON AUTO PILOT REMOTE CONTROL AND PRESET THE DRONE TO GO TO THE INDIAN OCEAN..THEN AS THEPILOTS SOMEHOW DISMANTLE ALL THE WIRE COMPONENTS ON MH370 SO IT CAN NOT BE READ OR HEAR OF.THEN AS THE PILOTS DRIVE OFF TO THE NORTH MUSLIM COUNTRIES SOMEWHERE WITH THE KIDNAPPED VICTIMS.THE DRONE QUICKLY ASENDS DOWN TO 12,000 FEET-THEN GOES UP TO 30,000 FEET GRADUALLY AND DOES THE DISTRACTION SCHEME ON ITS WAY TO TRAVEL THE INDIAN OCEAN.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 8:00PM SUN MAR 23,2014
DID THE PILOTS TRAIN AT THESE TWO SITES.TO MAKE THE KIDNAPPING LOOK LIKE A DISASTER HAPPENED IN THE COCKPIT.AND IF THERE WAS SOME DRONE TRAINING PLACE IN THE AREA YET.WE COULD HAVE THE SENARIO IN PLACE WERE THE PILOTS COULD TRAIN FOR THE WHOLE SENARIO.AS WELL AS DO THE WHOLE TRAINING SENARIO ON HIS SIMULATOR.
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THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 10:00PM SUN MAR 23,2014
AIRBOURNE COLLISION AVOIDANCEhttp://www.iata.org/training/courses/Pages/collision-avoidance-tcas-tcvt12.aspx
WHAT IF THIS PILOT GOT A HOLD OF THIS SIFISTICATED ISRAELi DRONE FOR THE DIVERSION TO THE INDIAN OCEAN UNDER THE MH370-777-200.
Israel Air Force Christens Hermes 900 UAV 4
By IsraeliMoD on Friday, March 21st, 2014--defence talk
The Hermes 900 UAV, manufactured by the Israeli company Elbit Systems, received its official Hebrew name in the Israel Air Force (IAF): “Kochav” (star in Hebrew). The Kochav UAV strengthens the UAV arm of the IAF and is designed for HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) reconnaissance missions.
The UAV arm of the IAF continues to expand: this week, a Hebrew name for the “Hermes 900″ UAV was chosen: “Kochav” (star, in Hebrew).The Israeli-built UAV serves at the Palmachim airbase and takes part in all kinds of reconnaissance missions and special missions.The Kochav UAV, which is manufactured by the Israeli company Elbit System, has joined the UAV Division of the IAF. It possesses a wide range of capabilities, including the ability to carry out missions in all weather conditions.The Kochav has innovative UAV capabilities: automatic takeoff, landing and braking capabilities. Additionally, it has another operational advantage over older aircraft, as it can carry multiple payloads, allowing it to perform several missions during a single flight.
Defence talk-It could be a drone like this one that the scheme was done with.To distract from the Freescale Kidnapping.
DRONE OPERATIONS IN MALAYSIAN AIRSPACE
Drone Warfare Is Why We Can’t Find Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
GEOINT Drones-Defence one-Patrick Tucker March 20, 2014The long and frustrating hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 might be a sign of what’s to come, thanks to our growing obsession with drone imagery at the expense of the quaint technology of satellite radar data.While today’s high-resolution image satellites can take very detailed pictures of relatively small areas, old-fashioned radar satellites are the best solution for finding lost objects at sea, says Kurt Schwoppe, manager for imagery solutions for the company Esri. Radar satellites don’t see the world. Rather they get a sense of objects in somewhat the same way that a bat does. As bats use sonar to bounce signals off of prey to determine the location of targets and other objects, radar satellites take detailed scans of the planet by bouncing electromagnetic signals off the earth’s surface. Military officials won’t publicly disclose what assets they are using in the search for the missing aircraft. But militarily speaking, these sorts of satellites were great for seeing over large areas where there was cloud cover or finding ghost ships that had turned off their transponders. They’re also useful for spotting anomalies at sea.
“If there’s any oil slick that stands out well because there’s these flat dark spots where there are no wave ripples at all. If there’s an angular thing, like maybe a wing floating on the surface or some type of debris, that stuff stands out brightly” says Schwoppe.It’s a technology that NASA led in the development of in the 1970s. Today, space-based radar is an area where other countries are out-innovating the United States, at least commercially. The main private players are AirBus and a Canadian public-private program called RADARSAT (which includes Lockheed Martin but is run out of Canada by MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates or MDA). “From a commercial company standpoint, we have not flown a radar satellite ourselves,” says Schwoppe.That’s a problem because the U.S. continues to rely more on commercial satellites for our imaging data. “Right now to buy this data from the Canadians or the Europeans is just very, very expensive. So then it never gets acquired,” says Schwoppe. “The U.S. has invested a lot in this technology and the question is, can we get some of these commercial vendors up and start making a commercial business out of this and get it more and more readily available for different use cases. It seems we’re great at developing technology. Then others adopt it and put it to good use and for us it sits on the shelf a little bit.”Lagging space-based radar imaging has bitten us before. During the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, in which 4.9 million barrels of oil were leaked into the Gulf of Mexico, high-resolution satellites took volumes of pictures but could not get a comprehensive sense of the entire spill area. The RADARSAT II satellite, conversely, was able to provide daily coverage of the entire area. You think the U.S. would have learned.To understand how the U.S. got to this point, consider the last decade’s evolution of reconnaissance tools. In Afghanistan and Iraq, we brought high-resolution satellite imagery to bear on the task of getting snap shots, at a resolution as fine as 50 cm, of insurgents hiding among the dusty hills of the Pakistan border. Today, high-resolution satellite imagery is playing a role in the search for Flight 370. U.S. company Digital Globe has opened up its image satellites to aid in the search and launched a crowdsource campaign to enlist volunteers to analyze the images. “Users can go to Tomnod, and zoom in on each satellite image from DigitalGlobe’s satellite constellation and drop a pin if they see signs of wreckage. Its algorithm, CrowdRank, will find where there is overlap in the tags from people who tagged the same location. Then, DigitalGlobe’s expert analysts will examine the tags to identify the top 10 or so most notable areas and share the information with customers and authorities,” a company official explained, in an email.But the crowdsourced solution may not be ideal and can produce false positives, as evinced by the singer Courtney Love’s fleeting but ebullient conviction that she had found the phantom Malaysian flight based on satellite imagery.Schwoppe is skeptical of the tactic. The necessity of crowdsourcing speaks to the fact that high-resolution imagery doesn’t offer wide enough coverage. DigitalGlobe’s satellites can only see an area that’s 18 kilometers wide. RADARSAT’s synthetic aperture radar can cover 500 kilometers.U.S. reliance on high-resolution imaging is surpassed only by the military obsession with unmanned areal vehicles or UAVs, which have proven relatively useless in the current search for Flight 370. UAVs were an ideal solution for an environment like Afghanistan or Iraq where the military wanted the ability to follow a target from house to house to roadside, or perhaps loiter over a key area where insurgents might be gathering. “From a tactical perspective in actually fighting ground operations, UAVs were extremely powerful and they met that niche,” Schwoppe observed. “We had the luxury to do that because we totally controlled the airspace over Iraq and Afghanistan and you know we won’t have that same luxury in other areas.”As previously mentioned, the most-recent budget request cuts spending for Navy satellite communications to $41,829,000 from $66,196,000 and the Navy Satellite Control Network $20,806,000 from $35,657,000.Schwoppe believes that military spending on radar satellites is probably safe, but can’t be sure. “I can tell you, the reconnaissance community understands and knows the value of radar, especially as targets change.” But he acknowledges that broader cuts in military satellite programs are disturbing.Also, European and Canadian groups have found civilian uses for radar technology in environmental monitoring, another area where the U.S. lags.If the U.S. and allies don’t give this old technology some better attention, the next Flight 370 might be even harder to find.
OTHER MALAYSIA MISSING PLANE STORIES
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THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:03AM SUN MAR 23,2014
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 8:05PM SAT MAR 22,2014
NOW WE FIND OUT THAT A MH370-777-200 COULD BE LANDED ON A 4,000 FOOT RUNWAY.AS A TEST WAS DONE ON THE SIMULATOR.AND THE GUY FROM TORONTO LANDED IT PERFECTLY WITH ROOM TO SPARE.SO IT CAN EASILY BE DONE IN ONE OF THOSE NORTHERN MUSLIM COUNTRIES.
THIS CNN PROPAGANDA IS JUST TO MUCH TODAY.ESPECIALLY AFTER 3PM WHEN SCHIUTTO AND LEMON CAME ON.THESE TWO ARE PROPAGANDA SPECIALISTS.ALL DAY AFTER 3PM.THEIR BODIES ARE IN THE OCEAN.THE PLANE IS IN THE OCEAN. THEIR AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN.AND CNN IS ALSO OBSESSED WITH THIS ZOOMBIE THEORY THEY CALL IT.YESTERDAY WAS THE LITHIUM BATTERY PROPAGANDA.TODAY ITS THE ZOOMBIE OBSESSION AND THEIR DEAD IN THE OCEAN PROPAGANDA BY CNN.OBAMA MUST REALLY BE POURING THE PRESSURE ON THEIR PUPPETS AT CNN TO PUSH THE DEATH IN THE OCEAN THEORY.
MEANWHILE AT LEAST 6 GUESTS TODAY SAY THEY SHOULD BE CHECKING OUT THE NORTHERN MUSLIM COUNTRIES.BECAUSE OF THE 6 EXTRA PINGS THEY GOT.IT SAYS THEM PINGS WERE ALL IN THE AREA OF INDONESIA AND AREA.NOT THOUSANDS OF MILES INTO THE INDIAN OCEAN.WHEN USE WRITE QUESTIONS TO THESE PROPAGANDA NUTCASE HOSTS AT CNN.ASK THEM WHY THEY PROMOTE THE DEATH IN THE SEA THEORY.INSTEAD OF THE ISLAMIC KIDNAPPING OF THE FREESCALE WORKERS AND THE OTHER 217 INNOCENT PEOPLE ON BOARD IS MY QUESTION.GET LOTS OF PLANES IN THE INDONESHIA - BANGLEDESH AREA WERE THE RADAR IS IFFY AT MOST IN THE AREA.AND SMOTHER THE WHOLE AREA WITH PLANES UP TO KAZAHKSTAN.CHECK OUT THESE MURDERER ILAMIC ISRAEL-WEST HATERS AND GET THESE INNOCENT 237 PEOPLE FREE NOW---I DEMAND.UNTIL WE FIND THE PLANE IN YOUR OBSESSION WITH THE OCEAN THEORY CNN.I WILL BE CRYING OUT AGAINST YOUR PROPAGANDA CNN AND I WILL BE PROCLAIMING THE ISLAMIC KIDNAPPING OF THE INNOCENT PEOPLE ON BOARD.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 9:50AM SUN MAR 23,2014
French images show possible debris from jetliner-By ROB GRIFFITH and SCOTT McDONALD 5 minutes ago-mar 23,14-yAHOONEWSPERTH, Australia (AP) — France provided new satellite images Sunday showing possible debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, Malaysian officials said, as searchers combing a remote part of the southern Indian Ocean tried to locate a pallet that could be a key clue in solving one of the world's great aviation mysteries.The imagery given to Malaysia's government and forwarded to searchers in Australia "show potential objects" in the same part of the ocean where previous satellite images released by Australia and China showed objects that could be debris from the plane, Malaysia's Ministry of Transport said in a statement.Flight 370 went missing over the Gulf of Thailand on March 8 with 239 people on board en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing, setting off a multinational search effort that has turned up nothing conclusive so far on what happened to the jet.The French satellite images themselves had not been released or described by Malaysia, France or Australia hours after the announcement of their existence. In an emailed statement, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority declined to offer details about what they showed or where the objects were located and did not respond to multiple requests by The Associated Press for access to the images."Any satellite images or other new information that comes to AMSA is being considered in developing the search plans," the agency said.But a Malaysian official involved in the search mission said the images were captured Friday and pinpointed objects about 930 kilometers (575 miles) north of the spots where the objects in the images released by Australia and China were located.One of the objects in the French imagery was estimated to be about the same size as an object captured Tuesday by the Chinese satellite that appeared to be 22 meters (72 feet) by 13 meters (43 feet), said the official, who declined to be identified because he isn't authorized to speak to the media. But the official said the French satellite image was unclear and fuzzy, making it difficult to determine precise dimensions.Information about the fresh images emerged as authorities coordinating the search, which is being conducted about 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles) southwest of Perth, sent planes and a ship to try to "re-find" a wooden pallet that appeared to be surrounded by straps of varying lengths and colors. It was spotted Saturday by spotters in a search plane, but no images were captured of it and a military PC Orion military plane dispatched to locate the pallet could not find it."So, we've gone back to that area again today to try and re-find it," said Mike Barton, chief of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's rescue coordination center. An Australian navy ship was also involved in the search.Wooden pallets are commonly used in shipping, but can also be used in cargo containers carried on planes.AMSA said the aircraft that spotted the pallet was unable to take photos of it."We went to some of the expert airlines and the use of wooden pallets is quite common in the industry," Barton said. "They're usually packed into another container, which is loaded in the belly of the aircraft. ... It's a possible lead, but we will need to be very certain that this is a pallet because pallets are used in the shipping industry as well."Sam Cardwell, a spokesman for AMSA, said the maritime agency had requested a cargo manifest from Malaysia Airlines, but he was unsure whether it had been received as of Sunday night.Malaysia Airlines asked The Associated Press to submit questions via email for comment on whether Flight 370 had wooden pallets aboard when it disappeared. The airline had not responded by Sunday night.When Brazilian searchers in 2009 were looking for debris from Air France Flight 447 after it mysteriously plunged into the Atlantic Ocean, the first thing they found was a wooden pallet. The military first reported that the pallet came from the Air France flight, but then said six hours later that the plane had not been carrying any wooden pallets.
Eight planes took part in Sunday's search, with most involving spotters peering out the windows and looking for signs of debris."Today is really a visual search again, and visual searches take some time. They can be difficult," said John Young, manager of AMSA's emergency response division.The southern Indian Ocean is thought to be a potential area to find the jet because Malaysian authorities have said pings sent by the Boeing 777-200 for several hours after it disappeared indicated that the plane ended up in one of two huge arcs: a northern corridor stretching from Malaysia to Central Asia, or a southern corridor that stretches toward Antarctica.Malaysian authorities have not ruled out any possible explanation for what happened to the jet, but have said the evidence so far suggests it was deliberately turned back across Malaysia to the Strait of Malacca, with its communications systems disabled. They are unsure what happened next.Authorities are considering the possibilities of hijacking, sabotage, terrorism or issues related to the mental health of the pilots or anyone else on board.___McDonald reported from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Associated Press writers Todd Pitman and Eileen Ng in Kuala Lumpur and Kristen Gelineau in Sydney contributed to this report.