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80% of the patent holders die on that plane.
Freescale Semiconductor now becomes sole patent owner of chip/wafer tech.
Blackstone holds major shares in FS- Jake Rothschild is advising member of Blackstone.
Four days after the flight goes missing, this patent is approved by the Patent Office for maximizing dies on a wafer. Coincidence?
Don't know if this has been posted but...
Officials are still trying to verify whether the radar blip at 2.30am was actually MH370, Malaysia's defence and acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein reiterated on Thursday, and he refused to answer whether that blip had also dropped off the military radar. "This is too-sensitive information," Hussein told reporters. He added that Malaysia was in a "crisis situation" and was doing all it could to find the missing airliner. "There is no real precedent for a situation like this. The plane vanished," he said.
Is it possible this plane actually vanished?
Like beamed to a different dimension or something else weird.
I don't know..but your avatar just vanished in front of me...lol
reply to post by Mikeultra
I'm telling you there's something fishy with the space station too and I think it may be related. I've been saying it's fishy for years now (sometimes even here in ATS), and now this week they use the excuse about Ukraine to bring people back from it and the live feed isn't working?
(which I guess could be a reason FBI and such has been so quiet and downplaying terrorism?)
reply to post by Mikeultra
Sorry , but any fleet will be noticed with or without ISS.
The alien fleet will not be real, CNN and other may say it is though.
reply to post by ManiShuck
The plane only had enough fuel for 2,000 miles. It couldn't go farther than that...
that said officially there were said to have been two transmissions from the engine:
But New Scientist understands that the maker of the missing Boeing 777's Trent 800 engines, Rolls Royce, received two data reports from flight MH370 at its global engine health monitoring centre in Derby, UK, where it keeps real-time tabs on its engines in use. One was broadcast as MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the other during the 777's climb out towards Beijing.
So according to this, and officially according to the airline, there was no data transmitted after they lost contact with the plane and someone is going well outside of any official report to say it was in the air for 4-5 hours and possibly well outside of probability given a fuel distance of 2000 miles.