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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 12:15 AM
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HERE is a link to a interesting story with a few things i have not heard about remember japanese flight 123 in 1985 and tron the operating system ?


www.rense.com...




posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 12:21 AM
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999zxcv
remember japanese flight 123 in 1985



No. But I looked it up. The tail fell off. That makes it sort of hard to fly a plane.

The cause was found to be an improperly repaired rear pressure bulkhead, which had been repaired by Boeing some years before after the aircraft had been involved in a tail scrape on landing. This caused the loss of the flying surfaces in the tail, and the control surfaces to a certain extent on the wings.
www.airdisaster.com...

Rense is not a reliable source...for anything.
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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 12:28 AM
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Phage

999zxcv
remember japanese flight 123 in 1985



No. But I looked it up. The tail fell off. That makes it sort of hard to fly a plane.

The cause was found to be an improperly repaired rear pressure bulkhead, which had been repaired by Boeing some years before after the aircraft had been involved in a tail scrape on landing. This caused the loss of the flying surfaces in the tail, and the control surfaces to a certain extent on the wings.
www.airdisaster.com...

Rense is not a reliable source...for anything.
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point being that 17 people on board flight 123 were involved with the tron software and the serial number of the plane seemed to change a lot but it is a interesting story shimatsu pen's

the chip it all seems to be about freescales kinetic kl03
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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 12:50 AM
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point being that 17 people on board flight 123 were involved with the tron software

Source?
What "tron software?"



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:08 AM
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A lot of people are wondering why Prof. Sakamura is going along with this historical revisionism instead of challenging it. He has Microsoft over a barrel, so why doesn't he press the advantage? The answer is simple: he's not that kind of guy. He doesn't point his finger in anyone's face and tell them he's going to get them, and he doesn't conduct the project's affairs using a sociopathic business philosophy, such as "only the paranoid survive." It's because Microsoft has threatened competitors and subscribed to this short-term business philosophy that the GNU/Linux movement has grown so strong in the U.S. In Japan, the TRON Project, which has different goals from GNU/Linux, started receiving more support from Japanese business leaders, in part because working with Microsoft on Microsoft's terms was unbearable for them. The position Microsoft finds itself in today's is a classic example of your karma returning to you. However, the thing to do about it is not to try to change history, but rather the change the way the company does business.

xahlee.info...

In 1984, the TRON project was officially launched. A year later, in 1985, NEC announced the first ITRON implementation … In 2004, the governor of Tokyo, Shintaro Ishihara mentioned “TRON was once killed by the former Minister of International Trade and Industry, Hashimoto, because he was at that time under the pressure of United States.”[11] This story is supported by an article on the TRON project website,[12] citing Microsoft's lobbying against it.

both the cited source were gone.

www.jimstonefreelance.com...




posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:09 AM
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Your sources are...not credible. Nor is a connection with MH370.
To put it mildly and politely.

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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:31 AM
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The Truth of JAL123"

Reportedly, there were 17 top engineers of TRON, OS system indigenously developed by a professor of Tokyo University. It is said that TRON at that time was so advanced (comparable to current Google Chrome) and free that the entire Japanese public sector was to adopt TRON OS. Then the entire echelon of TRON engineers were killed by the JAL 123 crash, and Microsoft instead took over and dominated the Japanese OS market thereafter.

i posted that on march 21st and will stick with it tron used the 238 mhz processor and was reputed to be on-hackable remember the film tron goes missing in computer world ?

China has installed a secure operating system known as "Kylin" on government and military computers designed to be impenetrable to US military and intelligence agencies, The Washington Times reported on Tuesday.

The newspaper said the existence of the secure operating system was disclosed to Congress during recent hearings which included new details on how China's government is preparing to wage cyberwarfare with the United States.

Kevin Coleman, a private security specialist who discussed Kylin during the April 30 hearing of the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, said its deployment is significant because it has "hardened" key Chinese servers.

Coleman told the Times that Kylin has been under development since 2001 and the first Chinese computers to use it are government and military servers that were converted beginning in 2007.

"This action also made our offensive cybercapabilities ineffective against them, given the cyberweapons were designed to be used against Linux, UNIX and Windows," he said, citing three popular computer operating systems.

The newspaper said US offensive cyberwar capabilities have been mainly focused on getting into Chinese government and military computers outfitted with less secure operating systems like Microsoft's Windows.

Coleman said Chinese state or state-affiliated entities are on a wartime footing in seeking electronic information from the US government, contractors and industrial computer networks.

The Chinese have also developed a secure microprocessor that, unlike US-made chips, is known to be hardened against external access by a hacker or automated malicious software, Coleman said.

phys.org...



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:34 AM
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You have not correctly cited your source. You may be accused of plagiarism.

To clarify, this is is the source of your text:
www.fourwinds10.net...

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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:38 AM
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Phage
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You have not correctly cited your source. You may be accused of plagiarism.

To clarify, this is is the source of your text:
www.fourwinds10.net...

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i have been accused of a lot worse in my time phage
i just learned how to cut and paste and i am going to town but i do include the address i got it from and only use what the t&cs allow



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:43 AM
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Phage
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You have not correctly cited your source. You may be accused of plagiarism.

To clarify, this is is the source of your text:
www.fourwinds10.net...

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thanks phage that is the one

I never heard of this TRON os, but I can say this - I saw 386 processors run FULL SCREEN FULL MOTION VIDEO before Microsoft cornered the market and screwed everyone out of their processors and forced them to wait until 500 MHZ pentiums and athlons were released to accomplish the same thing with the 2 percent of processor resources users were allowed to have after Microsoft wasted the rest almost a decade later. The Amiga with the video toaster laid the Microsoft scam waste with ancient processors running and processing full screen full motion video in real time long before Apple and a full 10 years before any Microsoft based system would - processors that don't even rate as calculators now. When microsoft shows you you have 90 percent processor, that's 90 percent of 2 percent, literally, so much goes into the scam of microsoft's encryption to hide everything from the user that we don't actually ever see even a shadow of what modern processors are really capable of.

Chrome in 1985? You bet, but from what I know about the history of processors it would have taken the year 1989 to get people up to the performance of a modest modern tablet. The 286 ran Unix just great, but it took a 386 level processor to do glitch free video in the non microsoft world. Microsoft has definitely pegged our computers to a bench mark 15 years latent. And I think it was their job to do so.


can you see the game play



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 01:54 AM
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The Truth of JAL123 - TRON - AMIGA - Excellent Analysis

Maerch 11, 2014

Aquarius sent the following

This is a VERY interesting mail received via a box not listed on this site -

Dear James and Claudia,
Thank you very much as ever for your scientific account of the critical issues. In mourning the victims of the 311 and Fukushima catastrophe in its 3rd year, I would like to donate 100 USD as a humble token of my thanks to your courageous probe into the truth. I will remit 100 USD via PayPal as soon as you confirm this on your blog's front page.
(emphasis added)

So essentially these bloggers were paid to publish this story.

just saying...



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 04:35 AM
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No plane, no debris, no floating passports, luggage etc etc and no BB. Only supposed signals!
Nor will there be or any BB recovered.
Sorry we cant recover BB!

or I could be wrong......



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 04:36 AM
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no your right!



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 04:41 AM
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Let's hope that the viewers of the UAV images (when camera is attached), aren't greeted by the same sight as the those seeing the remains on board the Kursk.


*shudder*



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 07:08 AM
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Imagewerx
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What exactly do you think he's on to? He hasn't done his research all that well if he's using the passenger's phones ringing as proof of something not being what it should be.This was debunked over a month ago as being caused by the exchange generating the ring tone and not the handset itself,so you will still hear a remotely generated ringtone from your phone even if the one your calling is switched off.



OK? Anyone with half a brain would know, the batteries in the phones would be dead, even if it was a few days after the plane disappeared and if you call a phone that is off, due to what ever reason, it would ring once and go straight to voice mail. If it even rings, sometimes it just goes to voicemail.

Of course, I guess you missed the part that I said I just got on the thread.

One thing I have learned since I have been on this site, Nothing is what it appears to be. IMO........
With that said, Who was it that said "You never let a good disaster go to waste." ?

Kinda makes you wonder if our leaders have our best interest in mind?



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 07:27 AM
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demus

demus
guys, sorry but I was thinking maybe you would like to see this video about the missing plane.



like the guy or not, I don't care.

His overall message in 10 minutes video holds more truth than 400 pages all of you made on topic.

For all the research and investigation, I respect you, but you are not closer to the truth now than you've been on page 1.

What does that tell us?

the video is a rant and he was trying to offer his view - he managed to do so.

and you know what?

it is refreshing!

at least he is not regurgitating what the news media said.




Thank you for saying that. A few people have slammed him, but, I thought that was what this site was all about, looking at all the possible angles, no matter how outrageous they may be.

It is not out of the realm of possibilities that the plane will turn up, and the PTB will not realize it until after the nuke on it takes out a major city. God forbid if it happens.

Zaph, how long did it take to scramble jets on 9 11?

Kinda makes you wonder......



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 08:33 AM
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I didnt know 777's could do this

uk.news.yahoo.com...

or maybe they can?

Validity of information is unknown.



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 08:57 AM
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thepolish1

Imagewerx
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What exactly do you think he's on to? He hasn't done his research all that well if he's using the passenger's phones ringing as proof of something not being what it should be.This was debunked over a month ago as being caused by the exchange generating the ring tone and not the handset itself,so you will still hear a remotely generated ringtone from your phone even if the one your calling is switched off.



OK? Anyone with half a brain would know, the batteries in the phones would be dead, even if it was a few days after the plane disappeared and if you call a phone that is off, due to what ever reason, it would ring once and go straight to voice mail. If it even rings, sometimes it just goes to voicemail.

Of course, I guess you missed the part that I said I just got on the thread.

One thing I have learned since I have been on this site, Nothing is what it appears to be. IMO........
With that said, Who was it that said "You never let a good disaster go to waste." ?

Kinda makes you wonder if our leaders have our best interest in mind?


The cretin who uttered those words is this ballerina. He's real close with the current president of the U.S.



posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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I had completely forgotten about that sub. And it was during Putin's reign... But I digress

Sadly I think it may take horrible images the likes of those to end at least some of the ideas being spun. But having said that, it may be images of remains that give us a clue as to what happened. If the plane is intact to some degree and all the people are strapped in that could be very telling. If let's say the men and crew aren't strapped in to their seats that could be very telling as well.

Still so many things to ponder...

PS- US Officials are apparently confirming the co-pilots phone was on and searching for a connection as the plane was flying low back over Malaysia.


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posted on Apr, 14 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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PS- US Officials are apparently confirming the co-pilots phone was on and searching for a connection as the plane was flying low back over Malaysia.


Where is the source? Is that just another ATS factoid.





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