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reply to post by Crakeur
That is what I was thinking.
These are just cheap copies.
Show the originals just to end the speculation.
reply to post by whyamIhere
If someone was going to photoshop these images they would have done a cleaner job. That is just because the security film isn't recorded at high speed, so you are just seeing a blip between bits. Look up security tapes on youtube, or watch one live yourself at work. You see frame by frame, and the peoples movements are often choppy.
Honestly, how do you lose a 777 with 230 souls aboard?
I read the families were throwing bottles at Airport Reps.
The lazy MSM is partially to blame.
They will print anything that can make them a buck.
I know these third world nations are under trained.
If it wasn't so sad it would be funny.
By feeding counterfeit radio signals to the yacht, the UT team was able to drive the ship far off course, steer it left and right, potentially take it into treacherous waters, even put it on a collision course with another ship. All the time, the ship’s GPS system reported the vessel was calmly moving in a straight line, along its intended course. No alarms, no indication that anything was amiss.
And because aircraft have a similar navigation system to that aboard the White Rose of Drachs, Humphreys says a commercial airliner could be “spoofed” as well.
The government is aware of this critical vulnerability. Last year, Fox News reported exclusively on a more primitive experiment Humphreys conducted using a small, unmanned drone. He was able to feed “spoofing” signals into the drone’s GPS, causing it to nearly fall out of the sky. As a result, Humphreys was called before Congress to testify, and also spoke with officials from the FAA, CIA and Pentagon.
“Before we couldn’t control the UAV. We could only push it off course. This time my students have designed a closed loop controller such that they can dictate the heading of this vessel even when the vessel wants to go a different direction,”