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A new technology is going to be released.
Mark my words.
reply to post by CosmicDude
You Could be right, but what i will say is as soon as an unmarked/strange/no signal aircraft starts flying around Every military / radar in the world is going to be on to it.. especially if it shows any sign of being the missing Aircraft...
Lest hope they find it soon..
To be honest if it got lost and flew over some restricted airspace it may have been shot down and covered up.
No plane is better than a shot down plane full of civilians
I can think of many more uses with a jumbo jet than flying it into another building...
edit on 17-3-2014 by Sparta because: (no reason given)
reply to post by CallmeRaskolnikov
The transponder is only a secondary device for locating or positioning an air craft. Many times the landing airport will request that the pilot turn it off or to standby when there is a lot of traffic at an airport. It cleans up the radar screen enabling the tower to differentiate between planes.
The craft would still be visible on radar at the airports it flies over. Disabling the transponder won't get the results you'd need.
Secondly depressurizing a cabin does not result in instantaneous death. It's slow asphyxiation starting with mild dizziness. Giving victims time to react to the situation like make phone calls.edit on PM000000310000000331210312014-03-17T15:10:47-05:00 by AutumnWitch657 because: (no reason given)
The "top five arms importers in the world [are] now India, China, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia."
Secondly depressurizing a cabin does not result in instantaneous death. It's slow asphyxiation starting with mild dizziness. Giving victims time to react to the situation like make phone calls.
Have to wonder why an experienced pilot (he was apparently very experienced) had
for his own personal use a 'flight simulator' value over a million pounds in his home?
Large sum of money to use on a hobby?? even for a pilot . . .