posted on May, 4 2014 @ 06:48 AM
Am puzzled about this "official story" (which may or may not be the truth, the whole truth, or nothing but the truth), for several reasons:
1. The U-2 has been around since the 1950s; it is not "new technology", or so we are told -- although I would suspect that some aspects of its basic
technological design have been continually upgraded and added to, over the years. But doesn't it strike anyone as being "strange" or
"incongruent" that, now -- and after all these years -- "suddenly" the LAX-region air-traffic computers should "not know" how to properly handle
a radar-return from a U-2?
2. Even so, if indeed this LAX-region-computer problem was triggered by an overflying U-2, is it possible that these malfunctions may have been
triggered not directly by the U-2 itself but by some sort of EMP-generating-equipment, or other such special equipment, in use onboard the plane?
3. If the above speculation turns out to be more than just speculation, is it possible that the triggering of this LAX-air-traffic computer-problem
was accidental -- or could it be that the generating of that glitch was intentional, perhaps some sort of a "dry run" test?
4. But all these thoughts are based on an acceptance of the story given in these news-reports about the U-2 "confusing" the system. I would suppose
that this really was a U-2 and that confirmational information will strongly back that up.
However, is it possible -- regardless of whether or not a U-2 was involved -- that something far more serious was the cause of the alleged "glitch"
and of the air-traffic system being shut-down for that period of time, and that (a) what we are told was an air-traffic computer-glitch and (b) what
we are told was the U-2 involvement in the problem, are simply convenient "cover-stories"?
5. If the answer to the above questions turns out to be "yes", then what might be the "hidden" stories involved?
(a) Could it be that the LAX -- and maybe the rest of the nation's -- standard air-traffic-control systems are in drastic need of upgrading to deal
with the increasing complexities of air-travel (and, soon, aerospace-travel)?
(b) Is it also possible that the LAX -- and the nation's -- standard air-traffic-control systems are in dire need not only of upgrading but also of
"hardening" against EMP-or-related attacks, such as may have been involved in this current reported LAX-air-traffic-region incident?
(c) Could it be that this "glitch" -- if it truly was a "glitch" or if it truly actually happened -- was actually an intentionally-planned
"test" of some sort?
(d) As to what else may possibly have been the cause of this alleged glitch, I leave that to others in this forum to speculate further.