posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:48 AM
a reply to: SurrenderingAmerica
Well this bodes ill on so many levels that I do not even know where to begin. First of all, twenty five minutes is a pretty long time, when you
consider the fact that a passenger aircraft or large cargo plane can travel a significant distance in that time frame. Not only that, but air traffic
over Europe is fairly densely packed. The possibility of catastrophe is greatly increased when aircraft are invisible to radar.
Let us assume an aircraft moves at a speed of 647mph through the air. In twenty five minutes, providing I have my mathematics all neat and tidy, that
equates to a distance of approximately 269.59 miles over the twenty five minute period. That's a significant distance to travel in a short space of
time, and if those aircraft disappeared from radar for those twenty five minutes, that means that approximately five and a half hours of flight time
in total, was totally un monitored by radar, spread across the individual incidents and affected aircraft.
And we are not talking about air traffic moving over vast expanses of ocean here, but over populated land, cities, towns and villages in various
nations. If this radar dropout is caused by a piece of military electronic warfare equipment being tested, then it represents a significant marker for
how little the parties which enacted this incident, care for the safety of their fellow human beings. If it is hackers at fault, getting into systems
through back channels, and hijacking electronic warfare gear, then the same applies, although the main concern there would be the poor level of
security surrounding that equipment or system.
If it IS a military testing initiative however, the government, or governments responsible should all be disbanded, hunted down, and butchered in the
street for their off handed treatment of innocent people both on the ground, and in the air.