posted on Nov, 2 2014 @ 05:46 AM
a reply to: NoRulesAllowed
Could this mean that flight 370...was a test run of this jamming technology?
If they are controlling satellites, maybe the tech goes even further and can assume complete control of the aircraft..not sure what systems would
allow that to happen, but seeing as most modern aircraft are fly by wire these days, it's not beyong the realms of possibility that an aircraft that
flies using electronics could be hacked and taken over.
I can see how a ground operated military system that can essentially 'disappear' multiple large aircraft from radar screens would be a desirable
tool...imagine waves and waves of non-stealth fighters, without having to be designed to be stealthy and carrying extra expensive tech to be stealthy,
made to be invisible to ground based radar systems at the flick of a remote switch on the ground?
Very valuable tech.
Which if memory serves, wasn't that what those 20 or 30 passengers were working on, when they all went missing on flight 370?
Yeah, here it is:
A US technology company which had 20 senior staff on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had just launched a new electronic warfare gadget for
military radar systems in the days before the Boeing 777 went missing.
Curious coincidence...don't you think?
Taking it step further into the realms of Sci-Fi..what if the tech that is being used to make these ordinary non-stealthy aircraft effectively vanish
from radar screens, is a further developed bastard child of the Montauk / Philadelphia experiments from WW2?
Maybe flight 370 was an initial test run, but the operators soon discovered they did something wrong, too much power perhaps, and they lost 370
completely instead of temporarily?
Perhaps 370 will turn up, flying on it's original course, with the passengers none the wiser in a decade or so?
edit on 2-11-2014 by MysterX because: added link and quote