posted on Jul, 18 2014 @ 04:02 AM
"A central Queensland family has been hit by both Malaysia Airlines' tragedies this year"
"Irene and George Burrows, from Biloela, are still mourning their son Rodney and his wife Mary who were on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which
disappeared without trace over the southern Indian Ocean in March.
They are now grieving for another family member with their step-granddaughter Maree Rizk and her husband Albert from Sunbury near Melbourne among the
Australians on flight MH17.
All the recovered passports look too clean. Second there is a passport with a perfect round hole in it. These holes are punched in invalid passport
which can't be used for traveling anymore.
Odds of the two most recent major air tragedies being from tiny subset ( Malaysian Airline have total 12 Boeing 7777) of the world's passenger fleet
pool (40,000) ?
That means for this to happen twice it requires a selection of the same random pool twice.
The size of this random pool is 12/40,000.
Therefore the odds of a disaster happening twice to the same type of aircraft from the same airline is
(12/40,000) x (12/40,000) = (144/1,600,000,000) or 1 in 11,111,111.11
Roughly one in 11 million.
The odds become even more extreme if you factor in the two disasters have occurred within a few months of each other.
I'd imagine though that the odds of the same type of plane from the same airline having such extreme disasters within months of each other is in the
order of 1 in a trillion or even higher.
Please note : I don't count the odds of same family hit by both Malaysian Airlines tragedies. They could be a CRISIS ACTORS !
edit on 18-7-2014
by awakehuman because: (no reason given)