Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
So in this forum you're not allowed to remain skeptical of hypotheses such as what "could have" broughten this plane down? Because that's all I'm
Yes of course you can, a healthy scepticism is exactly that, healthy.
I understand fully what you are doing and I understand why, because there are logical explanations of why it came down.
That is the possibility of a taliban missile
possibility of pilot error
possibility of bad weather
possibility of pilot not having a clue
but now I am looking at other reasons too, reasons that can be fit and made to look accidental but are in fact sinister.
It's not just this plane crash and you are right to bring up the points you have so if it wasn't suspicious we can quickly discount it from the list
I presented in the mysterious death thread.
Its a chain of evidence and in this case the dots don't join up to make a pattern, so far we have a higgedly piggedly mess of evidence that doesn't
point to much at all, except that it doesn't all make sense.
I guess what I am saying is this. I am a computer technician. A system comes to me for service and i listen to the symptoms, troubleshoot. When
symptoms are described a pattern forms and a diagnosis is made.
I look at it in the way that we have a computer running windows. Or in this case a plane flying along, same as all other planes of that model or
computer of that model. It crashes, the computer, the plane. But there is a certain number of ways it crashes, each unique to the cause. If a computer
crashes, at least one other computer in the world has experienced that very same crash, it would be rather rare and unique to find a set of symptoms
that does not fit with a previous known cause. I have yet to find google does not have an answer for a difficult computer crash because somewhere
someone has experienced those same symptoms. There are only so many possible scenarios.
Same with plane, we just substitute the word plane for computer, when a plane crashes an investigator looks at the symptoms to find the cause and
there are only a certain pattern of symptoms for each cause. The variable are few. Planes are kept in better mechanical condition and working order
than many of my clients systems are.
Sorry if that was double dutch but its a scenario I can relate it to.
Zaphod interesting you said that about the lightening strike because it takes me back along a path I have thought for a while. I have long believed
there is weather modification forces at work in Afghanistan. For example, a desolate drought region held by the taliban and about to undergo an
offensive by allied troops suddenly experiences flooding rains that break a 10 year drought.
and the biggy, I will find the links to tag to this post but first finish writing this while my mind is fresh. A few months ago I did a story on ATSNN
about a police compound in the Philippines that was holding evidence of Al Queda bombings and detainees. It suddenly one night experienced a
lightening bolt and was destroyed. All eivdence gone. It fascinated me because reading the story my mind did not see it fitting with a standard
scenario, in fact it was quite odd and I started thinking about a weapon, a laser or lightening bolt weapon full of destruction.
Question is How why who and where.
With the Philippines case it could have been Al Queda destroying their own evidence but just a week afterwards Australia offered so many million
dollars to the Philippines to rebuild and make new compounds.
If as thought by some that Al Queda is an American figment well it brings new thought into bearing. Its the who What When Where and Why.
My Afghan Flash Flood Story dated Sept 11
Philippines Blast dated co-incidently Sep 12
(note source story of "Lightening Bolt")
Also I am sure I was reading about another plane crash where a lightening bolt was described, I will dig it up.
What else happened around those two dates, Was there a weapon fired up at the time. A weather weapon? That can take out planes and detainee compounds
and cause flash floods?