We have been reading a lot about plane crashes: commercial and passangers. These accidents
have been investigated and most of them have been
related to the bad conditions of the planes.
Though I agree that most planes related with the last plane crashes were old or had not an appropriated check-up, I have to add my theory about all
I am sure you all agree that we have been facing some active solar flares, that caused some geomagnetic conditions on Earth. I once made a list of all
the planes that had crashed for a long period of time, and it was really amazing. I have not been able to compare these figures with the solar
conditions we had during that moment, but it made me think about it from another point of view cause not all the planes were old...
The list corresponds to plane crashes since January 2005. I am still working on it and hope to publish the results of the investigation in our
ATS Research Project
( I am sure you will find it most interesting when published).
There are no cientific proofs. I know.
Even though, we should agree that old planes or those who have not been checked up, could be more sensible
to geomagnetic conditions.
I am sure you will be thinking that many aire companies have been using planes with a lower safety and, therefore, many countries compiled a list of
unsafe air companies. Ok. I agree that this is true. I am with you. Many companies are indeed unsafe.
Even though, lets think about it.
I think it is more difficult for a safe
plane to become affected by special geomagnetic conditions caused by solar flares. Not impossible: but
I wonder if these unsafe planes could have been affected by something that caused a misfunction and a crash.
Before you answer, please, think about it.
Next time you hear a plane crashed, do not forget to check the solar conditions and compare datas.
We are having a lot of accidents
now that the solar conditions improved. Some have been said were due to wind...
There have always been old planes, or not?
read story of the crash CNN
[edit on 11-12-2005 by Ptolomeo]