posted on Apr, 4 2006 @ 11:08 AM
Yes the manuevers on 911 were "implausible," and even "impossible," if you will, due to at least two criteria, collision avoidance systems, and
G-Force avionics. Of course "impossible," means that a normal functioning pilot would not ignore collision avoidance warnings, nor suspend G-Force
compensating computers that keep the plane passenger comfortable and safe. Bias is not evident here, just the facts. Such an introduction appears for
the purpose of opening the pilotless data information into accustomed channels, since most people are familiar with it due to hypotheses of it related
to 1.) Global Hawk 2.) September 11, 2001 discussions from every perspective.
The point of the articles looks like it refers to extensive preprogrammed auto-piloting, with the benefit of remote control monitoring as necessary.
The article in the Economist looks pertinent to this overall thought.
[edit on 4-4-2006 by SkipShipman]