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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:32 AM

Has ANYONE else seen this?
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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:32 AM
Has anyone else seen this?

Looks like the geomagnetic storms may be taking their toll.

I have never seen so many flight incidents at one time.

It sure is hard to post things on this website.

How many words does one have to use to get a submission to post.
This thing has thrown me out about 5 times now telling me I haven't written enough. I guess it is not politically correct these days to be a man of few words.

Comments welcome.
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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:43 AM
I'd check this site every once and a while, never seen as many of those airplane incidents as I do now. Very interesting as how it's only the United States.

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by rustywhite1

This is just more nonsense hysteria.

Look at historical incidentas over long periods of time.

This is nothing new.

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:56 AM
reply to post by rustywhite1

I've checked this site from time to time before as well. Today is the most plane incidents I've ever noticed.

It is interesting.

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:58 AM
I watch this site quite a bit and don't recall seeing so many plane incidents however, this may be a new reporting they are doing where they are also logging planes. I don't know for certain though.

I also know that mostly these are small planes and it's not unusual for those to go down. Now if we start seeing an increase in large commercial jets we will have something to consider.

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:04 AM
it looks like Australia and Russia are nice places to be. Either they don't report to this site or they really have no incidents. But why worry about what you cannot control?

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:09 AM
I've posted this twice already, on July 7th threads. Seems no one notices, unless a whole thread is dedicated to it.

I check that site daily, and I've never seen as many Aeroplane malfunctions.

Unless it's a fault with the site (which isn't unknown) then it's pretty scary stuff.

Edit to add: This incidents are all from the past week though, they didn't all happen today, although, it's still an unusual amount.

[edit on 7/7/09 by Chewlip]

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:15 AM
With all the plane accidents,
Where did all of the earthquake, pandemic and other placards that usually overwhelm the world map?

Do these flare-ups start and cease as another rises in frequency?

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:16 AM
reply to post by Chewlip

Oh for Pete's sake!!!!!!


Go there, put in a date range, and count for yourselves!!!

The NTSB as jurisdiction over aviation accidents/incidents within the USA (all 50 states) and any US-Registered aircraft on foreign soil.

PLEASE stop with the unwarranted histrionics...please??

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:53 AM
Has anyone seen this?

Just an idea, why not give a hint as to what the link or topic is about, just to give a clue as to whether anyone wants to 'see this'?

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 10:19 AM
reply to post by Chewlip

Again, THINK about it!!!

Here, I show you two day's worth....5th and 6th July. Ya know, I would think, that this past weekend was a Holiday Event here in the US of A?

Saturday, the 4th....everyone is mostly where they want to be, to celebrate. Next couple of days? Either more relaxing, or traveling.

It's not rocket science, people!

06.07.2009 20:43:00 Airplane accident Texas Midland MO20 201FD 0 Read
06.07.2009 18:34:00 Airplane accident Arizona Taylor PA28 5957U 0 Read
06.07.2009 17:07:00 Airplane incident Michigan Lansing C210 4625Q 0 Read
06.07.2009 15:00:00 Airplane accident Idaho Dixie C182 71186 1 Read
06.07.2009 14:05:00 Airplane incident Maine Dexter MO20 9426V 0 Read
06.07.2009 01:42:00 Airplane incident Colorado Denver E120 293UX 0 Read
05.07.2009 23:30:00 Airplane incident Oregon Portland MO20 4076N 0 Read
05.07.2009 22:55:00 Airplane incident Florida Fort Myers C310 5097Q 0 Read
05.07.2009 22:25:00 Airplane accident Pennsylvania Waymart EXP 10232 0 Read
05.07.2009 21:37:00 Airplane incident Washington Tacoma A75N 1431C 0 Read
05.07.2009 19:45:00 Airplane accident California South Lake Tahoe C150 51172 1 Read
05.07.2009 16:57:00 Airplane accident West Virginia Huntington LC41 207JB 2 Read
05.07.2009 16:42:00 Airplane incident Alabama Birmingham MD80 AAL1306 0 Read
05.07.2009 16:25:00 Airplane accident Oregon La Grande C180 3198D 0 Read
05.07.2009 15:10:00 Airplane accident Idaho Idaho Falls EXP 5PQ 0 Read
05.07.2009 14:05:00 Airplane accident Virginia Raphine PC12 578DC 2 Read
05.07.2009 00:40:00 Airplane incident Arkansas Conway C150 1124Y 0 Read
05.07.2009 00:37:00 Airplane accident Washington Arlington EXP 432P 0 Read

That first one? Airplane accident, Midland Texas? The MO20 (Mooney 20) landed gear-up. Stupid pilot, forgot the gear. Human error.

The one in Arizona? Thaty's the kind of Piper that students train in. Said an 'emergency landing'. Clipped a tree. Fuel exhastion? Panic? Human error.

The Cessna 210 (C210) in Michigan? Landed gear up. Stupid pilot.

Do I need to go on? Y'all can read for yourselves, just click the link in blue...says 'Read'

Out of ALL of those, from the two days? ONE was a commercial air carrier. American Airlines (MD80) jet clipped a fuel truck with a wingtip while taxiing. Human error!!! ONE was a small commuter type airplane (E120). Landing gear collapsed while it was parked. No one on board. Possibility? Someone (ramp guy?) fooling around with the airplane, got away without being caught. OR, really, really poor maintenance. Human error.


[edit on 7 July 2009 by weedwhacker]

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 11:42 AM
This was already posted yesterday....
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