posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 12:48 PM
SIMON says crash. This brings new meaning to Airplane Mode. One wrong move playing Angry Birds...
So maybe he found out what some secret project government already knew. Those plane specifications are no accident. You think all those engineers
would leave such a huge loophole in their designs by accident? There is so much the big aerospace companies think that what they know is a secret.
Maybe they left it out to save money, maybe the government ordered them to design a loophole.
I've actually heard of SIMON somewhere before, in the late 1980s I think. It was kind of related to some guys who may have been in a CIA-like brain
group. It was originally on a computer, not the Android phone. This is just the Android version of the malicious code being advertised to the world,
a scare tactic. Basically it sends bogus signals to the rudders/flaps, bypassing the steering of the plane It may even be able, in theory, to shut
down the engines at the back of fighter jets. Don't know how I got the information, maybe it was a daydream. I keep thinking they practiced it on
small planes in fields, because in the war on drugs and terrorism, a lot of bad guys use little planes in small airports to get around.
Oh you know those guys have malicious technology for all things, just in case it benefits them. They engineered car keys to be wireless for the
government backdoors, it might be claimed. Same with wireless computers, it's hard to determine where the malicious influence came from. Phones
themselves are hackable. So with planes, are you surprised?
It gets weird when a bad guy can long-distance hijack someone else's phone to do some dirty things, framing them in terrorism.
13-4-2013 by Sandalphon because: plane, boat, whatever