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Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.

 
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Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
From Wikipedia - The 777, Boeing's first fly-by-wire airliner, has computer-mediated controls; it is also the first entirely computer-designed commercial aircraft.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Ok, so we know this thing can be remote controlled.

The Pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah was huge fan of flying remote controlled planes and even had a Flight Simulator set up for the Boeing 777 at his home.

[link to www.todayonline.com]

Was someone at his home, or another location remote flying this thing? If so, where could they land it?

The plane 'lost all contact and radar signal one minute before it entered Vietnam's air traffic control,' Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan, deputy chief of staff of the Vietnamese army, said in a statement issued by the government.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Anyplace in Vietnam this could land? We do have many air bases in use and old air force bases there?.

OR since the delay in news as it was missing, could it have flown, remotely controlled, to China? There were some initial reports stating it landed in Nanning China with a fighter jet escort.

[link to www.straitstimes.com]

Until the wreckage is found we can not rule out the possibility that this plane could of landed somewhere.

What about the crew? Well, what if passengers were disabled by some means, such as cabin decompression or the dispersal of a decapacitating gas.

At this point one may ask "who benefits"? Maybe a Chinese False Flag used to punish whoever is found out to be the culprits?

Heck, what do i know, I'm here looking for answers like anyone else but these are points that I find interesting.. Just sayin'.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Agree...
My theory :
High level stuff. Not for us sheeple to even begin to grasp.
Done by pros. Culprits Probably boarded with stolen passports , left the proper cargo, explosives or remote control jamming instruments, to take over the piloting a la 911 and deplaned via the back galley door disguised as caterers with a few bribes inbetween.
Lets here from the "accidental death" of some of MAS ground personnel in the near future...


Who benefits ?... Remains to be seen in a couple of years.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Agree...
My theory :
High level stuff. Not for us sheeple to even begin to grasp.
Done by pros. Culprits Probably boarded with stolen passports , left the proper cargo, explosives or remote control jamming instruments, to take over the piloting a la 911 and deplaned via the back galley door disguised as caterers with a few bribes inbetween.
Lets here from the "accidental death" of some of MAS ground personnel in the near future...


Who benefits ?... Remains to be seen in a couple of years.
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Couple years? I think this will unravel a bit sooner. Another thing I found interesting is the air France disaster also was a Boeing 777 that can be remote controlled.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Air France was an Airbus 330. Pilot error proven to be the case.
Very different scenario ( so far )
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
My guess is that the Israelis destroyed it to assassinate the Iranians on board. Everyone else was collateral damage.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Are you saying there is an RF link/ interface to the planes control system??

I don't think so
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
"Fly By Wire" does not mean just jump in there and take contol remotely
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
I know that, it does mean that the controls are linked via hard wiring to the control surface accuators. No RF interface is there.. If it was there they would have been taken control of long before this
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
"Fly By Wire" does not mean just jump in there and take contol remotely
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Fly by wire means no mechanical connection between elevator controls, basically a glorified gaming joystick.


Boeing jets can be remote controlled regardless of 'fly by wire' or not, actuators can move mechanical levers and controls just fine, what do you think happens when the autopilot is on?


Almost all new cars are drive by wire also, so keep that in mind while you shine up and polish that 2000s or 2010s model automobile of yours, Stephen King's 'Maximum Overdrive' might just have been onto something there.


At least i know my vehicle cant go no where without me (unless the e-brake gives way then it will turn sharply into a curb i guess)
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
You have no clue what you are talking about.. You have no technical knowledge of electronic systems by your reply's. Just another brainless know nothing with no technical knowledge at all.. No cars sold in America have the capability to be driven remotely. I am positive of that without a doubt.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
You have no clue what you are talking about.. You have no technical knowledge of electronic systems by your reply's. Just another brainless know nothing with no technical knowledge at all.. No cars sold in America have the capability to be driven remotely. I am positive of that without a doubt.
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whatever you say, not my problem anyways, you should perhaps go spend a few minutes on youtube though.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Autopilot has NO RF INTERFACE. Do you know what that means?
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Boeing jets can be remote controlled regardless of 'fly by wire' or not, actuators can move mechanical levers and controls just fine, what do you think happens when the autopilot is on?


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54852641


autopilot is not sofisticated enough
keeps predetermined speed , course and altitude
thats it , no fancy stuff

plane needs more than autopilot to be remotly controlled
and needs more than what regular 777 commercial jet comes with
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Autopilot has NO RF INTERFACE. Do you know what that means?
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ah i see your a by the book type. Need not say more. Its not like they would do something like put hidden circuits in those control computers or anything, impossible.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Well I am a pilot and a mechanic as well. I built R/C aircraft and have a broad knowledge of remote control systems used in drones. You shouldn't believe all the B.S. you see on Youtube.
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Bingo!!!! Give that man a cigar!!!!
SPAWN IS DEAD! LONG LIVE S.O.S. (Son of Spawn)!!!

Don't click it!!!! I'm warning you don't click that link.... no... no... STOP!!!!!

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Well I am a pilot and a mechanic as well. I built R/C aircraft and have a broad knowledge of remote control systems used in drones. You shouldn't believe all the B.S. you see on Youtube.
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I said need not say more, i dont get my info from youtube anyways,


none of this crap will be my problem so honestly i dont care one way or the other.


You believe what you want to believe, you think you got a good bead on things, i'll just make sure to hit the deck when the fecal matter meets the air circulator
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Well I am a pilot and a mechanic as well. I built R/C aircraft and have a broad knowledge of remote control systems used in drones. You shouldn't believe all the B.S. you see on Youtube.
 Quoting: chip 33211882


So far I have seen a YouTube video in this post.... Hmmm...
SPAWN IS DEAD! LONG LIVE S.O.S. (Son of Spawn)!!!

Don't click it!!!! I'm warning you don't click that link.... no... no... STOP!!!!!

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Well I am a pilot and a mechanic as well. I built R/C aircraft and have a broad knowledge of remote control systems used in drones. You shouldn't believe all the B.S. you see on Youtube.
 Quoting: chip 33211882


^^^^THIS^^^^
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Hacker says phone app could hijack plane...

[link to edition.cnn.com]

funny story from a while ago.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Well I am a pilot and a mechanic as well. I built R/C aircraft and have a broad knowledge of remote control systems used in drones. You shouldn't believe all the B.S. you see on Youtube.
 Quoting: chip 33211882


Same here; and I agree.

Quit getting your fucking education from the internet.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
Related to this, check out this other current thread on GLP...

Thread: Freescale, Shane Todd, and missing malaysian flight

Freescale, Shane Todd, and missing malaysian flight

US electrical engineer was murdered(suicides) last year in Singapore. He happens to be a former freescale employee working on GaN semiconductors. He told his parents that he was worried that the work he was doing was for something against the us. As a result he was killed but authorities ruled it as a suicide.

this is NO coincidence. 20 freescale employees on board. Patents don't mean shit when you have the tech or the knowledge.

research GaN Rf technology, the Boeing 777 and what it can do.

bump

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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
The FAA would not certificate a passenger airliner with the capability of having an RF interface into the flight surface control modules. These people with no technical knowledge of these systems have no clue how they work and are living in a make believe world as a result of their lack of technical systems.. Quote semiconductor types have nothing to do with it.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
The FAA would not certificate a passenger airliner with the capability of having an RF interface into the flight surface control modules. These people with no technical knowledge of these systems have no clue how they work and are living in a make believe world as a result of their lack of technical systems.. Quote semiconductor types have nothing to do with it.
 Quoting: chip 33211882


The FAA is part of the government and they will certify whatever they are told.
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Re: Just Sayin'... The Boeing 777 is a "Fly By Wire" remote controllable aircraft.
All I have to say is "What a Tard"

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