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South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447

 
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06/08/2009 09:58 AM
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South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447
I was watching discovery channel last night and they were talking about one area on the globe where the magnetosphere is extremely thin and/or non existant. the area is in the south atlantic and called the south atlantic anomoly. Nancy and the zetas also mentioned this as the cause of the plane crash. Do y'all think it's possible that the plane's electrical system shutdown as it passed over this area. See map of the south atlantic anomoly below:
[link to www.gizmag.com]
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06/08/2009 10:02 AM
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Re: South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447
It must be a Shitty Anomoly!!
This is a regular rout for the airlines..

Why don't planes fall from the sky evey day??
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06/08/2009 10:05 AM

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Re: South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447
I was watching discovery channel last night and they were talking about one area on the globe where the magnetosphere is extremely thin and/or non existant. the area is in the south atlantic and called the south atlantic anomoly. Nancy and the zetas also mentioned this as the cause of the plane crash. Do y'all think it's possible that the plane's electrical system shutdown as it passed over this area. See map of the south atlantic anomoly below:
[link to www.gizmag.com]
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I saw that last night, and was thinking the same thing.
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06/08/2009 10:11 AM
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Likely a combination of events, such as this, the storm, and earthquake that happened under it at the same time and perhaps lightning (from storm and earthquake) resulting in the crash.
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Re: South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447
Swissair 111 Reconsidered
By William Henry December 5, 2007

William Henry returns with an important perspective on the Swissair 111 tragedy. Henry argues that numerous factors such as electromagnetic interference and defective wiring contributed to this tragedy in a more significant way than are currently accepted.

"The U.S. Navy maintains a considerable presence in the Atlantic Ocean along the eastern coast of the United States. Consequently, when the Navy is operating in the Atlantic, all eastbound flights departing New York must fly through strict non-military corridors. The Department of Commerce describes the areas allotted for military use as "National Defense Operating Areas - operations hazardous to the flight of aircraft conducted within these areas."10

It is not uncommon for the Navy to use a variety of electromagnetic devices designed for surveillance and/or defense purposes within the restricted operating areas. Such electromagnetic devices are particularly problematic for commercial aircraft because they interfere with electrical, navigation, and communication equipment.11

On September 2, the day of the Swissair Flight 111 crash, seven electromagnetically active craft (the USS Connecticut, USS Dallas, USS Billfish, two P-3 Orions from Patrol Squadron 26, a P-3 Orion from Patrol Squadron 10, and a KC-135 air-to-air refueling aircraft from McGuire Air Force Base), as well as "other aircraft of unknown type and origin" were present in both the restricted area bordering the non-military corridor through which Swissair Flight 111 traveled, and the commercial aviation passageway.12 The P-3 from Patrol Squadron 10 was equipped with high-powered electromagnetic transmitters, similar to those used by electronic warfare aircraft. Because of the advanced technology aboard this particular P-3, other aircraft flying in its proximity would probably experience significant electromagnetic interference. In fact, during the afternoon of September 2, a P-3 from Patrol Squadron 26 was forced to land early because one of the P-3s from Patrol Squadron 10 was present in the same corridor, which spanned hundreds of square miles.13 It seems incredible that not only were three of these aircraft present in the same corridor, but also that the corridor within which they flew was situated next to a commercial aviation passageway. It was through this passageway that Swissair Flight 111 would travel."

"Ultimately what brought down Flight 111 was an in-flight ignition of the aircraft's Kapton wiring and Mylar/MPET insulation.14 The publicly accepted explanation of this catastrophe begins when Captain Zimmerman radios for an unplanned landing nearly an hour into the flight. However, careful examination of the entire flight proves that the problem started much earlier, only 14 minutes after takeoff. At 8:33pm, Swissair Flight 111 completely lost radio contact with all ground controllers for an entire 13 minutes. During the 13-minute gap, Flight 111 remained on the radar constantly, multiple controllers attempted to contact Flight 111, and Flight 111 (as seen on the Flight Data Recorder) attempted numerous times to contact various ground controllers.15 Additionally, during that time, "an unknown aircraft, presumed to be military" flew directly underneath Flight 111 at a distance of approximately 22,000 feet. Although the Canadian Transportation Safety Board (TSB) concluded, "it is unlikely that an airborne HIRF emitter could have produced unsafe levels of HIRF energy from a distance of 22,000 feet," it is important to note that radio communications between Flight 111 and Air Traffic Control (ATC) were re-established directly following the incident.16 At this time, everything seemingly went back to normal, but this is likely to be the point at which the initial wiring incident occurred."

"Interestingly, U.S. military operations in the Atlantic continue in a mostly unchanged manner, even though there is strong evidence that electromagnetic interference in almost precisely the same area has contributed not only to the crash of Swissair Flight 111, but also to the crashes of TWA Flight 800 and EgyptAir Flight 990."
[link to www.airliners.net]
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Re: South Atlantic Anomoly - Air France Flight 447
That would explain the debris they found from another plane, that turned out not to be 447....before they found 447. I saw that too...