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atm wrote:Hint: Diego Garcia.

Just sayin'.

atm :idea:
Brilliant! :P
Once again SPF and atm come up with a tidbits of interesting thought provoking material!

U.S. Military Sea Lift Command's little oasis (MSCT) of the DOD's clandestine operations. A mighty long and mighty dry runway on them there coral islands to park an unsuspecting Boeing 777 in a nice large hanger.

We know some of the people on board and some potential "items of interest" they might have been carrying with them. Is this the real reason? Very peculiar.

Now the question still persists. Why?

Remember: Keyser Söze? "Diego Garcia!"

http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohac ... pe:airport
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Fintan wrote: So if that's NOT flight MH370 on the floor
of the Bay of Bengal, then what IS it?
Its unidentified, also not very defined....its like making shapes out of clouds.

Funny how the mind looks for these shapes.

It could be god forbid part of all the junk we throw down there,or where an old war plane might be.

Glad they are not looking for a ship wreck LOLZ.
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could be........ where an old war plane might be....
Funny how it wasn't there on the 5th then, eh?
But the scan on the 10 March picked it up.

So, think new plane, not old plane.
Funny how the mind looks for these shapes
Their technology can tell you what specific molecules are
on the sea floor -and in what quantities they are found.

Like when they scanned for the hi-tech alloys used in jet engines.

They found two piles of chrome nickel alloys. Like engines.
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But maybe those metals swam in there between the 5th and the 10th.
Maybe two sharks swallowed jet engines and swam in and died there.

Or, like when they scanned for copper used in jet electric wiring.

They found a long pile of copper with a front nose.
Like a fuselage and a densely wired cockpit at the front.
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They found substances, and quantities - consistent with a large jetliner.

Which wasn't there on the 5th and was there on the 10th.

Maybe piles of titanium appear spontaneously on the sea bed.

But if not, here's the graphics and research again:
So if that's NOT flight MH370 on the floor
of the Bay of Bengal, then what IS it?

And how and why did it show up between 5th and 10th March?
Minds are like parachutes.
They only function when open.
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Fintan wrote: Maybe two sharks swallowed jet engines and swam in and died there.
Now your thinking.

Seriously your first link says nothing has been found, and the second that present search coordinators have dismissed the claim.

Its gone from black box pings, to now this.I wonder whos funding the search operations ?.

The info has been passed onto the Bangladeshis ?Hope its not another red herring...only further inspection can tell.
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Fintan wrote:
could be........ where an old war plane might be....
Funny how it wasn't there on the 5th then, eh?
But the scan on the 10 March picked it up.

So, think new plane, not old plane.
Funny how the mind looks for these shapes
Their technology can tell you what specific molecules are
on the sea floor -and in what quantities they are found.
It looks reasonable to me but ... From Metabunk

https://www.metabunk.org/threads/debunk ... h370.3558/
The claims of Australian company Georesonance do not hold up because:

They make nonsensical claims such as detecting copper by "electromagnetic fields" from aerial images. However the copper would be behind the skin of the plane, and under 680m of seawater. Hence impossible to detect. https://www.metabunk.org/threads/du...v ... ost-103545
The company itself was created in 2013 and has almost no history or internet presence before this story
They claim to have located a ship, which is still missing - https://www.metabunk.org/threads/du...v ... ost-103382
Their "technology" resembles pseudoscience like dowsing. https://www.metabunk.org/threads/du...v ... ost-103675
Experts at NASA concur this is nonsense, and likely a publicity stunt. https://www.metabunk.org/threads/du...- ... ost-103689
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May be related to the continuing saga? Who knows.

New Chinese Supercomputer Goes Beta (Tianhe 2 Ahead Of Schedule And On Budget)
Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer | 05.05.2014 | PopSci

In April 2014, the Tianhe 2 supercomputer began offering computing power to public users while the system continues debugging and fine tuning. It has a peak processing speed of 33.86 quadrillion floating-point operations per second (petaflops), derived from 16,000 computer nodes, while it has a theoretical peak processing power of 54.9 petaflops. The closest competitor is the Oak Ridge National Lab's 17.59 petaflops Titan in America, which has only about half of the Tianhe 2's computing power. Both supercomputers are open to public use for scientific research, including molecular scale physics, climate simulation and astronomic signal processing. Of course, the technology behind these supercomputers could also be used for military purposes, including nuclear weapons test simulations and decryption.

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Photo: The Tianhe 2 supercomputer occupies a massive room inside Guangzhou, where it is now accepting computation tasks from the public
Credit: The Telegraph


The Tianhe 2 includes 80,000 Intel Xeon CPUs processor boards, for 3,120,000 computing cores. Other than the most of the CPUs, the rest of the supercomputer is made in China. The Tianhe 2 remains the world's most powerful supercomputer as of November 2013, according to industry survey TOP500. The system is a joint effort between China's National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) and IT manufacturer Inspur, It uses tens of thousands of Intel Xeon CPUs and Chinese FT-1500 core processing units, while NUDT developed its Kylin Linux programming language. Notably (and unlike so many IT and defense projects around the world), the Tianhe 2 went operational in December 2013, well ahead of its 2015 schedule, and reportedly costs only $390 million.

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Photo: A look down one of the corridors in the giant room housing the Tianhe 2, which has a processing power of 33.86 petaflops (double that
of its nearest competitor, the Oak Ridge Lab's Titan
)
Credit: Chinese Internet


Given its unprecedented processing power, Chinese scientists are still brainstorming new applications and missions for the Tianhe 2. The Tianhe 2 is the fruit of Program 863, a Chinese science and technology program started in the 1980s to accelerate research in areas like materials science, information technology and aviation. Other fruits of Program 863 include 62 of the world's 205 fastest supercomputers, anti-satellite lasers and renewable energy.
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Or.. Lolz.

Good timing.
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Thanks. Look, I'm not trying to be Mr. Big Guy here.

I just want to get to what these fools are up to...next.

It could be you...

...or me.

Truly, I think Rense got the warning of a lifetime and backed off posting Jim Stone's stuff. As for Yoichu Shimatsu, I'd reckon the same but, he hops across SE Asia so often: he's hard to pin down, though I have heard a podcast of him with Rense when it has gone silent just at the right (or wrong) time.

And Yoichi knew it and told whoever did it to cut it out (he clearly heard English accents).

Then it happened again.

Listen to the full forty-four or so minute interview: it is well worth it.

Here it is:

<iframe id="ytplayer" type="text/html" width="640" height="360" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/EGAmqE6mIt0" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Avert your eyes from the video. It's crap.

NSA, boys and girls. It's ALL around us.

I stand by Jim Stone. Whether real or CIA fake; he's a real hero or a real hero.

RSAgards

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Atm good vid on Fukushima, and its worth more than one listen i feel to take in whats being said.

I think this missing plane and stones work needs a closer look.There are things in there that dont add up from the question of no buildings in land being damaged by the quake (some vids do show buildings damaged ) to the guy who shoved a phone up his ass allegedly from Diego Garcia.

On fukushima,

A 9 magnitude quake should have devastated large parts of japan, and warnings given way ahead of time of possible Tsunami.Its not as if this is the first time this has happened.

Why there was no damage from the quake inland to speak of can only be explained that quakes out at sea don't affect inland as much as if the epicenter was inland, but are more prone to produce tsunami...im not saying that's whats happening only i cant explain why there was no building damage to speak of...especially considering we talking a 9 magnitude quake here.

The kobe earthquake that hit japan in 1995 killed over 6000 people, and caused building devastation on a grand scale.....thats with a 7 mag quake, and we talking of a 9 here....there should have been a lot of building damage with a 9 quake.

I did read that some were saying the reason why there was not as much building damage was due to buildings being made quake proof...i just dont buy that.

Back to the missing plane,

And the possibility that the plane was taken somewhere else.Deigo Garcia has been highlighted as a possible place.

The report of Phillip wood who says he was held somewhere against his will, and managed to conceal a phone to send a picture which showed his location at Garcia.

A few things that dont add up there,

The first is an obvious one...how do you fit a cell phone up your ass ?...i mean no matter the emergency your going to tear your hole apart trying to ram that up there...no matter how desperate you are.

Ok suppose he manged to get that phone in there take it out at Garcia, and send that message and pic...remember now he is blindfolded. Try it your self....close your eyes turn your phone on and try and type out a message..i just cant get on board with it, and unless there is another explanation.

Also why were his hands free ?.

Im not trying to debunk because i don't think the plane even hit the water...its just these things don't make sense to me.
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another Diego Garcia version

http://drgauravpradhan.blogspot.com/201 ... anned.html

Malaysia Airlines MH370 crash PLANNED & WHY?
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DARPA Unveils Hack-Proof Drone
Kris Osborn | May 21, 2014 | Defense Tech

The Pentagon’s research arm unveiled a new drone built with secure software that prevents the control and navigation of the aircraft from being hacked.

The program, called High Assurance Cyber Military Systems, or HACMS, uses software designed to thwart cyber attacks. It has been underway with the Defense Advance Research Project Agency for several years after originating at the University of California, San Diego and the University of Washington, said Kathleen Fischer, HACMS program manager for DARPA.

“The software is designed to make sure a hacker cannot take over control of a UAS. The software is mathematically proven to be invulnerable to large classes of attack,” Fisher said.

The mini drone is engineered with mathematically assured software making it invulnerable to cyber attack. Citing the success of mock-enemy or “red-team” exercises wherein cyber experts tried to hack into the quadcopter and failed, Fisher indicated that DARPA experts have referred to the prototype quadcopter as the most secure UAS in the world.

“We started out with the observation that many vehicles are easy for malicious hackers to tamper with the software and take control remotely. We’ve replaced all the software with our high assurance software that was developed using the tools and techniques that were invented in the program,” Fisher said.

The drone prototype was among more than 100 projects and 29 advanced research programs on display in the Pentagon’s courtyard Wednesday in what was billed as DARPA Demo Day.

The HACMS program develops system architecture models, software components and operating system software, DARPA officials said.

Vulnerabilities or security issues can arise when drones or other military aircraft are “networked” to one another such that they can share information in real time. Security risks can emerge through network protocols, software bugs or unintended interactions between otherwise correct components, DARPA officials explained.
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