Sunday, December 28, 2014

EDIT: Now everyone can fall

SCHOCKA: It  landed on the sea.

AirAsia 8501 Goes Missing Over Pacific After Pilots Request Course Change
 99% BAD HARDWARE WEEK: MH 370 curse ? Last missing case was too in this world region. Seems we got a new missing triangle. Or inherent 2 engines over sea security problem. See below three more airplanes close. And no weather problems ?? Cloud-top IR brightness temperatures in the -80º to -85ºC range along the middle portion of the flight path. The last point of contact (at 23:24 UTC) was approximately within the circle drawn just to the left of the center of the images, when the aircraft was flying at an altitude of 32,000 feet (9.75 km) over the Java Sea. There were reports from various media sources that the pilots had requested to climb to a higher altitude to avoid adverse weather conditions not long before contact was lost. Well , seems -85C might be too low for two engines only.


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