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Not looking good as tracking was lost in terrible weather from Indonesia to Singapore. Lazy link in first post.....................
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
Not looking good as tracking was lost in terrible weather from Indonesia to Singapore.

Lazy link in first post.....................
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don't you just hate when someone bumps an old thread??

thought another plane had gone down then!

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banned#2
in b 4 the thread is spammed.
#3
toshapetriji
in b 4 the thread is spammed.
Why would it be spammed ?
banned 2 Likes #4
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.
2 Likes #5
Hope that by some miracle the plane was landed safely and everyone on board will be rescued.

Sadly, despite fantastic technology, bad weather will make the plane difficult to find.
2 Likes #6
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.
A plane can only be 'lost' if someone wants it to be lost.
#7
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.
banned#8
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.
#9
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

they have GPS but they don't send out a constant signal they just kind of ping at a set time so big areas they can get lost in, maybe there's a technical reason for not having continuous contact, maybe its less about the planes and more the systems trying to track them all, all the processing power needed for a constant stream of data from all of the planes who knows, but it was all explained last time, the oceans are the hardest places to find planes, took france 2 years to find one of theirs in the Atlantic.
banned#10
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
#11
I can see the point from both sides, I don't think I'd want to be stuck on a plane not in full control especially if I'd experienced malfunctions and small electrical fires before
1 Like #12
whatsThePoint
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
and where have you been?

plane most prob crashed unfortunately..
banned 2 Likes #13
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
and where have you been?

plane most prob crashed unfortunately..

I haven't been anywhere, I saw your thread about how broken hearted you were because I wasn't here within 20 mins of you posting it :p
1 Like #14
whatsThePoint
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
and where have you been?

plane most prob crashed unfortunately..

I haven't been anywhere, I saw your thread about how broken hearted you were because I wasn't here within 20 mins of you posting it :p
aha you should have let us know you were ok, thought you had been in an accident tbh, also thought you might have been silenced by mods..
banned#15
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
and where have you been?

plane most prob crashed unfortunately..

I haven't been anywhere, I saw your thread about how broken hearted you were because I wasn't here within 20 mins of you posting it :p
aha you should have let us know you were ok, thought you had been in an accident tbh, also thought you might have been silenced by mods..

i was waiting for you to pm me :p
1 Like #16
whatsThePoint
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
CookinBat
whatsThePoint
KillFelix
Error440
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

I get what you're saying, but it still seems mental. Surely there's some sort of sat nav system on every plane relaying their location back to the ground? If not then there should be. Basically this shouldn't be able to happen IMO.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-07/jet-tracking-debate-persists-months-after-malaysian-air.html
and where have you been?

plane most prob crashed unfortunately..

I haven't been anywhere, I saw your thread about how broken hearted you were because I wasn't here within 20 mins of you posting it :p
aha you should have let us know you were ok, thought you had been in an accident tbh, also thought you might have been silenced by mods..

i was waiting for you to pm me :p
pervert oO
1 Like #17
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

They are always in the last place you look.
1 Like #18
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.
Error440

the whole process of pinpointing anything is done based on markers the wider spaced they are the bigger the area you need to look in, planes send a signal out at set intervals but they are moving fast and hight and way they are destroyed will make a difference where they land.

I've read loads of conspiracy nutters on twitter going on today about how can you lose a plane yet track a mobile phone, well a phone is in constant contact with the network via a series of markers, the mobile phone masts which are everywhere, got 15 within a 10 min walking radius of my home so its easy for them to figure out what area you are in.

Suggestion: Find better sources of material for your conspiracy theory-based nutters

If planes are destroyed, they will not land at all... except in pieces; then it is not much of a landing, but gravity causing the pieces to fall from the sky.

http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/10/104431/2843754-29524426.jpg

PS. There are not many mobile telephone masts in the middle of the ocean as there are not many schools & homes to bombard with radio waves at close proximity.

Perhaps geostationary satellites are more useful in remote areas.
#19
A Brit also believed to be on the plane & we have to expect an unhappy ending to this.
#20
And where the black box/plane lands will be miles away from last known position so difficult to find, what exactly is the point in your reply?
banned#21
another plane transported to another dimension.

i say aliens. they be coming.
banned#22
it or parts of it will be found in the next 48 hours


Edited By: whatsThePoint on Dec 30, 2014 08:04: ,
#23
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.
#24
whatsThePoint
it or parts of it will be found in the next 48 hours
And if they don't ? oO
#25
shauneco
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.

Of course there's something or some one behind it.
Bit of a ridiculous comment; you might as well have put 'Something must have happened here'
#26
whatsThePoint
it or parts of it will be found in the next 48 hours


http://img.thesun.co.uk/aidemitlum/archive/01803/megm_1803447a.jpg
banned#27
teh arn
shauneco
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.

Of course there's something or some one behind it.
Bit of a ridiculous comment; you might as well have put 'Something must have happened here'

I think he means it's suspicious, not accidental.
1 Like #28
fanpages
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.

They are always in the last place you look.


Obviously, you won't still look once its found...
banned 4 Likes #29
WheresMeNuts
whatsThePoint
it or parts of it will be found in the next 48 hours
And if they don't ? oO

i will make a new prediction :p
#30
shauneco
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.

Glitch in the matrix
#31
flying used to be the safest mode of transport but is quickly losing that status with the number of planes that have gone down.
#32
teh arn
shauneco
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.

Of course there's something or some one behind it.
Bit of a ridiculous comment; you might as well have put 'Something must have happened here'

Ok, Think you know what I meant, It's a slow day with it still being the xmas period etc..
#33
Error440
And where the black box/plane lands will be miles away from last known position so difficult to find, what exactly is the point in your reply?

If that was directed at me, the point of replying is the purpose of a web-based Forum.

The "Black Box" (neither black, nor a box) Flight Recorder is not used to locate the wreckage; it is used to analysis why a problem with the aircraft occurred.

Yes, it may descend & land near the rest of the wreckage, but looking for survivors, or pieces of fuselage & other fragments of the aircraft is easier than looking for an object the size of the Flight Recorder (that may well still be inside the main body of the aircraft anyway).
banned#34
mutley1
flying used to be the safest mode of transport but is quickly losing that status with the number of planes that have gone down.

its been about 1 plane a month on average for years
#35
KillFelix
I still don't understand how in 2014 we can just "lose" a plane.
fanpages
They are always in the last place you look.
iamcurly
Obviously, you won't still look once its found...

Err... yes, that was my point.
2 Likes #36
shauneco
Surely planes can't simply go missing, Their has to be something or someone behind it, I suspect some sort of cover up.

Only things that could possibly make them disappear would be a powerful bomb that vaporized everything or some sort of wormhole to another dimension.

David Copperfield?

*disclaimer. I really hope this plane and its occupants are found safe and well.

Edited By: deeky on Dec 28, 2014 11:32
1 Like #37
whatsThePoint
mutley1
flying used to be the safest mode of transport but is quickly losing that status with the number of planes that have gone down.

its been about 1 plane a month on average for years

i don't remember hearing a passenger plane went down a month in the news until the malaysian one went missing.
#38
fanpages
Error440
And where the black box/plane lands will be miles away from last known position so difficult to find, what exactly is the point in your reply?

If that was directed at me, the point of replying is the purpose of a web-based Forum.

The "Black Box" (neither black, nor a box) Flight Recorder is not used to locate the wreckage; it is used to analysis why a problem with the aircraft occurred.

Yes, it may descend & land near the rest of the wreckage, but looking for survivors, or pieces of fuselage & other fragments of the aircraft is easier than looking for an object the size of the Flight Recorder (that may well still be inside the main body of the aircraft anyway).

it has a transmitting beacon in it so can lead them to a crash site if its near it, but then you know that. My point was hight and speed etc would affect where the hell the plane is from its last known position making it hard to find anyway, I'm sure the search area will be massive
#39
mutley1
i don't remember hearing a passenger plane went down a month in the news until the malaysian one went missing.

Wut?
banned#40
mutley1
whatsThePoint
mutley1
flying used to be the safest mode of transport but is quickly losing that status with the number of planes that have gone down.

its been about 1 plane a month on average for years

i don't remember hearing a passenger plane went down a month in the news until the malaysian one went missing.

this year
February 16 – Nepal Airlines Flight 183, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6, crashes near Khidim about 74 kilometres southwest of Pokhara, Nepal, killing all 18 people on board.
February 17 – Ethiopian Airlines Flight 702, a Boeing 767, is hijacked by the co-pilot while en route from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Rome, Italy, but lands safely at Geneva, Switzerland. All 202 passengers and crew aboard are unharmed.
March 8 – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew on board, disappears from radar over the Gulf of Thailand.
July 17 – Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, is shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board in the deadliest civilian airliner shootdown incident.
July 23 – TransAsia Airways Flight 222, an ATR-72 en route from Kaohsiung to Penghu, Taiwan, crashes during go-around, killing 48 of the 58 people on board.
July 24 – Air Algérie Flight 5017, a chartered Swiftair McDonnell Douglas MD-83 operating for Air Algérie en route from Burkina Faso to Algiers, crashes in the northern Mali desert after disappearing from radar approximately 50 minutes after takeoff, killing all 112 passengers and 6 crew members on board.
August 10 – Sepahan Airlines Flight 5915, a HESA IrAn-140 (an Antonov An-140 built under license) crashes shortly after takeoff from Mehrabad International Airport, Iran, killing 39 of the 48 people on board.
December 28– Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501, an Airbus A320 was en route from Surabaya to Singapore with 155 passengers and 7 crew on board, when contact was lost with the aircraft.
every year listed
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_accidents_and_incidents_involving_commercial_aircraft

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