747 cargo plane crashes at Bagram airbase - video (
Second U.S. Cargo Plane Crashes in Central Asia
On Monday, a civilian operated-cargo plane crashed upon take off from Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, killing all seven crew members. The plane was owned and operated by a private company (and the crew were all U.S. civilians), but was contracted to the U.S. military.
Fate of crew unknown as US plane crashes in Kyrgyzstan (3 May 2012)
What Caused The Dealy Cargo Plane Disaster?
I propose that a roaming mystery force acts on fluid bodies only. This would explain the sudden force of attraction on the fuel laden planes. The video of the bagram airbase disaster is due to the fluid air inside the cargo bay being pressurised by this force and blowing out the rear door. I predict that there is a single rear door which hinges to the right. This pressure explosion was forced out down and to the left which resulted in a reaction force up and to the right which stalled the plane. It gives the impression of a cargo shift, but analysis will show that this didn't actually occur.
The hypothesis could be easily tested. It predicts that the mystery flyby anomaly of some passing satellites is relative to the amount of fluids they have on board.
Edited by RingFenceTheCity, 20 May 2013 - 10:16 AM.