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Bali Bermuda Triangle Plane Crash April 2013

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I predict that the hypothesised 1.6g dark matter at the bottom of the Philippine Trench and the Florida Trench is the same as the fluid asymmetric matter at the Earth's core.

http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Inner_core

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I predict that the hypothesised 1.6g dark matter at the bottom of the Philippine Trench and the Florida Trench is the same as the fluid asymmetric matter at the Earth's core.

http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Inner_core

It follows that the measured surface gravity difference between Earth's polar and equatorial regions will change during a major Coroanl Mass Ejection event.

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I've made another connection. The Bali plane crash into the side of a mountain on April 22 1974 and the Berwyn mountains UFO/earthquake incident in Wales Feb14/15 1974. An eye-witness recounted how the ground rose fairly slowly and then just gave way. This bizarre pair of events on the opposite sides of the globe *also* coincided with the passing of the Great Comet in 1974 Comet Kohoutek. I predict that the comet crossed the Earth's equatorial plane on the 14/15 Feb and created a gravitational bulge of the innermost core which led to the ground lifting in Wales on that fateful day. [This is also reminiscent of the Berezovsky frozen mammoth mystery 40,000 years earlier]. There are some clues to the dark matter content of this comet imo:

Comet Kohoutek is a long-period comet; its previous apparition was about 150,000 years ago, and its next apparition will be in about 75,000 years.[1] At its apparition in 1973 it had a hyperbolic trajectory (e > 1) due to gravitational perturbations from giant planets. Due to its path, scientists theorized that Kohoutek was an Oort-cloud object. As such, it was believed that this was the comet's first visit to the inner Solar System, which would result in a spectacular display of outgassing. Infrared and visual telescopic study have led many scientists to conclude, in retrospect, that Kohoutek is actually a Kuiper-belt object, which would account for its apparent rocky makeup and lack of outgassing.[2]

Before its close approach, Kohoutek was hyped by the media as the "comet of the century". However, Kohoutek's display was considered a let-down,[3] possibly due to partial disintegration when the comet closely approached the sun prior to its Earth flyby. Since this was probably the comet's first visit to the inner Solar System, it would have still contained large amounts of frozen volatiles since its creation. Although it failed to brighten to levels expected, it was still a naked-eye object.

There were plenty of plane crashes around this time, this one has a familiar mystery element to it, Turkish Airlines Flight 981

Just after Flight 981 passed over the town of Meaux, controllers picked up a distorted transmission from the plane; the aircraft's pressurization and overspeed warnings were heard over the pilots' words in Turkish, including the co-pilot saying "the fuselage has burst." The flight disappeared from radar shortly afterwards.

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The sun is still erupting:

And planes are stalling and falling to the ground, this one from Afganistan:

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDbSz6pwYMQ

747 cargo plane crashes at Bagram airbase - video

More crashes....Passengers Survive Plane Crash at North Las Vegas Airport http://www.8newsnow.com/story/3625919/passengers-survive-plane-crash-at-north-las-vegas-airport

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Wow, another one makes three in just over a month? U.S. Military Plane Crashes Near Kyrgyz-Kazakh Border

A U.S. military refuelling plane exploded and crashed on May 3 near the Kyrgyz village of Chaldovar at the Kyrgyz-Kazakh border and the fate of the crew was unknown. The Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker, used for in-flight refuelling, took off from the U.S. military transit center at Kyrgyzstan's international Manas airport near Bishkek, which U.S. forces maintain for operations in Afghanistan and crashed minutes after takeoff. Kyrgyz Emergency Ministry said that the black box from the plane had been found and search teams in Kyrgyzstan were continuing to look for three crew members. (Ulan Asanaliev, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service)
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A glow bird got sucked into the engine?

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Wow, another one makes three in just over a month? U.S. Military Plane Crashes Near Kyrgyz-Kazakh Border

I hadn't heard about that before. A little suspicious, in view of the incident in Afghanistan just the other day? :unsure2:

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I hadn't heard about that before. A little suspicious, in view of the incident in Afghanistan just the other day? :unsure2:

Thank you. There was also another crash in Kazakhstan, near the capital Astana, just a month or so earlier.

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Here's some interesting data I need to investigate. List of aerial disappearances.

Here's one that was off the list but has been found on Saturday afetr a year of it going missing.

Urals ghost plane: Wreckage found year after crash, 11 dead bodies (GRAPHIC PHOTOS). The RT tv station said that the plane had hit the ground nose down and mentioned a possible mystery force behind the accident.

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Nepal air crash: UK investigators head to Kathmandu (Sep29 2012)

Air accident investigators from the UK are heading to Nepal to investigate the plane crash that killed seven Britons on Friday.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch said it was sending two staff to Kathmandu to assist local authorities looking into the accident, which killed all 19 passengers shortly after takeoff from Kathmandu airport.

The Britons, who were on a trekking holiday, were among those killed after the twin-engine propeller Dornier plane crashed in a field.

Initial reports suggested the plane had possibly hit a large bird but pilot error or a malfunction are now being investigated. Ratish Chandra Suman, an official from Tribhuvan international airport, said the pilot had reported trouble two minutes after takeoff and appeared to have been trying to turn back to the airport.

The plane crashed on the bank of the Manohara river at 6.18am on Friday in clear weather and witnesses said the plane was already on fire before it hit the ground.

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Wow, another one in the region a year ago, No survivors from Pakistan plane crash, official says (Apr20 2012)

The crash is reminiscent of one in 2010,when 152 people were killed as a Pakistani passenger plane crashed on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan's capital. That plane was also was coming from Karachi when it crashed into a hillside while trying to land, officials said at the time.

Four years earlier, another airliner crashed in central Pakistan, leaving 45 dead.

The first known commercial passenger airplane crash occurred in Pakistan in 1953 when a Canadian Pacific DH-106 Comet crashed shortly after takeoff from Karachi. That crash killed 11 people on board.

And Karachi, Cargo plane crashes in Karachi, killing at least 11 (Nov 2010)

Witnesses say they saw that one of the plane's engines was on fire, which suggests that the cause of the crash may have been a mechanical failure.

Sun Way Flight 4412 (27 Nov 2010)

Sun Way Flight 4412 was an international scheduled cargo flight which crashed on 28 November 2010 when an Ilyushin Il-76TD, which was operating a flight from Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, Pakistan to Khartoum International Airport, Khartoum, Sudan, crashed on approach to Jinnah International Airport, killing all eight crew and a further four people on the ground. The aircraft is reported to have suffered an engine fire shortly after take-off and was attempting to return to Jinnah International Airport.
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Wow, another plane crash about a year ago! Thai military plane crashes in Dhaka airport (Apr 30 2012)

A Royal Thai Air Force plane, carrying 15 people on board, skidded off the runway at Dhaka airport, injuring at least three, an official said.

And another one! Bangladesh air cadet sent back to Dhaka (Apr 27 2012)

The cadet apparently said during questioning that he was flying at 5,000 feet when the weather deteriorated. He lost his way and did his best to get back to base. However, before long he looked at the fuel gauge and saw that his tanks were empty. The engine also spluttered and stopped. Rashed had no option but to touch down around 6.32pm. Villagers saw the aircraft approach and rushed to the spotwhere it finally landed. Within the next couple of hours, hundreds of villagers rushed to catch a glimpse of the aircraft.
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A recent one Six dead in Mexico prosecutors office plane crash (1 May 2013)

DHAKA: A small plane owned by the Mexican federal prosecutor's office crashed shortly after takeoff in northern Mexico on Tuesday, killing three agents and three crew members, the attorney general said.

The Beechcraft King Air 300 hit the ground 10 minutes after taking off in the state of Zacatecas at around noon, and the cause of the crash is under investigation, Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said in a statement.

The three officials had been sent to the state's capital, also called Zacatecas, on Monday to detain three suspected members of the Zetas drug cartel.

After the suspects were jailed, the three agents took a flight bound for Mexico City late Monday but their plane returned to the airport due to "mechanical failures," Murillo Karam said. They waited until the next day to take their fateful flight.

"The cause of the incident is unknown for now," Murillo Karam said, adding that the civil aviation department is leading the investigation with the support of his office.

The attorney general said he sent a senior prosecutor specialized in organized crime, the head of the investigative police and five experts to Zacatecas.

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I'm starting to see a pattern emerging. It suggest a differential core rotation with a north-south wobble.

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New Delhi: November 8, 1996 - A Solar Corona Ejection

This is a familiar one Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision (12 Nov 1996)

The commission determined that the accident had been the fault of the Kazakhstani Il-76 commander, who (according to FDR evidence) had descended from the assigned altitude of 15,000 feet (4,600 m) to 14,500 feet (4,400 m) and subsequently 14,000 feet (4,300 m) and even lower. The report ascribed the cause of this serious breach in operating procedure to the lack of English language skills on the part of the Kazakhstani aircraft pilots; they were relying entirely on their radio operator for communications with the ATC who in turn did not have his own flight instrumentation but had to look over the pilots' shoulders for a reading.[10] Kazakhstani officials stated that the aircraft had descended while their pilots were fighting turbulence inside a bank of cumulus clouds. Also, a few seconds from impact, the Kazakhstani plane climbed slightly and the two planes collided. This was because the radio operator of Kazakhstani 1907 discovered only then that they were not at 15,000 feet. Had the Kazakhstani pilots not climbed slightly, it is likely that they would have passed under the Saudi plane. He asked the pilot to do so and the captain gave orders for full throttle and the plane climbed, only to hit the oncoming Saudi plane. The tail of the Kazakhstani plane clipped the left wing of the Saudi jet, severing both parts from their respective planes.

Here's another one 9-seater plane crashes in Faridabad residential colony; 10 killed (May 26 2011)

The plane reportedly nosedived from a height of about 8,000 feet.

Echoes from the past Indian Airlines Flight 440 (31 May 1973)

Investigators determined the cause of Indian Airlines Flight 440 crashing to be crew error in letting the aircraft descend below glidepath.

Here's some more which need investigating Air crashes in India Chronology

India plane crash in Mangalore leaves nearly 160 dead (22 May 2010)

The Boeing 737 overshot the hilltop runway as it tried to land and burst into flames in a valley beyond.

Indian Aviation Minister Praful Patel said he felt "morally responsible" for the crash, AFP news agency reports.

Survivors said they thought they heard what sounded like a tyre bursting just before the crash.

Speaking to Indian TV from his hospital bed, survivor Umer Farooq said he heard a loud thud as the plane touched down.

"Then the plane veered off toward some trees on the side and then the cabin filled with smoke. I got caught in some cables but managed to scramble out," he said.

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Mumbai:

Air India Flight 855 (1 Jan 1978)

Air India Flight 855 was a scheduled passenger flight that crashed during the evening of 1 January 1978 about 3 km (1.9 mi) off the coast of Bandra, Bombay (now Mumbai), India. All 213 lives on board were lost. The crash is believed to have been caused by the captain having become spatially disoriented after the failure of one of the flight instruments in the cockpit.

1966:"]http://news.bbc.co.u...56551.stm]1966: 117 die in Air India tragedy[/url]

Up to 117 people have been killed after an Air India Boeing 707 crashed near the summit of Mont Blanc in the Alps.

But the captain of the Air India Boeing 707, who was one of the airline's most experienced pilots, had radioed the control tower a few minutes earlier to report that his instruments were working fine and the aircraft was flying at 19,000ft (5,791 metres) - at least 3,000ft (514 metres) higher than the Mont Blanc summit.

Shortly after, the plane crashed into the mountain.

Sixteen years ago an Air India Constellation flying from Cairo to Geneva crashed near the same spot, killing 48 passengers and crew .

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Colombo: Here's another one from 1978 McDonnell Douglas DC-8-63CF[(15 Dec 1978)

This transmission was acknowledged by the aircraft at 23:27:37. Shortly thereafter, the Approach Controller sighted the aircraft very low on the approach and called out twice "Lima, Lima 001, you are undershooting". However, this transmission was not received by the aircraft as the Approach Controller spoke on the approach frequency 119.7 MHz whereas the aircraft was still tuned to the Radar Controller on 119.1 MHz. The Approach Controller observed the aircraft disappearing from sight followed by what appeared to be a ball of fire around the area where it passed out of sight. The aircraft had crashed into a rubber and coconut plantation at a point 1.16 n.m. from runway 22 threshold, 103 feet to the right of the extended centre line of the runway. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and fire.

Martinair Flight 138 (1974)

Martinair Flight 138 was a chartered flight from Surabaya, Indonesia to Colombo, Sri Lanka. The aircraft was operated on behalf of Garuda Indonesia. On December 4, 1974, the aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas DC-8-55F, crashed into a mountain shortly before landing, killing all 191 people aboard – 182 Indonesian hajj pilgrims bound for Mecca, and 9 crew members.[1]

Also 2004 incident:

Colombo airport re-opens after crash

Thursday, 05 February , 2004, 09:20

http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?id=13380303

Colombo: Sri Lankas only international airport reopend on Thursday after being shut for nearly 10 hours following the crash landing of a cargo plane that damaged the runway, an airport official said.

There were no casualties, but the Bandaranaike International airport was closed till 8.15 am (0740 IST) to allow the clearing of the wreckage of the IL-18 cargo plane from the runway, an official said.

He said the aircraft operated by Expo Aviation, a Sri Lankan carrier, was returning to Colombo with cargo from Dubai when its nose wheel failed to open just before landing late last night.

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I'm guessing that most of these mystery plane crashes occur near equatorial regions. I'll now check the north european cities above 55 degrees north.

Ho! 1996 again at Dominican Republic. Birgenair Flight 301

During takeoff roll at 11:42 p.m, captain Ahmet Erdem, one of Birgenairs' most senior pilots, found that his air speed indicator (ASI) was not working properly, but chose not to abort takeoff.[5] The co-pilot's ASI was functional.

While the plane was climbing through 4,700 feet (1,400 m), the captain's airspeed indicator read 350 knots (650 km/h). The autopilot, which was taking its air speed information from the same equipment that was providing faulty readings to the captain's ASI, increased the pitch-up altitude and reduced power to lower the plane's airspeed. Co-pilot Aykut Gergin's ASI read 200 knots (370 km/h) and decreasing, yet the airplane started to give multiple contradictory warnings that it was flying too fast, including rudder ratio, Mach airspeed and overspeed lights and sounds.

A recent one found Thomson jet crash kills 5; 2 survivors hospitalized (Feb 20 2013)

Bergen said preliminary reports indicate the jet – a Hawker Beechcraft 390/Premier I – ran off the end of the runway after it landed.

I've only found one suspicious one so far from 1977 https://en.wikipedia...lyg_Flight_618]Linjeflyg Flight 618(15 Jan 1977)[/url]

]Linjeflyg Flight 618[/b] was a scheduled Linjeflyg passenger flight, operated by Skyline Sweden, that crashed into a residential area on 15 January 1977, killing all 22 people on board. The plane had left Malmö earlier that morning.

The aircraft had been cruising for a long period with the number two and number three engines at a low power setting. This meant that the anti-icing systems run from the engines were not at a temperature sufficient for them to operate correctly. As a result, ice built up on the stabilizer, which disrupted the airflow, causing the loss of pitch control when the flaps were being fully extended on final approach.

Ahhh...Now we have the familiar stories starting more easterly at Tallinn Two die in Tallinn plane crash (Feb 13 2003)

TALLINNTwo pilots were killed and one crew member injured after an AN-28 aircraft carrying mail crashed near Tallinn's airport in the evening of Feb. 10.The cabin and the right wing were destroyed as the plane smashed into the ground just one kilometer away from the runway shortly after take-off at 7:42 p.m. local time. The plane was on a regular flight from Tallinn to Helsinki carrying 500 kilograms of TNT Express Worldwide mail.Plane captain Aleksander Verbenko, 45, was still alive when the re ...

A cargo plane too in 2010.

This suggests that the theorised core with embedded 1.6g dark matter comets isn't in differential rotation, but does have a north-south wobble. The sun's CME's trigger/charge these dark comets.

This is familiar now Estonian, Russian Killed in Plane Crash Near Riga (14 Nov 2012)

The accident occured on the outskirts of Riga, in Bukultis, in a pilot exam gone wrong, reported LETA. The front end of the four-seater Tecnam rammed into a marshy surface.

Riga: Plane crash kills 1, injures 7 (Aug 20 2008)

Vilnius too: Passengers escape injury in Lithuania plane crash (12 Sep 2007)

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I'm now going to follow the line south from 25 degree long.

Minsk: No survivors found in plane crash at Minsk (2009)

MINSK, Belarus, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- Emergency services personnel did not find any survivors at the crash site of a Russian business jet near the Minsk airport, officials in Belarus said Tuesday.

Officials said a Hawker-125 jet carrying three passengers and three crew members left from the airport in Moscow Monday, then went off the radar screen as it approached the Minsk facility about an hour later, the Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported.

Also 2011 Video: Dynamo Minsk’s hockey funeral for Lokomotiv crash victims

Warsaw: 1 Nov 2011 Plane carrying 230 passengers crash lands in Warsaw

1980: LOT Flight 7

Kiev: Plane KIEV, Ukraine Crash on 13 Feb 2013

JUne 10 2012 5 dead, 13 injured in small plane crash near Kiev

Moldova: 12 Apr 2008 2008 Chişinău Antonov An-32 crash

Bucharest: 31 Mar 1995 TAROM Flight 371

Apr 23 2008 Passenger plane crash-lands in Bucharest

Sofia: 1978 1978 Balkan Bulgarian Tupolev Tu-134 crash

25 Aug 2011 Pilot Error Blamed for Fatal Bulgarian Plane Crash

Athens: 14 Aug 2005 Helios Airways Flight 522

Oct 22 2009 Two killed in Athens plane crash identified

Crete: Nov 18 2012 Plane crash kills pilot near La Crete airport

Cairo: May 20 1965 PIA Flight 705

Sham-el-Sheihk: 3 Jan 2004Flash Airlines

Flight 604

Cyprus: 14 Aug 2005Helios Airways Flight 522

Ankara, Turkey Sep 23 1961Turkish Airlines flight 835

http://www.servetbasol.com/Articles/kazalar.htm

18 May 2001 Turkey probes fatal plane crash

Luxor; 27 Feb 2013Egypt hot air balloon flight ends in tragedy near Luxor

Khartoum: 7 Oct 2012 Sudanese military plane crashes near Khartoum

June 10 2008 Plane crashes in Khartoum

Asmara: 17 Jul 1998 Crash

http://suite101.com/article/travel-to-asmara-eritrea---how-to-survive-a-plane-crash-a311242

Addis Ababa: 25 Jan 2010 Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409

Djbouti: Fatal Djibouti U-28A crash laid to crew error

Nairobi: 20 Nov 1974Lufthansa Flight 540

http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19670601-0

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Even this latest shipping accident could be due to a mystery 1.6g force Four dead in Genoa shipping accident.

Yep, this is familiar

Superga air disaster (4 May 1949)

Milan plane crash: What happened (19 Apr 2002)

Even the Costa Concordia disaster needs to be reevaluated imo Giglio, site of Costa Concordia disaster, requests £68m in compensation (Jan 13 2012)

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