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triotec
05-06-2009, 05:38 PM
I believe that the plane was taken by aliens. A spanish pilot and his co-pilot saw this white light. Why is no debris been found yet? Because there is no debris to be found, and they have not picked up any signal from the black boxes.

lostwonderer
05-06-2009, 06:08 PM
Or LOST.

decim
05-06-2009, 06:27 PM
It'll turn up....somewhere

YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

chattanova
05-06-2009, 06:33 PM
Did AF 447 crash over the Bermuda Triangle?

While the Brazilian and French authorities have expressed pessimism over finding any survivors, latest news reports say that the debris that were found by the Brazilian Air France on Thursday, Jun 4 is not that of the crashed Air France Flight
AF 447.

With the ongoing search for answers as to what led to the mysterious crash of the AF 447 seem to be turning into a big nothing, people's imagination seems to be running wild spewing out varying theories and speculations.


While some contend that it is technically impossible for a plane to go out of the radar coverage unless it was an alien abduction, others believe that it is perfectly normal for an aircraft flying over the oceans to be outside of radar coverage and air traffic control range.

However, one very interesting enquiry about the plane crash seems to be connection between the AF 447 crash and Bermuda Triangle.

Bermuda Triangle or the Devil's triangle is a region that covers the Northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Flying or Sailing over this area of the ocean many aircrafts and sea vessels have allegedly disappeared in mysterious circumstances which fall beyond the boundaries of human error, piracy, equipment failure, or natural disasters.

AF 447 reportedly disappeared some where near the Bermuda Triangle. Apart from the fact that there are no debris of the plane found, the plane interestingly faced an 'electronic' failure. The flight AF 447 was equipped with a back up system that could send out messages if the plane's electronic system died out.

With so many questions unanswered and no left overs of the crash found in spite of rigorous searching for days now, did the plane really fall prey to the 'Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon' or abducted by aliens will be other questions added to the mystery.

http://news.oneindia.in/feature/2009/air-france-plane-crash-bermuda-triangle-abduction.html

kiwimaj
05-06-2009, 07:58 PM
Did AF 447 crash over the Bermuda Triangle?

THIS IS THE THEORY THAT I WILL HAPPILY GO WITH...
In my Top 10 fav films of all time is Close Encounters and I LOVE alien abduction stuff...

So...there is no proof at this time that the passengers on that flight are dead..

:)

triotec
05-06-2009, 08:51 PM
THIS IS THE THEORY THAT I WILL HAPPILY GO WITH...
In my Top 10 fav films of all time is Close Encounters and I LOVE alien abduction stuff...

So...there is no proof at this time that the passengers on that flight are dead..

:)

Thats right, and they never gonna find out what happened, aliens allways cover up their actions:)

coco
05-06-2009, 08:57 PM
It wasn't near the triangle was it? No.

http://i39.tinypic.com/synj9w.jpg


http://i41.tinypic.com/hstd29.png

triotec
05-06-2009, 10:07 PM
It wasn't near the triangle was it? No.

http://i39.tinypic.com/synj9w.jpg


http://i41.tinypic.com/hstd29.png

No, I did not say so

triotec
05-06-2009, 10:27 PM
Did AF 447 crash over the Bermuda Triangle?

Obviously, I think chattanova got it wrong where the bermuda triangle is:)

coco
05-06-2009, 10:31 PM
No finger pointing at all. :) Chatt's cool. There have been questions about the Bermuda triangle. I just wanted to help out with some photos.

rhydra
05-06-2009, 10:55 PM
Debris has been found on the water. If aliens abducted them they wouldn't have staged a crash, they would have abducted them and replaced them with exact copies.

triotec
05-06-2009, 10:57 PM
No finger pointing at all. :) Chatt's cool. There have been questions about the Bermuda triangle. I just wanted to help out with some photos.
Yes, Chatts cool, but this time , well?

coco
06-06-2009, 12:58 AM
Yes, Chatts cool, but this time , well?

This time we see that our friend and respected fellow forum member, Chattanova, is trying passionately to provide the best information he can and I have no doubt he will continue to research this. His quote seems to point to the possibility that others think the Bermuda Triangle is near the site of loss. It doesn't state that for a fact. I applaude Chattanova for helping dispell that possibility as the triangle isn't near the presumed loss site. He is helping us with this. Who knows? Maybe the plane was lost further north than previously assumed? Chattanova's quote states that as well.

I lived many years in Florida, and simply by being relatively near the triangle, am familiar with its location. That's all. No offense intended to Chattanova. Chatt, as well as the rest of us, is interested in seeking and revealing the truth. He's proved himself in this respect too many times to doubt his caliber.

The matter of this doomed flight and those lost are the interest of this thread. :)

micheal
06-06-2009, 01:10 AM
Debris has been found on the water. If aliens abducted them they wouldn't have staged a crash, they would have abducted them and replaced them with exact copies.

Someone was saying in work today that apparently the debris found was from a ship.. just some crates!!!

here's a link on the bbc (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8083474.stm)

chattanova
06-06-2009, 09:51 AM
oh..bummer

:o My mistake friends.

I should have done some better checking on this one, I tried to add an alternative theory.

ThX coco for clearing it up :)

triotec loves to nail me when I'm wrong, he's a college from my job :)

cheers folks

chattanova
06-06-2009, 10:17 AM
Debris has been found on the water. If aliens abducted them they wouldn't have staged a crash, they would have abducted them and replaced them with exact copies.

The debris showed out to not be from the plane afterall..

wakeuptime
06-06-2009, 11:48 AM
French tv has been pushing UFOs of late so it wouldn't surprise me if this is part of that alien invasion plan --- what is it called --- project bluebeam (?) where they terrify everyone with aliens and all the various prophets and gods return to earth via holograms.

coco
06-06-2009, 07:44 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090606/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/brazil_plane


RECIFE, Brazil Searchers found two bodies and a briefcase containing a ticket for Air France Flight 447 in the Atlantic Ocean close to where the jetliner is believed to have crashed, a Brazil military official said Saturday.

The French agency investigating the disaster, meanwhile, said the airspeed instruments on Flight 447 were not replaced as the maker recommended before the plane crashed in turbulent weather nearly a week ago.

The French accident investigation agency, BEA, found the doomed plane received inconsistent airspeed readings by different instruments as it struggled in a massive thunderstorm on its flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris with 228 people aboard.

Airbus had recommended to all its airline customers that they replace speed-measuring instruments known as Pitot tubes on the A330, the model used for Flight 447, said Paul-Louis Arslanian, the head of the agency.

"They hadn't yet been replaced" on the plane that crashed, said Alain Bouillard, head of the French investigation. Air France declined immediate comment.

Arslanian of the BEA cautioned that it is too early to draw conclusions about the role of Pitot tubes in the crash, saying that "it does not mean that without replacing the Pitots that the A330 was dangerous."

He told a news conference at the agency's headquarters, near Paris that the crash of Flight 447 also does not mean similar plane models are unsafe, adding that he told family members not to worry about flying.

Airbus had made the recommendation for "a number of reasons," he said.

The two male bodies were recovered Saturday morning about 70 kilometers (45 miles) south of where Air Flight 447 emitted its last signals roughly 400 miles (640 kilometers) northeast of the Fernando de Noronha islands off Brazil's northern coast.

Brazilian Air force spokesman Col. Jorge Amaral said an Air France ticket was found inside a leather briefcase.

"It was confirmed with Air France that the ticket number corresponds to a passenger on the flight," he said.

Brazilian authorities refused to comment on how the discovery of the bodies may affect the search for crucial black box flight recorders that could tell investigators why the jet crashed.

The investigation is increasingly focused on whether external instruments may have iced over, confusing speed sensors and leading computers to set the plane's speed too fast or slow a potentially deadly mistake in severe turbulence.

Pitot tubes, protruding from the wing or fuselage of a plane, feed airspeed sensors and are heated to prevent icing. A blocked or malfunctioning Pitot tube could cause an airspeed sensor to work incorrectly and cause the computer controlling the plane to accelerate or decelerate in a potentially dangerous fashion.

Air France has already replaced the Pitots on another Airbus model, the 320, after its pilots reported similar problems with the instrument, according to an Air France air safety report filed by pilots in January and obtained by The Associated Press.

The report followed an incident in which an Air France flight from Tokyo to Paris reported problems with its airspeed indicators similar to those believed to have been encountered by Flight 447. In that case, the Pitot tubes were found to have been blocked by ice.

"Following similar problems frequently encountered on the A320 fleet, preventative actions have already been decided and applied," the safety report says. The Pitots on all Air France's A320s were retrofitted with new Pitots "less susceptible to these weather conditions."

The same report says Air France decided to increase the inspection frequency for its A330 and A340 jets' Pitot tubes, but that it had been waiting for a recommendation from Airbus before installing new Pitots.

As they try to locate the wreckage, investigators are relying on 24 messages the plane sent automatically during the last minutes of the flight.

The signals show the plane's autopilot was not on, officials said, but it was not clear if the autopilot had been switched off by the pilots or had stopped working because it received conflicting airspeed readings.

The flight disappeared nearly four hours after takeoff, killing all on board. It was Air France's deadliest plane crash and the world's worst commercial air accident since 2001.

The head of France's weather forecasting agency, Alain Ratier, said weather conditions at the time of the flight were not exceptional for the time of the year and region, which is known for violent stormy weather.

On Thursday, European plane maker Airbus sent an advisory to all operators of the A330 reminding them of how to handle the plane in conditions similar to those experienced by Flight 447.

Peter Goelz, a former managing director of the National Transportation Safety Board, said that advisory and the Air France memo about replacing flight-speed instruments "certainly raises questions about whether the Pitot tubes, which are critical to the pilot's understanding of what's going on, were operating effectively."

Arslanian said it is vital to locate a small beacon called a "pinger" that should be attached to the cockpit voice and data recorders, now presumed to be deep in the Atlantic.

"We have no guarantee that the pinger is attached to the recorders," he said.

Holding up a pinger in the palm of his hand, he said: "This is what we are looking for in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean."

Currents could have scattered debris far along the ocean floor, he said.

President Barack Obama said at a news conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy Saturday that the United States had authorized all of the U.S. government's resources to help investigate the crash.

Arslanian said U.S. forces have lent the inquiry acoustic systems, which will be fitted to two naval vessels. That is in addition to France's Emeraude submarine and the high-tech equipment being send to the region by French marine research institute Ifremer.

France's submarine, to arrive next week, will try to detect signals from the black boxes, said military spokesman Christophe Prazuck.