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Comparing Loss of Radio Contact Hackers Flight MH370 and Flight QZ8501

January 2, 2015
Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Hacker's Block Radar Signals on Flights MH370 and QZ8501 Java Sea

Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Hacker’s Block Radar Signals on Flights MH370 and QZ8501 Java Sea

Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Hacker’s Block Radar Signals on Flights MH370 and QZ8501 Java Sea

3°22 14.9 S 109°41 28.0 E   Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Trajectory Radio Signals Lost Hackers Flight MH370 QZ8501

3°22 14.9 S 109°41 28.0 E Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Trajectory Radio Signals Lost Hackers Flight MH370 QZ8501

3°22 14.9 S 109°41 28.0 E Google Maps -3.3708,109.6911 Trajectory Radio Signals Lost Hackers Flight MH370 QZ8501

Missing-AirAsia-flight QZ8501 Lighting Path Airbus 320-200 Jakarta air traffic control 11 17 pm GMT Sat Dec 27 2014 Surabaya Singapore Indonesia

Missing-AirAsia-flight QZ8501 Lighting Path Airbus 320-200 Jakarta air traffic control 11 17 pm GMT Sat Dec 27 2014 Surabaya Singapore Indonesia

Missing-AirAsia-flight QZ8501 Lighting Path Airbus 320-200 Jakarta air traffic control 11 17 pm GMT Sat Dec 27 2014 Surabaya Singapore Indonesia

the idea girl says

getting the satellite coordinates from WIKI for the two planes, see how the radio signals are lost within the same signal areas if you draw and connect them with a diagonal line.  the islands in between the TWO

SolarHam.com   Ham  Amateur  Radio  Signals OC-075 Indonesia RIAU ISLANDS for hackers flights MH370 Flight QZ8501

SolarHam.com Ham Amateur Radio Signals OC-075 Indonesia RIAU ISLANDS for hackers flights MH370 Flight QZ8501

SolarHam.com Ham Amateur Radio Signals OC-075 Indonesia RIAU ISLANDS for hackers flights MH370 Flight QZ8501

the idea girl says

need to compare ham radio signals for the two airplanes at the TIME of loss for the RADIO signals to see if any transmission could come from the RIAU Islands to block them, they would have to have a tracing device in the airplane, where the computer script receives the transmission and takes over auto pilot or driving devices and controls of the flights MH370 and QZ8501.

quotes from WIKI

flight 370

00:40 01:21 17:21 Last secondary radar (transponder) contact at 6°55′15″N 103°34′43″E

flight QZ8501

00:42 23:17 06:17 07:17 Radar contact was lost, according to AirNav Indonesia. AirAsia initially reported that contact was lost at 06:24
00:43 23:18 06:18 07:18 ADS-B transponder signal was lost, with last position reported as 3.3708°S 109.6911°E, according to Indonesia’s Ministry of Transport

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