Malaysian Boeing 777 RR twin turbine Malaysian Flight 370 ridiculous suggestions
By Brendon Tristal
March 16, 2014
As to the issue brought up regarding “Why should the pilots be able to shut off the transponder?” – Who is bringing this up? Obviously people who do not know much about aviation and radio and satellites and interference. Or in the case of a hijack by the pilots themselves, we are looking straight down the barrel of being passengers with no pilots. If we cannot trust our pilots, and we certainly cannot trust our computers – the entire point of redundancy is to allow the pilots to override the machines, not force the hackable computers that are basically open to the public for hacking and cracking onboard and even offboard, you are just begging to be a passenger with a pilot with no power over the airplane. Hacked system, pilots cannot fly such huge machines without power assist, and multiple events HAVE OFTEN BEEN THE DIRECT CAUSE OF CRASHES… A FAILURE OF THE COMPUTER SYSTEMS ONBOARD.
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