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    How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    How jet stowaways cansurvive cold, lack of oxygen
    By JUSTIN PRITCHARD 4/21/2014
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Despite the subzero temperatures and lack of oxygen,people can survive even a long journey in the wheel well of a jetliner. Thelatest example is a teenager who, according to authorities, stowed away on a 51/2-hour flight from San Jose, Calif., to Hawaii. While the number of knownstowaway attempts is few, people have survived with surprising frequency.
    http://news.yahoo.com/jet-stowaways-survive-cold-lack-oxygen-202510259.html


    Did you notice something unusual of the topic of this news? The topic should be "A teenager survived in stowaway in a flight from San Jose to Hawaii". Do you know why they had this news?

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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    Well yea, except this story is about more than one. Appearnelty this aint the first time.
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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    Quote Originally Posted by katsung47 View Post
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    Did you notice something unusual of the topic of this news? The topic should be "A teenager survived in stowaway in a flight from San Jose to Hawaii". Do you know why they had this news?
    Uh, no. There was a recent case which this article specifically mentions and then talks about similar cases in the past. What's the issue?
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    This kid wasn't a brain surgeon let alone a geographer. He was trying to get to Somalia. Lucky kid. He almost won a Darwin.

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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    I don't really understand the OP's question, but that boy is lucky to be alive. I heard the temperatures can drop as low as -80 degrees F. That is effing COLD!

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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    This news was created to respond my article.

    825. How did they kill the crew and passengers (4/3/2014)

    The media is busy to spread disinformation from the “strategy office” to confuse people that public neglected one key information from original news. MH 370 was climbing to 45,000 feet when it turned sharply to the west. The auto pilot system took over the control of the plane and open the passage of internal cabin to the outside air space. The low temperature and low air pressure as well as low oxygen at that altitude disabled all people(include pilots) inside the plane in seconds, then killed them all.


    Radar Suggests Jet Shifted Path More Than Once
    By MICHAEL FORSYTHE and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDTMARCH 14, 2014

    Radar signals recorded by the Malaysian military appeared to show that the missing airliner climbed to 45,000 feet, above the approved altitude limit for a Boeing 777-200, soon after it disappeared from civilian radar and turned sharply to the west, according to a preliminary assessment by a person familiar with the data.

    The radar track, which the Malaysian government has not released but says it has provided to the United States and China, showed that the plane then descended unevenly to 23,000 feet, below normal cruising levels, as it approached the densely populated island of Penang.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/15/wo...adar.html?_r=0
    This information revealed the killing of the crew and passengers started as soon as the plane was hijacked to a new track. The hijacker was the pre-set auto pilot system. Then it descended to below normal cruising level. At that time nobody was alive inside the plane and the only mission for the ghost plane was to elude the detection of ground radar as possible as it could and flied as far away as it could to make the search a difficult one. The following chart explained the odd track of MH 370.



    decompression

    Altitude - Moderate Activity - Sitting Quietly

    25 000 feet - 2 minutes - 3 minutes

    28 000 feet - 1 minute - 1.5 minutes

    30 000 feet - 45 seconds - 1.25 minutes

    35 000 feet - 30 seconds - 45 seconds

    40 000 feet - 18 seconds - 30 seconds

    45,000 feet - ?? seconds - ?? seconds

    Time of useful consciousness at 40,000 feet in a depressurized airplane. : MH370

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    Re: How jet stowaways can survive cold, lack of oxygen

    Seek professional help.
    He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear
    Quote Originally Posted by Lutherf View Post
    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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