MH370 MALAYSIAN FLIGHT:  The Plot Thickens.
by ​Rafael Zambrana                        April 4, 2014
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Courtesy of the Venus Project
There starts to be a disconnect between those like me who have come to the conclusion most of the "official life narrative" we've been given since childhood is mostly a lie, with those who still believe that narrative to be real.

The more we discover the facts of the actual world we live in, the more distant and conflicted the "official narrative" and the new discoveries become.   Take for instance this issue on the MH370 Malaysian flight which has most in the world baffled at how NSA can have information on everyone in the planet, but an airplane can just disappear into thin air like this.    It can't.   And yet we're bombarded by so many "prestigious" news outlets of the MSM, plus governments and agencies all singing the same tune, the question arises, how can they all be coordinating their lies?

To understand this process we have to come to terms with the fact humans are by nature theories-making-machines.   Our sense of personal psychological security demands we produce a narrative of what is happening in our life, however implausible it may be.  Events "have to make sense".  God is the favorite answer to most people, attaching him the ability to be the creator of all actions humans can't understand otherwise, but Governments are a close second, especially if many do it in coordination.   Governments are an authority we have accepted as the ticket to live in a modern society coordinating the huge array of socio-economic activities, and this carries a big weight in affecting our belief systems.   The more a lie is repeated and stated by more people in authority, the more "true" it becomes.

Neurologist David Eagleman has come to describe the fenomenom of holding more than one "official narrative" about life or any issue as Possibilism, where several competing possibilities (theories) are held in owns mind as to the true nature of a given subject or life as a whole.   But not anyone has the strength of character to be able to go beyond the One-Only official narrative because to be a Possibilist demands to accept uncertainty as a way of life, and this is very disconcerting and to some abysmal experience.
The term "thinking outside the box" means thinking outside the "official narrative" beyond tradition, beyond the majorities, populous accepted theory.

So the "official narrative" dished out by the Main Stream Media is not offering answers and demands you "think outside the box" and venture on the realm of possibilism in order to "make sense" in a world of uncertainty.

The Boeing patents since 2006 (below) show their aircraft can be manipulated against the pilots on board wishes.   Is this how they were highjacked?

David Eagleman on Possibilianism
Phillip Wood who was abducted with the MH370 airplane and sent the photo with information as to his whereabouts in US Military base in Diego Garcia island, is a real person.  
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Emergency landing round-up
Boeing wins patent on uninterruptible autopilot system
Published 4 December 2006

New technology can be activated by the pilots, government agencies, even on-board sensors; not even a tortured pilot can give up control; dedicated electrical circuits ensure the system’s total independence.

Although airplane cockpit door locks are now standard, worries remain about terrorists taking control of a plane a la 9/11, perhaps by extorting the pilots into opening the door against their better judgement. Elsewhere in today’s issue we report on a new Raytheon contract to develop software that uses type of craft, location, and fuel capacity to determine the safest route for a hijacked or otherwise compromised aircraft. This is a great idea, one that must have Chicago, Illinois-based Boeing excited — not out of envy but because it improves the value of its recently awarded patent for a system that, once activated, takes control of the airplane away from the pilots and flies it to a predtermined landing position. Put the Raytheon and the Boeing systems together — now that’s a good idea.

Boeing’s is, of course, not the first autopilot technology in existence, but this one has been designed with counterterrorism first and foremost in mind. Not only is it “uninterruptible” — so that even a tortured pilot cannot turn it off — but it can be activated remotely via radio or satellite by government agencies. The system might even include senors on the cockpit door that activate the autopilot of a certain amount of force is used against it. “There is a need for a technique that ensures the continuation of the desired path of travel of a vehicle by removing any type of human decision process that may be influenced by the circumstances of the situation, including threats or further violence onboard the vehicle,” the patent application explains. To make it fully independent, the system also has its own power supply, independent of the aircraft’s circuit breakers.

FEDERAL REGISTER   Daily Journal US Government

Special Conditions: Boeing Model 777-200, -300, and -300ER Series Airplanes; Aircraft Electronic System Security Protection From Unauthorized Internal Access.

A Rule by the Federal Aviation Administration on 11/18/2013

These special conditions are issued for the Boeing Model 777-200, -300, and -300ER series airplanes. These airplanes, as modified by the Boeing Company, will have novel or unusual design features associated with the architecture and connectivity of the passenger service computer network systems to the airplane critical systems and data networks. This onboard network system will be composed of a network file server, a network extension device, and additional interfaces configured by customer option. The applicable airworthiness regulations do not contain adequate or appropriate safety standards for this design feature. These special conditions contain the additional safety standards that the Administrator considers necessary to establish a level of safety equivalent to that established by the existing airworthiness standards.