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Archive | July 17, 2014

Malaysian Air MH17 Is The Second Passenger Aircraft Shot Down Over Ukraine! The Other Was Siberia Air 1812 In 2001.

sr1812map90Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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by Anura Guruge


Some Related Posts:
>> MH17 transponders — July 17, 2014.
>> MH370 Russia & Ukraine — July 17, 2014.
>> MH17 & MH370 — July 17, 2014.

** MH370 3 month anniversary post **
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 MH370 3 month anniversary post ÷÷

++++ Search ‘MH370‘ for many, many other posts >>>>


Click to access Wikipedia entry.

Click to access Wikipedia entry.



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Click to access ABC News coverage from 2001.


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Malaysian Airlines MH17, Over Ukraine: Did It Also Have Its Transponder Turned Off Like MH370?

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.


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Just SOME of the Related post:
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka
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 Mar. 15, 2014.

>> 4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell
>> phones
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Mar. 13, 2014.
>> Malaysia flight 370: My
>> Thoughts
 — Mar. 10, 2014.
>> Could have landed …
>>Mar. 11, 2014
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>> 3 month anniversary post <<
>> 4 month anniversary post <<

++++ Search on ‘MH370‘ for other related posts >>>>


transponderradarjlu19Given the region that we are dealing with it might be difficult to get a proper reading IF MH17’s transponder was on or off. Of course it should have been ON. If it was ON, then it would be self-identifying on radar as a civilian aircraft.

But, IF the transponder was OFF ….

That would be telling.

I would, if I was part of this investigation, be checking the Transponder status ahead of anything else. IF it was off then the connection with MH 370 grows stronger. Bad enough that they were both Boeing 777s. What are the odds? Same airline, same type of plane — 4.5 months apart. Coincidence?


The Apple – IBM App Development Deal — In Perspective.

Click to access “PC World” article.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.
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Related Posts:
++++ Search on ‘IBM’ & ‘mainframes’ for MANY other Wolfeboro related posts >>>>


As an Apple (AAPL) stock holder once again, and one who has held AAPL for years, I am, of course, happy that Apple and IBM are working together. Maybe not exactly a marriage made in heaven but it is close. Why they haven’t collaborated more in the past, when they both had a mutual common enemy, i.e., Microsoft, is one of the many mysteries that surround both of these ‘only if they had done this’ companies.

I, given that I truly have a vested interest, want to make sure that people understand that this, despite all the hype, is not any major breakthrough in technology. It is just leveraging Web-to-IBM, or Web-to-mainframe, technology that we put in place, with aplomb, in the mid- to late-1990s. The Apple ‘iApps’ are but, to use the correct terminology, the latest GUI front end to by now tried-and-tested Web-to-IBM technology. ‘Web-to-host’ was my forte during the halcyon days ‘dot.com’. To say I had a ball would be an understatement. Yes, I wrote the book, the first book, maybe the only, that has ‘i’ and IBM in the title. The legendary, Don Listwin, Cisco’s swashbuckling EVP of the day, wrote the Foreword. Though Don and I were friends, other folks in the industry just would not believe that THE ‘Don Listwin’ will bother to write a Foreword to my book. He did. He wanted to. I had good friends at Cisco and IBM. [OK. Stop smiling, let alone laughing].

I went and dug up these two diagrams from a White Paper I had written in March 2010. Look at the pictures. So basically what this Apple – IBM deal does is provide APPs that will provide this same type of data, from any IBM ‘host’, on a mobile device. Today you can do that using any Browser. But, it is OK to do it via an APP — but IBM should not ignore the Android platform.

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If you really want to check out the White Paper you can get it from here.
Scroll down until you see the ‘picture’ and the word ‘White Paper’.
Actually you can find quite a few of my White Papers on that site.


So it is all good. Just wanted to put the technology in its right place.

AAPL reports on July 22, 2014. 


Granite State Whale Watch in Rye, N.H. — At Least 20 Whales On June 29, 2014 Trip.

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Guest post by
Lily Yari
Assistant at Alton’s Gilman Library

& Student at Granite State College, N.H.


Related Posts:
1/ NE Aquarium Whale Watch
>>— Sep. 4, 2012.
2/
Acadia Nature Cruise — July 5, 2014.

++++ Search on ‘whale‘ for some other whale related posts >>>>


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Two fins whales right by the side of the boat.

That was a humpback whale.


I recently got the chance to go on the Granite State Whale Watch in Rye, N.H.  I had been a few times before and it never ceases to amaze me. My boyfriend and I had made the unfortunate mistake of planning to go the weekend before the 4th of July. As you can imagine, there was a good amount of traffic.

After we did finally got there, five minutes before launch (I kid you not), it was pretty packed. Thankfully, we were able to get a seat. The boat was just the perfect size, not too big, not too small- it even had refreshments if you wanted them.  As we started to get further out into the ocean, one of the naturalists on the boat informed us about all the different whales we might see, as well as some factual information about whale watching. She provided a great deal of information and seemed to love what she did.

Generally, it takes about an hour to really get out into the ocean, but as 1 hour turned into 2 and 2 into 3, we were all starting to get a little discouraged about seeing any whales. Our luck turned when we stumbled upon several humpback whales in one of their favorite feeding ground. There were a few other boats around, but we had no problem seeing the whales. Everywhere you looked; left, right, back, or front, you could see them. The naturalist said there were at least 20 whales in the area.

You could see the fish swimming away from the whales under the boat and pretty soon there was a whale right below the boat!

It was probably the best experience we could have had on a whale watch and I recommend it to anyone who is looking to have a great time!


Today’s Malaysian Airlines MH17 Crash, Ukraine-Russian Border Probably Has A MH370 Connection — Another Test Run That Went WRONG?

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.


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by Anura Guruge


Just SOME of the Related post:
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka
>>
 Mar. 15, 2014.

>> 4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell
>> phones
 …
Mar. 13, 2014.
>> Malaysia flight 370: My
>> Thoughts
 — Mar. 10, 2014.
>> Could have landed …
>>Mar. 11, 2014
.

>> 3 month anniversary post <<
>> 4 month anniversary post <<

++++ Search on ‘MH370‘ for other related posts >>>>


Click to access, as ever superlative, the U.K. 'The Telegraph' coverage. Google for more.

Click to access, as ever superlative, the U.K. ‘The Telegraph’ coverage. Google for more.


Even IF it was shot down, which is possible,
there could be a Malaysian Air MH370 connection.

Many of us always suspected that MH370 was a Test Run
for something ‘BIG’ that went wrong.

This could have been that — BUT this too might have gone wrong.

Lets face it, we are dealing with the ‘coolies‘ from Malaysia.

Remember the clowns?

Scary.

Remember? Go check.
I told YOU to stay away from Asian carriers
unless, of course, you want your family to
get the insurance and compensation.

All Western countries should PULL the flight operations
license for Malaysian Air till they get their act together.


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