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On a stark Winter day before the fall of snow, JFK looks clean and ordered from our perspective above the earth and far above the chaos of the daily operations on the ground…The geometric patterns of the medians that divide taxiways and runways absorb the afternoon sun. In their glowing hues of burnt umber, they balance the reflective surfaces of terminals and jet aircraft. 

The Arrival (Intro)

They will say you don’t belong.
They will assume you don’t relate.
They will underline your wrongs.
They will expect you to be late.
You are special.
Your talent pours from your pores, your foot steps and directions that are both certainly correct and your absolutely unsure.
Those cold lonely dark hallways called “What If”. Yea those are around. But if you don’t back down you unlock that door to warm hearts and dope situations in a room full of us called “What Now”.
You wake up, you win.
You try, you win.
You fail, you still win.
Long as your alive, cause if you die what then?
They will tell you, you only live once and that’s true.
But if you live correct and inspire him, that’s two.
And she? That’s three
Four and more
Five, strive
Create your dream, that creates your team, that creates your steam.
Till your hot, you naw mean?
The arrival

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Flight 320: Part 1 ===> Black Noize talks Whitney Houston, being an artist, music and gives a small preview of Flight 320: The Mayvember EP!!!!!

Germanwings crash

Just yesterday I read an article in the latest issue of DER SPIEGEL(13/2015) about the almost crash of flight LH1829 (an Airbus 320)where the auto pilot send the plane into a nose dive and the two pilots could only get control of the aircraft by switching the power off. 

If the pilot, who had 15 years of experience hadn’t been that alert the plane would have definitely crashed.

The problem lay with the sensors outside the airplane that were partly frozen over thus giving the board computer wrong information.  The sensors are part of Airbus’ Fly-by-Wire system.

The article mentioned that if the sensors are faulty thousands of A320 Airbus’ most built and sold airplane would be at risk of similar disasters.

The Malaysian Air Asia flight that crashed in front of Indonesia’s coast was also a A320 and according to the radar the plane did strange flight maneuvers before crashing, probably because the auto pilot took over.

Several carriers have reported problems with the sensors  among them Virgin Airlines. 

After the crash of Air Asia QZ8501 Airbus send out a software update that was supposed to correct the faulty computer reaction.

However Airbus still hasn’t solved the trigger for the faulty computer reaction. A problem that lies with the sensors, each costing 15 000Euros.

Each A320 has 3 of them, to exchange all sensors on all A320s would cost hundreds of millions of Euro. 

A price Airbus apparently wasn’t/isn’t willing to pay.

If the faulty sensors and Airbus’ Fly-by-Wire-System is the fault of the crashes of both QZ8501 and today’s Germanwing’s  4U 9525 then Airbus is responsible for the death of 310 people. 

It also means that thousands of type A320 airplanes are from now on unusable until they get new sensors and programming. 

The cost of which will probably bankrupt Airbus.

Unexpected Arrival is so AMAZING !

I’m so proud of Diggy like OMG he is so talented ! I can see him going really far in the music industry. My favorite songs off the album are 4 Letter Word, Unforgivable Blackness, 88, and of course Do It Like You. 

Now that I think about it, I LOVE EVERY song on the album.

Unexpected Arrival is just so … nidsjvikjujlq. 

Flight 320 <3

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Me in the studio having fun…..andddddddd ANOTHER preview from Flight 320: The Mayvember EP!!!!

Murderous Intention

Murderous Intention

Tragedy struck upon the alps

when Andreas Lubitz hatched the plan

to down the plane of German Wings

with murderous intention.

The why and reason is not known

he took one hundred fifty souls

he dashed their lives upon the rocks

with murderous intention.

His fiendish act so ill conceived

cannot be understood

except to say was carried out

with murderous intention.

The German Wings that carried them

oblivious to his design

to take them on their final flight

with murderous intention.

Unable to perceive the deed

the coward somehow did succeed

he took the hopes and dreams of these

with murderous intention.

The peaceful wintry alps of France

their final destination

their futures gone within eight minutes

with murderous intention.

For all that earned their angel wings

we bid you rest – eternal peace

yours futures taken much too soon

with murderous intention.


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Flight 4U9525

I mourn for the victims, I can’t imagine the fear they must have felt in their last moments.
I mourn for the crew, who must have been so helpless when they finally realised, they couldn’t rescue their own lives and the lives of 144 other people.
And my thoughts are with the friends and families who lost everything within moments, who looked foreward to finally take their loved ones in their arms again, and now will probably never be able to do that again. I can’t imagine the pain you are feeling.
150 is not just a number. Every single person on this plane was special and important. Every single person is a huge loss. 150 is not just a number, it’s the terrible amount of lives which found an awfull ending way too soon.
I mourn for every person in this plane. Every single one is a loss for the whole Human race.
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10. Hard Landing Short of Runway Slices Off Passenger Jet’s Nose Cone, Landing Gear and an Engine; 25 Hospitalized - http://www.theblaze.com

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HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) — An Air Canada plane made a hard landing short of the runway at the Halifax airport during a snowstorm, crashing into a bank of antennas and shearing off its main landing gear, nose cone, and an engine as it skidded on its belly, officials said. The airline said Sunday that 25 people were taken to hospitals for observation and treatment of minor injuries.

Sunday, March 29, 2015 photo provided by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada shows a Air Canada Airbus A-320 at Halifax International Airport after an “abrupt” landing. The Airbus 320 skidded off the runway at the Halifax airport in bad weather. (AP Photo/The Transportation Safety Board of Canada)

The airline said Flight AC624, an Airbus 320 that left Toronto late Saturday, had 133 passengers and five crew members. Air Canada said the aircraft landed in stormy conditions at 12:43 a.m. Sunday.

“They touched down 1,100 feet short of the runway so I’d say they’re pretty lucky,” Mike Cunningham, a regional manager for Canada’s Transport Safety Board, told a news conference.

Cunningham said the plane hit an antenna array, shearing the main landing gear off before sliding on its belly onto the runway for another 1,100 feet before coming to a stop. Cunningham said there was significant damage to the plane and could not rule out weather as a factor. He also said he believes a power line was severed, which led to a loss of power at the airport.

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Air Canada Chief Operating Officer Klaus Goersch said 25 people were taken to local hospitals and all but one of them were released.

“All of us at Air Canada are greatly relieved that there have been no critical injuries as a result of this incident,” Goersch said.

The Transportation Safety Board provided pictures that showed significant damage to the plane with the nose torn off and an engine crumpled under a damaged wing.

“This was not a hard landing. This was an actual crash,” said Mike Magnus, a 60-year-old businessman who was sitting in the first row. “It was the closest I’ve ever came to death. There is no doubt in my mind. Obviously that’s some political maneuvering.”

Magnus added that the snow covering the runway likely extinguished any sparks that might have caused the plane to catch fire.

Power went off at the airport. Nova Scotia Power later tweeted that power had been restored. Cpl. Greg Church of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said a power line south of the runway was damaged. Halifax Stanfield International Airport spokesman Peter Spurway credited the crew and passengers for evacuating the plane within a minute.

“We just kicked the doors out and jumped onto the wing and then ran because we just wanted to get away from the airplane in case of explosions or anything,” said Dominic Stettler, a father of three.

“We just kicked the doors out and jumped onto the wing and then ran … “

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Some passengers complained they were left standing on the tarmac, some in their stocking feet, for up to 50 minutes as they were lashed by wind-whipped snow before buses arrived.

“People were just happy to be alive but after a while it got tiresome having to wait outside in the freezing cold. I only had a golf shirt on,” Magnus said.

Spurway said the airport is reviewing its response.

The Halifax region was under a snowfall warning, with an Environment Canada alert saying, “Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.” Goersch, Air Canada’s chief operating officer, said the weather was appropriate for landing.

“It was safe to fly in this weather. The aircraft did circle for a period of time but when the approach was initiated, the weather was at the approach limits,” Goersch told a news conference. “The weather was appropriate for landing.”

Randy Hall and his wife Lianne Clark were on their way home from a Mexican vacation when he said he believes the jet hit a power line before it landed hard on the runway. There were sparks but no fire, he said.

Passengers Randy Hall, left, and Lianne Clark, from Mount Uniacke, Canada stand waiting at an airport hotel after Air Canada flight 624 left the runway on landing at Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Sunday, March. 29, 2015. (Image source: AP/The Canadian Press, Andrew Vaughan)

“We were just coming in to land and there was a big flash,” said Hall. “The plane came down, bang! It jumped up in the air again.”

The aircraft skidded for a long time before coming to a stop, said Hall, who is retired. “We were sliding along on our belly. … I was looking out and I saw the landing gear go and I saw an engine go.”

Flight tracking site Flightradar24 listed several cancelled flights at the airport Sunday morning.

Associated Press reporter Rob Gillies in Toronto contributed to this story.

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Air Canada plane skids off runway after abrupt landing in bad weather

Transportation officials said 23 people were hospitalised with minor injuries but 18 were released by Sunday morning

An Air Canada plane made an “abrupt” landing and skidded off the runway at the Halifax airport in bad weather, and officials said Sunday 23 people were taken to a hospital for observation and treatment of minor injuries.

The airline said Flight AC624, an Airbus 320 that left Toronto late Saturday, had 133 passengers and five crew members.

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Daniel Ruth Show: March 28, 2015

Daniel Ruth Show: March 28, 2015

Missed part of the show? Here’s a recap of the program on March 28, 2015.

On today’s show we talked about the co-pilot who intentionally crashed the Germanwings Airbus 320 Flight 9525. We also discussed Ted Cruz announcing his 2016 presidency campaign and gun control laws. Plus your calls and much more.

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