Canadian airlines try to reassure flyers after Ethiopian plane crash

March 11, 2019
300px-Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes are parked near Boeing Co.'s 737 assembly facility in Renton, Wash. on Nov. 14, 2018. Ted S. Warren / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Professor Curtis Bennett's Comment

March 11, 2019, 1:20 pm Eastern Time
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Curtis Bennett:
'Have any parts, instrumentation or otherwise used on airplanes been manufactured in China or elsewhere to save money and capitalize on the labor? We are getting what we paid for with vaping pipes, cell phones and other equipment exploding or catching fire? That is going to happen in cargo holds as well. Loose, corroded and junk equipment fail and cause explosions or fires. It isn't a debate.

WiFi on airplanes are putting the plane, pilots, passengers, babies, pregnant moms, pacemakers in a man made flying microwave oven. The interaction of the EMFs with anything absorbent will induce electrical current, create an electrical discharge and vibrate what the EMFs interact with 4.8 billion times per second if the wi-fi is 2.4 GHz. Vibrations 4.8 billion times per second, 3600 times per hour.

Can highly penetrating EMFs interfere with communications? Yes.

Boeing engineers did tests for the safety of Wi-Fi on airplanes, here is an article out of the UK.

This was passed on to our MP Ron Cannan, PM Stephan Harper and I provided expert witness for Canadian Parliaments Standing Committee on Health at their request. The NDP Supplementary Report told Health Canada to investigate specific to my credentials. Harper will have to account for doing nothing while radiating children in preschools in Ontario. Health Canada revised the exposure code except they allowed more 24/7 electromagnetic radiation. Revising exposure code Safety Code 6 using the Royal Society of Canada while more frequency ranges were being sold, smart meters mass installed created a technical mess. I was asked to do a submission for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission about Darlington Nuclear Power Plant. Here is my submission with reference number. It was ignored, dismissed without qualifying despite my recognized government credentials as their expert. Harper's administration did that. That means nuclear failure within borders and engineers can not dismiss this or my qualifications.

Robert F Kennedy Jr's work produced an article on the sudden deaths of young people. They didn't have heart attacks, the nerves short circuited killing them dead. That can apply to adults as well as elderly or a baby in the womb. Our team electrically qualified the short circuit and my electrical credential as the government's expert is recognized across Canada. This isn't a debate.

West Jet is a great airline, now they all have liability they shouldn't have. Microwaving the planet from space for ease of communications has consequences, everything above has to be considered by qualified professionals, not a political interpretation for an agenda.'

Canadian Press | Published: March 11, 2019 | Updated: March 11, 2019 2:17 PM EDT

 Canadian airlines try to reassure flyers after Ethiopian plane crash
Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes are parked near Boeing Co.'s 737 assembly facility in Renton, Wash. on Nov. 14, 2018. Ted S. Warren / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
MONTREAL — Canada’s two largest airlines say they are confident in the safety of the Boeing 737 aircraft after a fatal crash on Sunday involving an Ethiopian Airlines flight.

The accident, which killed all 157 aboard the Boeing 737 Max 8, raised concerns over parallels to the crash of a Lion Air jet that plunged into the Java Sea last October, killing 189 people.
Air Canada says in an email its 24 Max 8 aircraft have performed “excellently” and met safety and reliability standards.

In response to concerns raised by social media users, WestJet Airlines Ltd. tweeted Monday that it is not grounding any of its 13 Max 8s, and is “working with Boeing to ensure the continued safe operation of our Max fleet.”
The Boeing jetliner is relatively new, entering into service at both airlines in 2017 and flying routes for Air Canada that include Vancouver to Montreal and Calgary to Vancouver.

Ethiopian Airlines as well as all Chinese airlines have grounded their Boeing 737 Max 8 planes indefinitely in the wake of the crash, which occurred after takeoff from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.

Adjunct Professor Curtis Bennett

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