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FAA and Base 16 HEX aviation insurance

Permalink 11/22/13 20:58, by HerbZinser, Categories: Announcements

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The Clifford Lane airplane crash event at the West Road, Watertown, Wisconsin on Sunday, February 5,2006 is an example of a new type of accident. It is important for insurance companies to understand new accident formats for their actuarial data bases.

The Base 16 Hexadecimal structure of space/time COMPUTER EARTH helps explain fundamental/ underlying pieces of local events, errors, accidents.

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It is very important for the aviation insurance industry to consult with PROJECT PLAN Z analyst to review accident loss claims for the indirect, hidden, subtle factors involved in a casualty event. This would enable the world-wide insurance industry to properly price HEX risk of Base 16 Hex'FAA' accident events.

The BLOG titled " Galileo the DEFENDER of Planet Earth" describes the background situation. Given the Base 16 structure of space/ time on EARTH; we have the base 16 Hex organization known as the Federal Aviation Administration.
Thus in math exponent terms

Hex'FAA' = F*16 exp 2 + A*16 exp 1 + A*16 exp 0



Features of the airplane -> plane geometry accident:

-->The HEX'FAA' accident at Watertown, Wisconsin near Hexadecimal HIGHWAY 16, Highway 19, and Highway 26 (link RUNWAY 26 --> Run-away TASK ABEND Computer Earth computer address Lexington, Kentucky).

 

3 are killed in midair collision - Watertown Daily Times Online : Local ...

 
Feb 6, 2006 - The three people presumed dead were aboard a plane that crashed in a cornfield near the corner of West Road and Clifford Lane Sunday just ...

Three people were killed when two Shorts Brothers SD-360-300 airplanes collided at about 2,500 feet above sea level in the town of Watertown at 4:53 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006. Both aircraft were operated by Air Cargo Carriers Inc., based out of Milwaukee. One of the planes was destroyed during impact with the ground and subsequent ground fire. The second plane made an emergency landing at the Dodge County Airport in Juneau.

 

 

--> CLI Basic Assembler Language SYSTEM 370 instruction at COMPUTER EARTH system 370 geography computer address instruction location (Cli-->Clifford Lane) ....... CLI = Compare Logical Immediate



--> Hex'FF' = 255 = High Values. This is a test of oxygen atomic Base 16 of FAA computer programmer LUNG/brain awareness levels of COMPUTER EARTH and their own cortex computer existence. Test at CLI HEX'FF' --> CLI FF ord (CLIFFORD LANE).

 

--> thus we have a failure to comply with the astronomy/astrophysics intellectual instructions.

 

--> the cargo plane crashed in a farm field; an application of EINSTEIN's data processing DATA FIELD Theory ..... the FA.RM field is a Base 16 HEX'FA' = 250 data farm field of COMPUTER EARTH.

 

Wreckage burns as crews make their way to crash site



The entire aviation industry ought work with Project Plan Z; the authorized agent in such esoteric practical matters.

 

 

Wreckage of  the plane geometry BASE 16 hex battlefield  EVENT at end of debris  data field.

 

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