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Elon need to develop automatic missles target recognition

edited January 11 in General
Can’t believe Iran Tor-M1 shot down a commercial flight lifting off from a normal flight taking slowly speed and altitude up to 8,000ft. As if American retaliation would arrive this way on a radar... if it was from a human mistake, it’s probably the dumbest human to have ever set foot on this planet. If it was a planned retaliation, it is the most coward retaliation that could have ever been done.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeremybogaisky/2020/01/09/how-iranian-air-defense-forces-could-have-mistaken-a-737-for-a-military-threat/#524ec31622e3

RIP to all the passengers and our prayers go to all the families of the passengers including the 76 Canadians and 5 Quebekers.

Terrible thing which is a war, dictatorship and innocent victims.

Elon and his team of engineers has to develop deep learning autopilot Full Self shooting missles targeting only enemy spacecrafts to prevent this from occurring again.

Comments

  • edited January 11
    It wasn't a mistake.

    It was NOT Iran.
  • edited November -1
    @Badger. I hope you are not a conspiracy theorist. Who was it???. The Clintons with funds from George Soros???
  • edited January 11
    Another Illuminati who has better intelligence than governments
  • edited January 11
    Maxxer

    I'm not convinced it was a missile yet. If it was though instead of blaming the person that launched the missile take a minute and put yourself in their shoes. They just launched an attack and are expecting retaliation with incoming fire likely directed at their location as missile sites and radar systems are normally the first targets hit. They are expecting an attack and see an aircraft on radar. What do you expect to happen.

    My question is what pilot thinks it is a good idea to fly a commercial jet just after a missile attack was launched? What passenger gets on that flight? I am assuming they knew about the attack it could be they didn't.

    War doesn't determine who is right it determines who is left.
  • edited November -1
    @kaffine

    Read the article

    He had 1min31 seconds to decide between a retaliation middle or a commercial flight.
    The direction was coming the other way around
    It was following an airport route

    Decision, if taken at all, was pure incompetence.
  • edited January 11
    I have to admit it was shot down.

    Still doesn't answer the question of why was a commercial flight operating there at that time.

    IFF while on commercial airlines does not identify the aircraft as friend, the only way to identify it as a friend is if it has the encrypted secret key for the day. This is something commercial aircraft don't have only military aircraft. The encrypted IFF can be spoofed so it can't be trusted in war.

    I will say that Boeing is relieved it wasn't their fault. Boeing didn't have a good year last year between the Max and the AF tanker issues.
  • edited November -1
    I say it was Hillary. Lock her up.
  • edited January 11
    You’re right, he admitted on Twitter
    https://mobile.twitter.com/HassanRouhani/status/1215856039997984768?s=20

    I thought Iran would deny like Russia and USA did for decades
  • edited January 11
    « BadgerErickson | January 10, 2020
    It wasn't a mistake.

    It was NOT Iran. »

    Thank you for showing how you don’t understand anything in life, starting with pedestrian safety from car designs to a nation admitting they accidentally shot their own civilians. Your credibility on theses forums is below zero.
  • edited January 11
    Oh my, do you feel better now? The Afghan War Reports; 19 years of documented lies about murder, for oil and plain malice. Malice much like yours; a hatred for people you have never met. Your seething malice is a cancer which belongs ONLY to YOU, you cannot give it away in a Forum such as this or any other.

    Keep it, it is YOUR malicious anger and cancer to die with. Have a great day!



    "Thank you for showing how you don’t understand anything in life, starting with pedestrian safety from car designs to a nation admitting they accidentally shot their own civilians. Your credibility on theses forums is below zero."
  • edited November -1
    @Badger. So who shot the plane down then??
  • edited November -1
    Badger you’re the most useless human being ever created.
    And this is facts, not personal opinion.

    The planet doesn’t need people like you. We are lucky there are not many like you
  • edited January 11
    @ Tesla-David. Yes, they did. It's called the fog of war. Unfortunately that is not the only fog afflicting our so called commander in chief. He's both foggy and froggy 24/7.
  • edited January 11
    Iran is full of individuals who do not think about the consequences of their actions until very long after the dust has settled. Its in their DNA.
  • edited January 11
    In this situation I believe it was an honest mistake. Although a devastating mistake. This was a planned response that I believe was politically necessary and indeed restrained. If one of our leaders was assassinated illegally we would likely have reacted more vigorously. But they also needed to be aware of a further US response to their attack. So they were likely very anxious and shot first asking questions lately. Iran may be an evil empire. But they are not stupid. In fact I would suggest they are far smarter than our dear leader. They would not be stupid enough to take down a Ukrainian airliner with Iranian as well as other nationalities on board
  • edited November -1
    I’m surprised they admitted it.
    Too many proofs to hide?
    International inspectors arriving?
    They don’t really give a damn about public opinion.

    But, contrasting to other nations who never admitted for decades, it is surprising they have admitted after tweeting it was a mechanical problem, then deleting their tweet, then denying, then admitting within 48hours.

    A bit surprising.

    At least the families will know the truth and the grieving will be « easier ». Even if it’s terrible.
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