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Couple more recent movie reviews:
Miele, Dom Hemingway, The Railway Man, Transcendence, Under the Skin, Rob the Mob, Draft Day, Araf, ...

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Any plans to use klee or similar symbolic annotation tools and solvers?
This would reduce the needed fuzzing work dramatically and simplify the extraction of test cases.
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New ping data analysis. PS: Malaysian military radar did never confirm the western route, it probably was just flight SIA68.
Heading: 190 degrees

This is more data that shows that MH370 simply missed an approach to the nearest 11,000 foot runway: WMKN.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sultan_Mahmud_Airport

#MH370 missed approach to WMKN airport via fix TGGX1, this left it on autopilot HDG of 190, with a possible missed approach program to return to a higher FL.  Malaysian radar has to be fiction.  The suicide/hijacking theories are probably equally fictional.

The easiest explanation is to ignore the Malaysian radar that came far too late, and assume that the lack of communications was the crew not being conscious or alive. 

It could have easily been decompression, which would explain the mumbling heard by the Japan flight. There are also indications that MH370 wanted a higher flight level than FL35 for fuel consumption reasons, they only went to FL45 after they left Malaysian ATC.  This higher altitude would have put the plane at higher risk of decompression due to pressure difference inside and outside the plane.

The only question then is about the turning off of the transponder and ACARS, which I guess would have to be freak damage due to decompression or fire, yet still left the plan able to fly?

The plane then veered west a bit due to magnetic variance & crosswind.  All of the other theories have problems explaining the Immarsat data which is in your face.  If you turn down this Immarsat conclusion, then you have to look to the north, assume hijacking & involve China.

Other than this more simple explanation, I'm left to say the more complicated hijacking to the north, and that raises too many other issues regarding China.

If you treat the Malaysian radar data as accurate, then fuel consumption & endurance is ruined such that MH370 cannot reach this far south, where Immarsat says it was heard.

So who to believe? Immarsat or Malaysian "active military radar" that didn't cause them to even launch a single FA-18 from RMAF Butterworth? 

This conclusion means that Malaysia is culpable for two reasons.  First, MAS's flight crew probably took the plan higher than it should have safely gone, based on the confidence of it's Captain to save fuel.  Second, Malaysia in general has misled search efforts because of embarrassment about lacking active radar coverage (just like it was leaked about India).  Not responding with a jet is bad enough, but not even having the radar data is even worse, especially after the plane was lost and Malaysian ATC didn't confirm the handoff of it's lost plane.  

How hard would it be for Malaysian radar to find old radar data of a western flight and lie about it being MH370, suggesting terrorism?  They would have no data showing it going to WMKN because this is not a standard diversion. The data then doesn't fit unless you say it also continued to the west.  MH370 could not land at the airport Malaysia claims it initially turned toward because the runway was too small.   This means that their easter radar data of any reversal is probably from a different plane, meant to look like MH370 to safe face. 

Re: 
https://plus.google.com/+JonathanLangdale/posts/7KX4KLQWHAa
https://plus.google.com/+JonathanLangdale/posts/S3C5FryPviA
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Did some surfing today
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Started something new.
Structural assignments are really match with bind. Just for side-effects.
Assignment errors are no compile syntax errors anymore,
they just return false.

Here in potion syntax, but also of course for perl (p2)
    (1, x) = (1, 2) => x=2
    (1, x) = (2, 3) => false
    1 = 2           => false
compile-time:
   (_, x, 2)   = (0, 1, 2)   and say x #=> 1
   [_, [x, 1]] = [0, [1, 2]] and say x #=> 1
   [_, x]      = [0, [1, 2]] and say x #=> [1, 2]
   [_ | x]     = [0, 1, 2]   and say x #=> [1, 2]

quoted functions as in Lisp:
  fun = (a, b): [0, [a, b]].
  [_(x, y)] = [fun(1, 2)]  and say x #=> 1

but unquoted - run-time matching:
  fun = (a, b): [0, [a, b]].
  [_ | [x, 1]] = fun(1, 2)  and say x #=> 1

https://github.com/perl11/potion/commits/assign
perl11/potion
perl11/potion
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We won. #sundance 1500 people clicking like crazy for 275 slots
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Continuing with my potion ffi:

  sleep = extern sleep(N)
  5 sleep

https://github.com/perl11/potion/commits/extern
potion
potion
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What to do with old cds...
#cd   #bubble   #ratchet #followme
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