WHY ARE THEY LETTING THIS SERIOUSLY FLAWED AIRCRAFT FLY?
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Heathrow today 12 July 2013 a Dreamliner goes up in flames once again on the tarmac and fortunate it wasn't in the air .

The International agencies charged with protecting the public are operating a conspiracy in conjunction with Boeing to keep a seriously flawed plane in the air. Despite repeated fires with a battery system that has a proven track record of going up in flames at every opportunity the powers that be have given Boeing a clean bill of health to put this killing machine back in the air.

The public are now seeing how corporations have so much power that despite putting the world's population at risk , or those who can AFFORD to fly , they are able to bypass all laws and regulations that are supposed to ensure tin pot planes cannot use our airspace. Even third world countries have a BETTER track record than the Boeing dreamliner 787 despite regular crashes only because western governments have bent over backwards to accommodate Boeing's need to see their investment flying with passengers than to ensure the safety of those passengers.

Technology is becoming so advanced that it is stretching the engineers charged with repairing them to the limit. It is getting to a point were even Einstein would struggle with the electronics that go into producing the latest forms of aircraft and NOT necessarily making them any safer. In fact space age technologies used in their systems are being repaired by humans with far less knowledge of how those systems function leading to more disasters through aircraft being to complex to maintain to a high standard.

BOEING 787 DREAMLINER LITHIUM ION BATTERY FIRES

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In this Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 photo provided by the Japan Transport Safety Board shows the distorted main lithium-ion battery, left, and an undamaged auxiliary battery of the All Nippon Airways' Boeing 787 which made an emergency landing on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 at Takamatsu airport in Takamatsu, western Japan. Japan's transport safety agency says a lithium ion battery on a Boeing 787 that overheated during an All Nippon Airways flight earlier this month, prompting an emergency landing, was not overcharged.

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