Monday, July 21, 2014
Russian State Television asks Moscow residents what they knew about Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 (Video)
Tom Balmforth of Russian State Televison asked Moscow residents what they knew from Russian media reports about the July 17 crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine. Some of the respondents blamed the Ukrainian government, while others blamed the United States for the apparent downing of the passenger airplane. Others dismissed Russian television as an unreliable source of information and said anti government rebels in eastern Ukraine were responsible for the plane crash.
Here is footage of a team of International monitors today that were called int to inspect the Malaysia Airlines Mh17 passangers bodies. The bodies were placed in refrigerated rail cars in the Ukrainian town of Torez.
Here is the full video Live from the scene where Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 is believed to have been shot down by a missile in eastern Ukraine. Watch as Sky News presenter Colin Brazier decides to go through a young girl that died on the flights suitcase and then realizes what he's doing is morally wrong.
Here is the moment that Sky News reporter Colin Brazier realizes, that as he sifts through one of the passengers belongings, of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 , that what he is doing is just wrong.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created a new phase changling material that is built from wax and foam. The material was developed by a group of researchers at MIT and is capable of switching between hard and soft states. The robots built from this cool material would be able to operate mor like a biological organism. This material could sent search and rescue missions onto a whole new level. Checkout the awesome video just recently uploaded to MIT's youtube channel on July 14, 2014.
OSCE representatives have arrivedto the crash site of the Malaysian airlines flight MH17 plane that was shot down over the Ukraine and Russia border. This is live raw footage of the rescuers beginning to move the passangers bodies from the scene.
This is the missle system that analysts believe took down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 on thursday. The airline wasn't shot down by a shoulder mounted rocket, like some might of initially believed. Analysts speculate that The Buk-M2 SAM was used. SAM is a family of self-propelled, medium-range surface-to-air missile systems developed by the former Soviet Union and Russian Federation and designed to engage cruise missiles, smart bombs, fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, and unmanned aerial vehicles.