After I land, I don't know what I would do with 239 - X number of people in Kabul or Bangladesh.
Credit for the inspiration: When I was in sixth grade I read a comic where they steal ships. A submarine releases a fog of anesthetic in the path of the ship. One person on board uses oxygen cylinder to escape. When everyone has fainted this guy, radios out claiming to be a different ship (Campbell Cross, I still remember the fake name) coming in for assistance. Meanwhile the pirates board the plane, secure the crew below the decks, repaint the ships name. Radio out saying there are np debris, no ship to be seen. Participate in the grid search and then slink away. The tamil name for the title is "kaatril karaintha kappalkaL" , or ships dissolving into thin air. It was translated from some British comic book. I don't know the name of the original in English. The heros who solve the mystery are Lawrence and Judo David. Can any one help find the original?
It is possible somehow both pilots lost control of the plane and it flew on auto pilot, following whatever route was programmed into it.
I am self censoring myself from giving you some trivial examples of how great harm can be done without undue risk to oneself, not because I am afraid terrorists will read slashdot and carry out these diabolical deeds. But because NSA might be reading it.
Wait. You are not talking about those elephants, are you?
In the Bitcoin universe, if I say I have 2.0345 bit coins, I am actually saying, "I mined 0.2 bit coins, then I got 0.223 bits from this ID, I gave 1.033 to
There is absolutely no anonymity within bit coin universe. Every transaction is tied to the public key of the user id and it can be tracked.
We may not be able to tie those identities with the real world identities. We may not be able to stop those hackers from spending their loot. I am not sure there is infrastructure to mark some public keys as "persona non grata" and remove their privileges or maintains lists of thieves.