A 6'th Generation Of Aircraft Fighter a Modern Stealth Advanced Technology 2017-2030


A sixth generation jet fighter is a conceptual airplane expected to enter service in the United States Air Force and United States Navy in 2025–30 timeframeWith the Chinese Chengdu J-20 and the Russian-Indian Sukhoi PAK FA under development, the need for of a sixth generation fighter may be urgent for the US military.The USAF seeks new fighter for the 2030–50 period named the "Next Generation Tactical Aircraft"/"Next Gen TACAIR"The US Navy looks to replace its F/A-18E/F Super Hornets beginning in 2025 with the Next Generation Air Dominance air superiority fighter

Boeing FA-XX


The Sukhoi PAK FA,"Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation") is a twin-engine jet fighter being developed by Sukhoi OKB for the Russian Air Force. The Sukhoi T-50 is the prototype for PAK FA.The PAK FA is one of only a handful of stealth jet programs globally.
The PAK FA, when fully developed, is intended to be the successor to the MiG-29 and Su-27 in the Russian inventory and serve as the basis of the Sukhoi/HAL FGFA being developed with India.A fifth generation jet fighter, the T-50 performed its first flight 29 January Its second flight was on 6 February and its third on 12 February 2010. As of 31 August 2010, it had made 17 flights and by mid-November, 40 in total. The second prototype was to start its flight test by the end of 2010, but this was delayed until March 2011



The Chengdu J-20 (Jian-20),"Annihilator-Twenty") is a purported fifth-generation, stealth, twin-engine fighter aircraft prototype developed by Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group for the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF). In late 2010, the J-20 underwent high speed taxiing tests. The J-20 made its first flight on 11 January 2011.General He Weirong, Deputy Commander of the People's Liberation Army Air Force said in November 2009 that he expected the J-20 to be operational in 2017–2019


Sukhoi Su-30MKM a malaysian new generation Aircraft

Sukhoi Su-30MKM merupakan sebuah pesawat tempur pelbagai peranan tercanggih generasi ke-4.5, terbitan daripada pesawat Su-30MKI buatan Rusia, yang berada dalam pegangan Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM). Pesawat ini dioperasikan oleh Skuadron ke-11, Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia yang berpangkalan di Pangkalan TUDM Gong Kedak, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan.Malaysia telah menandatangani kontrak bernilai AS$ 900 juta bagi pembelian 18 buah pesawat Su-30MKM pada 5 Ogos 2003. Dipercayai Rusia mula melatih 4 orang juruterbang dan 2 orang pegawai sistem senjata seawal tahun 2004. Pesawat Su-30MKM merupakan satu lagi variasi pesawat tempur pelbagai peranan yang dibangunkan berasaskan pesawat Sukhoi Su-30MKI, yang mana diubahsuai mengikut keperluan pelanggan dari segi system avioniknya. Sebagai contoh, sistem ECM buatan Israel yang dipasang pada pesawat Su-30MKI telah ditukar dengan sistem-sistem buatan Rusia dan Afrika Selatan. Dua buah pesawat pra-pengeluaran Su-30MKI (dengan nombor badan 04 dan 05) telah diubahsuai untuk dijadikan sebagai pesawat prototaip Su-30MKM bagi menguji integrasi sistem-sistem avionik baru. Su-30MKM dibina di kilang Irkutsk, Siberia dan dua buah pesawat pertama secara rasmi telah diserahkan kepada Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia pada 24 Mei 2007.Pada 18 Jun, 2007, dua buah pesawat Su-30MKM (dengan nombor siri M52-01 dan M52-02) telah tiba di Pangkalan Tentera Udara Gong Kedak dengan menggunakan pesawat Antonov An-124-100. Dua buah pesawat kumpulan kedua diserahkan pada Julai/Ogos 2007. Pesawat Su-30MKM dengan nombor siri M52-04 telah dilihat berada Malaysia. Tiga juruterbang ujian Sukhoi berada di Malaysia menguji terbang pesawat ini dan melaksanakan program peralihan juruterbang TUDM. Program latihan peralihan mengambil masa selama 5 bulan yang bermula pada bulan Julai 2007. Sehingga Disember 2007, Malaysia telah menerima 6 buah pesawat Su-30MKM dan melatih enam orang anak kapal. Malaysia merancang untuk melatih 72 orang pegawai sebagai juruterbang dan pegawai sistem senjata bagi Su-30MKM. Latihan kemungkinan besar akan dibuat dengan kerjasama India. Kesemua pesawat Su-30MKM dijangka akan diserahkan sebelum akhir tahun 2008.
Pembelian Su-30MKM dibuat setelah ia berjaya mengalahkan saingan dari pesawat F/A-18E/F Super Hornet buatan Boeing. Walaupun Malaysia telah memilih untuk memperoleh pesawat Su-30MKM, pilihan untuk perolehan pesawat Super Hornet masih terbuka dengan kemungkinan Malaysia sekali lagi memilih untuk memiliki angkatan pesawat yang bercampur. Pilihan lain adalah kemungkinan Malaysia akan membuat perolehan tambahan ke atas pesawat Su-30MKM. Malaysia pada masa sekarang, memiliki angkatan pesawat yang bercampur-campur, contohnya pesawat MiG-29N Fulcrum dan F/A-18D Hornet. Pegawai-pegawai Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia telah menafikan laporan awal yang menyatakan angkatan pesawat Su-30MKM akan mengantikan penggunaan pesawat MiG-29N Fulcrum, dan menegaskan bahawa pesawat MiG-29 akan terus digunakan sebagai pesawat pertahanan udara.

No Doomsday in 2012 Part 4: The doomsday

When something ends (even something as innocent as an ancient calendar), people seem to think up the most extreme possibilities for the end of civilization as we know it. A brief scan of the internet will pull up the most popular to some very weird ways that we will, with little logical thought, be wiped off the face of the planet. Archaeologists and mythologists on the other hand believe that the Mayans predicted an age of enlightenment when comes around; there isn’t actually much evidence to suggest doomsday will strike. If anything, the Mayans predict a religious miracle, not anything sinister.

Myths are abound and seem to be fuelling movie storylines. It looks like the new Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is even based around the Mayan myth that 13 crystal skulls can save humanity from certain doom. This myth says that if the 13 ancient skulls are not brought together at the right time, the Earth will be knocked off its axis. This might be a great plotline for blockbuster movies, but it also highlights the hype that can be stirred, lighting up religious, scientific and not-so-scientific ideas that the world is doomed.

Some of the most popular space-based threats to the Earth and mankind focus on Planet X wiping most life off the planet, meteorite impacts, black holes, killer solar flares, Gamma Ray Bursts from star systems, a rapid ice age and a polar (magnetic) shift. There is so much evidence against these things happening in 2012, it’s shocking just how much of a following they have generated. Each of the above “threats” needs their own devoted article as to why there is no hard evidence to support the hype.

But the fact remains, the Mayan Doomsday Prophecy is purely based on a calendar which we believe hasn’t been designed to calculate dates beyond 2012. Mayan archaeo-astronomers are even in debate as to whether the Long Count is designed to be reset to after, or whether the calendar simply continues to (approximately 8000 AD) and then reset. As Karl Kruszelnicki brilliantly writes:

“…when a calendar comes to the end of a cycle, it just rolls over into the next cycle. In our Western society, every year 31 December is followed, not by the End of the World, but by 1 January. So in the Mayan calendar will be followed by – or good-ol’ 22 December 2012, with only a few shopping days left to Christmas.” – Excerpt from Dr Karl’s “Great Moments in Science“.

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No Doomsday in 2012 Part 3 :The end of the Long Count end of the earth?

The Mayans had a solution. Using an innovative method, they were able to expand on the 52 year Calendar Round. Up to this point, the Mayan Calendar may have sounded a little archaic – after all, it was possibly based on religious belief, the menstrual cycle, mathematical calculations using the numbers 13 and 20 as the base units and a heavy mix of astrological myth. The only principal correlation with the modern calendar is the Haab’ that recognised there were 365 days in one solar year (it’s not clear whether the Mayans accounted for leap years). The answer to a longer calendar could be found in the “Long Count”, a calendar lasting 5126 years.

I’m personally very impressed with this dating system. For starters, it is numerically predictable and it can accurately pinpoint historical dates. However, it depends on a base unit of 20 (where modern calendars use a base unit of 10). So how does this work?

The base year for the Mayan Long Count starts at “″. Each zero goes from 0-19 and each represent a tally of Mayan days. So, for example, the first day in the Long Count is denoted as On the 19th day we’ll have, on the 20th day it goes up one level and we’ll have This count continues until (about one year), (about 20 years) and (about 400 years). Therefore, if I pick an arbitrary date of, this represents the Mayan date of approximately 1012 years, 7 months and 1 day.

This is all very interesting, but what has this got to do with the end of the world? The Mayan Prophecy is wholly based on the assumption that something bad is going to happen when the Mayan Long Count calendar runs out. Experts are divided as to when the Long Count ends, but as the Maya used the numbers of 13 and 20 at the root of their numerical systems, the last day could occur on When does this happen? Well, represents 5126 years and the Long Count started on, which corresponds to the modern date of August 11th 3114 BC. Have you seen the problem yet? The Mayan Long Count ends 5126 years later on December 21st, 2012.

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No Doomsday in 2012 Part 2: The Mayan calendar

For all those 2012 Mayan Prophecy believers out there, I have bad news. There is going to be no doomsday event in 2012, and here’s why…

So what is the Mayan Calendar? The calendar was constructed by an advanced civilization called the Mayans around 250-900 AD. Evidence for the Maya empire stretches around most parts of the southern states of Mexico and reaches down to the current geological locations of Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and some of Honduras. The people living in Mayan society exhibited very advanced written skills and had an amazing ability when constructing cities and urban planning. The Mayans are probably most famous for their pyramids and other intricate and grand buildings. The people of Maya had a huge impact on Central American culture, not just within their civilization, but with other indigenous populations in the region. Significant numbers of Mayans still live today, continuing their age-old traditions.

The Mayans used many different calendars and viewed time as a meshing of spiritual cycles. While the calendars had practical uses, such as social, agricultural, commercial and administrative tasks, there was a very heavy religious element. Each day had a patron spirit, signifying that each day had specific use. This contrasts greatly with our modern Gregorian calendar which primarily sets the administrative, social and economic dates.

Most of the Mayan calendars were short. The Tzolk’in calendar lasted for 260 days and the Haab’ approximated the solar year of 365 days. The Mayans then combined both the Tzolk’in and the Haab’ to form the “Calendar Round”, a cycle lasting 52 Haab’s (around 52 years, or the approximate length of a generation). Within the Calendar Round were the trecena (13 day cycle) and the veintena (20 day cycle). Obviously, this system would only be of use when considering the 18,980 unique days over the course of 52 years. In addition to these systems, the Mayans also had the “Venus Cycle”. Being keen and highly accurate astronomers they formed a calendar based on the location of Venus in the night sky. It’s also possible they did the same with the other planets in the Solar System.

Using the Calendar Round is great if you simply wanted to remember the date of your birthday or significant religious periods, but what about recording history? There was no way to record a date older than 52 years.

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No Doomsday in 2012 Part 1

Apparently, the world is going to end on December 21st, 2012. Yes, you read correctly, in some way, shape or form, the Earth (or at least a large portion of humans on the planet) will cease to exist. Stop planning your careers, don’t bother buying a house, and be sure to spend the last years of your life doing something you always wanted to do but never had the time. Now you have the time, four years of time, to enjoy yourselves before… the end.


So what is all this crazy talk? We’ve all heard these doomsday predictions before, we’re still here, and the planet is still here, why is 2012 so important? Well, the Mayan calendar stops at the end of the year 2012, churning up all sorts of religious, scientific, astrological and historic reasons why this calendar foretells the end of life as we know it. The Mayan Prophecy is gaining strength and appears to be worrying people in all areas of society. Forget Nostradamus, forget the Y2K bug, forget the credit crunch, this event is predicted to be huge and many wholeheartedly believe this is going to happen for real. Planet X could even be making a comeback.

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