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Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by BreakerBreaker » Fri Apr 17, 2015 7:19 am

Not one of you will ever gradutate from the drooling drivel will you?

1) A Man who works on an Oil Platform reports the plane on fire and a smoke trail being seen from the plane over the Southern Vietnam Coast, right after the plane's pilots radioed in,

The man is fired for 'Reporting the incident'

2) A second plane was even seen on RADAR at high speed in pursuit of the plane.

3) The Plane appears on RADAR to turn a full 180, in an automated turn, or in a piloted turn, as an emergency return would be charted, to the nearest airport.

4) The Plane then, still on Autopilot, flying on an automated system, flies from each pinging relay to another in the direct path it was turned into, until the autopilot guides the plane into a region where no other relays are signaling the system to change direction. At the point the plane begins its overland and western journey, the plane has been overcome with smoke, but is still operational in auto piloted mode.

5) Flying towards the Islands of the Southern Indian Coast and towards the general direction of the Coast of India, it disappears from RADAR.

6) Using satellite tracking they calculate the furthest distance it can be found, and begin to search there, returning slowly back through the massive areas that it was reported as navigating through in a sweep.Image

7) Batteries gone, they are relying on submersibles and other 'new search and rescue methods' to locate the boxes and plane. A company claiming to be able to find certain metals and other materials deep underwater and underground via satellite, makes the claim they have found the MH370 in the exact place they were shown on the last RADAR signals, and is blown off as a fake technology, and given no due worth. The company produces a full color image of the plane under 100+ ft of water, showing the exact materials, and the locations of individual metals in the exact places that the planes were known to be designed, confirming their claims, with a complete diagram showing the image's metallic nature.

8) Ignoring all of the signs of a fault in the Boeing system, and the actual report of a worker offshore, and the subsequent firing of the worker, the mainstream in the US is ignoring the actual families and the Malaysian Govt's authority, and begins to promote the 'Theory'

Of another suicide......this time over a homosexual favorite in an election??

What a drama game by the MSM to leave the 'spotless' reputations of these manufacturers in the dark

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by Toxic32 » Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:56 pm

Confident that the aircraft is a given distance from the satellite. Draw a circle put a spot in the middle (satellite) Then you will see the distance to the edge of the circle from the centre of the circle is the same no matter where along the circle you measure it. What people have forgotten is the handshake signal from the aircraft was still being received hours after it was supposed to have run out of fuel. So what does that imply to you? The aircraft was either on the ground and still powered up or still flying. A fact conveniently brushed over ever since it was reported at the time.

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by Guest » Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:05 pm

Toxic32 wrote:I still think they are looking totally in the wrong area. They arrived at this area based on the handshake signal received from the lost aircraft. Which could only give a distance measurement from the origination point of the signal based on the doppler effect, which is the measurable delay in the time it takes the return signal to reach the satellite sending and receiving it. It could not give a direction from which the return signal came from as the satellite has an omnidirectional aerial. They could and did measure the distance the signal traveled. But like I've said before. You can draw a wide circle under the satellite and place the aircraft on any point along that circle and it would be the same distance from the satellite. How they could say it was heading south is just an educated guess. When all the evidence is at odds with that conclusion. I still say it was heading west towards The Yemen. Given the increase in interest and action around the Yemen and the involvement of Saudi Arabia which is a USA proxy in the area I would say there is something of interest in the Yemen that requires the Saudis to put their head above the parapet. They never get involved under normal circumstances unless the US puts pressure on them.

He said they were confident. :?

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by Toxic32 » Thu Apr 16, 2015 7:57 pm

I still think they are looking totally in the wrong area. They arrived at this area based on the handshake signal received from the lost aircraft. Which could only give a distance measurement from the origination point of the signal based on the doppler effect, which is the measurable delay in the time it takes the return signal to reach the satellite sending and receiving it. It could not give a direction from which the return signal came from as the satellite has an omnidirectional aerial. They could and did measure the distance the signal traveled. But like I've said before. You can draw a wide circle under the satellite and place the aircraft on any point along that circle and it would be the same distance from the satellite. How they could say it was heading south is just an educated guess. When all the evidence is at odds with that conclusion. I still say it was heading west towards The Yemen. Given the increase in interest and action around the Yemen and the involvement of Saudi Arabia which is a USA proxy in the area I would say there is something of interest in the Yemen that requires the Saudis to put their head above the parapet. They never get involved under normal circumstances unless the US puts pressure on them.

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by *WillEase* » Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:02 pm

Published on Apr 16, 2015

Search officials announced Thursday if no trace of the plane shows up soon, they will expand the search area to more than 46,000 square miles.

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by Toxic32 » Sun Dec 21, 2014 2:53 pm

Ok if we are talking fairy stories. What if the plane suddenly appeared one year to day and correct time back on radar at the right hight and speed and heading on the right course at exactly the place on the map it vanished? When it landed in China the people have no idea they have been missing for a year and no recollection other than it was a normal flight without incident.

:D

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by DarkHeart » Sun Dec 21, 2014 1:28 pm

Former airline boss and famous French author Marc Dugain argued Thursday that there had been a cover-up in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, speculating that the passenger jet could have been hacked and then shot down by the US.

Dugain, a well-respected French author, argues that the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people crashed near Diego Garcia, a British island in the middle of the Indian Ocean used as a strategic air force and intelligence base by the US military, in the six-page article in Paris Match.

The US has always officially denied that flight MH370 came anywhere near Diego Garcia.

The latest theory into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on March 8, 2014 has all the ingredients of a spy thriller and has grabbed the French public’s attention.

The former boss of Proteus Airlines travelled to the neighbouring Maldives where residents told local media that they had seen an airliner fly in the direction of Diego Garcia. Their claims were promptly dismissed by the authorities.

“I saw a huge plane fly over us at low altitude,” a fisherman on Kudahuvadhoo island told Dugain. “I saw red and blue stripes on a white background” – the colours of Malaysia Airlines. Other witnesses confirmed the sighting.

Fire on board?

Dugain speculates – adding to the numerous other existing hypotheses about what happened to flight MH370 – that a modern aircraft such as Malaysia Airlines' Boeing 777 could have been hijacked by a hacker.

“In 2006, Boeing patented a remote control system using a computer placed inside or outside the aircraft,” he noted. This technology lead Dugain to the idea of a “soft” remote hijacking.

But the writer also suggests that a fire could have led the crew to deactivate electrical devices, including transmission systems.

Whatever the initial reasons for leaving its flight path, Dugain suspects that the plane then headed to Diego Garcia, where a number of scenarios may have played out – including the US Air Force shooting it down for fear of a September 11-style attack.

The rest of the article http://www.france24.com/en/20141218-dug ... -cover-up/

The actual Paris Match article (in French) http://www.parismatch.com/Actu/Internat ... 70-671972#

Also in French malheuresment.


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Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by *WillEase* » Mon Sep 15, 2014 11:38 am

MH370 Doomed "After Suicidal Pilot Turned Off Oxygen" Claims Airline Boss.
By Giles Sheldrick, Daily Express | Sep. 15, 2014
http://www.wcarn.com/news/37/37762.html

Doomed flight MH370 vanished along with its 227 passengers and 12 crew members while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8.

Engine failure, sabotage, terrorism and even faulty air traffic control have all been blamed for sending the plane off course.

But airline boss Ewan Wilson will tell British aviation experts that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah meticulously plotted the tragedy.

The Kiwi Airlines chief believes the father-of-three locked co-pilot Fariq Hamid out of the cockpit, closed down all communication links and turned the aircraft around.

He is convinced Shah, 53, depressurised the plane - causing those on board to die from hypoxia once the oxygen had run out.

Mr Wilson believes the pilot then made eight different course changes before finally allowing the jet to fly on auto-pilot for the remaining hours of its ill-fated journey into the southern Indian Ocean.

The air accident investigator claims there have been five previous "suicide" flights which claimed the lives of 422 passengers and crew.

The commercial airline pilot, who has travelled from New Zealand to discuss his findings, has called for new laws to ensure pilots and cabin crew are psychologically fit to fly.

He said: "There is a fundamental desire to ignore the mental health issue in the aviation industry."

"We have shown why hijacking by a passenger or accidental depressurisation are highly unlikely scenarios."

"By a process of elimination, this leaves pilot suicide as the only other serious option in our analysis of what occurred on March 8."

"Our research indicates there have been five previous incidents of murder/suicide in commercial flights over the last three decades or so, accounting for 422 lives."

"The sad addition of MH370 would bring that number to 661."

Shortly after the disappearance of MH370 rumours circulated about the state of Shah' marriage.

He was also said to be disenchanted with the Malaysian Government's treatment of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.

Four months on from the tragedy investigators are no closer to locating the stricken plane but still regard Shah as their chief suspect.

The Kiwi Airlines boss has met with Shah's brother-in-law and wife but both reject the pilot was suicidal.

Mr Wilson said: "It would be nice to give families of those on board closure."

"I know there are lots of reasons that families are easily swayed by conspiracy theories that the aircraft is lying on some island."

"But I don't think it is."

"It is lost forever."

Mr Wilson does not believe there is a link between MH370 and the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine on July 17, saying it was a "tragic coincidence".

His findings are published in a new book called Goodnight 370.

The search for the missing plane is being led by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

A spokesperson said: "While it is impossible to determine with certainty, all the available data indicates the aircraft entered the sea close to a long, but narrow, arc of the southern Indian Ocean.

"The complexities surrounding the search cannot be understated."

"It involves vast areas of the Indian Ocean with only limited known data and aircraft flight information."

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by jikesung » Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:05 am

851. Why Malaysia airlines was selected as target (8/23/2014)

In #848, I said Malaysia was targeted because it keeps a friendship with China while China is a covert enemy of the US. In #845, I talked about German had sensed that E.U. was provoked by the US for a covert war with Russia. German is unwilling to follow the US instruction. It expelled the CIA Chief from the German as a protest.

Then a Chinese forum offered an information how Malaysia and German were hurt by heavy insurance loss in the two incidents. The insurance company of Malaysia Airline is a Germany.

1. MH370
German insurance company Allianz says it has made initial payments in connection with the missing Malaysian Airlines plane.

Allianz’s global head of communication Hugo Kidston confirmed Wednesday that the Munich-based insurer and “other co-reinsurers of Malaysia Airlines aviation hull and liability policy have made initial payments.”

http://www.worthytoshare.net/insurance- ... ppearance#


2.. MH17

Malaysia Airlines Girds for New Insurance Battle
By Enda Curran Updated July 18, 2014

German insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty is the lead reinsurer of the Malaysia Airlines plane for its so-calleded hull and liability policy, according to a report from insurance broker Aon PLC, which valued the plane itself at $97.3 million.

http://online.wsj.com/articles/malaysia ... 1405673357


The comment said, “German was shot even it was laying on the ground”.

Re: Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people goes missing

Post by Toxic32 » Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:00 am

Maybe the bodies on flight of MH17 were the missing people off flight MH370 ?? The fact that the Israeli Aircraft has been rumbled and is still sitting in the hanger has forced another option. Don't you find it strange that all three of these aircraft involve one airline? I do!

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