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    As yet unverified... but sounds too good to be true...

    http://coffeeticks.my/mh370-breaking...al-crash-site/

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    As yet unverified... but sounds too good to be true...
    http://coffeeticks.my/mh370-breaking...al-crash-site/
    Right.. an airplane comes down in a forested area, not causing any destruction to the woods (which would be visible behind the plane) and no damages to the plane (usually wings and tail sections get ripped off). This pic looks as if the plane has touched down vertically like a stone (which would also cause massive damages). Website is 'coffeeticks'? Nomen est omen ..
    EOS

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    Another theory: http://www.wired.com/autopia/2014/03...ectrical-fire/

    Possible... the Indian ocean west of Sumatra, particularly the Sunda Trench, goes very deep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cks2k2 View Post
    maldives residents claim to have seen it, though i take eyewitness accounts with a giant pinch of salt.
    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...-flying-jumbo/

    and the thais may know more than initially thought: http://www.mcot.net/site/content?id=...f#.Uyhi_qiSxQF
    if it fly so slow, they should be able to see the MAS logo of the plane !

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    Sure... but if the plane changed direction to south-west instead of south-east then BAM! Diego Garcia...
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    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking...eport-20140319

    Now there are multiple eyewitnesses. Looks like it is headed for Diego Garcia. Just hope the americans have not silenced the crew and passengers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post


    Left circle radius: Inmarsat 3 (I-3) F1 geostationary telecommunications satellite coverage for Indian Ocean Region (IOR).

    * COSPAR / NSSDC ID No. 1996-020A
    * USSPACECOM Satellite Catalogue ID No. 23839

    Right circle radius: Fuel range of Boeing 777-2H6/ER (9M-MRO "Romeo Oscar") operating as Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight 370 (MH 370) callsign "MALAYSIAN 370".
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    What I don't yet understand: why are they looking at only the extreme right side of the shade region and totally ignoring the rest? Isn't Christmas Island as far fetch as the seas south of Sri Lanka?

    http://www.straitstimes.com/the-big-...h-8-report-201
    the satellite data can only determine the relative angle of the plane with respect to the satellite, the "arc" that they have drawn is the position where the last "handshake" was transmitted from the plane, i.e. the last known position of the plane at 8:11am, which is at 40 degrees from the satellite.

    by taking into account the amount of fuel, and calculating the minimum distance the plane would have flown (at minimum speed), and maximum distance (at maximum speed + maximum fuel available), they further refine the arc into what they call southern and northern corridor.

    source: http://tmfassociates.com/blog/wp-con...H370_Mar17.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    As yet unverified... but sounds too good to be true...

    http://coffeeticks.my/mh370-breaking...al-crash-site/
    Looks like the satellite snapped a pic of a plane on approach landing... different kind of plane though, much smaller than a 777.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    As yet unverified... but sounds too good to be true...

    http://coffeeticks.my/mh370-breaking...al-crash-site/
    If it landed like that, the whole plane would be in pieces

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    As yet unverified... but sounds too good to be true...

    http://coffeeticks.my/mh370-breaking...al-crash-site/
    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    If it landed like that, the whole plane would be in pieces
    Maybe it is an inflatable plane.


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    Classic amazing outrageous replies in relation to MH370.

    • MLY military general.
    (Not a quote but words to that effect)
    No we did not scramble a fighter jet to check out this unidentified jet with transponder switched off & no radio communications, flying across the width of peninsula Malaysia, because it was a civilian jet, not a hostile military jet.
    (how on earth would they know?)


    • Thai Air Force military representative.
    (Not a quote but words to that effect)
    We had the radar evidence that the jet flew reversed back in direction toward the west since day 1 of the matter (8 March 2014). We did not tell anyone, because no one specifically asked us for this information, until today 10 days after the international search by 26 countries.
    (The Thai Royal Navy sent its ships to search the Gulf of Thailand, in addition to many other countries' ships, in a wild goose chase ---
    and all this time the Thai Air Force said NOTHING?)


    • Jonti Roos in Pierce Morgan TV talk show
    She brushed off suggestions that she was lying about the cockpit adventure and told Morgan the proof was in the pictures.
    "I have no reason to make something like this up. It's not malicious at all,," she said. "I wouldn't want to make something up that would potentially hurt people."
    Another attention seeking creep, showboating at other people's expense. It is not malicious? She was accusing the 2 pilots and some of the cabin crew (of that Phuket flight) of major offences. And the Fariq co-pilot is no around to defend himself.

    The television talk show (Pierce Morgan Live) was widely criticised for inviting Jonti Roos to the show. The show which has been getting very low ratings has now been cancelled by CNN.
    Last edited by ricohflex; 19th March 2014 at 08:58 PM.

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    the maldives lead is false.
    another dead end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cks2k2 View Post
    the maldives lead is false.
    another dead end.
    http://www.haveeru.com.mv/news/54067
    Maldives police probe reported sighting of 'low flying jet'

    If the Maldive Police is still probing the possible sightings, how is it possible for the Malaysians to reject the sightings so quickly? All along the Malaysian's standard reply is that they will not rule out any possibilities but now they are quick to reject this possibility. How come they have better access to Maldive radar data than Thailand's data?
    The partners cannot allow the Maldive report to stand because that would be as good as admitting that the aircraft has been hijacked to Diego Garcia. I just hope the accomodation at DG is not too spartan and the food is good.

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    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...s/1041456.html

    But the islands' National Defence Force said on Wednesday morning that no trace of the missing flight had been picked up on radar.
    "Based on the monitoring up to date, no indication of flight MH370 has been observed on any military radars in the country," it said a statement on Wednesday. The civilian radars at the Maldives airports had also "been analysed" but there was no "indication of the said flight," the statement added.
    But so many eye witnesses may not be making up stories. What if the Maldives NDF radar is no functioning properly or not operative at the time; and they are embarrassed to reveal this?
    Based on what Maldives NDF say, they immediately drop the lead?
    The MLY committee never even bother to ask someone to interview all of the Kuda Huvadhoo eyewitnesses?
    What if one of them took a photo of the plane flying low?
    If the plane is flying low to avoid radar detection, and the Maldive NDF say no indication. That's the whole idea of flying low.
    Just like that the MLY committee drop the possibility and quickly conclude not possible?

    If the plane turned north after crossing Maldives, the route leads to Pakistan; and avoids overflying land mass of India.
    Retired United States Air Force Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney says plane may be in Pakistan.

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/19/re...d-in-pakistan/

    Of course Pakistan will say don't have.
    Pakistan also said for 10 years that Osama Bin Laden was not in Pakistan.
    Last edited by ricohflex; 19th March 2014 at 11:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...s/1041456.html


    But the islands' National Defence Force said on Wednesday morning that no trace of the missing flight had been picked up on radar.
    "Based on the monitoring up to date, no indication of flight MH370 has been observed on any military radars in the country," it said a statement on Wednesday. The civilian radars at the Maldives airports had also "been analysed" but there was no "indication of the said flight," the statement added.

    But so many eye witnesses may not be making up stories. What if the Maldives NDF radar is no functioning properly or not operative at the time?
    Based on what Maldives NDF say, they immediately drop the lead?
    The MLY committee never even bother to ask someone to interview all of the eyewitnesses?
    If the plane is flying low to avoid radar detection, and the Maldive NDF say no indication. That's the whole idea of flying low.
    Just like that the MLY committee drop the possibility? And quickly conclude not possible?
    The word they choose to use is also highly suspicious, "false alarms". These are not alarms, these are sightings and eyewitness accounts, and the best way to refute these accounts is to interview the witnesses and talk to Mohamed Zaheem, the Island Councilor of Kuda Huvadhoo.
    if the transponder has been switched off what is the point of saying that aircraft has not been detected by civilian radars? Even people manning military radars can be commonly found sleeping on their jobs. The Chinese should station a satellite over DG.

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    The maker of the plane is the real expert.

    Boeing.

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/...eory-pakistan/

    Boeing could “activate” the same monitoring of their Rolls Royce engines and componentry at any time – regardless of whether or not Malaysian Airlines subscribed as a customer. Potentially, this is what has taken place. Boeing may have “tuned in” to the MH-370 engine signal broadcast as a means to locate it. Hence they report its location in Pakistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The maker of the plane is the real expert.

    Boeing.

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/...eory-pakistan/
    pretty plausible.

    i did read reports of Israel bolstering its Air Defences.

    and also the way certain countries' intelligence agencies and military are behaving, it's quite certain they know something that the SEA countries do not.

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    Two objects spotted possibly related to MH370: Australia PM

    http://my.news.yahoo.com/two-objects...032211587.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exposure View Post
    Two objects spotted possibly related to MH370: Australia PM

    http://my.news.yahoo.com/two-objects...032211587.html
    Anyone knows how deep is the water there?

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