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    Quote Originally Posted by shaokenphotos View Post
    This is even more crap.
    If got signal, telcos can trace it. Also, got network means they are somewhere with "civilisation".
    aiya, could be left his phone at home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    Gun behind horse. So good, tell where the plane is now lah.
    Ha ha, the bomohs found it.
    Datuk Mahaguru Ibrahim Mat Zin, also known as Raja Bomoh Sedunia Nujum VIP and 1Malaysia Corporate Bomoh had claimed that the missing aircraft was hijacked by elves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    they should consider bringing back Ultraman to help
    To get Ultraman's help, they need to remove the ban first

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    Since they start their search 5 hrs late. I believe they should consider the widening the search area base on the flow of the current.

    I read an article about the plane's radar signal when it is flying over the sea. It seem that the plane transmit the signal to the control tower to let them their location. Therefore, when the plane stop transmitting, it doesn't mean it have stop flying and drop off the sky. The plane could be still flying when the signal stop. Therefore, the search area is not really accurate in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    aiya, could be left his phone at home?
    According Spiegel Online (German news magazine)it was described as:
    Nach Berichten mehrere chinesischer Fernsehsender soll das Telefon bei dem Anruf kurz geklingelt haben, bevor die Verbindung unterbrochen wurde.
    Translation:
    "Several Chinese tv stations reported that the phone has ringed briefly after which the connection dropped."
    But this is highly misleading. The ring tone that the caller hears comes from the caller's current provider based on a signalling that the called party is available. Especially when phones are overseas and booked in with a different provider the establishing of a connection takes a bit longer and an erroneous ring signal can occur.
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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    The Straits of Malacca has been one of the search sites since the beginning. No wonder Malaysia asked for Indonesia to help right at the start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    Sign

    It could be anywhere.

    Among all the unconfirm news, the only thing we can confirm is they are not very good at search and rescue
    Last edited by Yutaka Go; 11th March 2014 at 08:27 PM.
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    The joke is, after many other countries have spent millions $ sending several ships, planes, helicopters and even programmed satellites to look on east coast of West Malaysia.

    Now after so many days.

    The MLY military finally reveals it had radar evidence the plane flew to Straits of Malacca near Pulau Perak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The joke is, after many other countries have spent millions $ sending several ships, planes, helicopters and even programmed satellites to look on east coast of West Malaysia.

    Now after so many days.

    The MLY military finally reveals it had radar evidence the plane flew to Straits of Malacca near Pulau Perak.
    So it means the plane got lost or hijacked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The joke is, after many other countries have spent millions $ sending several ships, planes, helicopters and even programmed satellites to look on east coast of West Malaysia.

    Now after so many days.

    The MLY military finally reveals it had radar evidence the plane flew to Straits of Malacca near Pulau Perak.
    Malaysia have change their slogan from Malaysia Boleh to Malaysia Tak Boleh Tahan

    The men with stolen passport are asylum seekers.

    Now it seem to be technical problems with the aircraft and the pilot tried to turn back to airport.


    Last edited by Yutaka Go; 11th March 2014 at 09:02 PM.
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    How are they going to explain this now. Hide vital information and mislead multi nation SAR effort to the wrong place !! There must be a reason to delay the discovery of the plane by not giving out the location of the crash site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The joke is, after many other countries have spent millions $ sending several ships, planes, helicopters and even programmed satellites to look on east coast of West Malaysia.

    Now after so many days.

    The MLY military finally reveals it had radar evidence the plane flew to Straits of Malacca near Pulau Perak.
    Ha ha, I think all the high-tech search vessels from US, China, Vietnam, Philippines and Singapore are at the east coast. They can take another day or two to sail around.
    Last edited by An drew; 11th March 2014 at 10:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    How are they going to explain this now. Hide vital information and mislead multi nation SAR effort to the wrong place !! There must be a reason to delay the discovery of the plane by not giving out the location of the crash site.
    Well, they seem to be doing a good job at self-humiliation... so why not let them continue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    How are they going to explain this now. Hide vital information and mislead multi nation SAR effort to the wrong place !! There must be a reason to delay the discovery of the plane by not giving out the location of the crash site.
    I hope the survivors do not die of starvation

    There was one air crash in Japan, where many survivors end up dying from injury and fozen to death on the mountains because of delay in rescue

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_Airlines_Flight_123

    Yumi Ochiai, one of the four survivors out of 524 passengers and crew, recounted from her hospital bed that she recalled bright lights and the sound of helicopter rotors shortly after she awoke amid the wreckage, and while she could hear screaming and moaning from other survivors, these sounds gradually died away during the night.
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    Saw their press conference on TV with all the chiefs, cant or don't expect too much...

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    Mly officials want a little attention thats all

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    Aussie woman claims was cockpit guest of MH370 co-pilot

    (edit) Now South African woman wants her 5 minutes of fame.

    It is not respectful.

    Because the co-pilot may have died. Have some consideration for his family.

    Now she casts doubts on his professionalism, recounting all the things that should not have been done under the rules.

    Be aware that the other MAS pilot in the photo is still alive.

    And her cheap shot for publicity will now cost him severely. He will be in deep trouble.

    She does not care. Very low class.
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    if a giant plane can just waltz over from east to west coast of the peninsular without being challenged by RMAF, then i have real doubts over RMAF capability.

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