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Beijing-bound MAS plane carrying 239 people missing as of 20 mins ago.

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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:52 PM
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JRCrowley

Vasa Croe
I still believe this is connected to Iran and the Maldives. Plenty of extremism there


lol. Define "extremism"? I take it you get your definition of "extremism" from John McCain.


Religious zealots and fundamentalists willing to do anything to gain notoriety and further their cause. It has been an ongoing problem in Maldives. As recently as the first week of this month they have met with India and Saudi Arabia to discuss counter terrorism measures and anti piracy concerns. Will that suffice or would you like references?

And no...McCain is a douche.




posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:53 PM
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Not the least bit relevant. Stay on topic



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:53 PM
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Drudge Report with the headline, "Plane to Pakistan?" The media might as well speculate on any possible scenario. Tomorrow morning ABC News will report that a source says the plane is in Pakistan, the source having read Drudge Report. It's like a feedback loop....



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:57 PM
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JRCrowley

Leonidas
I lived in NYC at the time, still have family there. Let's not do this here.


No offense, but the fact that you lived in NYC at the time doesn't mean that 9/11 wasn't a conspiracy.


My point is that I am sick to death of it, and there is a place here to discuss it if people want to.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:59 PM
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Vasa Croe

JRCrowley

Vasa Croe
I still believe this is connected to Iran and the Maldives. Plenty of extremism there


lol. Define "extremism"? I take it you get your definition of "extremism" from John McCain.


Religious zealots and fundamentalists willing to do anything to gain notoriety and further their cause. It has been an ongoing problem in Maldives. As recently as the first week of this month they have met with India and Saudi Arabia to discuss counter terrorism measures and anti piracy concerns. Will that suffice or would you like references?

And no...McCain is a douche.


There is "extremism" everywhere in this world. Some of those extremists are not even Muslim. Amazing concept, isn't it?

I have further news for you: There are literally dozens of countries in this world where if you visit and poll the locals they will tell you that the most "extremist" people in the world are Americans. Amazing concept, isn't it?

The reason I brought up McCain is because he has had a hard on to attack Iran for decades now. He thinks Iran is one of the most "extremist" countries in the world, even though they haven't attacked anyone. Meanwhile, the U.S. has. It's very "extremist" of them. The U.S. spent over a trillion dollars bombing the daylights out of Afghanistan, and now that they're leaving it Afghanistan is acknowledged as one of the world's most corrupt countries.

Extremism. It's everywhere bro, you just need the brains to know what it truly is.

Nice owl photo, by the way.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 10:59 PM
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Leonidas

JRCrowley

Leonidas
I lived in NYC at the time, still have family there. Let's not do this here.


No offense, but the fact that you lived in NYC at the time doesn't mean that 9/11 wasn't a conspiracy.


My point is that I am sick to death of it, and there is a place here to discuss it if people want to.


True enough. If this plane isn't found soon we'll be sick to death of this thread as well. lol



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:01 PM
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I have a theory - its far fetched looney and extremely James Bond so please bare with me - what if the 20 or so electronic expert passengers, had through conditoning training aka mk ultra, and were set to respond on call, say they had with a little help electronic jamming software and overiding capabilities(remember the Boeing 777 is a fully electronic fly by wire plane) say they could dissable the flight controls or alter them even give false flight information that would make the flight seem normal to the crew but dissable transponder alter course etc.
Dont foreget 20 conditioned people told to do a certain thing (like Darren Brown) can control other passengers and crew, or possibly include certain crew, who may have attended these courses, so now we have a plane and crew controled but beyond this the reason is unknown.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:01 PM
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I have been paying attention to this thread, but may have missed this on the 190+ pages it has grown to.

This link is to a Google map showing the sixty (60) airfields in range of flight 730, according to Foreign Policy.

www.google.com...,95.625&spn=37 .717176,40.429687&z=4&source=embed



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:09 PM
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Ahhh... sure... makes as much sense as anything else at this point. The solution to this puzzle will probably turn out to be something rather mundane. I'm leaning toward hijacking by someone on the crew-- or one of the passengers... something goes wrong that leads to rapid decompression and the plane flies aimlessly, no alive at the wheel, somewhere west of Australia... runs out of fuel and is now at the bottom of the Indian Ocean.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:12 PM
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Leonidas
I have been paying attention to this thread, but may have missed this on the 190+ pages it has grown to.

This link is to a Google map showing the sixty (60) airfields in range of flight 730, according to Foreign Policy.

www.google.com...,95.625&spn=37 .717176,40.429687&z=4&source=embed


The last I read was that the plane "possibly flew SEVEN HOURS more" after they lost contact.
The plane could virtually be ANYWHERE, far further than those airfields. However, for some reason (and this is only intuition) I bet that this plane is either in Pakistan or Somalia. The other countries don't make "much sense" for me, but Pakistan stands out like a sore thumb and it would be possible to go there evading radar. (As far as I can tell).



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:17 PM
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Vasa Croe

lol. Define "extremism"?


"True Believers"

Every religion has them, most political parties. Some consumer products have them "Apple", for example.

My grandfather taught me how to sight, and then avoid true-beleivers. They are always more trouble than they are worth.
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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:24 PM
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I honestly just don't see a difference in banks between the missing flight MH370 and the others.

I can even see some "stuttering" (tiny left/right/left movements) on planes other than the missing MH370 (which I saw before someone claimed was proof that something wrong was happening with the missing flight).



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:29 PM
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Assuming this plane didn't just crash into the bottom of the ocean:

Could we use that list of all airfields + a list of military installations in the area, and plot a course of least resistance?

Meaning a course that would allow the plane to fly undetected for a period of time.... Assuming They didn't circle, and then crash into the ocean....



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:41 PM
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The more I think about it, the theory of a suicidal pilot just doesn't work for me. All one had to do was incapacitate the other pilot and do a nose dive. If it was a political statement of some sort, I believe he would have spoken and said his piece, then did a nose dive.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:46 PM
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EnderMEM
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Assuming this plane didn't just crash into the bottom of the ocean:

Could we use that list of all airfields + a list of military installations in the area, and plot a course of least resistance?

Meaning a course that would allow the plane to fly undetected for a period of time.... Assuming They didn't circle, and then crash into the ocean....



You may need to include a large chunk of Australia in that. Fairly desolate country, sparsely populated as well. I don't think it is there, but when all else fails you need to look in unusual places.

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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:51 PM
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On a path for Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 12,467 concrete runway. Seems to big to stay unnoticed.

Further east

Turkmenabat Airport runway 15/33 9,022 Concrete

One more north

Daşoguz Airport runway 09L/27R 8,858 Concrete



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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:54 PM
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Safely landing that aircraft on dirt would be problematic.



posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:59 PM
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Bcs8484

Police are investigating the possibility that the pilot of missing Flight MH370 hijacked his own aircraft in a bizarre political protest.

The Mail on Sunday has learned that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was an ‘obsessive’ supporter of Malaysia’s opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim. And hours before the doomed flight left Kuala Lumpur it is understood 53-year-old Shah attended a controversial trial in which Ibrahim was jailed for five years.

Campaigners say the politician, the key challenger to Malaysia’s ruling party, was the victim of a long-running smear campaign and had faced trumped-up charges.

Police sources have confirmed that Shah was a vocal political activist – and fear that the court decision left him profoundly upset. It was against this background that, seven hours later, he took control of a Boeing 777-200 bound for Beijing and carrying 238 passengers and crew.



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This would seem to actually make some sense with the latest information we now have. I didn't see that anyone posted it yet but if they did sorry. Do you guys think that the pilot could have done this as some sort of political protest or pay back? Or that's it's just more mud thrown on a crowded wall?

www.dailymail.co.uk... rol-flight-MH370-attended-trial-jailed-opposition-leader-sodomite.html#ixzz2w4hcZdmk


Good one, I agree and can understand this could just be the reason why the disappearance. The opposition leader was getting louder and may have been setup and thrown in jail without any evidence, it may not be what it seems. Only we Malaysians know about the government's dirty tricks and illegal election votes. If that's the case I'm hoping he spared the lives of the crew and passengers.
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 12:17 AM
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roadgravel
On a path for Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 12,467 concrete runway. Seems to big to stay unnoticed.

Further east

Turkmenabat Airport runway 15/33 9,022 Concrete

One more north

Daşoguz Airport runway 09L/27R 8,858 Concrete



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Yeah, but then you're in Turkmenistan. Not even a terrorist or hijacker wants that. People would be living in it by now and it would be up on blocks.

Even though Niyazov "Turkmenbashi" is gone, the country is still a backwards disaster. They systematically forced the Russians out of the country and it is falling apart.

On a more serious note, it would be a interesting place to hide. Of all the countries in the region, it is most likely the most plausible place it could go unreported.

I unfortunately know too much about Turkmenistan from firsthand experience.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 12:25 AM
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Phage
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Safely landing that aircraft on dirt would be problematic.


ROFL. No S#$% Sherlock! There are however a few dirt strip runways, even a few nice, long, very long, straight roads to try out.

I am not saying they are leaving in that craft, but attempting to land it is feasible. That fact that we have not heard from it may indicate that their landing strategy went awry.

In that country, with no one looking, well, it could take quite a while before someone stumbles on it.

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