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

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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 01:07 AM
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3-4 tonnes of delicious mangosteen fruit...

Not sure how that would work, I mean, the cargo would go through a security scanner before boarding. Unless the hijackers were already on the tarmac.

I was thinking, what if the mangosteens had some sort of mad accelerant/inhibitor to like, make them ripen ultra fast, and then bam!

No?

One of these days, one of these days I am going to do an experiment Mythbusters style to see if I can create some sort of weapon of mass fructose.




posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 01:21 AM
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At least the mangled message from the media is consistent.

Crossover: Family members won't give up hope
03-19-2014 03:36 BJT

Quote from video, around 1:55 mark.

"A common feeling among those relatives here is that they get a lot of information every day but uh so much of those informations are complicated, sometimes not helpful, and even contradictory..."

Source
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 01:41 AM
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I believe that is total disinfo. That post is all over the web now. It is garbage IMO. That plane was taken. By who...??? I don't know. But it certainly is a state/nation. I am tired of all the misinformation. If you think that the intelligence agencies of the world don't know where that plane is, well then you are misled.

The scary part is what their plans are for that plane.

That plane did not crash. That plane was taken. If it was for the cargo or someone or multiple peoples aboard for their tech data they were carrying. It really doesn't matter.

You don't fugging make a 777 disappear. It is complete hogwash. They know where it is. They know why. You should be afraid. IMO.


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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 01:46 AM
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Gen. McInerney on why he thinks the plane may have been diverted to Pakistan....


video.foxnews.com...=show-clips


I hate to use Fox news for a source, but a lot of this makes sense,,, I find it especially interesting where here says that Boeing says the plane is in Pakistan.


If it was a Pakistani terrorist group, the New Delhi would be the primary target I would think,,, we all know the love between Pakistan and India.... or possibly a follow up to Mumbai.
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 01:53 AM
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States could acquire a ghostplane in an easier manner.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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all those stealth military aircraft are officially useless.. f35, f22, b2 spirit..

when all this time they could have just used a boeing 777 /sarcasm



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:14 AM
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RickinVa
Gen. McInerney on why he thinks the plane may have been diverted to Pakistan....
Thanks for the link. He sounds pretty confident though I'm not sure if he's right about Pakistan, but I'm pretty sure he's right about one thing: We are not getting full disclosure and key countries have more information than they are sharing.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:04 AM
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qmantoo
It would be nice (but unlikely) to think that in the interests of finding this plane that they would release all relevant data into the public domain for us to sift through and find stuff they may have missed. It would be a "first", I admit.

Then everyone could have a poke through it and if they had any theories they could catalogue which data relates to it and how they arrived at their theory. It appears MAS could do with some help and the more minds on this problem the better...

UNLESS there is some reason why they dont want to release the data.


They don't have all the data. Malaysia can't force China or the US to give up their satellite and radar to them or the world. These countries are not willing to let everyone see their military capabilities.
That's why all Malaysia have is an unidentified plane on their radar making a turn, now backed up begrudgingly by Thailand. Their only other info is from Inmarsat, a private company that has volunteered information.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:09 AM
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GrantedBail
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.........
That plane did not crash. That plane was taken. If it was for the cargo or someone or multiple peoples aboard for their tech data they were carrying. It really doesn't matter.

You don't fugging make a 777 disappear. It is complete hogwash. They know where it is. They know why. You should be afraid. IMO.


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A 777 can easily disappear. The sea is huge, absolutely vast. The Southerly search area which is just a small part of the Indian ocean is the SIZE OF AUSTRALIA!

If the plane crashed, much of it will be underwater and maybe only small pieces would have drifted about for a few days. Imagine trying to spot these little pieces on a churning sea the size of Australia, it might just look like a plane has disappeared.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:29 AM
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IQPREREQUISITE
Dunno if uploaded here already. But this is the best theory I have read so far.

THE BEST FLIGHT 370 SCENARIO SO FAR -ATS THREAD



I agree. One of the most plausible theories. It may be that far from practising landings for nefarious purposes on his simulator, this was a captain that was always thinking about what he would do if he had to make an emergency landing.

I read a very similar theory and it also explains the captain may have chosen to head to a particular landing strip based on it being dark and having little navigation systems available.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:45 AM
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DrHammondStoat

If the plane crashed, much of it will be underwater and maybe only small pieces would have drifted about for a few days. Imagine trying to spot these little pieces on a churning sea the size of Australia, it might just look like a plane has disappeared.



Hai.

So this is why the US are using the P-8 Poseidon planes to search for any clues (or wreckage/debris) in the southern Indian Ocean. These planes are equipped with the tech to spot submarine periscopes peeking above surface....

So eagle-eyed, these planes, they would surely be able to spot a multitude of floating mangosteens, drifting in the sea like purple bhouys.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:47 AM
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Files in the home-made flight simulator recovered from the home of the missing plane’s pilot were found to have been deleted according to the Malaysian government.






He said the police were not accusing the lead pilot of the flight of any wrong-doing or to pressure any of his family members but were conducting a thorough and intensive investigation.





Extensive background checks into the pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, and his co-pilot, Fariq Abdul Hamid, have found nothing to suggest why they may have deliberately diverted the flight.





US investigators were initially denied access to the recovered flight simulator but now appeared to examined the device. US officials told CNN that nothing suspicious was discovered.


Source The Guardian



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:48 AM
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•Investigators examining the plane’s disappearance believe it flew into the southern Indian Ocean, a source told Reuters. “The working assumption is that it went south, and furthermore that it went to the southern end of that corridor,” said the source, referring to a search area stretching from west of Indonesia to the Indian Ocean west of Australia.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:52 AM
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civpop



•Investigators examining the plane’s disappearance believe it flew into the southern Indian Ocean, a source told Reuters. “The working assumption is that it went south, and furthermore that it went to the southern end of that corridor,” said the source, referring to a search area stretching from west of Indonesia to the Indian Ocean west of Australia.
We all know it went south. But did it fly south?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:52 AM
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Walked south?
Swam south?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:53 AM
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auroraaus

DrHammondStoat

If the plane crashed, much of it will be underwater and maybe only small pieces would have drifted about for a few days. Imagine trying to spot these little pieces on a churning sea the size of Australia, it might just look like a plane has disappeared.



Hai.

So this is why the US are using the P-8 Poseidon planes to search for any clues (or wreckage/debris) in the southern Indian Ocean. These planes are equipped with the tech to spot submarine periscopes peeking above surface....

So eagle-eyed, these planes, they would surely be able to spot a multitude of floating mangosteens, drifting in the sea like purple bhouys.



You and your mangosteens! You could change your pic, so that you are holding one



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:53 AM
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WoW 235 pages all topsy turvy.
Better to start believing in Philadelphia expt type of scenario.
Better late than never. My condolences to those affected though.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:54 AM
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Ha ha, swam I think :O

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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 04:05 AM
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I have been subscribed to this thread since it was about 4 to 5 pages long, I think, and have been amazed at its growth. Several pages in just a few hours. There have been a lot of really good speculations, and some not so good. But the theory of the pilot who put his two cents' worth in is pretty much what I have been thinking all along.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Only he put it into much better words than I can since I am nowhere near a pilot.
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 04:10 AM
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I have been subscribed to this thread since it was about 4 to 5 pages long, I think, and have been amazed at its growth. Several pages in just a few hours. There have been a lot of really good speculations, and some not so good. But the theory of the pilot who put his two cents' worth in is pretty much what I have been thinking all along.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Only he put it into much better words than I can since I am nowhere near a pilot.
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I actually read that yesterday and I still am not sure, I did want to ask some questions but they may have been asked or answered but ill ask my stupid questions anyway.

Could a plane travel in auto pilot for the "alleged" length of time?
Why was the flight path changed?
If it was in auto pilot (if answered yes) why was it not detected by any radars, and why is it reported that it travelled low altitude, would auto pilot not keep it to a specific altitude?

Im no expert and I have no aviation knowledge whatsoever but I just wondered about those things.

I did understand that to reduce oxygen that's why it may have been taken to 45,000 if it was a fire?? if that was the case, someone was in control of the plane to do that?? So then auto pilot was not active?
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