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

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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 09:55 PM
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Has this been posted yet?! UTTER OUTRAGE!!! Planes location PREDICTED 10 DAYS AGO!!!

abcnews.go.com...




posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 09:56 PM
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ERHMERGERD!

The satellite that may have found mh370

Meet WorldView-2, the satellite that provided Australian authorities with the images that appear to show two objects in the Indian Ocean 2500 kilometres south-west of Perth that may be related to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Launched on October 8, 2009, and owned by US satellite company DigitalGlobe, WorldView-2 provides imagery at a resolution of approximately 50 centimetres. It takes a new image of any place on earth every 1.1 days (1 day, 2 hours and 24 minutes)


Isn't this the same company doing the Tomnod crowdsource thing??? Think their shares have just gone up in price lol



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 10:44 PM
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Or at least that is the current story, likely to be another story in 5,4,3,2......



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 10:55 PM
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If there was a bomb on the plane, I cannot imagine anyone not using its discovery as a PR coup. If it was gold, then I can imagine someone would want to take it off quietly and dump the evidence. For example, there is a rumour going around that the USA does not actually have any gold in Fort Knox and so they would welcome a small fortune to replenish their stocks there.

If it was mangosteens (which we all doubt due to the cost of transportation would make them uneconomical) then no-one would say anything. How often do large quantities of fruit get shipped in passenger planes? You have to ask yourself whether an unusual cargo would not arouse suspicion even if it was "just fruit" ? We need to get hold of someone from the ground crew to find fuel quantities and cargo list.

If it was drugs, then that huge amount would be worth more than gold and anyone would do anything to hijack it and dump the evidence in the nearest deep water - which is what has alledgedly happened if they find debris from the plane in the current ocean location.

The other thing we need to ask is what would be worth so much to stop it arriving at China's Beijing airport? Someone somewhere went to a lot of trouble to create an elaborate smoke screen and confusion and the misinformation released after the event leads us to think that it is a large enough issue for all countries to be aware and want to be involved in the search. What cargo do all countries (even small ones) want so much that they join the hide-and-seek hunt for whatever was on Malaysian flight MH370 ?

What other theories are there for the 'mangosteens' ?



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 11:07 PM
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auroraaus
ERHMERGERD!

The satellite that may have found mh370

Meet WorldView-2, the satellite that provided Australian authorities with the images that appear to show two objects in the Indian Ocean 2500 kilometres south-west of Perth that may be related to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Launched on October 8, 2009, and owned by US satellite company DigitalGlobe, WorldView-2 provides imagery at a resolution of approximately 50 centimetres. It takes a new image of any place on earth every 1.1 days (1 day, 2 hours and 24 minutes)


Isn't this the same company doing the Tomnod crowdsource thing??? Think their shares have just gone up in price lol


Yup sure is... and it's the reason I refused to take part in the tomnod searching.

The article you posted ended with... "It's unclear if DigitalGlobe has any restrictions placed upon it by the US government concerning who it shares its satellite imagery with." The fact of the matter is the US Gov't has contracts for first viewing priority to all of DigitalGlobe's images, so they have already declassified and analyzed every single photo that people looked at in the crowdsourcing efforts. The people who thought they were helping the search were actually just analyzing and cataloging the declassified images for DigitalGlobe to use in their public commercial endeavors. They were never going to find anything and meanwhile DigitalGlobe is soaking up all the free publicity.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 11:08 PM
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j.r.c.b.
Has this been posted yet?! UTTER OUTRAGE!!! Planes location PREDICTED 10 DAYS AGO!!!

abcnews.go.com...




This wasn't a prediction...It was an order!



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 11:27 PM
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theabsolutetruth
reply to post by j.r.c.b.
 


Or at least that is the current story, likely to be another story in 5,4,3,2......


Agreed.
It is amazing (to me) how we can be fed a different line, one day after another...and...every new day...and, new line, is met with "Mystery Solved - just like I said it would be...".
For them (with "them" being the proverbial "They") to go to the effort/s of making such a big deal of 'this find' is highly suspicious to me.
They didn't take currents and drift into account...when sending the ships & aircraft to the first location...?
Or - they did...but...were apparently wrong...and after spending (let's see - how much would it cost you or I to Rent/Lease any-one of these ships or aircraft...for a day) a bundle on the first day of search/es, they return with zilch, saying - "Yeah - we need to readjust our calculations to account for currents & drift"....!!!!?

THEY - are not that stupid.
If THEY are...I will be filling out the application (just received in the US Mail) for Supreme Commander of the World!
Any supporters....?



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 11:35 PM
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OatDelphi
...The people who thought they were helping the search were actually just analyzing and cataloging the declassified images for DigitalGlobe to use in their public commercial endeavors. They were never going to find anything and meanwhile DigitalGlobe is soaking up all the free publicity.
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Spot On!
Do you know if they've ever given us the "locations" of the three/four satellite 'ping's' that preceded the last two?
They have them...
Why not make them public...if they really cared for...public assistance...in the search?
They simply run their data through all their "what will disclosing this affect/imply"-probabilities... So - if they've decided to release some bit/s of information to US...it's already been chewed & spewed.



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 12:07 AM
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qmantoo

What other theories are there for the 'mangosteens' ? [/quote

*raises hand*

Do you seriously want me to go there?

I got a date with Tony Robinson (Baldrick/Documentary presenter) so I don't want to be tied up with the mangosteen theories I have got going
hehehehe



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 12:25 AM
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Erm.... Forgive me but how does the plane possibly crash into the Indian Ocean "as early as two days after its disappearance?" I was under the impression the plane had only enough feul to get to Beijing plus a little extra? That's like what, 8 hours?! Get your ish together ABC!!!

Unless for some nefarious reason, someone put extra feul in the plane so they could take the scenic route to the Indian Ocean.

Really though ABC needs better reporting. Lol

Edit: Oh wait I reread it. It's just worded strange.



edit on 21-3-2014 by Asherz189 because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 01:46 AM
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Im sorry , this latest lead is BS, imo .......... Imagine all the stuff on a 777 that would be buoyant after hitting the water at 100-600MPH ! those S&R planes can see anything down to the size of a Basket ball, think of the stuff, head rests , cups , foam , life jackets , seats, the list is massive....

plus now they are sending all this military hardware down south on what Tony said!! hahahahaha .... that is # funny... because he is straight up... hahahahaha, hahahahahha



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 01:47 AM
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The hoegh st Petersburg was deployed to the debris location, yesterday I was unable to find it on any shipping tracker, I just stumbled across this from pprune, the poster says that the ship was redeployed 3 days ago, but I am not sure if that's correct as the original destination when it left mauritiusw as melbourne, anyway here it is that's the location of the ship as of yesterday so the debris will be in that area somewhere




posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 01:52 AM
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option158
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Im sorry , this latest lead is BS, imo .......... Imagine all the stuff on a 777 that would be buoyant after hitting the water at 100-600MPH ! those S&R planes can see anything down to the size of a Basket ball, think of the stuff, head rests , cups , foam , life jackets , seats, the list is massive....

plus now they are sending all this military hardware down south on what Tony said!! hahahahaha .... that is # funny... because he is straight up... hahahahaha, hahahahahha


Imagine all the things that would be boyant?

You mean like empty fuel tanks in the wing?
Like a tailplane made of bonded composites ie carbon-fibre which floats?

Life without imagination must hurt?



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 02:10 AM
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aarrghhh what?
try reading my post s l o w e r a n d y o u m a y u n d e r s t a n d i t!!...

what i was saying is that the debris field would be massive littering the sea with bits and pieces of stuff ( try think out of the square that you must live in) ( and not picking the easy items like the "tail section" )

I even reckon the drinks trolleys would float (for a while).



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 02:24 AM
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option158
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aarrghhh what?
try reading my post s l o w e r a n d y o u m a y u n d e r s t a n d i t!!...

what i was saying is that the debris field would be massive littering the sea with bits and pieces of stuff ( try think out of the square that you must live in) ( and not picking the easy items like the "tail section" )

I even reckon the drinks trolleys would float (for a while).


Not to mention luggage, escape chutes inflating. The D field would be
pretty enormous spread over 10's km's.
This is all a distraction it would appear.
I refer all back to the many coincidences which for me add up to
too many cookies for the tea cup saucer!!



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 02:35 AM
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Okay, we are out of options..Remember what the best detective in world says..

Eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth..

Well there is one possebillity left and that is...The plane was not really just a plane...it was also a submarine!!!
As we speak it is docked in one of those secret deep US underwater bases.

What it is doing there we will find out as soon as the US has admitted is there..




posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 02:59 AM
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Been following closely since day one, as many here have...I just have to vent and say this has been a ridiculous exercise in futility. I know it's a unique and tall task to find a lost jet (or is it really?), but the miscommunication, misinformation, and lack of anything concrete or urgency is just mind boggling. W-T-F???



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 03:13 AM
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They often fill up for the return journey from China as well. Check out the pprune.org website as they have lots of good info on there.



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 03:23 AM
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option158
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aarrghhh what?
try reading my post s l o w e r a n d y o u m a y u n d e r s t a n d i t!!...

what i was saying is that the debris field would be massive littering the sea with bits and pieces of stuff ( try think out of the square that you must live in) ( and not picking the easy items like the "tail section" )

I even reckon the drinks trolleys would float (for a while).


Ha-ha okay apologies.

Actually I used to cater flights in a previous job with LSG Sky Chefs and this plane would have had very heavy food carts, since they only just reached cruise and hadn't catered the pax yet. Floatation devices would possibly have escaped if the fuselage split, but then I live on Lat 45 south and the winds at Lat 40 south really do roar (effing cold too) Anything light would have scattered and as the media briefing noted heavy drifting stuff like a wing would still drift at 4-6 knots.

If the 24m long item was a main wing then sounds like it dragged a wing tip and cartwheeled into the sea, ripping off one of the wings. The B777 I understand has three fuel tanks.

My apology



posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 03:32 AM
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Nelson or dunedin ? Just guessing.




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