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OK, we're heading into the third week of the search. Even on mythbusters, they managed to find a needle in a haystack within a day. With the tech and information that we have (especially info that has not been shared), I truly believe that the wreck would have been found by now - and indeed it may have but we're not meant to know. Since even after all this time there's just a bunch of disinfo, I can't believe that the plane just had a plain mechanical failure and crashed. If that becomes the official conclusion, then it's definitely a cover up.
And if the plane did not crash, as I feel the plane was redirected manually, it really seems plausible that it either flew north to Pakistan, Western Asia, westward to Africa / Maldives / Diego Garcia. With all the satellites we have up there, I just can't imagine they haven't sifted through photos of these key areas on those dates and identified what happened. This has all got to be a big deception...friggin' ridiculous.
reply to post by thetruth2014
Where is the air force base in christchurch? It's not running out of wigram anymore. So I'm guessing it'd just be running out of the christchurch international airport? I live in riccarton (pretty much a suburb or two over, not far at all) and ive seen a lot more jet type planes leaving the area of the airspace. I dont know if this is just search related though.
reply to post by bbracken677
The debunking of the 'fire' theory by pilots.
'MOST PLAUSIBLE' theory MH370 caught fire DEBUNKED by other pilots
KUALA LUMPUR - A pilot’s premise that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing due to a fire onboard was again shot down by another aviator, who said the “plausible” did not gel with available fact and aviation practice.
Writing to news website Business Insider to challenge the hypothesis put forward by pilot Chris Goodfellow that the Beijing-bound plane was lost to a fire, the commercial pilot said reactions of those flying the plane was not consistent conflagration on the plane.
Full article: www.malaysia-chronicle.com...:most-plausible-theory-mh370-caught-fire-debunked-by-other-pilots&Itemid= 2#ixzz2webIKtoA
The retired General on Fox News is saying the plane landed in Lahore, Pakistan with the knowledge and assistance of the Pakistan government. He said they cooperate with terrorists, it's not unheard of. And he said he can't reveal all that he knows of course.
A round trip from Kuala Lumpur to Diego Garcia is 4276 miles. That might account for the 4444 extra miles listed on the MH130 trip that 9M-MRO made from Kuala Lumpur to Auckland on 01/23/2014. Then they left off the mileage on the return to Kuala Lumpur.
The airport is omitted it travelled to auckland and then there is no flight from auckland . There is also no stated info from deperature point hence looks like a crew only flight. Maybe not a smoking gun but a very interesting piece of information where cargo could be planted of significance and big enough time gap for retrofitting the plane or sabotage.
It travelled to auckland as a cabin crew flight on January 23rd 2014 ...the only time since the planes inception it had travelled there...test run sabotage in auckland by one of the crew members ? No return flight one way
Since I am inexperienced with using these two sites please can you advise when it next appears and had you though about the possibility it may have been booked in for maintenance with Air NZ's heavy maintenance base at Auckland?
Air NZ also operates the B777 and hence it may have arrived one day and stayed for a scheduled check and flown out a day or two later. The distance which you mentioned is roughly double the distance from Kuala Lumpur to Auckland.
reply to post by Ivar_Karlsen
Would flight mh370 have enough fuel to reach the Christchurch air force base ? The u.s base immune to new zealand law and part of cia intelligence gathering with rumors of a nuke base.
As fuel in parts of China is insanely expensive they were most likely tankering, so they might have had enaugh fuel for that.
After having consulted my manuals:, they might have had up to 12 hours worth of fuel if they were tankering.
Our B777's were the ,300ER With GE90 engines, the fuel capacity on the .200 ER is pretty much the same.edit on 21-3-2014 by Ivar_Karlsen because: (no reason given)edit on 21-3-2014 by Ivar_Karlsen because: (no reason given)
thetruth2014 Would flight mh370 have enough fuel to reach the Christchurch air force base ? The u.s base immune to new zealand law and part of cia intelligence gathering with rumors of a nuke base.
reply to post by sy.gunson
That is a lie and is also a personal attack which is contrary to ATS T&C. Just because people don't believe theories you do, isn't an excuse for attacking.
And if I choose to disbelieve certain theories I WILL, regardless of YOUR irrelevant opinion.
"theabsolutetruth" only cherry picks those sightings she wants to acknowledge and maintains the rest are bogus
BREAKING NEWS: China says it has located a large 30m-long object in the Indian Ocean on day three of the search for missing MH370
Chinese authorities have found a large piece of debris during the search for missing flight MH370, Malaysia's transport minister said today
Hishammuddin Hussein said Chinese satellites had located an unknown object measuring 30m long by 22m wide in the remote southern Indian Ocean area where searches have been concentrated.
He made the announcement after being handed a handwritten notes during a daily press conference on updates in the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines airliner.
He gave no further information, except to say that Chinese authorities would make an official announcement 'in a couple of hours'.
reply to post by auroraaus
Heheh I saw we posted at the same time. Good job! Hope we finally get some resolution to this.
Of course, I am expecting people to say
1. The Chinese had it all along and planted it
2. The Chinese had it all along and already had it on the ship and are just pretending to go pick it up.
New Delhi has said it does not want the Chinese warships to be "sniffing around" Indian maritime territories under the pretext of searching for the jetliner's wreckage.