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reply to post by UKGuy1805
That whole south china region has a lot of strategic posts, and a plane goes missing vanishes without a trace and there is no international precedent in place for how the 20 or so countries will work effectively together searching the area that overlaps with strategic restricted military areas. Makes you wonder for sure if there is more to this than simply a plane having a mechanical mal function and ditching into sea.
reply to post by smurfy
I would like to know how these Malaysian Airlines people or Malaysian government people can say that none of the passengers owned a modern smart phone with gps. I find that hard to believe, even though I have no mobile phone. How do they know that? Do they question passengers before boarding, and ask if they have gps phones? They are lying...
Can someone provide a source to the comments regarding no passengers had modern smartphones? I haven't seen or heard that anywhere. Not calling it necessarily bunk, but a source would be nice.
Now if that is, (as someone earlier put it) "unequivocally" verified to be stated by Malaysian Officials, I would then have to agree that it's a Cow-Manure claim.
I'm not into the whole Freescale idea, but even I have to think that anyone who is travelling around the world, doing work for their technology company, is certainly going to have a modern smartphone (Blackberry/Android/Iphone etc..) just for email purposes alone.
edit on 3-4-2014 by OatDelphi because: spelling/grammar
I am sick of their cliches, needle in a haystack, haystack on a farm, and they have no idea where the farm is...
I read a very tiny article in the 04/02/2014 N.Y. Daily News that was buried on page 10. This was the only article regarding the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. In reading this I see my prediction is coming true about this incidents main purpose was to push the airline industry to buy new live streaming data systems by way of government mandate. I think it's possible that there is really no MH370 aircraft that's missing. This is a huge con job. Here is the article. I suggest people read about the International Air Transport Association and Tony Tyler and his connection with Montreal, Canada. Canada is where the FLYHT company is located which manufactures the new satellite data systems.
It would be interesting if Tony Tyler of the International Air Transport Association has any connections with FLYHT or any other company that is manufacturing the new live streaming data systems that he is working on getting airlines mandated to install on all aircraft! Yes Tony, there is disbelief that a 777 can disappear without a trace! flyht.com...
I was highly skeptical when I heard the directed deployment of the Ocean Shield with the underwater search tech onboard, before they had found even a single piece of wreckage.
It will look very suspicious if the Ocean Shield just sails to it's first destination, drops the ping locator, and immediately finds the wreckage. If that happens I would have to, at the very least, start to entertain the idea that maybe Australia shot the plane down before it was able to enter their airspace.
Usually investigators have a more positive attitude regarding the outcome of their investigation of an incident. Something like, "We will find out what happened!" Not this time. These Malaysians are telling everybody right now that they are never going to tell you anything! That means this is a farce.
"Investigations may go on and on and on. We have to clear every little thing," Khalid said. "At the end of the investigations, we may not even know the real cause. We may not even know the reason for this incident."edit on 3-4-2014 by Mikeultra because: (no reason given)
I think the Malaysian government are the scapegoats by default.
Never under estimate the extremes greedy people will go to in order to accomplish their goals. Connecting the dots from article to article...
" Planes will be able to fly closer together, take more direct routes and avoid delays caused by airport “stacking” as planes wait for an open runway."
You would think the 1000ft vertical separation is dodgy enough as it is. There have been so many near-misses reported lately, and likely more unreported, never mind a rogue airplane losing itself.
ON MH370 though, I still wonder if there is data searching going on, for any satellite that could have picked the plane up at the time, in visual or infrared, and if not why not?
It also begs the question, if the military has all the super-duper stuff, is civil aviation working with hand-me-downs? Sounds simplistic, I know, but the military does blow a lot about what they have, and what they can do, and what is happening here? a lot of people chewing gum, and working hard on cartoons. It's not fair on all those relatives. And what about the phones? We have been told unequivically that no passenger had a GPS phone, that might be true, but where did that info come from? If it is not true, there could an unknown number of points of information in those phones, all depending on when they were last used, the GPS phone knows where it is when searching. Apple records the movements, and if any Iphone was used or tracked, then someone knows where the plane was.
the plane is on land somewhere
very interesting theory check this out
www.youtube.com...edit on 4-4-2014 by robbon2004 because: (no reason given)
Anwar, who recently had his acquittal on sodomy charges overturned in what he claims is a political smear, said he was "baffled" why the sophisticated Marconi radar system that he authorised as finance minister in 1994 had failed to immediately detect the plane's deviation.
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He described it as "not only unacceptable but not possible, not feasible" that it could travel across "at least four" Malaysian provinces undetected, adding: "I believe the government knows more than us".
"We don't have the sophistication of the United States or Britain but still we have the capacity to protect our borders," he stressed.
The radar system, based near the South China Sea, covers mainland Malaysia.
Anwar defended the aircraft's pilot, 53-year-old Zaharie Ahmad Shah, who is also a personal friend and a member of his political party.
"If you say or suggest that the pilot may have been involved, what about the concealing (of information)?" he told the Telegraph.
"He could not have concealed the radar readings. He could not have instructed the air force to remain completely silent."
Anwar was sentenced to five years in jail just hours before MH370 took off after a Court of Appeals panel sided with a government challenge to his 2012 acquittal on charges he sodomised a male former aide. He is currently on bail.
Can't see that happening while all the floating and flying military hardware from several different nations is out there. They could never get the large pieces of the plane into position. Not easily at least. If this is a coverup, then TPTB are already taking the easy way out all down the line.