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reply to post by Nochzwei
Also, where did I state that it landed on an unlit rural road?
Hasn't that been the question at the end of every debate on this flight? If it was terrorism, why hasn't anyone come forward? Why haven't any groups claimed anything? If it was pilot murder/suicide, what was the reason and claim? I agree there have no claims, there has been no evidence of a crash either. Could this be the work of Mossad, bojinka plot, or those chinese terrorists group who did come forward but were dismissed? It's been a month and all we know is that the plane took off, flew for almost 2 hrs and vanished. No evidence of a crash or anything else. Oh Lord, it looks like I'm ranting to you. I'm sorry
Just really frustrated at that a whole plane is missing, people are missing and they keep giving bull news after news.
Many suicides (estimates range from 30% to 80%) are impulsive, with just minutes or an hour elapsing between the time a person decides upon suicide and when he or she commits the act.
After a death by suicide survivors want to know why their loved one has died, but fewer than half of those who take their own lives leave a suicide note. Some studies put the figure as low as 15%
“Many people who commit suicide do so without letting on they are thinking about it or planning it,” says Dr. Michael Miller, assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Although much work has been carried out in order to refine and expand the known precursors to suicide, this study has shown that people do take their own lives in the absence of such overt precursors.
reply to post by Mikeultra
In that case it's going to lead to things related to the New World Order or world war 3 or something related to the U.S. drowning in debt or the bankers who are suddenly dying or Crimea? This deserves a whole new thread and I've read a lot of your posts on this and I commend you Mikeultra
Sometimes people just flip and act-out immediately and swiftly w/o precursors or suicidal elucidations of any sort.
Everyday about 7000+ commercial flights fly but why this particular one?
99.99% of the time this would be due to Possession...
reply to post by sy.gunson
Because on 8 March 2014 Venus was a morning star visible in the east and in fact I saw Venus that same morning myself and it was a star, not a burning aeroplane, but Mike Mckay saw the aircraft burning high in the sky to the west. Venus was in the east.
There were multiple witnesses in the Maldives who witnessed 'a low flying jumbo' within the flight time of MH 370's fuel tank allowance. That sighting was the other side of Malaysia and heading towards Africa not Australia.
Flying north to south you forgot to mention... not east to west and two Government radar stations on the Maldives said it was not seen on their radar
Just because it was not on their radar, does not mean it wasn't there, planes can fly under the radar.
Multiple witnesses surely beat a single witness. But funnily enough you don't mention them since they are not helping your argument it crashed in the Southern Indian Ocean.
I am well aware of that sighting but there was no radar confirmation and no positive identification including no witness recalled seeing the words Malaysian which are very prominent on the lost aircraft. Therefore you have not yet proved that it wasn't some other aircraft.
How do we know the "aircraft" the one single witness saw burning wasn't any other aircraft or something else?