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reply to post by research100
I assume they're not getting any cell phone signals?
None reported (at least publicly)
Ok lets fit latest data in my outrageous conspiracy theory.
Iranians bought ticket. In order to not sound suspicious they asked for the chapest tickets.
The found out they were not on same plane or plane was not big enough for their purpose,
so they just waited and bought another ticket.
These tickets fit their goal becasue the airplane fit their size and they were all on the same plane.
Iranian perpertrators got on board with some undetectable unsuspicious salt NACN
(chemicals) and a little 5 oz botle of HCL
They wait for the plane be on autopilot. (we don't want to crash)
They poored together.
NaCN + H+ --> HCNgas + Na+ Cyanide gas.
Their gas masks protect them from dying and killed the rest.
(we read that phones can still ring, but dead people do not answer)
Maybe they needed the electronics geeks to slave for them.
Or maybe they refuel the plane to full (5000 miles action radius)
stack it full of explosives maybe nuclear. (don't hope so, but that is what they will do we know from experience)
Fly somewhere else and detonate or ram. (same thing don't hope so)
The system isn't designed to detect plane crashes....it's designed to detect rocket launches and specifically rockets capable of launching nuclear missiles. How is that done? Well one way is via infrared cameras which "see" "heat" not only from rocket launches but from other heat sources as well, like explosions, jet engine fuel burning, etc.
I don't believe for a second the US and other countries don't have ways to monitor all planes and determine if they crashed or exploded.
Another technology is infrasound, which again has the same nuclear missile launch detection intent. Being able to also detect other things like explosions is a side-effect of the technologies involving infrared light and infrasound.
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reply to post by Res Ipsa
What, they dropped to low level to avoid radar and flew to a secret airfield?
How could anyone fly a plane at that low of an altitude? It would require sorcery I imagine.
would any flat surface qualify as a "secret airfield?"
Are you personally invested in the demise of this aircraft or any of the people aboard? Are you just hung up on the difference between fact and probability?
I didn't say, nor imply that this flight and passengers are hiding from us at some Casino in Hanoi. I said stop digging graves until we have facts.
Zaphod, if they lost avionics could they still fly the plane?
MISSING MH370: Terrorism cannot be ruled out : CIA
WASHINGTON: The head of the US Central Intelligence Agency said Tuesday that terrorism could not be ruled out in the disappearance of a Malaysian airliner.
CIA Director John Brennan said there had been “some claims of responsibility” over the missing jet that had “not been confirmed or corroborated,” and that he could not exclude the possibility of a terror link.
He provided no further details, but his comment was the first reference by a US official to any alleged claim of responsibility over the jet’s fate.
When asked if he could rule out a terrorist link, Brennan said: “No, I wouldn’t rule it out.”
Brennan, the former counter-terrorism adviser to President Barack Obama, said there were many unanswered questions and it was too early to reach any conclusions about the Malaysia Airlines plane that vanished Saturday with 239 people on board after taking from Kuala Lumpur en route to Beijing.
“We are looking at it very carefully,” he said. “Clearly this is still a mystery.”
In a rare public speaking appearance, Brennan gave a speech and answered questions at an event in Washington organized by a think tank, the Council on Foreign Relations.--AFP
Read more: MISSING MH370: Terrorism cannot be ruled out : CIA - Latest - New Straits Times www.nst.com.my...