Update: Malaysian military now reveals that the plane reappeared elsewhere

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posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 02:27 AM
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Perfect disinformation if the plane was actually headed in the opposite direction into the South China Sea...




posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 03:42 AM
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Tons of Psy-op, co-intel bad attempt.... Speculation!

There is only one big question and nothing more: WHERE IS THE PLANE?



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 12:40 PM
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If there was a different program with more of a zoom function, however that being said im with you, however with that being said, logically the plane wouldn't be just floating there in one piece like that. It would have been long since sunk.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 11:56 AM
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No, that simply would not work mate. Solid objects gets seen, you cant send a signal back to the source that makes it appear invisible. If you did, that would be Electronic Warfare, and in the very real procedure of 'blocking' a radar signal, you loose the whole display picture entirely, to which a commanding officer, would say, where is that signal coming from and capoosh, got you. ET's (Electronic Warfare Specialists) also pick up on what radar the craft is using, so they can determine, what they are, even without a traditional Pulse Doppler radar sweep. Its passive radar, Overt is sweeping, Covert is picking up incoming signals, without giving away your position by sweeping with your own radar.

To put it simply, if you get 'sweeped' you cant hide. With any luck, you can make your 5,300 tonnes warship look like a fishing vessel. In the air, similar, but then you have speed, behavior, IFF. You can block a signal, but that can be traced, the only reason you would do this is if you where trying to hide a MVU (Most Valuable Unit)
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posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 05:34 PM
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Skyfloating


In a strange twist, Malaysia's military believes it tracked the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 by radar over the Strait of Malacca, far from where it last made contact with civilian air traffic control over the Gulf of Thailand.A military source confirmed with Reuters that the Boeing 777-200ER with 239 on board changed course and made it to the other side of the Malay peninsula."It changed course after Kota Baru and took a lower altitude. It made it into the Malacca Strait," the military official, who has been briefed on investigations, told Reuters.

Update: Malaysian military now reveals that the plane reappeared elsewhere

The gist of the story is that one hour after it disappeared it reappeared on military radar over the island of Pulau Perak.

After disappearing, the plane changed course, apparently having turned off its transponder and tracking equipment. So there is actually a chance that it did crash into the ocean but may have been hijacked. The mystery deepens.

Additional Source: Reuters
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I wonder why this isnt being talked about more in the news. regarding the fact the tracking device we deactivated.



posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 05:37 PM
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Very good.






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