Heh. Well, that guy can presume what he wants, anyone who's used FlightRadar for more than 10 minutes will know it throws up strange flight path lines
and plane positions all the time. I would never take what you see on flightradar24 literally. So I don't really want to discuss that video, I think
it's manipulating the facts for gains as much as it claims FlightRadar24 is.
That said, I've only got my own theories to go on too - and much to the sanity of others I too give MH370 and a UFO some credence. Things have been
boiling up and this feels connected in some way. Whether it's aliens "FU" at our recent Russia vs America vs the world tantrum, whether it's because
they need to get a message across (as some say, the variety of nations, the passenger manifest etc - pretty good bunch of people to educate in the
realism of ET) as whacko as it all seems it's definitely still on the table. And, plausible. Not to everyone, not to the majority of people, but I see
it as such.
Too many little boxes aren't being ticked. It's similar to Flight 447 but it's also very dissimilar.
The space where the plane came down is fairly small, it's about 100-200 mile crossing, that's not much at all. It's flight route has been pinned down,
there should be a tail section or something floating if it genuinly came down, and that should have been spotted within 3 days. If it hit the water
hard, it would've broken up in some degree, even just a small amount. If it didn't hit hard, people surely would have tried their phones, and an
emergency evacuation would've been attempted.
If it was hijacked, quite how in this day and age they managed to disable a plane full of phones, radio coms and such is baffling. In this day and
age, I just can't imagine two men trying to take over a plane being given half the chance by 230 other people. Let alone all the security for getting
into the cockpit, so the only alternative hijack situation IMO is that it is related to the co-pilot because he'd have all the inside knowledge.
The only logical scenario I can think of right now is this: Co-pilot kills pilot. Co-pilot turns off transponders etc. Co-pilot disables oxygen in
cabin. Co-pilot uses oxygen bottle and captains oxygen bottle to proceed somewhere, or possibly reconnect oxygen flow back into the cabin, not sure if
people would all be dead or not :/ It's a horrible scenario, but really what else is possible?
So that leaves us with UFO. And I for one know these things do fly around in our airspace and even at the altitude MH370 would've been at or near,
why? Cos of things like this, closer to home incidents:
Pilot of an Airbus
nearly hit by UFO at 34,000ft
and seeing the damned things! They are going to hit a plane someday. Or they are going to do whatever they do when they hit a plane, save it,
dimensionalize it - I don't know what they do. We only hear of reports about when they pass extremely close and scare the crap out of the flight
crews, WHAT happens when (if) they actually intercept??
It may seem ridiculous and pointless to think about these things, but disappearing planes is not a "joke" nor is them nearly being hit by UFO things.
It's a real phenomena that's occurring out there and so it's only ever a matter of time before one or the other actually happen in such a manner that
we notice it. Now it's happened, one of the most sofisticated airlines in the sky has disappeared, with no wreckage found, not by 40 ships, 20 planes,
thousands of folks looking at satellite imagery on tomnod.... nothing...
And with planes it's very interesting, because if you go and try and muddle the facts, the truth almost always comes out. They won't be able to lie
about this one, not with the varied nations involved, not with the technology involved. So if it turns out it was "taken", they're going to have to
come clean about it. That's not to say they aren't fathoming up a cover-up, planting some wreckage and working with the US of A to make sure aliens
secret is kept safe - but for now all I want to know is "where is it". Why the heck is one of the most un-lose-able planes in a fairly un-lose-able
And of course, VALENTICH.
PS. You'll notice even MSM can't hold it's tongue and is sticking up articles about previous mysterious plane disappearances such as Bermuda Triangle.
Though they never mention Valentich...
PPS. With the release of Non-Stop and now this, the commercial aviation industry is taking a beating this month!!
PPPS. I guess someone has to take that "its aliens" stance...
edit on 12-3-2014 by markymint because: spelling