posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 03:13 AM
I'm really intrigued by all the theories and have to admit I kinda, sorta lean toward the landing in China theory. Maybe it's just hope that those
folks are still alive....but it was also the first report so it has stuck in my mind. What I can't seem to find via Google is whether or not Nanming
has an airport that would allow this plane to land. There is an international airport in the general vicinity apparently so I'd guess it could have
landed there but it's just a wild guess from what I think I saw on wiki. Of course I didn't see anything about a military airport there so I still
have many questions about the possibilities.
I did a bit of research about terrorist attacks where those responsible didn't take responsibility. According to an article I found upon searching
for instances of "unclaimed" terror attacks, only a relative few attacks are actually claimed by the perps.
hope that site is an acceptable link, if not Mods please remove.
"If the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on Saturday was an act of terrorism, the perpetrators remain unknown. Authorities have
dismissed the only claim of responsibility: an email from an obscure group called the Chinese Martyrs’ Brigade. How many acts of terrorism go
Most of them. Credible perpetrators claimed responsibility for only 14 percent of the more than 45,000 terrorist acts that have occurred since 1998,
according to the University of Maryland’s Global Terrorism Database. (The database defines terrorism as “the threatened or actual use of illegal
force and violence by a nonstate actor to attain a political, economic, religious, or social goal through fear, coercion, or intimidation.”) Even
the majority of attacks on airports and airplanes appear to have gone unclaimed."
Would it have been possible that the plane dropped below radar (after the transponders were turned off) and flew there until it got to Chinese air
space then landed as planned by the hijackers? I understand that flying under the radar is more difficult and would require more fuel but it appears
that they would have had the fuel to get there even under the radar.
Yes, this "landing in Nanming" theory pretty much seems to require the pilots to be in on the scheme---unless there were more faked passports on the
plane than we've been told about---which wouldn't really surprise me at this point. Who would be surprised by anything at this point?
I'm just dazed by all the possibilities. So I'm doing my best to hold onto good thoughts but after all this time it's getting hard to imagine a
happy ending to this incident.