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In reality, the plane should be tons easier to find as i`m those reports include location data, considering altitude was include......be able to point direction and during those four hours............if `they` really wished us to know, they would release the raw data to overlay and allow some real number crunching for probable locations.......
The Wall Street Journal first reported that U.S. investigators suspect that the engines kept running for up to four more hours after the plane reached its last known location. The paper later corrected its report to say that this belief was based on satellite data, not signals from monitoring systems embedded in the plane’s Rolls-Royce engines. The Malaysian government denied the initial report.
One senior administration official said the data showing the plane engines running hours after contact was lost came from the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, or ACARS, a way that planes maintain contact with ground stations through radio or satellite signals. The official said Malaysian authorities shared the flight data with the administration.
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I personally keep returning to the 20 people onboard that worked with "cloaking" capabilities.
WHO would want that technology? WHO would be able to utilize it when they had it? And WHAT do they want it for?
p.s. Good to see ya WC!