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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:20 AM
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Radar-tracking evidence showed the missing Malaysia Airlines plane was deliberately flown towards India's Andaman Islands, it has been reported.

Nearly a week after the airliner disappeared with 239 people on board, sources have told Reuters news agency the plane was flown towards the small chain of islands in the Indian Ocean.

The islands lie to the west of the South China Sea, where the Beijing-bound plane last made contact about an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur.

Missing Plane 'Flown Towards Andaman Islands'

So now we have a general direction of which the plane was heading...towards the Andaman Islands.

I'm not sure what's at the Andaman Islands, but further beyond, we have India and well...the Middle East...

I still maintain that the plane was hijacked. But by whom and for what, remains to be seen.

Daas.




posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:24 AM
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How many times are these bufoons going to change the story.

This has gone from intresting to boring in a short period of time.

Andaman's and Indian navy base..
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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:35 AM
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daaskapital


Radar-tracking evidence showed the missing Malaysia Airlines plane was deliberately flown towards India's Andaman Islands, it has been reported.

Nearly a week after the airliner disappeared with 239 people on board, sources have told Reuters news agency the plane was flown towards the small chain of islands in the Indian Ocean.

The islands lie to the west of the South China Sea, where the Beijing-bound plane last made contact about an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur.

Missing Plane 'Flown Towards Andaman Islands'

So now we have a general direction of which the plane was heading...towards the Andaman Islands.

I'm not sure what's at the Andaman Islands, but further beyond, we have India and well...the Middle East...

I still maintain that the plane was hijacked. But by whom and for what, remains to be seen.

Daas.


I'm not sure that it had the fuel to reach the Middle East. The Andamans is interesting though. This whole thing is getting odder by the hour. Does anyone else think that the Malaysian Government hasn't exactly covered itself with glory in the handling of this whole thing?


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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:35 AM
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I fail to see how this story has become boring. Look at the things we are hearing from various sources about this incident.

First, the aircraft appeared to have totally vanished. Then it was revealed that it changed course. There is speculation amongst the people involved in the multi national effort to locate the aircraft, that it's communications systems were shut down by deliberate means, rather than mere accident. Now we are hearing that the plane was headed toward a remote set of islands.

The passengers include at least two persons who were traveling with fake documentation, supposedly asylum seekers headed for pastures new, and twenty or so technical specialists who may have been contracted to the US government research and development groups, aiming to create some sort of cloaking system for the military.

These are the most interesting points, gleaned from the many threads on this subject which have sprung up since the plane first went dark. I fail to see how any event which results in this much mystery, can possibly be referred to as boring.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:37 AM
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The way this thing is going, by about Sunday, we should have some ''radar data indicating'' that it flew due south to _______.

It's like detectives omitting certain facts that only the killer would know in order to weed out the loons, only more intensive. That or a steady disinfo campaign.

I think it crashed but they still want to see if they can use this somehow. 'They' and 'what', I have no idea, but why waste a crisis, as sad as that is to say.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:39 AM
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It's really hard to take anything the "officials" say to heart since the "officials" can't seem to agree on anything themselves. It doesn't help that a lot of media is reporting speculation as fact.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:48 AM
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Regarding the way that the Malaysian government have handled this, I think it is fair to say that until we find out the particular nature of how the planes communications gear was rendered inoperative, who was behind it, where the plane went, and so on and so forth, it would be somewhat unfair to lambast the Malaysian government over much.

It seems pretty clear to me, that there is, as of yet, much that we do not understand about this incident, and until we know much more, we will not be in a position to accurately assess how well or badly, the Malaysian government have handled this. Information is still coming in, so perhaps it would be best to give the Malaysians the benefit of the doubt, until we have better, or more data.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:57 AM
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how long does an runway has to be just for landing an 777 ....ignore an take off distance...



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 06:08 AM
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ressiv
how long does an runway has to be just for landing an 777 ....ignore an take off distance...




The Boeing 777-300, at MTOW (Maximum Takeoff Weight), needs a runway that is 11,200 ft long; at MLW (Maximum Landing Weight), needs a runway that is 8,100 ft long.


planes.findthebest.com...



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 06:10 AM
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ressiv
how long does an runway has to be just for landing an 777 ....ignore an take off distance...


Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 would need 7, 998 ft for takeoff, and 5, 098 ft for landing.

planes.findthebest.com...



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 06:16 AM
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That plane could be any where by now even more than 4 hours away. It could of landed some where and refueled we need to be checking all these avenues and not assume it has crashed.

There could be a big reason for conflicting reports off officials too for the reason to cause confusion to the hi jackers.
Like playing Checkers really.
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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 06:41 AM
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The Andamans is interesting though.


highly geo-strategic place (gate to Indian Ocean facing Burma -in bed with china), flooded with indian navy, very tiny airport in port blair (capital) & then rain forest & beaches all over the islands which are mostly closed to indians and any visitor (tribal lands).

No place to land nowhere.

so no it's not interesting because it doesn't make any sense whatsoever unless you suggest the plane was hijacked by indian army which doesn't make any sense either.

however if flying at low altitude in this area & not responding, chances would be very high that it would be taken down by indian navy really really fast. They are very serious about this area because of that geo-strategic importance.

(nb:have spent many month on those islands, not posting out of wikipedia)
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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 06:53 AM
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TrueBrit
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I fail to see how this story has become boring. Look at the things we are hearing from various sources about this incident.

First, the aircraft appeared to have totally vanished. Then it was revealed that it changed course. There is speculation amongst the people involved in the multi national effort to locate the aircraft, that it's communications systems were shut down by deliberate means, rather than mere accident. Now we are hearing that the plane was headed toward a remote set of islands.

The passengers include at least two persons who were traveling with fake documentation, supposedly asylum seekers headed for pastures new, and twenty or so technical specialists who may have been contracted to the US government research and development groups, aiming to create some sort of cloaking system for the military.

These are the most interesting points, gleaned from the many threads on this subject which have sprung up since the plane first went dark. I fail to see how any event which results in this much mystery, can possibly be referred to as boring.


Brit, it's become boring thanks to the huge amount of BS thats being put in the paper every day.
They went west.
They went east.
No, now we know it was Nort North East..

The iranians are just a front to takes peoples eyes and mins away from something else..what i dont know, but the photoshopped photo of them in the airport was childishly done, just as with the london bombers.

They arnt giving us anything new except stories at 09.00am that they rebuke at 10.00am then change the first story again at 12.00am..



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:23 AM
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andy1972
How many times are these bufoons going to change the story.

This has gone from intresting to boring in a short period of time.

Andaman's and Indian navy base..
edit on AM5Fri20141972 by andy1972 because: (no reason given)
had to give you a star for that. Now they definitively know the direction? The India Ocean thing is the simple answer for them to dispose of the issue for now. It's that simple.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:28 AM
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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:32 AM
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Bilk22

andy1972
How many times are these bufoons going to change the story.

This has gone from intresting to boring in a short period of time.

Andaman's and Indian navy base..
edit on AM5Fri20141972 by andy1972 because: (no reason given)
had to give you a star for that. Now they definitively know the direction? The India Ocean thing is the simple answer for them to dispose of the issue for now. It's that simple.


Bilk, even a broken clock's right TWICE a day...

If you throw enough rocks at a window you'll hit it....

Its like playing batteships, they're firing at coordinates one at a time hoping they'll hit it because really they havn't got a damn clue where it is...
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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:34 AM
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Yes, yes they are. Does that not interest you? Does that not make you wonder what the real purpose of all this is? Does it not pique your interest in the least, that what could just as easily have been passed off as a case of an airliner vanishing, has now been poked at, prodded, adulterated and obfuscated to this degree?

I look at it this way. When an aircraft ditches in the sea, with the loss of all souls, it is tragic. When an airliner simply vanishes without trace, it is strange, and sad. But when an aircraft goes missing, and then all this information/disinformation is released, muddying the waters, you have to assume that SOMETHING of significance is going on. Someone is going to great lengths, to put out all these conflicting data points, an effort which would be totally wasteful, unless there is some motive behind it.

Are they trying to use a totally innocent ditching as an excuse to send surveillance operations close to some objective, of which we are unaware, and covering the effort with involvement in this search? Was the plane hijacked, or was it, and its entire compliment of passengers and crew, part of some elaborate scheme to fake the deaths of certain passengers, so that they could go about their business in secrecy? Are those aboard dead or alive? Were there really people on the aircraft? There are all manner of potential outcomes, and indeed narratives, which could be applied to the incident as we know of it, but I think the efforts to confuse the issue are as interesting as the actual disappearance of this aircraft.

Reading between the lines, SOMETHING is going on, and that is all one can say for sure. What, how, and who is responsible however, remain a mystery, and there is nothing quite as intriguing as a mystery!



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:35 AM
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I find it really hard to believe that two Iranians (both under the age of 30) would have the skills to pull off a hijack of this magnitude. If it does, in fact, turn out to be a hijack, there absolutely has to be an insider...be it a pilot or another passenger on board WITH the knowledge of how to fly such a large plane under radar without the proper equipment (which is much more difficult than you'd think in a civilian airliner)




Military pilots are trained to take advantage of this [flying under radar] when they need to sneak into a country undetected. But those aircraft also have terrain-evading radar and other features meant to help fighter and helicopter pilots hug the ground, noted aviation consultant Keith Wolzinger of the Spectrum Group. Understandably, Boeing doesn't offer that feature on its commercial airliners. "Airline pilots are not trained for radar avoidance," said Wolzinger, himself a former 777 pilot. "We like to be on radar." Also, unlike military craft, civilian airliners don't have gear to detect when they've been spotted on radar. So any effort to go undetected would be difficult and undoubtedly harrowing.

SOURCE

I did read that Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah might have had a self-built flight simulator in him home, but that doesn't mean anything. I'm sure many pilots have flight simulators that they regularly use. But, I don't want to rule out that he might have been planning something nefarious. As of right now, anything's possible.
SOURCE



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:38 AM
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andy1972

Bilk22

andy1972
How many times are these bufoons going to change the story.

This has gone from intresting to boring in a short period of time.

Andaman's and Indian navy base..
edit on AM5Fri20141972 by andy1972 because: (no reason given)
had to give you a star for that. Now they definitively know the direction? The India Ocean thing is the simple answer for them to dispose of the issue for now. It's that simple.


Bilk, even a broken clock's right TWICE a day...

If you throw enough rocks at a window you'll hit it....

Its like playing batteships, they're firing at coordinates one at a time hoping they'll hit it because really they havn't got a damn clue where it is...
edit on AM5Fri20141972 by andy1972 because: (no reason given)
Well the first part is 100% correct
The last part? Well I don't believe they are that incompetent
Someone else pointed out what should be obvious to us all - that part of the world is under a microscope 24/7. They can see a new pimple develop on a terrorist/enemy in real time. So for them to play this Keystone cop routine, is really ridiculous.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 07:44 AM
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At minimum weight [burn off most of the fuel & toss out a few passengers] the 777 can be landed on a 3500 ft runway. That means most anywhere.

I have a cousin that was a transport pilot.





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