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reply to post by thenaturalist
If these events happened then why is there NO radar hits from any nations commercial or military radars.. WHY is no one coming forward with radar information ..how can a commercial plane become undetectable to RADAR... most nations airspace are protected by radar.. surely it would be really embarrassing if a commercial plane or any for that matter went undetected in someones restricted air space...????????
reply to post by QuantumEffects
Haven't participated in any thread about Malaysia's missing plane so far but followed this ongoing story from the very beginning.
I tried hard to turn off my conspiracy senses as much as I could but I no longer believe that it crashed. I read on CNN this morning that the last "ping" the satellites got was at 8:11A.M., seven and a half hours after take off.
Air traffic controllers outside Kuala Lumpur said they lost contact with the plane on March 8 at 1:30 a.m. local time, about 45 minutes after takeoff. The Prime Minister said its last communication with a satellite was at 8:11 a.m. the same day, but its precise location was unclear.
So here's what I think. They climbed at 45,000 feet right after it "disappeared", depressurized, killing all non necessary assets on board within seconds. They then went down to 23,000 feet, changed course, flew for over seven hours, landed and are now modifying this aircraft.
I believe we are at the beginning stages of a terrible attack and that they will use this plane as a weapon, possibly nuclear. A few warheads went missing way back, didn't they?
I feel for the families of those poor souls missing as it would drive me crazy to have someone I know aboard that flight.
I now truly believe that we haven't seen the end of Flight MH370 just yet. And the worse is yet to come.
/tinfoil hat off.
I am very very worried about this forthcoming attack.I live in America in Washington.What can we do to stop this attack.
Should citizens gather and post lookouts? Should we bury ourselves into deep cellers and mineshafts?
Should congress be re-located to a deep mountain range for safety?
The President go into a nuclear bunker?
Should we attack and invade Malaysia as they were responsible for letting 2 stolen Iranian passport holders on board.We have 2 dozen aircraft carriers.Should they try to fire missiles into the air hoping for a lucky shot at the Iranian hijackers?
I am very worried why military radars cannot pick it up.Do you think they maybe have painted it with stealth paint?
edit on 15-3-2014 by championoftruth because: extreme worry.
Does Anyone Know If This Occurred Near Any Of The Infamous Triangles
Why? Do any of the 'infamous triangles' sequentially shut off transponders and GPS systems then divert the aircraft to another heading?
Why highjack a fellow Muslim airline. Malaysia is a Muslim country. Surely, if it was Iranian highjackers they target a western airline.
Two Iranians with stolen passports were on-board and anyone doubted that it was a hijacking?
Come on, it's like something right out of a Clancy novel.
reply to post by K-PAX-PROT
MAYBE someone on board had a radar jammer. That could explain why it disappeared and has not been found. Lets say it was a chip in a cell phone, that could jam radar. Turned it on and vanished, we know there are plenty of different people on board who could have developed or been given the technology. Not only the tech nerds, but also various religions that hate the US, and IRANIANS.edit on 3/15/14 by SixX18 because: (no reason given)
If these events happened then why is there NO radar hits from any nations commercial or military radars...
The use of primary radar requires a great deal of signal power, because objects further from the antenna will reflect or send back a weak signal. At longer distances from the antenna, radar becomes unreliable as a way to determine aircraft position with only reflected signals. Increasing amounts of air traffic in the 20th century created a need for other aircraft positioning systems.
Beginning in the 1960s, aircraft began using transponders to assist in air traffic control. A transponder is both a receiver and a transmitter, which receives the radar signal from the primary radar and sends back a signal containing aircraft identification, altitude and speed information. This so-called secondary radar improves the aircraft position accuracy, because the transponder is powered by the aircraft and sends out a stronger signal than a primary radar signal. source