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Objects found in Malaysia Airlines search

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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 04:53 AM
Case in point...

Within minutes of the OP's post there are already heavily starred replies screaming "plant...planted evidence!". Heck, they don't even know if it's even wreckage yet and already people are dismissing it.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 04:55 AM
reply to post by linda1mom

Just post your coordinates and information already !!!! bleeding hell, you've been asking the same question since the 17th !!! What you waiting for !!!

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:15 AM

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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:15 AM

Case in point...

Within minutes of the OP's post there are already heavily starred replies screaming "plant...planted evidence!". Heck, they don't even know if it's even wreckage yet and already people are dismissing it.

I'd say pretty much the same thing myself ...

1. On the day of the disappearance, a chinese satellite takes an image of wreckage where the plane was supposedly
2. A week later, this image was shown to the public, along with seizmic notation in the same area (impact)
3. The day after the above, this information is "put under the table" and the search takes a dramatic change to the indian ocean (without so much as a mention of the chinese find).
4. A weak after this, there suddenly appears the some (probably the same) "wreckage" as on the chinese satellite in the indian ocean.

It's got the word "planted" all over it ...

Why ...

Because the chinese said, that Malaysian or other had "shot the plane down" after they noticed it changed route. And if that was the case, you'd have a major international incident with China.

So, scenario changed ... it wasn't shot down, it went out of fuel and crashed ...

Now the Chinese have no one to blame it on and no reason for escalations in relations between China and "alleyed friendly" puppets in the middle east.

Are you reading me?

edit on 20/3/2014 by bjarneorn because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:34 AM
The pilot has his own simulator and yet he wiped his computer. So either mad or planning something illegal.

The planes transponder was switched off meaning nobody knew where it was including people on the plane.

The plane flew erratically to-from different altitudes.

Debris found at the limit of the planes travelling distance.

Come on folks....brains on....this is easy!!!!!

It was a plain old ordinary heist. The pilot and copilot know what was being transported on the plane....chinese gold for example. They practised the heist on their simulator making sure they had the right route, avoiding certain areas, drop off point for whatever was being stolen etc etc. They fly plane up to high altitiude and knockout all the passengers with low pressure. They put the plane on auto pilot to fly to the middle of the indian ocean where it will drop out of the sky when the fuel runs out. They bail out somewhere near malaysia with the contraband. The authorities in Malaysia know what was on the plane which is why they are being very cagey. You might even find that there was some report on some agents desk informing them of a possible hesist but the arrogance of authority made them ignore "such an outlandish idea".

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:46 AM
reply to post by WeSbO

I was waiting to reach the proper individuals so as NOT to create further hysteria but after tweeting CNN, CBS, etc and getting goes.

Please keep in mind that the primary goal is to find this aircraft and bring closure to the grieving families.
If you wish to see exactly what I am, please follow as exactly as you can. Perhaps this can at least get the authorities out there to check...especially since the current 'debris alert' is at this point, unfounded.

Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal...NOT to be confused with Andaman, South Andaman or Nicobar Islands!
Little Andaman Island is a bit further South.


This will pinpoint the island.
Zoom in until you see the water and island but stay to the eastern coast side. stay along the coast.
A little more than midway south (down the island) is a right-hand concave curve of the island...very beachlike
Staying between the water and the coast, slowly scroll down until you see the image of an aircraft. It will be in slightly
darker, deeper water but keep coastline in sight to find it.
zoom in on the craft. It is a large airliner with the same tail flap design as a 777. if you zoom all the way in, you will see that it is
an actual craft and NOT just an image. You can rotate the direction legend (N,S E W) to view every angle of the plane. I cannot make out the writing on the plane. This image could've been taken the day of the flight.
After viewing this, zoom out a bit and input the following coordinates.
Remember that once there, please go slowly. Even if your coordinates are slightly off, you will find what I did.
The following coordinates are for the 'possible' debris field' that I found.
Lets' get this investigated at the very least.

Little Andaman Island -Lat 10.34'2108" N
Long- 92.24'14.1" E

Debris locations
possible back half/body of aircraft
Lat -10.32'58.7" N
Long- 92.23'56.4" E

possible engine part
Lat-10.32'53.5" N
Long- 92.23'36.3" E

unknown Debris
Lat- 10.32' 59.6" N Lat- 10.33' 8.4" N Lat-10.32' 58.7" N
Long- 92.23' 55.0" E Long- 92.23' 59.7 E Long-92.24'11.1" E

Lat-10.32' 54.3" N Lat- 10.32' 53.3" N
Long- 92.24' 5.9 E Long- 92.24' 8.3" E

There are some smaller images of debris and you'll be able to pick them out. These coordinates are set over terrain that is basically forest...'debris' fields will show as whitish and specifically mentioned will show as metal or gray in color, especially the aircraft one.

Thank you,

edit on 3/20/2014 by Mirthful Me because: Please don't ask members to download & install software... Thanks...

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:52 AM
reply to post by PurpleDog UK

Thank you, Granite I just tried...but site won't let me post to pm to anyone but staff.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:13 AM
Regarding prior message with coordinates...

Little Andaman Island is actually just NORTH of Andaman and Nicobar. Small chain of islands and closer to the Coast of India. I apologize.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:32 AM
reply to post by linda1mom

How far out from the coast is it? I'm scrolling down the coast of the concave bit you mentioned, but can't see anything — not sure if I'm zoomed in too much. I can't work out how to put co-ordinates in either. I've just woken up, so I'm not quite with it.. this might be the reason I can't see anything!

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:37 AM
Well, it's good that you located the coastal section!
Can you zoom in closer? See how light (shallow) the water is hugging the coast? Well drag down about 1/2 to 2/3rds down that coastline . The planes image will be in a few shades darker blue (deeper water) but you will still have some coastline in view. I'd say maybe two mouseclicks east of the coastline.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:38 AM
It's a bright white smaller image but as you zoom in, it is an actual airplane.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:40 AM
Sorry, I have 'morning eyes' too..been up all night with this gnawing at me.
Zoom out a bit to see the bright white of the plane and you'll see it's in deeper water than the direct shoreline. It looks completely out of place.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:41 AM
They just interviewed one of the pilots/crew on one of the search planes on channel 9`s A Current Affair, that just landed back in Perth and he said that nothing was captured on their camera of the areaas of yet.
edit on 20-3-2014 by gps777 because: as of yet

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:48 AM
reply to post by gps777

Please see my post above with coordinates for what appears to be a satellite of a craft like the malaysia Flt 370...and the coordinates for an apparent debris field not too far away.
Thank you

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:48 AM
Well, the images of the method you are using are dated 2009. So probably not the missing flight. Sorry :-/

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:50 AM
reply to post by moth115

Also, if you take your mouse or keyboard arrows, you can scroll to the coordinates I've provided and then zoom in to locate.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:50 AM
it takes about 4 hours flying time from perth, Australia. it seems they are sending the planes in waves (not the water ones). they are able to search for 2 hours before the 4 hour flight back.

a merchant ship has reported to have just reached the site.

it must be something more than just the photos.....they are throwing everything at this.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:53 AM
reply to post by andr3w68

I thought of that too...but it appears that was when 'flash earth' might've been introduced to the site...Not the actual picture.
The weather has been consistent with current weather reported for this region.
please keep looking.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:54 AM
channel 9 has just interviewed the reporter who was on the search plane and is saying "the crews confident it is the missing plane".

Australia has some experience with search and rescue in this lower south western area of the ocean. over the years we have rescued numerous round the world solo yacht sailors including brits and Frenchmen.

posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 06:54 AM
but I do believe that image is not current, rather maybe just before the flight disappeared.
No one can seem to get a handle on it so it does bear looking into. Foolish to leave any stone unturned with this tragedy.

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