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Just a wacky theory: Flight MH370 went to Antarctica

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posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 07:47 AM
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posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 07:54 AM
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Indeed, your personal observations are correct, and are quite acute.



posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 11:02 AM
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Wacky?
I was gonna say exactly the same in my other thread.
I'm listening becaise I thought that from the start.

Now where do you want to go with this thread because I have a few paths on this one.

Firstly though I would be interested to know if the passengers or some of were of a particular specialist field.
Technological? Geological and those who may have been involved in science.

For the aircraft to have avoided all radar and fighters weren't scrambled would lead me ro believe it headed away.

Where abouts are the airstrips or runways of Antarctica or which islands are enroute so to speak.

One more thing, go on Google Earth and rotate the planet to such an extent where it seems to be all water all blue.
Do you really think that its all ocean? ;-)



posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 04:06 PM
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First of all they were lightworkers, that's important enough, right now it hasn't been disclosed whether or not they are of any particular field.

Second they were on the ship with the plane intact and headed to Hollow Earth.

Thridly they are openings in the Antarctica and the Arctic.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 04:09 PM
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posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 04:39 PM
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AlphaHawk
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Your theory makes no sense.

Why hijack this plane to go to Antarctica when you can catch one that actually goes to Antarctica?

www.antarcticaflights.com.au...




It isn't exactly a tour that goes to the center of the continent, the plane stays at 10,000 feet and doesn't land. They barely touch the edges of a vast continent during that 4 hours that they fly above Antarctica. It isn't an island like Hawaii or so. And by the way, how would the Malaysian pilot get access to a plane from Qantas?



posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 05:26 PM
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The pilot did get a mysterious phone call right before the flight, maybe there are more people involved prepping airstrips.



posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 08:37 PM
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jazz10
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Wacky?
I was gonna say exactly the same in my other thread.
I'm listening becaise I thought that from the start.

Now where do you want to go with this thread because I have a few paths on this one.

Firstly though I would be interested to know if the passengers or some of were of a particular specialist field.
Technological? Geological and those who may have been involved in science.

For the aircraft to have avoided all radar and fighters weren't scrambled would lead me ro believe it headed away.

Where abouts are the airstrips or runways of Antarctica or which islands are enroute so to speak.

One more thing, go on Google Earth and rotate the planet to such an extent where it seems to be all water all blue.
Do you really think that its all ocean? ;-)


You could do some research on the passengers list, it is available on the web. Who knows how many passengers were in on it, if, that is. I smile at the thought that they indeed found the entrance to the hollow earth or the theorized portal that leads to (planet/stars system/star?) Vega. How would that be for the unknowing passengers? Expecting certain death and ending up in another world.

Personally I favor the theory that the plane might have carried more fuel than the books say. As someone already wrote, it takes a lot of effort to get a large load of fuel to a very remote island. It's not impossible, but unlikely and would cost a whole lot of money.

Come to think of it, there is also another way to get more fuel. Many planes drop their remaining fuel before landing. Maybe he didn't do that and perhaps even manipulated the fuel indicators and/or the books.



posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 10:10 PM
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andy06shake
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Do you think the secret Nazi base there has a runway long enough to accommodate a 777?


No doubt a plane has landed before and many will in the future.

Who claims the Continent offically?



posted on Apr, 1 2014 @ 08:57 AM
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shillhound

andy06shake
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Do you think the secret Nazi base there has a runway long enough to accommodate a 777?


No doubt a plane has landed before and many will in the future.

Who claims the Continent offically?


It's officially divided in several territories (US/France/UK/Australia and several others), none of them legit though except one; Neu Schwabenland, which was rightfully claimed by the Nazis in 1939 (before the so called environmental treaty which was signed in the late 50s). They have marked their claim with poles with a flag with a swastika on them, which they threw from a plane while surveying the land.

So far, not a single piece of debris has been found. The photo from Philip Wood turned out to be fake. So far my theory still stands.
Lets see how this story continues.



posted on Apr, 1 2014 @ 09:03 AM
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HERE is what really happened honest --notice some interesting people in this vid


honest it is true



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 03:09 PM
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Wacky theory but plausible.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 03:12 PM
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a reply to: Regenstorm

There is only one plausible explanation to your theory:

no




posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 03:15 AM
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originally posted by: cleverhans
May as well have. I'm beginning to believe that we may never find out anyway.


I think everyone should be entitled to one "We'll never know" if they agree to stay out of further discussions.

Is there really any point running around crying "I haven't the faintest idea what happened to the plane and I never will"?





posted on Jun, 16 2017 @ 03:00 AM
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I believe he turned to Antarctica as well. Cant say if they were successful, but they had a lead before the governments could take action. Maybe they made it out of the globe or at least out of the known lands till An. They could be stranded between in a no man's land who knows whats after Antarctica, maybe there's more spaces and lands that uninhabitated. You really dont know whats beyond.



posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 05:15 PM
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I think I've posted this in other threads, but here goes, again. It flew towards Lahore, but ran short of fuel. It landed in a mountain airbase in the Northern most province of India. I have no idea if the ground crew helped or maybe killed the hijackers. The plane rested on the runway apron long enough for the fuel range to be exceeded, but someone on the ground didn't turn off the ACARS from pinging to the satellite. Then at first light, with all the electronics off, it flew down the West Coast of India, out over to the Seychelles, and then "remotely"?? flew out into the British Protectorate Waters, and ditched. The Seychelles was their last landfall, and some people there heard a big airliner go over low and slow. Ditto for a ship's deck officer, off the West Coast of India, who even described the paint job.
So, it's no mystery, but rather a monumental cover up. When that T 7 ER landed in Northern India, I think everyone on the ground panicked, at the sight of all those dead Chinese passengers, " Apoxia " ??
I think MH 370 was flying a return leg to Lahore, which the hijackers had recorded in their pocket GPS's. That's where the double back to the Straits of Malacca came from, and that's why they ran low on fuel.

SO, IMHO the obvious place to start looking is for who recently flew from Lahore into Kualu Lumpur, and then booked on MH 370 to go on to Beijing, China.

To back these claims up you will need two very Hi Tech instruments. First, a decent sized Earth Globe, and secondly, a piece of string. While they didn't use the Lorans going back to Lahore, their inbound flight crew from Lahore to Kualu Lumpur most certainly did. All of the clues have been duly reported, but you do need the round Globe to plot them.

Using a Mercator projection map only sends you off in zigs and zags. Following one zig, takes you just West of Australia, and the zag puts you farther West, but nowhere near the crash site, in the British Protectorate Waters.

This 777 ER was refueled on the ground in the Southern flanks of the Himalayas, and they didn't get the ACARS turned off quick enough. The bad part is that all of the passengers almost had to be dead when the big jet landed. And so, what happened to them on the ground??? I think that this second leg was flown "low and slow" so whoever was flying it, could parachute to safety, which applies to what the Ship's officer, and the people in their homes in the Seychelles, dutifully reported.

I've flown Round Trip from Atlanta, GA. to Jo'berg, RSA, and with a full T 7, I doubt that they had the time on the ground in India to remove all of the dead passengers. Both India and Pakistan have Nukes, so this is an additional motive to fly the flock out of Dodge.

edit on 19-6-2017 by carpooler because: My T 7 ER round trip to Africa

edit on 19-6-2017 by carpooler because: spelling mistake




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