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The More I Investigate, The More I'm Convinced....Diego Garcia!

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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:00 PM
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You do know there are other means of tracking other than ground based radar right?
*Facepalm*
I never said ground based radar ONLY.........
I am quite sure had DG wanted they could have requested VKO or any other sat coverage to track this flight and I am 100% sure they did.

It is one thing if a plane goes rogue and you have mere minutes to track it. They had 7 hours to request ANY type of radar coverage which I am sure they did.

BTW this is not some simple case of people jumping quick to scream false flag or conspiracy.

After viewing this unfold and watching how many times the story has changed and what it has evolved to it is easy to say the story we are being told is partly if not 100% false period.

These days you don't turn on CNN to see what the news is you turn it on to see what the GOVT has told them to spoon feed us as lies.




posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:04 PM
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Satellite tracking would be extremely difficult of an aircraft in flight. You're talking a 200 foot long aircraft, in the middle of a major ocean, with other aircraft flying near it. You have to find it, and identify it. It would probably take longer than 7 hours to do it.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:11 PM
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The plane is certainly not sitting at the bottom of the ocean. It is on land. Where? Have no idea. But one thing is people in this thread keep asking WHY. Why would they take it to DG, or Pakistan, etc.

Here is why: 20 senior staff members of Freescalel Semiconductor who just launched a new electronic warfare gadget for military radar systems in the days before the plane went missing. They make microchips for the defense industry for one.

And then we have the man from New Zealand who decided to leave his wedding ring and watch for his sons "in case something happened to him" who was going overseas for a mechanical engineering job. It seemed like he wasn't a stranger to traveling, so did he either know something, or have a hint of something or just a premonition?

The passengers from IMB and Freescale sound like a pretty good reason for this plane to have disappeared because they had what sounded like a pretty good reason for someone to want the information they would have had.

And it seems the Malaysians had not wanted to help in the least bit and have now come out with their crashed in the Indian Ocean to try to put this mysterious saga to rest.


edit on 3/25/14 by opal13 because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:14 PM
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In all honesty the technical failure scenario while plausible is the most unlikely which is why I considered the Cocos destination idea which to me is honestly more logical I think all indications point to a hijacking.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:17 PM
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I think it's far more likely than anything else. The Malaysian government is going to push the hijacking theory because they have too much to lose with a mechanical failure. And it doesn't make sense that the plane just vanished. And suicide doesn't add up, that far out.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:29 PM
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Lets say fire caused the technical problems then as that would seem most likely wouldn’t a spreading fire inside an aircraft bring it down quite quickly I doubt an aircraft on fire would get over 2000 miles that would be stretching the imagination.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:32 PM
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As was pointed out in one of the other threads, if the fire breached the hull, say a small hole, or the crew depressurized the aircraft to help fight it, then it is now oxygen starved. It's not going to react like a fire on the ground would, and there's a good chance it would go out due to lack of oxygen, unless it was in the oxygen system.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:50 PM
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I understand the theory but it seems to me that this fire would had a mind of its own first it took out the transponder without the co-pilot noticing then the radio then another beacon but left the flight controls operative. and then finally this partially burnt plane turned south its own accord and flew on over 2000 miles.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:54 PM
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Fire doesn't always take out every system at once. You generally lose the system it starts in, and as it spreads you lose more systems. There are a couple places where the radio and transponder can be taken out as the fire spread.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:24 PM
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SMOKINGGUN2012
reply to post by bbracken677
 


You do know there are other means of tracking other than ground based radar right?
*Facepalm*
I never said ground based radar ONLY.........
I am quite sure had DG wanted they could have requested VKO or any other sat coverage to track this flight and I am 100% sure they did.






Yes, it seems like they had over the horizon radar for decades now.

en.wikipedia.org...

"Over-the-horizon radar, or OTH (sometimes also beyond the horizon, or BTH), is a type of radar system with the ability to detect targets at very long ranges, typically up to thousands of kilometres. Several OTH radar systems were deployed starting in the 1950s and 60s as part of early warning radar systems, but these have generally been replaced by airborne early warning systems instead. OTH radars have recently been making something of a comeback, as the need for accurate long-range tracking becomes less important with the ending of the Cold War, and less-expensive ground based radars are once again being looked at for roles such as maritime reconnaissance and drug enforcement."

I don't think it would take over seven hours to id an object without a transponder. I'm sure all the military bases in the area would use this tech.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:26 PM
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I know unusual things happen sometimes Zaphod but with all respect this would have to be the most far fetched chain of events to explain what happened to this aircraft.

I would be more inclined to believe the in-flight meal was laced with '___' by the CIA as that’s a slightly more plausible idea



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:37 PM
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The only OTH-B antennas were in the US, (no longer used), and in Australia (the French are reportedly developing one, China reportedly has them in use, and Iran was allegedly developing one). An OTH-B antenna is massive, and can cover several miles (the transmitter was 690' x 280', and the receiver was 985' x 445'). They also don't work very well sometimes. If the ionosphere is active, the signal from the radar will be badly degraded.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:38 PM
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It's not far fetched at all. Mechanical failure is the most likely cause of the loss of the aircraft.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:48 PM
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Hey, thanks for the harsh words. Do you really know how many hours I put into this? Are you from the NSA tracking my computer?

During MY INVESTIGATIONS, among other things, I investigated: The 2 Navy Seals that died on the Maersk to see if there was any connection, as SOME blogs are saying. I checked their other ships and routes, including one that "lost" 500 containers at sea, and the possibility that they could have been off loaded and transferred to the plane.
www.cbsnews.com...
www.cnn.com...

I also INVESTIGATED the claim that four days after the disappearance of MH370, a curious military exercise took place on the Southern-Eastern part of the United States coastline. Fighter jets were reportedly “escorting” a plane. I managed to debunk this as well.
www.cabaltimes.com...

So Schuyler, thanks for the bashing. Thanks for letting me know what kind of person you are. You're welcome for the effort, INVESTIGATION and hard work.

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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:53 PM
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Wildthing
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Hey, thanks for the harsh words. Do you really know how many hours I put into this? Are you from the NSA tracking my computer? You're pretty much of an asshat, but I think you already know that.

During MY INVESTIGATIONS, among other things, I investigated: The 2 Navy Seals that died on the Maersk to see if there was any connection, as SOME blogs are saying. I checked their other ships and routes, including one that "lost" 500 containers at sea, and the possibility that they could have been off loaded and transferred to the plane.
www.cbsnews.com...
www.cnn.com...

I also INVESTIGATED the claim that four days after the disappearance of MH370, a curious military exercise took place on the Southern-Eastern part of the United States coastline. Fighter jets were reportedly “escorting” a plane. I managed to debunk this as well.
www.cabaltimes.com...

So Schuyler, thanks for the bashing. Thanks for letting me know what kind of person you are. You're welcome for the effort, INVESTIGATION and hard work.

Do you have any idea how large shipping containers are? They cannot fit in a commercial jet. Period.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:58 PM
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I never said they could did I?????

I was more interested in the possible contents.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 10:49 PM
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Bigburgh

bobs_uruncle

Sremmos80
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So they landed it and then stripped the paint job off of it?
Any idea of who and why?


It may be the precursor to a CIA false flag black op? Strip the plane, repaint it in Russian or Chinese colors, pretend it is a different plane that has been hijacked and fly it into a nuclear generating station or the WH in the US, then blame it on the Russians or Chinese? Maybe they will grab a bunch of planes and do multiple hits? I would be watching for other planes that are supposedly hijacked.

Cheers - Dave



Would it not just be easier to get a plane from say southern California logistics airport, David-Motham mothball or say Roswell airport? Huge selection of aircraft. Big and small.

Even if it was in a hurry to get in and out of Diego Garcia. At some point would not any number of satellites from any nation capable. Some would have seen it? There are no hangers large enough to hide the 777. The planes tail section is usually sticking out while the rest of the craft is being worked on. Hmm

There does seem to be a larger building being built..perhaps it could fit an entire aircraft.

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Depends if the plane landed there during the day or night. The flight left Malaysia at 6am, would have got to China around 2pm, but disappeared around mid-day. Assuming it did get over to Diego Garcia, the runway is on the edge of a narrow crater like island.

But the satellite data says it went straight down South.



posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 12:49 AM
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SMOKINGGUN2012
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...

These days you don't turn on CNN to see what the news is you turn it on to see what the GOVT has told them to spoon feed us as lies.



CNN threw out the possibility that it got sucked up by a black hole. How's that for hard hitting news?




posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 01:53 AM
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Diego Garcia, nice place to: 1) spend some time soaking up the Sun. 2) Barbecue 3) play beach volleyball 4) drink heavily 5) snorkel 6) drink heavily 7) go fishing 8) drink heavily 9) jog, and drink heavily a the same time 10) Nurture a festering mental disease 11) drink heavily.

Diego Garcia - If you've been sentenced to spend a little bit of time there, you know one thing. After being there a week, you only have two basic pastimes. 1) thoughts of suicide 2) Praying the ship off-load isn't late and your not stuck drinking "Ole Gold"!

I would imagine, that as well as Diego Garcia being programed into the Auto Pilot, you coud also say the same thing about a lot of COMMERCIAL air strips in the region.

But what seals it for me? Why go through all the trouble of this elaborate ruse when you can just exploit some airport workers that have credit issues and steal a plane right off the tarmac like, well, somewhat DIM terrorists have already done? This plane and it's lost souls are in Davey Jones locker. And keeping a secret on Diego Garcia? Don't get me started!



posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 02:40 AM
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Wildthing, I agree with the Diego Garcia theory. I don't normally post here, but felt compelled to let you know what I came across this past weekend. I read an article which stated DG's airport was not scheduling flights for 72 hours starting on March 8th. The screenshot was of a Facebook page so I checked it out and it was exactly as stated in the article. Then, I went to the other Diego Garcia FB Page...'U.S. Navy Support Facility Diego Garcia'. This page had the same flight info, in addition to a posting made on March 3 which stated that all leave to DG was no longer authorized. I'm no expert in anything to do with the armed forces, but I'm assuming this was intended for any personnel that were thinking of going to the island for r&r (it is paradise, after all!). Perhaps a way to have less witnesses? Let's not forget that most people working in the military are deeply loyal and will keep quiet for the sake of 'national security'. I shared the posts with a friend and by the time she attempted to open them the following day, the links were no longer valid. It turns out that all data from end of February to mid-March was erased from both Facebook pages on Sunday. There are a few people posting to these pages and questioning the disappearance of this flight and why DG is not forthcoming with their satellite intel, but the messages get erased eventually. I am new to this so did not think to capture screen shots. I guess hindsight is 20/20.

Numerous residents of the Maldives reported seeing a low-flying jet at around 6am on March 8, heading south. DG is approx 600 miles south of the Maldives. Those reports have since been retracted by Maldives gov't officials.

Many seem to think the pilots or crew were in on the hijack, but I believe the plane was most likely both disabled and flown remotely (Boeing has this tech since 2006). Hence the "all right, good night" AFTER some systems were turned off. Pilots most likely didn't know what hit them and my heart breaks when I think of what they must have been feeling at that time. I hope the 45,000ft altitude actually happened because even death is better than what would happen to the passengers at the hijacked destination.

Malaysia and their incompetency is just misdirection because, unfortunately, they are a very small fish in a big pond and will be fed to the sharks.

I came across the following article and find it very articulate in explaining how the plane ended up in DG, although it is really anyone's guess as to why. My mind is not as sinister as the forces at play here so I will leave the speculation to others.
www.berkeleydailyplanet.com...




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