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AN Australian scientist says it is possible to locate missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 by identifying cloud changes for evidence of vapour trails caused by burning fuel emissions from the aircraft.
Mr Gingis says he has used the technology to locate shipwrecks in the north Pacific Ocean by identifying “ship trails” and the changes in cloud microphysics caused by emissions of floating vessels using archival satellite data.
The respected engineer, who has 27 years experience in the field and has worked with space agency NASA
ATSB (Australian Transport Safety Bureau ) confirmed Mr Gingis’story. The bureau also confirmed it was in possession of the relevant archival satellite images but had not engaged anyone to examine the images for airline vapor trails left by MH370.
“Our position does, however, explain a total lack of debris, the string of ‘blunders’ in the search, the seemingly intentional false leads of debris and underwater pings, the redacted data logs, the error/illogical ridden Inmarsat analysis, missing/altered air traffic control records, the large ‘gaps’ in contact with the plane, missing military radar, missing cargo manifest, and the astoundingly incompetent path of the entire investigation.”
(..) without proof to the contrary, those on board could still be alive and that authorities have covered up the true fate of the aircraft.
(..) a total lack of debris, the string of ‘blunders’ in the search, the seemingly intentional false leads of debris and underwater pings, the redacted data logs, the error/illogical ridden Inmarsat analysis, missing/altered air traffic control records, the large ‘gaps’ in contact with the plane, missing military radar, missing cargo manifest, and the astoundingly incompetent path of the entire investigation.”
Are we to believe they can archive every email and phone call on the planet, but still can't locate an huge freaking airplane with tracking gear? I agree...something is fishy.
“I would be required to fly to KL and to have a detailed briefing with Malaysian search and rescue authorities in order to be able to identify and search for specific satellite availability and all satellite data imagery frames that we can analyse using our cloud microphysics algorithms.
originally posted by: Xcathdra
a reply to: Agit8dChop
I think the scientist should be more concerned with finding the plane and victims than trying to extort money from the Australian government by exploiting a tragic situation for personal gain.
Do this one pro bono to show the technique works with airplanes and go from there.
originally posted by: MKMoniker
a reply to: Agit8dChop
I am reviving this thread, with new and relevant information.
The one story I've heard that makes the most sense, is that this flight is on the bottom of the ocean west of Australia. But there is a hostile ET base down there we are at war with, and we can't retrieve this plane just yet.
MALAYSIA AIRLINES TOWELETTE FOUND ON WESTERN AUSTRALIA BEACH
MYSTERY OF U-SHAPED HOSTILE ET BASE OFF AUSTRALIA