a reply to: roadgravel
Can you back that up with contemporary news? I listened to the "Red Dog" search, and they stated that the ACARS kept pinging for about 2 hrs. after
that plane had to have run out of fuel. The MSM likes to crop out discordant news, since the original maps showed the Geo-synchronous satellite
covering a large circular area of S.E. Asia, on the Globe. They interpolated that the plane could have been at the Northern Extremity or the Southern
one. But people plotting courses on flat Earth maps, decided that the plane was flown South, from the Straits of Malacca.
My own map dowsing showed that the bad guys had to get back to an original incoming flight path, in order for their pocket GPS sets to recover the way
points. They then flew back over the lorans, because the plane, or planes, they flew in on, coming into Kualu Lumpur, originally did use them to
navigate with. This checks out nicely on a Globe, using a tightly stretched string, between Kualu Lumpur, and Lahore, Pakistan. Google Earth may
have shown the mean distance from their takeover points to Lahore, but when they had to fly back to the original flight path, they lost part of the
fuel needed to make that nonstop flight.
My Aussie friend got the Map Coords. for the sunken airliner, but it's way out in the middle of nowhere. I credit him for finding this second leg of
their flight. I thought that the airliner had made a forced landing in some snow drifts in the Himalayas. But still, salt water, can, and would
have, shorted everything out, immediately, if they had ditched at sea.
FWIW, IMO, a Boeing 777 ER can fly way too far. I went round trip from Atlanta to Jo'berg, RSA, in May of 2012. We stayed pressurized, but that's
still 16 hrs. in the sky. Add to this, if they flew up to 45K feet, and blew out some cabin windows, killing the passengers through apoxia, then that
first leg , also had to go, low and slow, after the hijacking.
And that cuts their aircraft's range down even more. But do you really think that our Gov't hasn't used R.V.'rs, or Map Dowsers to ferret out these
same coordinates. But this isn't evidence presentable in Courts. I just followed the human sightings, and or hearing, to verify my takes. MH-370
disappeared through a two leg flight, leading it to, gliding down to a watery grave.