posted on Feb, 13 2018 @ 08:20 AM
a reply to: fill0000
Pretty 'thin' cover story though...
... The Ocean Infinity-leased Seabed Constructor, the high-tech vessel searching for MH370, had returned to revisit those points of interest
discovered on its first sweep and turned off its satellite tracking system so as not to give the relatives false hopes.
The idea was to try and prevent wild speculation it had found the plane.
What happened was exactly the opposite, ...
-PerthNow 8 FEB 2018
It doesn't really take a 'rocket surgeon' to figure out that's exactly what would happen! I'm callin' BS on that story as bunko! That ship probably
makes hundreds of circle-back tracks in any given week, if for no other reason than to retrieve the ROV's, not to mention verifying various
detections. Why this excursion would be any different is telling.
My hunch is, the real reason they turned off the Seabed Constructor's transponder was not because they found MH370 (necessarily), but rather because
they wanted to gauge just exactly what would happen if they did it, what the response would be, and from whom. This, so when and if they do find
MH370's wreckage they will better know what kinds of things they should and should not do.
I am convinced the Malaysians (and likely the US / China / Australia) know exactly what happened to MH370. I've said this for a long time. They may
not know where it is (exactly), but they know 'what' happened. And, the circumstances surrounding whatever this is must be pretty unsavory, to the
point of not eagerly wanting the rest of the World to to be in on the secret just yet. They need to find the wreckage to both validate their
understanding as well as ensure there are no obvious 'loose ends' in the wreckage. Once they've accomplished this it will just become another deep
sea aircraft salvage effort (difficult as they are in general). I don't think it's about salvage rights nearly as much as it's about not allowing the
possibility of anybody being able to get to the wreckage and inspect it prior to accomplishing this task.
I know Zaphod and I disagree on what I'm about to say next, and we've been around and around about it, but the southward (left) turn by MH370 off the
west coast of Indonesia that night just ices the cake about there being one hell of a lot more to this whole story than some bizarre / freak accident.
It's the one thing not a single explanation to date can account for. There's simply no explanation...other than an intentional course change. And
this is particularly true when you examine the course of MH370 preceding this 'turn'. The whole set of maneuvers is a (rather obvious) attempt to
stay out of Indonesian airspace. And, the whole reason they'd want to do this is not because they were worried about the Indonesians shooting them
down, but rather to avoid arousing suspicion by the Indonesians who might decide to come up and inspect some anonymous aircraft (with no transponder)
who just entered their airspace.
edit...it's been far too long, with no coherent explanation, for there not to be a much larger story behind all this. The silence is deafening!
edit on 2/13/2018 by Flyingclaydisk because: (no reason given)