Search for missing Malaysian jet drags on, as probe narrows to crew

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Yamayoko wrote:

Debris so far are either crap or unfounded. This futile search is wholly based on a wrong assumption the plane was disintegrated at time of sea crash. What about if not ? British nuclear submarine need to speed up ocean-floor cruise before black box signal is out of battery in a week.

Apr 02, 2014 1:29am EDT  --  Report as abuse
OsoPolar wrote:

There may not be any substantial debris to find. When the aircraft went down, if it did so under control either manually or via the auto-pilot resulting in a graceful crash landing of some sort on the Ocean surface the aircraft could be largely intact without leaving much or any debris. Even so, any debris to be found will be well integrated with the sea-trash that was there before.

Apr 02, 2014 3:00am EDT  --  Report as abuse
JohnNico wrote:

I have a friend on planet Zircon….that is where the plane is located. At first, most of the passengers were skeptical and scared, now, they realize planet earth is strange, dangerous, and a bad place. They are happy at their new home. Go to Zircon, if you can! LOL>>>>>>>>>>>>

Apr 02, 2014 3:23am EDT  --  Report as abuse
JohnNico wrote:

I have a friend on planet Zircon….that is where the plane is located. At first, most of the passengers were skeptical and scared, now, they realize planet earth is strange, dangerous, and a bad place. They are happy at their new home. Go to Zircon, if you can! LOL>>>>>>>>>>>>

Apr 02, 2014 3:23am EDT  --  Report as abuse
beerpatzer wrote:

I was the unwanted baby of the captain of MH370!!!

Apr 02, 2014 4:32am EDT  --  Report as abuse
paintcan wrote:

Google Earth obviously uses satellite capability that shows the topography of the ocean floor in detail but not at high resolution. There must be higher resolution capability? One is even capable of reading the elevations. If the search efforts did nothing but search through that kind of imagery, they are bound to find, not only the plane but, all sorts of other debris on the ocean floor. It couldn’t take that long with the aid of many volunteers as they can find.

I don’t tend to follow conspiracy theories but am now considering that the plane was kidnapped. The behavior of the world’s governments is not fine or honest. In fact, they behave like waring gangsters.

Perhaps one of them stooped so low as to kidnap the plane for ransom and we just aren’t hearing about it? One of the comments on an earlier thread mentioned the loss of about 20 people who all worked for the same tech company. Who knows?

But if the search can’t find wreckage, with the kind of technology that is available for mere recreational use on my computer now, they aren’t really trying to find it and these stories are a ruse.

Apr 02, 2014 6:14am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Rakesh77 wrote:

As i commented before . MH 730 is lying in the Indian ocean but the place where they are searching is completely wrong . It is somewhere close to Srilanka and Andaman & Nicobar islands. All the passengers died due to lack of Oxygen. This is what i saw in the dream.

Apr 02, 2014 6:43am EDT  --  Report as abuse
scarr34 wrote:

Shortly after the plane disappeared, there were reports of oil slicks found near the flight path. However, there’s been no follow-up. Were they related to the flight, or not?

Apr 02, 2014 7:39am EDT  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

On day three of this soap opera I knew we were dealing with a laughably bad fake story meant to distract us from the embarrassing toppling of hundreds of statues of Lenin in the Ukraine; if the collapse of the USSR were real then those monuments to the murderous dictator, who in December 1918 invaded and overthrew the independent Ukrainian government with 7,000 Russian Red Guards, would have been toppled 23-years ago. In fact, thousands of statues to Lenin continue to exist throughout Russia, with most small towns/villages having at least one such monument, and the larger cites having dozens of statues of Lenin; in Saint Petersburg alone, over 50 monuments to Lenin stand!

For those still clueless, MH370 landed at Nanning Wuxu International Airport in southern China, as Malaysian Airlines in its third, 10:30 AM, media statement mentioned. Malaysian Airlines in that statement said it was going to “verify” the rumor of the landing at Nanning. Of course, Malaysian Airlines would have already known whether MH370 had landed at Nanning, so why the need to “verify”? Get it?

In fact, all aircraft flying in that general region of the world would have been picked up by either the United States’ over the horizon (OTH) radar installation in northern Australia, or China’s OTH radar installation in southern China. The OTH radar installation in northern Australia has a range that reaches, to the north, northern China, and therefore would have continued to pick up MH370 when it flew 1,300 miles off Australia’s west coast (OTH radar tracks objects from sea level). Notice how the media refuses to discuss the OTH radar installations in Australia and China!

Of course, we then have the Pentagon’s various monitoring satellites that track all aircraft around the world, and Russia does too.

Apr 02, 2014 12:32pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
samalematina wrote:

Can’t the Malaysian authorities get any fact right. Now they are changing what the last words of the pilot were ??? Seems like every day there’s something else they are correcting. It’s been one mishap after another in this search. Really showing the level of their incompetence …

Apr 03, 2014 7:53am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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