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Starting to think this whole thing with the missing Malaysian flight 370 stinks of a cover up.  The families and the rest of us are just supposed to take the Malasian government's word for it that the plane crashed in the ocean without ONE piece of the plane debris identified.  

 

Something's up with that and it isn't good. The families are outraged and rightfully so.

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Starting to think this whole thing with the missing Malaysian flight 370 stinks of a cover up.  The families and the rest of us are just supposed to take the Malasian government's word for it that the plane crashed in the ocean without ONE piece of the plane debris identified.  

 

Something's up with that and it isn't good. The families are outraged and rightfully so.

 

I don't know about a cover up but SOMETHING isn't right about this.  And yes, those poor families have every right to be furious.

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I heard there are two Americans on that plane. Put The IRS on the case...they'll find a taxpayer ANYWHERE!

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3 americans. And 19 employees of an american company. 

 

Something smelly is going on for sure. 

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

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Starting to think this whole thing with the missing Malaysian flight 370 stinks of a cover up.  The families and the rest of us are just supposed to take the Malasian government's word for it that the plane crashed in the ocean without ONE piece of the plane debris identified.  

 

Something's up with that and it isn't good. The families are outraged and rightfully so.

Reminds me of what the world will say when many are raptured and disappear.They will blame it on something other than what has really happened.

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I heard there are two Americans on that plane. Put The IRS on the case...they'll find a taxpayer ANYWHERE!

 

:24:

 

Don't forget to send them a package by FedEx and UPS . . . They'll find 'em too. :whistling:

 

On the OP: I'm smelling something about the whole thing too. I'm wondering how long before they recover some evidence?

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I read something about up to 20 passengers worked for a stealth technology company. One theory I heard was that the intent of taking the plane may have been to kidnap these people.

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

Malaysia Airlines is a national company and should this prove to be another case of pilot suicide -- the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off New England in '99 and which Egypt still denies as suicide to this day -- the Malaysian gov't stands a lot more to lose in lawsuits than just face.

FYI: There have been three "accidents" involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines for a total of 134 confirmed fatalities:

4 December 1977 - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 registered 9M-MBD was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people on board ...

15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 registered 9M-MGH touched down too far along the runway at Tawau Airport, Sabah and crashed in a shantytown during the subsequent go-around. Of the 49 passengers and 4 crew on board, 32 passengers and 2 crew were killed. The probable cause was poor handling of the aircraft by the pilot.[75] ...

8 March 2014 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 370,a Boeing 777-200ER registered 9M-MRO carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, went missing on a flight to Beijing Capital International Airport from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Although the whereabouts of the plane were still not known, officials with both Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government believed the plane was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean and that all 239 people on board perished. If this presumption holds, it would be the deadliest aviation accident in the region and the deadliest aviation incident in Malaysian history.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com#Accidents_and_incidents

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I thought nothing on a computer could 'really' be deleted. Why do they not give the record of the flight simulator to someone with the know how to find what the pilot deleted and it could shed some light on what was studied. Could that indicate what may have happened? 

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I really did not think of them kidnapping those on the plane who had tech knowledge and possible secrets.Then what did they do with the other regular passengers?Did they throw them out when the plane was going very low at 12,000 ft. like they reported?

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I thought nothing on a computer could 'really' be deleted. Why do they not give the record of the flight simulator to someone with the know how to find what the pilot deleted and it could shed some light on what was studied. Could that indicate what may have happened?

 

The Malaysians have sent the hard drives from the simulator to the FBI in Washington D.C. for just that. 

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I really did not think of them kidnapping those on the plane who had tech knowledge and possible secrets. Then what did they do with the other regular passengers? Did they throw them out when the plane was going very low at 12,000 ft. like they reported?

 

 

 

12,000 feet is more than two miles up; it would be very difficult to open a door and throw things out without depressurizing the plane.

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I really did not think of them kidnapping those on the plane who had tech knowledge and possible secrets. Then what did they do with the other regular passengers? Did they throw them out when the plane was going very low at 12,000 ft. like they reported?

 

 

 

12,000 feet is more than two miles up; it would be very difficult to open a door and throw things out without depressurizing the plane.

 

 

Cabin pressure is normally set to be around the same as it is at 6,000 feet, so the pressure difference is not that great.

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I really did not think of them kidnapping those on the plane who had tech knowledge and possible secrets. Then what did they do with the other regular passengers? Did they throw them out when the plane was going very low at 12,000 ft. like they reported?

 

 

 

12,000 feet is more than two miles up; it would be very difficult to open a door and throw things out without depressurizing the plane.

 

That is what I thought.But in the news article they said that they thought they brought the jet down low enough to depressurize the plane.I thought that was weird.

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With today's surveillance tech, I really wonder if there's a spot on Earth that cannot be monitored any given moment, no matter what date. Especially when it comes to registered aircraft.

 

In case there is something going on behind the scenes, the real question should be what is the planned outcome for things to come?

 

Or maybe it's not involving designed crime.

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It's in the Southern Ocean. 

 

It crashed or was ditched there.

 

Parts will be found sooner or later.

 

Do you know how remote and how big the area is? How fast the southern gyre moves?

 

It's like looking for a moving needle in a moving haystack through the bottom of a drinking straw.

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Fox had an expert who said that the US has a satellite which passes over that area every 15 min. across the poles which could have spotted it had it been there???

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

Malaysia Airlines is a national company and should this prove to be another case of pilot suicide -- the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off New England in '99 and which Egypt still denies as suicide to this day -- the Malaysian gov't stands a lot more to lose in lawsuits than just face.

FYI: There have been three "accidents" involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines for a total of 134 confirmed fatalities:

4 December 1977 - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 registered 9M-MBD was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people on board ...

15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 registered 9M-MGH touched down too far along the runway at Tawau Airport, Sabah and crashed in a shantytown during the subsequent go-around. Of the 49 passengers and 4 crew on board, 32 passengers and 2 crew were killed. The probable cause was poor handling of the aircraft by the pilot.[75] ...

8 March 2014 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 370,a Boeing 777-200ER registered 9M-MRO carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, went missing on a flight to Beijing Capital International Airport from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Although the whereabouts of the plane were still not known, officials with both Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government believed the plane was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean and that all 239 people on board perished. If this presumption holds, it would be the deadliest aviation accident in the region and the deadliest aviation incident in Malaysian history.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com#Accidents_and_incidents

 

 

if it was a case of pilot suicide, why would the pilot fly to such a remote location to do it? I mean all he would have had to do was point the nose straight down. suicide doesnt make sense. Hi-jacking and not making it to their intended landing location may fit though.

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

Malaysia Airlines is a national company and should this prove to be another case of pilot suicide -- the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off New England in '99 and which Egypt still denies as suicide to this day -- the Malaysian gov't stands a lot more to lose in lawsuits than just face.

FYI: There have been three "accidents" involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines for a total of 134 confirmed fatalities:

4 December 1977 - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 registered 9M-MBD was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people on board ...

15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 registered 9M-MGH touched down too far along the runway at Tawau Airport, Sabah and crashed in a shantytown during the subsequent go-around. Of the 49 passengers and 4 crew on board, 32 passengers and 2 crew were killed. The probable cause was poor handling of the aircraft by the pilot.[75] ...

8 March 2014 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 370,a Boeing 777-200ER registered 9M-MRO carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, went missing on a flight to Beijing Capital International Airport from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Although the whereabouts of the plane were still not known, officials with both Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government believed the plane was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean and that all 239 people on board perished. If this presumption holds, it would be the deadliest aviation accident in the region and the deadliest aviation incident in Malaysian history.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com#Accidents_and_incidents

 

if it was a case of pilot suicide, why would the pilot fly to such a remote location to do it? ...

If the pilot(s) took out flight insurance for his family and the plane's black box is never recovered, then suicide may be impossible to prove and the insurance companies may eventually have to pay out.

But whatever the intent -- suicide, hijacking or simply insanity -- deliberately crashing into the southern Indian Ocean was a deliberate attempt to conceal what really happened during the flight.

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

Malaysia Airlines is a national company and should this prove to be another case of pilot suicide -- the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off New England in '99 and which Egypt still denies as suicide to this day -- the Malaysian gov't stands a lot more to lose in lawsuits than just face.

FYI: There have been three "accidents" involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines for a total of 134 confirmed fatalities:

4 December 1977 - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 registered 9M-MBD was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people on board ...

15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 registered 9M-MGH touched down too far along the runway at Tawau Airport, Sabah and crashed in a shantytown during the subsequent go-around. Of the 49 passengers and 4 crew on board, 32 passengers and 2 crew were killed. The probable cause was poor handling of the aircraft by the pilot.[75] ...

8 March 2014 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 370,a Boeing 777-200ER registered 9M-MRO carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, went missing on a flight to Beijing Capital International Airport from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Although the whereabouts of the plane were still not known, officials with both Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government believed the plane was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean and that all 239 people on board perished. If this presumption holds, it would be the deadliest aviation accident in the region and the deadliest aviation incident in Malaysian history.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com#Accidents_and_incidents

 

 

if it was a case of pilot suicide, why would the pilot fly to such a remote location to do it? ...

 

If the pilot(s) took out flight insurance for his family and the plane's black box is never recovered, then suicide may be impossible to prove and the insurance companies may eventually have to pay out.

But whatever the intent -- suicide, hijacking or simply insanity -- deliberately crashing into the southern Indian Ocean was a deliberate attempt to conceal what really happened during the flight.

 

In the 9/11 incident the insurance companies finally paid the families life insurance even though there were no bodies.If the plane crashed into the ocean then lets see it.Just like the families "Lets see some proof".

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There is another possibility too.

 

If the aircraft was hijacked the pilots might have had the chance do a very slow turn while over water and set the plane on a course away from inhabited areas. Something similar happened on 9/11 with Flight 93. If the hijackers didn't pick up on the turn, then the crew (or autopilot in the case of the crew being killed by suicide bombers) could fly past the point of no return to insure the plane couldn't be used as a weapon. The "point of no return" on a flight is the point where you no longer have the fuel aboard to return to your starting point. You have to continue toward your destination, or a divert to another.

 

The only folks who know what really happened on that plane for the moment is God and those on board.

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There is another possibility too.

 

If the aircraft was hijacked the pilots might have had the chance do a very slow turn while over water and set the plane on a course away from inhabited areas. Something similar happened on 9/11 with Flight 93. If the hijackers didn't pick up on the turn, then the crew (or autopilot in the case of the crew being killed by suicide bombers) could fly past the point of no return to insure the plane couldn't be used as a weapon. The "point of no return" on a flight is the point where you no longer have the fuel aboard to return to your starting point. You have to continue toward your destination, or a divert to another.

 

The only folks who know what really happened on that plane for the moment is God and those on board.

Yes,God knows....

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maybe its not as "sinister" as you all make it out to be. Maybe they still have no clue and are just trying to save face and put an end to it. Not right, but doesn't necessarily mean its a major government conspiracy, either.

Malaysia Airlines is a national company and should this prove to be another case of pilot suicide -- the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off New England in '99 and which Egypt still denies as suicide to this day -- the Malaysian gov't stands a lot more to lose in lawsuits than just face.

FYI: There have been three "accidents" involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines for a total of 134 confirmed fatalities:

4 December 1977 - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 registered 9M-MBD was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people on board ...

15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 registered 9M-MGH touched down too far along the runway at Tawau Airport, Sabah and crashed in a shantytown during the subsequent go-around. Of the 49 passengers and 4 crew on board, 32 passengers and 2 crew were killed. The probable cause was poor handling of the aircraft by the pilot.[75] ...

8 March 2014 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 370,a Boeing 777-200ER registered 9M-MRO carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, went missing on a flight to Beijing Capital International Airport from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Although the whereabouts of the plane were still not known, officials with both Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government believed the plane was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean and that all 239 people on board perished. If this presumption holds, it would be the deadliest aviation accident in the region and the deadliest aviation incident in Malaysian history.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com#Accidents_and_incidents

 

 

if it was a case of pilot suicide, why would the pilot fly to such a remote location to do it? ...

 

If the pilot(s) took out flight insurance for his family and the plane's black box is never recovered, then suicide may be impossible to prove and the insurance companies may eventually have to pay out.

But whatever the intent -- suicide, hijacking or simply insanity -- deliberately crashing into the southern Indian Ocean was a deliberate attempt to conceal what really happened during the flight.

 

it still dont make sense. A pilot is well aware of that black box, as well as a 101 ways to drop that plane straight into the ocean without making it look suspicious. A straight drop in from 30,000 feet will pretty much decimate the plane-and if the black box was recovered, they wouldnt be able to prove anything more then it went down. Also wouldn't explain the avoidance of all the different radar in the area-thats something most commercial pilots have no need to know, they just follow their flight path-they could care less where the radar is.

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How in the world can you lose a 777?It is bigger than a 747. :o

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