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Missing Malaysian Plane
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Posted 3/10/14
There is known Oil Deposits in the shallow sea area of Malaysia, with no sighted explosion by satellite surveillance, my theory is a steep vertical landing into a deep-marsh like ValuJet Flight 592 Crash. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ValuJet_Flight_592 If people hadn't witnessed it they would of searched for weeks.
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Posted 3/11/14
i have to say that one of my tutor's customer was in that plane. he was going to beijing for work. poor guy. RIP
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Posted 3/11/14 , edited 3/11/14
you know just a random thought... but think about all those airline meals/flight meals lost. oh yea condolence to those people but still anyone actually thought about the food that's gone?
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Posted 3/11/14 , edited 3/11/14
is it found yet?


by the way I might be a layman when it comes to geology. If I'm correct the sea from the route malaysia to PEKINGGGGGGGGGGGG is shallow sea compare to pacific. Meaning the sea floor is not too deep down. Asian dudes with tiny ass boats can go out there to get lobsters.


Chinese lobsters by the way, they look different from Boston lobsters
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Posted 3/13/14
this is crazy, they keep getting leads only to find out they're not actually leads. The Malaysian airforce guy was like, "No i didn't say it turned west" and the debris the Chinese military found is "not related to the missing airliner"
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Posted 3/17/14

Sweet-Revelation wrote:

Or the earth..


Omg, thank you. I didn't know that.


Any news on this? I heard they expanded the search to outer areas to cover more ground.
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Posted 3/17/14 , edited 3/17/14
I kinda like the whole transported to another dimension theory...

If you haven't read Cage Of Eden i also recommend it... It was pretty good and a depiction of an ongoing struggle to survive in the wild with an eary sci-fi twist...

It does depict students (kids) although its refreshing cause it doesnt take place in school or anything... For those getting tired of school life anime and manga...
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Posted 3/17/14 , edited 3/17/14
Here's another theory on what might have happened. It comes from an experienced pilot. I'm starting my quote a couple paragraphs into his theory. I bolded what his main point is: he feels there may have been a fire onboard.

MH370: A different point of view
https://plus.google.com/106271056358366282907/posts/GoeVjHJaGBz

When I heard this I immediately brought up Google Earth and I searched for airports in proximity to the track towards southwest.

The left turn is the key here. This was a very experienced senior Captain with 18,000 hours. Maybe some of the younger pilots interviewed on CNN didn't pick up on this left turn. We old pilots were always drilled to always know the closest airport of safe harbor while in cruise. Airports behind us, airports abeam us and airports ahead of us. Always in our head. Always.

Because if something happens you don't want to be thinking what are you going to do - you already know what you are going to do. Instinctively when I saw that left turn with a direct heading I knew he was heading for an airport. Actually he was taking a direct route to Palau Langkawi a 13,000 foot strip with an approach over water at night with no obstacles. He did not turn back to Kuala Lampur because he knew he had 8,000 foot ridges to cross. He knew the terrain was friendlier towards Langkawi and also a shorter distance.

Take a look on Google Earth at this airport. This pilot did all the right things. He was confronted by some major event onboard that made him make that immediate turn back to the closest safe airport.

For me the loss of transponders and communications makes perfect sense if a fire. There was most likely a fire or electrical fire. In the case of fire the first response if to pull all the main busses and restore circuits one by one until you have isolated the bad one.
His conclusion on what happened to the plane:

What I think happened is that they were overcome by smoke and the plane just continued on the heading probably on George (autopilot) until either fuel exhaustion or fire destroyed the control surfaces and it crashed. I said four days ago you will find it along that route - looking elsewhere was pointless.

This pilot, as I say, was a hero struggling with an impossible situation trying to get that plane to Langkawi. No doubt in my mind. That's the reason for the turn and direct route. A hijack would not have made that deliberate left turn with a direct heading for Langkawi. It would probably have weaved around a bit until the hijackers decided on where they were taking it.
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Posted 3/17/14
Looks like they are now considering suicide as a possible reason:

Malaysian airplane investigators look at suicide as possible motive
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/18/us-malaysiaairlines-flight-idUSBREA2701720140318

(Reuters) - The co-pilot of a missing Malaysian jetliner spoke the last words heard from the cockpit, the airline's chief executive said, as investigators consider suicide by the captain or first officer as one possible explanation for the disappearance.
Posted 3/17/14

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A real tragedy. 100's of families affected just like that, many of which who are missing being the only child. Apparently there were a couple of passengers using stolen European passports, which speculates to a possible hijack to say the least. Can't imagine the horrors of all those affected are feeling, especially so little news that is being fed out. With today's technology how can you even lose a plane?!


On purpose.
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Posted 3/17/14
I think maybe someone manually disable whatever tracking device they had on. Then flew the plane into a secret lair somewhere. Keeping the plane or crew for other purposes... Later date ransom? or they need their own comm plane for other reasons.
Posted 3/17/14
This is getting stranger by the day. Sounds like some sort of plan to me.
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Gilli3ishot wrote:

I think maybe someone manually disable whatever tracking device they had on. Then flew the plane into a secret lair somewhere. Keeping the plane or crew for other purposes... Later date ransom? or they need their own comm plane for other reasons.


So yeah, how did these hijackers control all those 240 passengers -.-? I'm pretty sure that they couldn't handle it.
It seems much more possible to be a cause of fire as stated above, but we won't find out for sure until the plane is discovered:/
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Posted 3/18/14
I think it's hijacked by someone whom understand about plane :/
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