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Posted 3/18/14
This is the cause of the disappearance:
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Oh dear
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Posted 3/18/14

Artarivan wrote:



Oh dear


You just can't beat an angry duck.
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Posted 3/18/14
I hope this gets wrapped up soon.
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saksiss wrote:


Artarivan wrote:



Oh dear


You just can't beat an angry duck.


Check it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veM5tszB_KQ
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Posted 3/18/14

Artarivan wrote:


saksiss wrote:


Artarivan wrote:



Oh dear


You just can't beat an angry duck.


Check it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veM5tszB_KQ


Posted 3/18/14
I'd like to rule out terrorism, at least I personally have for now. The point of terrorism is to instil terror into a society. Stealing a plane to make it disappear seems a little....Anti-climactic for any kind of terrorist group. (Plus no group has come forward to take responsibility nearly two weeks after) But can people stop claiming that

A. The US government sent the plane back in time to 9/11 to save the lives of hundreds of US citizens and

B. The two passports were stolen by illegal Alien immigrants who were on the run from the "space Police" and the only way to safely bring them into custody was to steal the entire plane.

These are silly, stop it.
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No, but really, the whole thing is just so weird. First off, the plane's destination was to Beijing which isn't really far from Kuala Lampur, it only takes about 6 hours, how could a plane just vanish in that relatively short amount of time. They said the plane wasn't on the radar after an hour or two of taking off.

There's speculations of terrorism of those people using fake passports to get on the plane, and even speculations of the plane "disintegrating mid-flight."

If the plane were to crash somewhere in the Gulf of Thailand or South China Sea (it's more than likely that the plane crashed in the South China Sea right near Vietnam because the plane allegedly veered right to not fly over Cambodia/Vietman) , how could any vessel not see any debris at all so far? All they found were potential doors of the plane near the Vietnam coast. So far nearby countries are all trying to help out; there's currently 34 aircraft doing 12-hour search trips and 40 ships searching throughout the day and night in a 50 nautical mile radius of one of the Vietnam coasts.

At first I thought it was some kind of hijacking but to not hear from anyone on the plane or get any distress signal is just unsettling. I'm beginning to think that the plane has just crashed somewhere in the water and its taking time for rescuers to find the wreckage.
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Posted 3/19/14
latest news is that they found two objects somewhere off western Australia, we'll see how that turns out...
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Posted 3/20/14 , edited 3/20/14
Reuters story on the possible debris:


Possible debris off Australia a "credible lead" for missing Malaysia jet
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/20/us-malaysiaairlines-flight-idUSBREA2701720140320



Satellite imagery provided to Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) of objects that may be possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in a revised area 185 km (115 miles) to the south east of the original search area in this picture released by AMSA March 20, 2014.

A Search aircraft are investigating two objects floating in the southern Indian Ocean off Australia that could be debris from a Malaysian jetliner missing for 12 days with 239 people on board, officials said on Thursday.

(Reuters) - Aircraft and ships ploughed through dire weather in search of objects floating in remote seas off Australia that Malaysia's government called a "credible lead" in the trans-continental hunt for a jetliner missing for nearly two weeks.

New Zealand's air force, whose P-3K2 Orion returned from a 2 1/2-hour search mission in the Indian Ocean early on Friday, said it had found nothing that could have come from the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 which disappeared on March 8.
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Posted 3/20/14
if its been missing for 12 days, we can at least assume that it isn't still flying....
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Posted 3/20/14
I know for a fact it was hijacked and a well organized plan from the unhooking of all tracking systems and also in the towers as well., we might be knowing where it is or have a hand in it cause of the media treating it as vanished or something stupid as CNN says blackhole or aliens took them .I know from history if a plane goes missing or crashes strangly there someone they want really bad or want dead.. My guts tells me that there more to this than meets the eye.
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Posted 3/20/14
kind of hard to believe that they didn't even find a trace of the missing plane in these two weeks. the plane is freaking huge.
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Posted 3/22/14
Chinese satellites spot a new 74ft x 43ft object in the water where flight MH370 was last seen:



Chinese Satellite Spots Object in Search Area for Missing Jetliner
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/23/world/asia/chinese-satellite-spots-object-in-search-for-missing-jetliner.html?_r=0

SEPANG, Malaysia — A Chinese satellite has spotted an object in the southern Indian Ocean in an area that is the focus of a multinational effort to find the Malaysia Airlines airliner that disappeared on March 8, the Chinese authorities said Saturday.

The object is about is about 74 feet by 43 feet (22.5 meters by 13meters), China’s State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense said on its website. It was spotted on Tuesday about 75 miles, or 120 kilometers, to the south and west of objects seen two days earlier by a commercial satellite. Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein of Malaysia told reporters that the Chinese “will be sending ships to verify.” The object is in the area of one of two possible routes that investigators say they think Flight 370 took.
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Posted 3/22/14
I have no idea why it would be near Australia.Were they planned to go to Antarctica and see the penguins.
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