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Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane vanishes from radar screens! (2014)

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Posted 31 July 2015 - 11:09 PM

There's no evidence the text actually exists, though. There are images of it but I don't see the actual message file etc being posted anywhere so even it's mere presence is an assumption based on questionable evidence. The image metadata was intentionally and clumsily forged which tarnishes the validity of anything else associated with it.

There are a surprising number of large aircraft disappearances, almost universally over water. Since 1970:

13th June 1971: USAF RC-135 (military reconnaissance version of the Boeing 707 4 engine narrow body airliner) disappears off the coast of Hawaii during monitoring of atmospheric nuclear tests. Only small debris ever found.

21st April 1981- Spanish C-47 cargo aircraft (military Douglas DC-3 variant) vanishes over the Mediterranean.

13th February 1983- Learjet 35 (privately owned long-range business jet) vanishes over the Straits of Malacca. No wreckage ever found.

25th March 1986- Indian Air Force Antonov An-32 transport aircraft vanishes without a trace during its delivery flight from the Soviet Union.

25th August 1989- Pakistan Airlines Flight 404, a Fokker 27 Friendship with 54 passengers on board disappears over the Himalayas. Wreckage never found.

22nd December 1997- an An-72 cargo transport disappears between Ivory Coast and Namibia. Wreckage never found.

May 25th 2003- a Boeing 727-233 is stolen from an airport in Angola and disappears, likely somewhere over the Atlantic.

There are numerous other unexplained disappearances of aircraft that predate these as well as several incidents where aircraft disappear without a trace (Star Ariel, Star Dust, Star Tiger), or in unexplained circumstances, for a number of years before the mystery is later solved. The Air France flight (447?) which vanished off the coast of Brazil with only the vertical stabiliser and some small wreckage and a few bodies found had similar conspiracy theories about it and that turned out to be an aerodynamic stall caused by pitot tubes being blocked with ice.

Uruguayan Air Force flight 571 was only found because the survivors marched ten days across the mountains back to civilisation, and it still took 72 days. The Uruguayan authorities had given up hunting for it weeks before that point.

Pretty sure there are others.

 

 

That's crazy, I had no idea black boxes were so ineffective. Why don't they simply stream all the information from a blackbox to control center? It seems that'd save quite a bit of trouble having to search for them.


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Posted 01 August 2015 - 07:16 AM

It's mostly a cost to benefit thing. The costs of administering and operating such a system would be pretty large and I think there's some question as to on whom those costs would fall. Airlines take the view that it's the responsibility of the manufacturer selling them the product, manufacturers the airline as it's pilot error by their pilots which accounts for the majority of accidents.

The technology already exists and is used for relating live telemetry from combat aircrsft- I believe it's called a Tactical Data Link.

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Posted 02 August 2015 - 03:32 PM

Seems a seat and some suitcases were also found, though a few months ago. Those are sadly be burnt, cause the guy who found them thought they were garbage. 

 

 

http://www.brisbanet...802-gipl4t.html


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Posted 06 August 2015 - 04:05 PM

Windows and seat cushions have washed up on that same island. They are now testing these items to confirm that they are from MH370. A good chance they are; the flaperon was confirmed to be part of MH370. 

http://www.cnn.com/2...tion/index.html

 

Hopefully some of the other parts of the plane will wash up/be found soon. Generally, crash investigators need the "four corners" to effectively determine how an aircraft crashed. They can't determine much from a flaperon alone. 

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Posted 23 July 2016 - 08:34 PM

B-B-BUMP

 

Some interesting info:

 

 

New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that shows that the plane’s captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, conducted a simulated flight deep into the remote southern Indian Ocean less than a month before the plane vanished under uncannily similar circumstances. The revelation, which Malaysia withheld from a lengthy public report on the investigation, is the strongest evidence yet that Zaharie made off with the plane in a premeditated act of mass murder-suicide.

The document presents the findings of the Malaysian police’s investigation into Zaharie. It reveals that after the plane disappeared in March of 2014, Malaysia turned over to the FBI hard drives that Zaharie used to record sessions on an elaborate home-built flight simulator. The FBI was able to recover six deleted data points that had been stored by the Microsoft Flight Simulator X program in the weeks before MH370 disappeared, according to the document. Each point records the airplane’s altitude, speed, direction of flight, and other key parameters at a given moment.

 

21-mh370-zaharie-flight-sim-route.w529.h

 

Yellow = Possible MH370 route.  Red = Simulated Flight Path  

 

http://nymag.com/dai...-simulator.html

 

 

The search for MH370 is set to be concluded in the next couple of months, the aircraft has still not been found.  

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 08:22 AM

^ Man thats f*cking scary and sad. Horrible for all those people on the plane and their relatives that miss them.

 

What a f*ckhead pilot.


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Posted 24 July 2016 - 09:27 AM

Such a strange story. I don't kmow what the f*ck that pilot was thinking, where he was going, unless the objective was to die I don't see the logic in it.

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 10:14 AM

B-B-BUMP
 
Some interesting info:
 

 
New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that shows that the planes captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, conducted a simulated flight deep into the remote southern Indian Ocean less than a month before the plane vanished under uncannily similar circumstances. The revelation, which Malaysia withheld from a lengthy public report on the investigation, is the strongest evidence yet that Zaharie made off with the plane in a premeditated act of mass murder-suicide.
The document presents the findings of the Malaysian polices investigation into Zaharie. It reveals that after the plane disappeared in March of 2014, Malaysia turned over to the FBI hard drives that Zaharie used to record sessions on an elaborate home-built flight simulator. The FBI was able to recover six deleted data points that had been stored by the Microsoft Flight Simulator X program in the weeks before MH370 disappeared, according to the document. Each point records the airplanes altitude, speed, direction of flight, and other key parameters at a given moment.

 
21-mh370-zaharie-flight-sim-route.w529.h
 
Yellow = Possible MH370 route.  Red = Simulated Flight Path  
 
http://nymag.com/dai...-simulator.html
 
 
The search for MH370 is set to be concluded in the next couple of months, the aircraft has still not been found.  
Holy f*cking sh*t.
Aren't pilots supposed to be tested on these sort of things? Its obvious the plane didn't just "crash". He probably landed at a remote location and did God knows what.
My prayers go out to the victims :(
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Posted 24 July 2016 - 10:29 AM

Not really. He could have just crashed it if he's got a serious mental illness. Or if he's one of those people who wanna go out and take a bunch of people along with him.


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Posted 24 July 2016 - 10:32 AM

Not really. He could have just crashed it if he's got a serious mental illness. Or if he's one of those people who wanna go out and take a bunch of people along with him.

By the looks of it, I don't think he wanted to just crash a plane with a lot of people on it. Seems like he was after something bigger. Some crazy scheme.

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 11:07 AM

If he wanted to kill people, just fly the plane straight into the ocean. Why go all the way out there? Why did he simulate the flight path? I doubt we will ever know.
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Posted 24 July 2016 - 06:27 PM

Looks like that secret island/kidnapping plot conspiracy might actually looks a lot more truthful now. If he was a suicidal maniac, then we would have known already. But that's not the case, it seems he might have been after something or attempted to do some crazy sh*t, which makes him just as a maniac if not worse.


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Posted 27 July 2016 - 04:08 AM

If he wanted to kill people, just fly the plane straight into the ocean. Why go all the way out there? Why did he simulate the flight path? I doubt we will ever know.

I think its some conspiracy (inb4tinfoilhat)

That's probably an unpopular opinion because whenever someone thinks a conspiracy, they're instantly labeled as a nutjob. But there's some truth to this. This wasn't your average ordinary hijack killing. This was a planned kidnapping
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Posted 27 July 2016 - 04:55 AM Edited by Quadro, 27 July 2016 - 04:55 AM.

I followed a particular free lance reporter that believes that the plane was landed on the island Diego Garcia.

He believes that the Airbus system have "emergency remote control" functions in their on board computers in an event that the aircraft is "hijacked" so they can take control and land the plane safely. Also draws into the argument that most of the plane crashes, disappearances and failures in the last couple of years have been airbus's.

The plane had some Freescale employees working on China's new microprocessing chip. Some theories as to the US wanting the technology themselves, as well as some Malaysian conspiracy theories saying that the plane was hijacked because it was transporting a stolen Command and Control Centre from Afghanistan.

 

It seems that most have forgotten about MH370 over the last couple of years. What I do believe though is that an Airplane of this size can not go missing in this day and age of technology, if there is no external influences in play.





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