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MH370: Six theories in search of a plane

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I hate to think terrorist are smarter than the good guys.

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It's quite obvious that the plane's in a watery grave and the Malaysian authorities have no idea as to where.

However, the media is trying to fill the information void and is spewing out any kind of BS.

Why is it so" obviously in a watery grave?"--------- could it be that it dived into a great uninhabited forest .There must be thousands of acres of such countryside around that area----- and you would see nothing from the air as the bush covers it over

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You cannot tell me the crew carried on serving drinks and meals knowing they were going the wrong way.

They may have been dead from gradual hypoxia. Doesn't explain the transponder(s) being turned off or failing, or the lack of a squawk (7500/7600/7700). It seems like if there was a loss of cabin pressure, and the pilot made the decision to turn the plane, that he would have also initiated some sort of communication?

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/clues-to-malaysia-airlines-mystery-may-lie-in-other-pilots-death-by-suffocation/story-fnb64oi6-1226853489571

http://edition.cnn.com/US/9911/23/stewart.crash.03/

But there were likely some mobile devices still on, and I'm sure they may try to see if any cell towers picked up their pings assuming they flew over land, below say 5,000 feet. I think they'll need the IMEI's from all the phones on the plane, and that might take a long time, and never be completed?

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It may have crashed with an unmanned military test plane (drohne). They now are busy to remove all evidence because they have something to hide. They will make up a story and hope the media forget.

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I bet the plane was either hijacked or the pilots decided to fly it to the Middle East like Pakistan or Yemen... very easy to land and hide the passengers...

Then use the plane as a missle to destroy Washington, or somewhere in Europe.

The theories of disintegration are ridiculous... that is like saying the plane got hit by a proton torpedo from the starship Enterprise...

There is no wreckage anywhere!!!!

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No wreckage... the pilots turning off the transponders - there was no malfunction, that plane had an EXCELLENT service record...

There has been foul play.... that plane can easily be painted over or just replacing a normal flight with this flight filled with explosives or biological germ warfare...

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One discussion I have seen nothing about is mobile phones. Anyone who has flown to China few times will have seen and cringed at the passenger nearby still on the phone on take off. you cannot tell me that ALL the phones on board were turned off. A few times I have arrived and to my embarrassment found my phone had been on while left in my carry on case. If phones are left on they will continue to receive calls and these can be traced. When contact was lost th plane was near enough to Vietnam. If it flew back over Malaysia for 4 hours why did no one make a call ? You cannot tell me the crew carried on serving drinks and meals knowing they were going the wrong way.

Malaysian authorities have something to hide.

You can't make a call when you reach a certain altitude.... the only time you can call or receive messages, is when the plane is below a certain altitude...

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No wreckage... the pilots turning off the transponders - there was no malfunction, that plane had an EXCELLENT service record...

There has been foul play.... that plane can easily be painted over or just replacing a normal flight with this flight filled with explosives or biological germ warfare...

Conspiracy theorists always operate on not having all of the information to hand which is why there are so many dumb theories on so many subjects. Whenever a theory is proved to wrong it is never acknowledged by a dumb conspiracy theorist cuz they just make up another theory and continue. All they are looking for is anything that can confirm said dumb theory while ignoring everything that contradicts it.

Wait for all of the information to come out and then make your own conclusion if need be. Just stop guessing.

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Where are the people on here who were rolling their eyes at the "conspiracy theories"?

It was either one of the Muslim pilots who waited until the other pilot took a toilet break.

Or the plane was hijacked by the two Iranians, the Uyghur with flight knowledge and probably 2-3 other hijackers most likely Malaysians hailing from parts of the country operating under Sharia law.

Who is laughing at these "conspiracy theories" now?

I don't know, sane people maybe?

Clearly a minority.

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Now can anyone explain as to why with the plethora of modern day observation (spying) technology ground based and satellite based available to the assorted governments and no doubt interested business entities around this world how it is or was possible for this aircraft to vanish without a trace or so it would seem?

The more one reads the more one begins to wonder what the truth may be and why there seems to be a lack of interest in the matter by the relevant authorities civilian and military who all seem to be traveling down different roads but all eventually ending in the same destination, the town of '' Don't Know '' or its suburbs of '' We Don't Want the Public To Know the Truth District?''

So many resources employed yet not a clue, indeed one is led to wonder just who or what were the passengers and what the cargo may have been, was the aircraft manifest a little work of fiction one wonders?

There is in my view a gigantic cover up operation concerning the true purpose the flight, the destination of any cargo as may have been loaded along with the ultimate fate of the passengers and crew on this strange fated flight.

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I feel that a government somewhere is hiding the truth.

Nobody seems to be thinking outside the box. Huge UFOs a kilometer wide have been seen before (and verified on radar). Their ability to disappear or cloak themselves is known. Why couldn't the plane not be inside one of these UFOs now? It's possible.

I was once abducted by the UFO you talking about, didn't see any jets in there though, another question: where is my medication? coffee1.gif

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I feel that a government somewhere is hiding the truth.

Nobody seems to be thinking outside the box. Huge UFOs a kilometer wide have been seen before (and verified on radar). Their ability to disappear or cloak themselves is known. Why couldn't the plane not be inside one of these UFOs now? It's possible.

The frightening thing about this post is that you probably have the right to vote somewhere

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They will have to find something solid to give the search any direction at all.

The MAS senior executives are doing a rather good job at making themselves look stupid.

How can they write off the idea that the plane might have flown on for up to 4 hours? In my book an aircraft embarking on a 6-hour flight would have something like 8 hours worth of fuel on board. If 'something' happened an hour into the flight would that not leave 7 hours worth of fuel? And now they have u-turned and are saying it might have flown on for a long time after losing contact. However likely or unlikely it is, If it did fly on from where it 'disappeared' it would have flown into someones air space and be picked up on their primary radar as an unidentifed aircraft entering their airspace. Would that not solicit at least some response from whose ever air force it concerned?

Good luck to them but these are not the brightest of people to be handling this difficult situation.

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Think there’s a lot more to this accident/case than we are told in the media; some information/evidence are not well enough denied and/or explained – even the above posters suggesting collision with a military drone or aliens seems valid explanations at this point.


What makes “something rotten” is the extended search area, like Malacca Street and Indian Ocean, if it was indeed an accident in the sea between Malaysia and Vietnam. And that sea is not that big, compared to the Air France plane lost in the Atlantic some years ago, so some kind of wreckage or trail should have been found there by now – furthermore, no explosion in air has been observed by the surveillance satellites (at least to public knowledge).


However, indications that the transponder was switched off by intention or damaged by cracks, and the plane continuing in another direction than the Beijing heading – with intension or by autopilot, perhaps even for hours – makes me think about the how efficient military radars and satellites are; if such a big and non radar invisible plane can pass unattended, the military systems seems fairly valueless.


The must be something more, we (the public) are not told…

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here's an idea; terrorists carried a nerve gas such as sarin, which was released near the flight deck, and infiltrated the flight deck first.

The terrorists also carried an antidote such as atropine, which they disguised as insulin, and with which they injected themselves prior to releasing the sarin.

With everyone else on board dead or dying, they found a way into the cockpit, turned off any transponders, turned the plane onto a different course, presumably one over deep water such as the indian ocean, stroked their beards and started dreaming about the ten thousand virgins they would meet in heaven.

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Hi,

The issue with the fuselage cracks being discovered are related to the satcom antennas on the top of the fuselage and not the transponder.

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The hijack theory is out as the plane would still show on radar. If the plane crashed over land or exploded in the air, this would show on radar and even if communication was lost the trace would have been picked up by military in the area. Cell phones were left on as family members have been able to call numbers, the phones ring but no answer. This rules out a crash in the ocean as water and cell phones don't really work well together and the phone would stop working. The emergency signals sent out from the black boxes (these are actually yellow) are not sending out signals, or at least this is what we are told. For both boxes to malfunctioning is very highly unlikely. Even if the plane had crashed or exploded mid flight, these boxes will still work as they are bomb and water proof. If the plane had crashed in the ocean debris would float, there are many parts of the plane that are designed to float such as the seat cushions. You can actually use these as a floatation device if needed. As no debris has been found and no explosion detected on any radar even that of the military, there is no proof that a crash took place. I hope they do find out what happened and the truth be told no some story to keep people happy. My heart goes out to the families and friends of the passengers.

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I think the satellites are pretty much set to try and ignore commercial flights. They are looking for things out of the ordinary. There are also thousands and thousands of commercial flights. In general they are in contact with a lot of radar and communication devices. It's a little like looking for one particular mosquito in a swamp.

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