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    Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Exactly 12 hours ago flight MH370 departed from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, the flight was scheduled to arrive in Beijing six hours later but is still missing


    • The airliner, a 12 year old Boeing 777-200, has 239 people on board and enough fuel to fly for 7 hours, meaning the plane is not in the air
    • Chinese air traffic control say they never made contact with the Malaysian Airlines flight, meaning the plane did not reach Chinese airspace
    • The airline reports losing contact 2 hours into the flight suddenly without notice
    • The airline reports there were no problems or calls for mayday reported from the pilots and no signs of distress from any other sources
    • The airliner was last reported at 35,000 feet flying across the south china sea east of Vietnam
    • Malaysian Airlines issued a statement saying they were informing the family members of the missing flight and search and rescue teams have been dispatched
    • People awaiting the arrival of the flight at Beijing airport were told the flight was delayed and learned that it had gone missing via media


    The news is reporting electrical failures and the need to make jetliners easier to fly, but Malaysian Airlines is considered a safe airline and had a pilot with 33 years of experience with the same airline.

    This makes me believe that the plane must have encoutnered an something extreme like being struck by lightning, a terror attack, striking another object, engine failure, or another on-board emergency like a loss of cabin pressure.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    twitter is reporting that the Vietnamese navy has found the airliner crashed into the sea south of Vietnam, still waiting on more official reports. if the plane has crashed it may be days, weeks or months before we find out a cause.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I hope there are survivors. This was very sad to hear about, today. Maybe they just ran out of fuel after a communications malfunction, and the pilot had enough time to land the plane as softly as he could in the water until help could arrive?
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

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    I just read two ominous words from a current report: oil slick.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Obviously it's the RAPTURE!!!
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    gonna bump this for anyone whos interested, if the information we got yesterday about the plane flying for many more hours after its transponders went off is true, im beginning to think the plane suffered a mechanical fault that made it go off course.

    a rapid course change would mean that the pilot had to correct for a sudden loss of control of the aircraft, if for instance an engine tore off the wing and snapped a stabilizer in the back of the plane, or some other loss of the planes structure the pilots may have been attempting to 'fly' the plane without the necessary controls or components. they may have been trying to restart their electrical system and in doing so shut down their transponders.

    another interesting theory i saw on CNN finally touched on the possibility that the plane was hijacked to be delivered somewhere else, and/or one of the crew intentionally disengaged the transponder at the most convenient time as it was over a dead area in radar coverage. this would play into the theory that terrorism played a role, where the pilots were forced to turn off tracking devices so whoever took control could land it wherever they wanted to, however i also saw some information about seismic activity being recorded off the coast of western malaysia towards the Indian ocean pointing to a crash.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    The latest report said the plane might be in the Indian Ocean.


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    My gut feeling is that the plane was hijacked and has landed on one of the thousands of remote islands. I suspect a special runway was built and probably everyone was killed on board with some type of gas.

    With the help of this aircraft anything could be possible ... even the delivery of a nuclear bomb.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I just heard news about it. 8:36AM CST. They found flight simulator at the pilots home but I didn't hear if they found anything unusual in it. Just checking in with maybe some news.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Here's a link to my above story. I haven't read it yet.


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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by White Eagle View Post
    I just heard news about it. 8:36AM CST. They found flight simulator at the pilots home but I didn't hear if they found anything unusual in it. Just checking in with maybe some news.
    That's two red flags that now count against the pilot: the transponder was shut off, and now this.

    Pilot suicides have been known to happen, twice that I am aware of.

    But why would a pilot want a flight simulator?

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I have a flight simulator on my computer, it's fun to play with. I'm not suicidal or a terrorist.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Okay some additional items about the things reported above. The engine metrics were shut off first, then the transponder was shut off.... one after the other. THEN the pilot made his last transmission on the radio. So that kind of rules out a mechanical or instant failure type incident. It was deliberate. Additionally the phones of the passengers were continuously pinged by US comm satellites for six to seven hours after the plane was hijacked.

    The Malay defense radar picked up mysterious tracks headed west from Malaysia but disregarded them because of altitude. It is believed the pilot may have flown to 45,000 feet so as to depressurize the plane and render the passengers unconscious.

    That plane is somewhere else on purpose. Whether it was ditched in the Indian ocean or landed on a island, or is in eastern Africa, we will never know unless it shows up flying into something we hold dear.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Okay some additional items about the things reported above. The engine metrics were shut off first, then the transponder was shut off.... one after the other. THEN the pilot made his last transmission on the radio. So that kind of rules out a mechanical or instant failure type incident. It was deliberate. Additionally the phones of the passengers were continuously pinged by US comm satellites for six to seven hours after the plane was hijacked.

    The Malay defense radar picked up mysterious tracks headed west from Malaysia but disregarded them because of altitude. It is believed the pilot may have flown to 45,000 feet so as to depressurize the plane and render the passengers unconscious.

    That plane is somewhere else on purpose. Whether it was ditched in the Indian ocean or landed on a island, or is in eastern Africa, we will never know unless it shows up flying into something we hold dear.

    I hope every modern nation capable of air surveillance is watching their skies.
    Everyone agrees it is likely the pilot or copilot or both went berserk.

    I think it's somewhat far fetched that they would have landed it in the hopes of selling the plane to a terrorist, but I suppose it's not impossible.

    The simpler explanation is the plane went down within the circle detected by the last satellite transmission. Further military information, which may still remain classified, should help narrow the search. I doubt such a plane could have flown over so many high strung countries undetected. My conclusion based on the present information is it probably went down within the confines of that arc over the Indian Ocean where the pilots committed suicide.

    There are still so many missing pieces of the puzzle. What does Malaysia really know? And what does the flight simulator have to do with anything?

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I am amazed why passenger planes allowed to have transponder switch off feature.
    Shouldn't it be on ALL the time ?
    Therefore switching feature is not necessary.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

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    That's a good point. Why should the transponder be able to be shut off?

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Perhaps that should be an added safety function (the inability to secure in flight) but I imagine they are using 'switched' off to relay to the layman a operator physically turning power off. That could be accomplished by pulling power related electronic cards instead of via a switch. The system would be in a maintainable portion of the plane, of which pilots and co-pilots MUST have the ability to check them. There could also be conflicts with ground navigation and marshaling systems that require the high power, long range transponder be secured when approaching constricted airspace. Not quite sure on either account.

    I agree it is somewhere in the arc. I don't agree that a country in eastern Africa would be technical enough to detect a plane or even that such a government may be in collusion. We have half the world in their waters controlling sea going traffic due to pirates. A planes moving 100 time the speed of a ship might easily slip into a country such as Somalia. A simulator, IF high end and with actual aircraft limits loaded, not just flight profiles, could give valuable insight into how a craft could be navigated at high altitude. To get into Somalia a large aircraft would have to fly really fucking high to stay out of the air defense radars of our deployed fleets in the Arabian sea and Gulf of Aiden. Finally, that same pilot who had the simulator just experienced his wife and child leaving him and was at a courthouse the day of the flight with a sign proclaiming "Democracy is Dead" as a local person was sentenced who was considered a radical by their government. Many sketchy things. My main question for suicide is WHY fly for six hours before killing yourself? Perhaps he loved flying so much he wanted to do it longer just before death and drove it into the sea when he was out of fuel??? Very strange situation with no answers. We will probably never know the truth unless the reused craft flies into something.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Why was the last military radar detection in the Strait of Malacca? There is something Malaysia isn't telling us.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    Why was the last military radar detection in the Strait of Malacca? There is something Malaysia isn't telling us.
    My mom said the same thing when there was an update on the search on the news, though she didn't specify Malaysia.

    I agreed then, and now.

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    "Plane may have landed ... " this is fascinating stuff LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telstra View Post
    "Plane may have landed ... " this is fascinating stuff LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    The airwomen still have to wear a hijab
    umm in that country, no one forced her to wear it.
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    umm in that country, no one forced her to wear it.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    If it landed, they almost certainly killed the passengers.

    I wouldn't put it past people doing something like this to throw the bodies out over open ocean just so they'll never be found -- or to be misleading.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I have to step back what i said. I was thinking a circle of distance, with a known direction of travel... like a search area, which could put them in Somalia. When actually the satellite was a single sensor so it give two possible directions of travel. Given that it is not inside the arc but on either leg of the arc, I must agree that the plane went south. Likely he committed suicide but wanted to fly for his last moments on this earth. Such a strange story.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    I find it amazing that I can find my phone through a simple app -- it's shows almost exactly in an image of my house what room it is in and that the NSA can access my phone records at any time, and that Apple tracks all my where-a-bouts --- yet there is nothing that tracks planes on a regular basis.

    The infamous black box must be found to find out what happened on a plane prior to a crash. Why not continuously transmit the information of a black box to a satellite. Privacy no longer exists -- why should it exist for planes.

    I still buy into the theory that the plane was hijacked and has landed on some island where a landing strip was built or in some friendly country where the plane will eventually become a 'terrorist cruise missile'. Could one of the reasons the pilot had a 777 flight simulator in his house was to practice short runway landings?

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    I have to step back what i said. I was thinking a circle of distance, with a known direction of travel... like a search area, which could put them in Somalia. When actually the satellite was a single sensor so it give two possible directions of travel. Given that it is not inside the arc but on either leg of the arc, I must agree that the plane went south. Likely he committed suicide but wanted to fly for his last moments on this earth. Such a strange story.
    I wondered about that at the time, since Somalia wasn't even on the map. Still, there's a lot of land under those arcs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    I find it amazing that I can find my phone through a simple app -- it's shows almost exactly in an image of my house what room it is in and that the NSA can access my phone records at any time, and that Apple tracks all my where-a-bouts --- yet there is nothing that tracks planes on a regular basis.

    The infamous black box must be found to find out what happened on a plane prior to a crash. Why not continuously transmit the information of a black box to a satellite. Privacy no longer exists -- why should it exist for planes.

    I still buy into the theory that the plane was hijacked and has landed on some island where a landing strip was built or in some friendly country where the plane will eventually become a 'terrorist cruise missile'. Could one of the reasons the pilot had a 777 flight simulator in his house was to practice short runway landings?
    Good point -- I'd guess bureaucratic inertia has us depending on the black boxes and not upgrading the technology.

    In my wilder moments I envision someone finding the plane ten years from now, set up as a dwelling for a small tribe on that arc . . . .

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    A new report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces (GRU) states that Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) experts remain “puzzled” as to why the United States Navy “captured and then diverted” a Malaysia Airlines civilian aircraft from its intended flight-path to their vast and highly-secretive Indian Ocean base located on the Diego Garcia atoll.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    ^This "report" has flooded dozens of Internet sites.....propaganda by any other name...convenient when Crimea is also a focus for the international media....don't those Kremlin back room boys just love playing games...

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Press briefing 3/18 by White House spokesman Jim Carney:

    Asked about the notion that the plane could have landed at Diego Garcia, the US military base in the central Indian Ocean, Carney was dismissive:

    "I’ll rule that one out."

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Well, from the data from that satellite, the whole Russian story is impossible.

    I wonder how far Putin had to dig to come up with some old KGB cronies to whip that one up?

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    I'm wondering if the plane went down on sea or land at the end of that flight, or was diverted and safely landed and the passengers eliminated for a truly evil future scheme. It's crazy but there are so many possibilities, so many places that the plane could have been comandeered compared to the thought the plane went down shortly after takeoff off of Malaysia, in relatively shallow waters.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Here is a theory called the most plausible yet.... I could agree with this thought....

    A bit of knowledge about systems and a profession goes a long
    What about the satellite data and the resulting arcs?

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    OMG,
    they made the Malaysian Airline story into a comedy and i couldn't understand a word LOL



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    What about the satellite data and the resulting arcs?
    If you look at the last location and then complete a left turn to that Airport then you will find yourself headed straight down the southern arc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Telstra View Post
    OMG,
    they made the Malaysian Airline story into a comedy and i couldn't understand a word LOL

    That is not a comedy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    If you look at the last location and then complete a left turn to that Airport then you will find yourself headed straight down the southern arc.



    That is not a comedy.
    It is comedy.
    Cut and paste, and cut and paste images from everywhere with dramatic sound effects ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Telstra View Post
    It is comedy.
    Cut and paste, and cut and paste images from everywhere with dramatic sound effects ...
    You just described the opposite of a comedy . . . .

    It's a sort documentary -- there's no comedy about it.

    It's a form of dramaticized reporting we see less of in the West, but not uncommon elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    You just described the opposite of a comedy . . . .

    It's a sort documentary -- there's no comedy about it.

    It's a form of dramaticized reporting we see less of in the West, but not uncommon elsewhere.
    Its a comedy to me because it took images, videos and animations from everywhere to dramatize the story.


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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by Telstra View Post
    Its a comedy to me because it took images, videos and animations from everywhere to dramatize the story.
    How long did you spend researching the images in order to determine they were "from everywhere"?

    I'll answer that: you didn't, because you couldn't; as you already said, you couldn't understand a word. So you don't know at all that they weren't describing exactly what was being shown, even telling people -- as reporters often do -- that what's being shown is stock footage, not actual operations.

    So you don't know anything at all about the subject, and as a result you make things up to satisfy yourself instead of actually acquiring information.

    It could well be a comedy to you, but that's because you didn't bother to really try to think about it -- you just reacted.

    That's a tragedy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    How long did you spend researching the images in order to determine they were "from everywhere"?

    I'll answer that: you didn't, because you couldn't; as you already said, you couldn't understand a word. So you don't know at all that they weren't describing exactly what was being shown, even telling people -- as reporters often do -- that what's being shown is stock footage, not actual operations.

    So you don't know anything at all about the subject, and as a result you make things up to satisfy yourself instead of actually acquiring information.

    It could well be a comedy to you, but that's because you didn't bother to really try to think about it -- you just reacted.

    That's a tragedy.
    Yes a lot of stock images packaged as "current"
    That is why it is a comedy to me.


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    It even include Hollywood movie clips in there LOL


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    CNN suggests a black hole.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-don-...to-go-missing/

    ... meanwhile a mad rush to the Indian Ocean off Australia.

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    The debris field will have dispersed significantly by now. While that increases the chances of finding it, locating the wreck under the ocean will soon become practically impossible. If the latest debris is not from the plane, it probably will never be found.

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    New satellite data. The search area has narrowed considerably to a very small area far off the coast of Perth, Australia. It looks like whoever piloted the aircraft was heading for Antarctica and intended to lose the plane beyond recovery.

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    Just out of curiosity I brought up google maps and went SW from Perth and saw a similar image, however black rather than white. It looked the same position and size. Probably a glitch. And since the location it was probably copied years ago.
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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    CNN suggests a black hole.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-don-...to-go-missing/

    ... meanwhile a mad rush to the Indian Ocean off Australia.
    LOL

    They didn't really "suggest" it; the news guy was passing on questions their viewers had sent in.

    This is the real comedy:

    Mary Schiavo, a former Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Transportation, said, “A small black hole would suck in our entire universe, so we know it’s not that.”
    Actually a small black hole could have gone right through the plane and left a puncture like a small bullet.

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    Re: Flight from Kuala Lumpur disappears from sky at 35,000 feet on way to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Actually a small black hole could have gone right through the plane and left a puncture like a small bullet.
    A black hole large enough for you to see would be too massive to just be floating around. A centimeter black hole is heavier than the Earth, so it would screw with our orbit, the Moon, and certainly an airplane.

    Check out this black hole calculator.

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