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  • Also, we have found something on map 23166 (bottom right) which is a large shape we cannot identify at all.....

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    • This sounds to me like it "could" be the most probable explanation thus far - http://www.lowyat.net/2014/03/was-th...-200-aircraft/

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      • Originally posted by whatsgoingonhere View Post
        This sounds to me like it "could" be the most probable explanation thus far - http://www.lowyat.net/2014/03/was-th...-200-aircraft/
        Had that happened in Europe / USA - the plane would have had a fighter escort before it went off the military radar in case it had been hijacked.

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        • Originally posted by whatsgoingonhere View Post
          This sounds to me like it "could" be the most probable explanation thus far - http://www.lowyat.net/2014/03/was-th...-200-aircraft/
          I would not put ANY faith in a report with so many inaccuracy’s, such statements as ' ADS-B isn’t able to track aircraft flying below 30,000ft'
          Try telling that to anyone who runs an ADS-B receiver...
          and 'Depending on the level of corrosion, there would have been a gradual depressurization of of the cabin pressure as oxygen was sucked out of the aircraft. The gradual decompression would have not been noticed by the crew as pressure changes would have been at an acceptable level as the plane climbed to 35,000 ft.'
          I think in a modern airliner such a situation would set off multiple alarms that would be very hard to ignore.
          Also 'It isn’t known whether the FAA AD above was relayed to Boeing'
          well if it contained corrective action then it would have to be approved by Boeing, I cannot imagine an AD would be issued without informing the manufacturer.
          These are just some of the obvious errors, I would look long and hard at ALL of the claims before trusting any of them.
          Last edited by F-EGLF1; 2014-03-12, 10:20.
          FR24 F-EGLF1, Blitzortung station 878, OGN Aldersht2, PilotAware PWAldersht, PlanePlotter M7.

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          • Originally posted by F-EGLF1 View Post
            I would not put ANY faith in a report with so many inaccuracy’s, such statements as ' ADS-B isn’t able to track aircraft flying below 30,000ft'
            Try telling that to anyone who runs an ADS-B receiver...
            and 'Depending on the level of corrosion, there would have been a gradual depressurization of of the cabin pressure as oxygen was sucked out of the aircraft. The gradual decompression would have not been noticed by the crew as pressure changes would have been at an acceptable level as the plane climbed to 35,000 ft.'
            I think in a modern airliner such a situation would set off multiple alarms that would be very hard to ignore.
            Also 'It isn’t known whether the FAA AD above was relayed to Boeing'
            well if it contained corrective action then it would have to be approved by Boeing, I cannot imagine an AD would be issued without informing the manufacturer.
            These are just some of the obvious errors, I would look long and hard at ALL of the claims before trusting any of them.
            I am average joe blow and you are right I do not know wether these "theories" are correct. I do however look at all seemingly reasonable possibilities. At this point in time, there is a plane missing with 239 people on board - we really have to look at reasonable possibilities. The original script of this theory can be found at http://mh370lost.tumblr.com/?og=1 I would have posted this initially if I had been more thorough in my research, however I wasn't. I would be interested in your thoughts after reading this. With many thanks

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            • Originally posted by whatsgoingonhere View Post
              I am average joe blow and you are right I do not know wether these "theories" are correct. I do however look at all seemingly reasonable possibilities. At this point in time, there is a plane missing with 239 people on board - we really have to look at reasonable possibilities. The original script of this theory can be found at http://mh370lost.tumblr.com/?og=1 I would have posted this initially if I had been more thorough in my research, however I wasn't. I would be interested in your thoughts after reading this. With many thanks
              A very selective post with much speculation, failure of the SATCOM array would not affect VHF or ADS-B as claimed (QUOTE '•Likely fuselage failure near SATCOM antenna adapter, disabling some or all of GPS, ACARS, ADS-B, and ADS-C antennas and systems.') as the antennas for these are loated on the underside of the plane, The GPS one is on-top, but much further forward.
              The information in the AD has been known for almost a year as it is based on Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 777-53A0068, dated June 12, 2013:
              FR24 F-EGLF1, Blitzortung station 878, OGN Aldersht2, PilotAware PWAldersht, PlanePlotter M7.

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              • Base on playback MH52 was infront of MH370 and CES5093 was pass by after MH370 go missing. Maybe shall interview both of this plan pilot to have some clue on the weather that day or anything abnormal happen during their journey on that night.

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                • The aircraft had just completed an "a" check and was lsated for it's next check in June which means that it most likely had the last "c" check 12-18 months ago where the AD should have been proformed. Either way I do believe that if corrosion was found it would have had to be repaired properly



                  PDATE 5: MAS released one of its most detailed updates yet on March 11 at 1115 Malaysia time (MYT), but it still doesn't have any evidence that points to what happened to Flight 370. MAS says that "no information was relayed" via the Boeing 777-200's Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS), and confirmed that "there were no distress calls" from the aircraft. MAS says investigators "looking at a possibility of an attempt" to turn back. As a result, the search and rescue teams "have expanded the scope beyond the flight path to the West Peninsular of Malaysia at the Straits of Malacca." The airframe involved, 9M-MRO, last "underwent maintenance" on Feb. 23 in the carrier's Kuala Lumpur hangar, and is slated for its next check on June 19. The aircraft has 53,465.21 hours and 7,525 cycles. Here's our related story.

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                  • Hi Mike,

                    I have question in mind, can you please tell me that when we lost MH 370 that time in the sky at FL 360 there was another nearest flight was CES539. Can CES539 pilot can see if there was explosion on MH370? what is the distance between both flights? for more clear myself am posting screenshot also here, Thanks
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                    Last edited by bhavlobhuro; 2014-03-12, 17:32.

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                    • Originally posted by bhavlobhuro View Post
                      Hi Mike,

                      I have question in mind, can you please tell me that when we lost MH 370 that time in the sky at FL 360 there was another nearest flight was CES539. Can CES539 pilot can see if there was explosion on MH370? what is the distance between both flights? for more clear myself am posting screenshot also here, Thanks
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                      On my display the 20km scale at the bottom of the screen is 9mm long and the distance between the aircraft is about 11cm - 20*110/9 = 244Km

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                      • Nuclear test experts to check if Malaysian plane exploded

                        http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-e...SS_Syndication

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                        • http://www.straitstimes.com/the-big-...viral-20140312

                          what do u think about that theory`?

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                          • I think the one on this screenshot was a little bit nearer, but I doubt they could see/feel anything.
                            (near flight mh370).jpg

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                            • Appears to have been found in South China Sea not far from flight path - 3 large pieces of debris

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